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Employment Plan Analyst

Cook County Health & Hospitals System

Chicago, Illinois 60612
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Employment Plan Analyst

Cook County Health & Hospitals System

Chicago, IL

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JOB SUMMARY                                                                                

The Employment Plan Analyst will support the Employment Plan Officer with the initiatives and activities as outlined in the Employment Plan.  The Employment Plan Analyst will assist in identifying and assessing areas of non-compliance with the Employment Plan, the Employment Plan Supplemental Policies Manual, and Cook County Health & Hospitals System (CCHHS) Personnel Rules, as well as investigate and track complaints of non-compliance.  In addition, the Employment Plan Analyst, under the direction and guidance of the Employment Plan Officer, will train employees on the Employment Plan and Supplemental Policies Manual as well as on the CCHHS Personnel Rules.





  • Bachelor’s Degree or higher from an accredited college or university (must provide official transcripts at time of interview)
  • Minimum (3) three years of experience investigating employment complaints or discrimination claims for a government agency or within the EEO department within a large corporation; or 2 years of experience as a practicing attorney conducting investigations in criminal or civil matters(is required)
  • Experience conducting formal or group training(is required)
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office products, particularly Excel and Power Point(is required)
  • Duties may involve travel to locations within the Cook County Health & Hospitals System ( is required)



  • Master’s Degree or J.D.
  • Experience working in a Risk Management Department in a healthcare organization
  • Experience interpreting or working with union Collective Bargaining Agreements
  • Deposition experience



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