Facebook Director & Associate General Counsel, Global Head of Employment Investigations in Helena, Montana
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Facebook seeks a leader for the role of Director & Associate General Counsel, Global Head of Employment Investigations at Facebook. The successful candidate will oversee a worldwide team of investigators. The team is responsible for handling all investigations of employee matters that may be a potential violation of law or company policy. This team sits in Facebook’s Legal department, within the Employment Law and Investigations Team.
Success in this role will require working effectively across geographical and cultural boundaries and discerning systemic issues revealed during the investigative process. Our Employment Investigators demonstrate a high degree of empathy balanced against the ability to provide direct feedback and confront witnesses with difficult information. You 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. As a Director & Associate General Counsel, Global Head of Employment Investigations at Facebook, you will also have the opportunity to deliver compliance education programs and trainings designed proactively to address workplace issues.
Manage, develop, coach, support, and build a growing worldwide team of investigators, strengthening leadership and promoting career growth
Lead/Manage complex internal investigations of matters relating to any potential employee misconduct, including allegations of discrimination, harassment, retaliation, bullying, privacy concerns, conflict of interest, integrity, failure to escalate code of conduct violations, inappropriate access, breach of confidentiality obligations, and other violations of law or policy
Develop trust and rapport and influence partners and business leaders
Partner cross-functionally with Employment Law, HR and Employee Relations Business Partners, Security, Internal Audit, and the businesses and other legal teams to build trust and effectuate collaborative partnerships across the organization
Ensure investigations result in remediations that maintain a respectful culture and support a culture of compliance
Utilize data to develop long-term solutions for systemic issues
Model respectful and empathetic behavior in the face of difficult and uncomfortable situations surrounding an investigation
Drive innovation as a thought leader by bringing strategic direction to the team
Ability to travel at least 10-15%
Cross functional working experience
J.D. degree (or foreign equivalent)
15+ years of experience, either in conducting and/or managing investigations or in practicing labor and employment law dealing directly with fact witnesses
5+ years of people management experience or equivalent, with experience managing managers
Experience leading diverse teams in remote locations and as a diversity and inclusion champion
Experience investigating and/or advising on employment-related matters
Experience conducting investigations that will withstand legal scrutiny in multiple jurisdictions
Experience identifying relevant legal issues
Experience summarizing and documenting investigations findings and recommendations
Experience presenting findings and recommendations to leadership or those with dissenting opinions
Relationship management experience in a cross-functional environment across global teams
Facilitation and training experience
Project management experience both at a strategic and tactical level
Experience working independently utilizing judgment
Formal training and/or certification in Investigations
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