Current Vacancies The Alaska State Commission for Human Rights is recruiting for a Human Rights Field Representative I/II/III The Alaska Human Rights Commission is seeking a Human Rights Field Representative I/II/III (an “investigator”) to investigate complaints of discrimination, gather evidence, interview witnesses, analyze facts, and draft findings of whether discrimination occurred. The position interacts significantly with the public for complaint intake (phone and in-person), drafting complaints, contacting respondents, and closing cases. It also requires developing and writing case investigation plans, writing interview reports, and determination letters. The investigators are required to independently manage an ongoing caseload with minimal supervision, and close cases in a timely manner. This position requires a high degree of professionalism and the ability to work independently, as well as skill in conducting impartial and prompt investigations, analyzing evidence under the relevant law, and preparing clear and comprehensive written and oral reports. The investigators are expected to engage in the Commission’s public outreach program, which can involve public speaking and training for small groups. The position has promotion potential depending on the level the successful applicant is recruited to, and further promotion potential based on the agency’s needs within an anticipated restructuring. All Commission employees are within the State’s “partially exempt” classification. Minimum Qualifications: High school diploma or the equivalent. 2 years experience or equivalent education is preferred. For more information and to apply: HRFR Flex Job Posting. The State of Alaska is an Equal Opportunity Employer.