Optiv Security HR Resolutions Partner - d4828806-7995-4c54-bd66-7a3755f50702 in Overland Park, Kansas
This job was posted by https://www.kansasworks.com : For more information, please see: https://www.kansasworks.com/jobs/11679641 At Optiv, we're on a mission to help our clients make their businesses more secure. We're one of the fastest growing companies in a truly essential industry.
In your role at Optiv, you'll be inspired by a team of the brightest business and technical minds in cybersecurity. We are passionate champions for our clients, and know from experience that the best solutions for our clients' needs come from working hard together. As part of our team, your voice matters, and you will do important work that has impact, on people, businesses and nations. Our industry and our company move fast, and you can be sure that you will always have room to learn and grow. We're proud of our team and the important work we do to build confidence for a more connected world.
The position's primary task will be conducting workplace investigations related to allegations of policy violations. This position is an integral member of the human resources team providing subject matter expertise in employee relations and investigations. The role is responsible for working directly on employee cases to resolve matters of significance on behalf of management, including investigating and responding to internal and external complaints, and handling other complex, high-risk, or sensitive employee relations matters. This position partners closely with human resources business partners, legal and executive officers.
How you'll make an impact:
+ Conducts complex investigations into sensitive employee relations & EEO complaints of discrimination, harassment, and other workplace complaints in an efficient, thorough, and professional manner
+ Identify investigation scope, sources, and investigative actions
+ Plan, schedule, and conduct effective interviews of complainants, respondents, and witnesses
+ Interviews witnesses at all levels of the organization using appropriate tact and impartiality
+ Analyze information collected from witnesses and evidence and reach timely and unbiased conclusions and findings
+ Provides practical, problem solving, even-handed solutions while serving as a trusted and confidential resource within the human resources team
+ Prepares thorough, professional reports of human resource, EEO, or personnel matters, including review of policy violations, performance, and/or conduct concerns
+ Composes correspondence and other highly confidential documents such as investigation summaries, corroboration charts, action plans, conclusion talking points, executive scripts, etc.
+ Provides sound technical and practical advice and guidance to administration and managers on employee relations matters, employee concerns, and workplace initiatives
+ Prepare and maintain accurate logs, complete reports and other documentation relating to investigations. Maintain confidentiality and organization of files of investigations conducted and information received
+ Conducts training sessions on employee relations topics which may include the preparation of presentations, and handouts on sample cases and workplace initiatives
+ Completes all compliance requirements and reporting such as EEO-1, VEVRA, Vets 100a reports, Affirmative Action Plan and others as needed
+ Maintains and updates company policies and code of ethics manual and employee handbook for domestic and international compliance
+ Partners with Talent Acquisition to review incomplete background checks for the organization and adjudicates hiring decision based on results
+ Performs other duties as assigned
Qualifications for success:
+ Bachelor's Degree with a specia lization in Civil Rights and Employment Law or a degree in a related field
+ 5+ years of relevant work experience performing investigative duties and managing cases
+ Working knowledge of state and federal employment laws
+ Subject matter expert in one or more specialized regulatory area (e.g. EEO, ADA, FLSA)
+ Large, multi-site company experience preferred
+ Experience conducting and documenting workplace investigations
+ Wicklander - Zulawski certification preferred
+ Master's Degree or Juris Doctorate Degree preferred
Yearly Base Salary: $72,000 - $93,000
If you are seeking a culture that supports growth, fosters success and moves the industry forward, find your place at Optiv! As a market-leading provider of cyber security solutions, Optiv has the most comprehensive ecosystem of security products and partners to deliver unparalleled services. Our rich and successful history with our clients is based on trust, serving more than 12,000 clients of varying sizes and industries, including commercial, government and education. We have the proven expertise to plan, build, and run successful security programs across Risk Management, Cyber Digital Transformation, Threat Management, Security Operations - Managed Services and Identity and Data Management.
With Optiv you can expect: