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As a Company Investigator at Facebook, you will be responsible for any matter that may be a potential violation of law or company policy. The responsibility of our company investigators is to conduct a prompt, thorough, and fair investigation comprising background research, investigative interviews, and debrief meetings in partnership with Employment Law, Security, HR Business Partners, Internal Audit, and the business.
Key to success in this role will be the ability to work effectively across geographical and cultural boundaries with an ability to discern systemic issues revealed during the investigative process. This requires a high degree of empathy balanced against an ability to provide direct feedback and confront witnesses with difficult information. Investigators then must be able to articulate issues to the business in the form of findings and conclusions so that long-term solutions can be developed and applied. Additionally, company investigators will work closely with the Learning and Development team to develop and deliver compliance education programs and trainings designed proactively to address workplace issues.
- Partner with Employment Law, Security, HRBPs, Internal Audit, and businesses to conduct a prompt, thorough, and fair investigation.
- Manage investigations end-to-end, including intake meetings, background research, investigative interviews, and debrief meetings with leadership.
- Remain respectful and diplomatic in the face of difficult and uncomfortable situations surrounding an investigation.
- Help to develop long-term solutions for systemic issues.
- Work with Learning and Development to develop and deliver compliance education programs and other trainings designed to proactively address workplace issues.
- Ability to travel at least 30 - 40%.
- Bachelorâ€™s degree
- 5+ years of experience handling internal company investigations within Employee Relations or Human Resources
- Formal training in Investigations experience
- Facilitation and training experience
- Employment Law experience
- Project management experience both at a strategic and tactical level
- Relationship management experience in a cross-functional environment across global teams
- Able to conduct an investigation that will withstand cross-examination in multiple jurisdictions without being pedantic or prosecutorial
- Able to detect prevarications
- Able to work independently with sound judgment
- Attention to detail and follow-through experience
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