Investigates non-criminal allegations of violations of State Board of Education Rules and School Board Policies and Procedures.
EXAMPLE OF DUTIES
Investigates non-criminal incidents of misconduct made against District employees as assigned.
Conducts interviews with District employees, students and others as necessary.
Collects statements, testimony, and other evidence used to support the investigative process.
Writes reports summarizing the investigative findings and reaching conclusions based on those findings.
Performs other duties related to the general administrative responsibilities of the position.
This work requires the following physical activities: sitting, mobility, lifting, finger dexterity, grasping, repetitive motions, talking, hearing and visual acuity. The work is performed primarily indoors. This position requires access to or ownership of a vehicle due to frequent travel throughout the District.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS
Bachelor’s degree in education, business, public administration, human resources or a law related field.
Minimum of two (2) years experience in the investigation of complaints related to students and/or employees.
Ability to communicate effectively with employees, parents/students in order to effectuate successful investigative interviews.
Ability to communicate effectively and persuasively in oral and written forms.
APPLICATION DEADLINE IS Thursday, March 21, 2019 at 4:00 p.m. Please attach a RESUME, COVER LETTER and TWO PROFESSIONAL LETTERS OF RECOMMENDATION dated within one year.
If there are any questions, please contact Ms. Lourdes Rodriguez, Recruiter at 305.995.1136 or Mr. Jorge Rubio, District Director at 305-995-7247.
About Miami-Dade County Public Schools
Miami-Dade County Public Schools is the fourth largest school district in the United States, comprised of 392 schools, 345,000 students and over 40,000 employees. Located at the southern end of the Florida peninsula, the school district stretches over 2,000 square miles of diverse and vibrant communities ranging from rural and suburban to urban cities and municipalities. A truly global community, district students speak 56 different languages and represent 160 countries.