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The UC San Diego Office of Ethics & Compliance (OEC) serves as an independent, objective internal resource responsible for coordinating and monitoring the University's ethics, compliance and enterprise risk activities. The Office of Ethics & Compliance provides senior leaders with a cross-functional emerging view of risks, leading to more informed strategic decisions, better allocation of resources and stronger governance practices. OEC's goal is to help the University fulfill its responsibilities to the people of California, protect the well-being of the institution and advance our educational mission by deterring misconduct and promoting honest, ethical conduct in which applicable laws, rules and regulations are followed and the public trust is maintained.
The Case Coordinator is a member of the central Office of Ethics and Compliance team responsible for the coordination of the University's response to reports of suspected improper governmental activities and violations of University policies and procedures. Reporting directly to the Director of Investigations (Director), the Case Coordinator assists the Chief Ethics & Compliance Officer/Locally Designated Official (CECO/LDO) and Director in maintaining a reporting mechanism where any member of the University community can report a concern regarding an improper governmental activity as defined under the UC Whistleblower Policy, and in collaboration with OEC staff, assists in coordinating the university's assessment, review and investigation into those allegations. Under direction from the Director, the Case Coordinator will receive and process all complaints received through the Whistleblower Hotline and track them through the lifecycle of the case. The incumbent is responsible for case coordination, tracking, reporting and analysis for all complaints and inquiries received by the OEC and is the primary point of contact for reporting parties and complainants. The Case Coordinator maintains data to ensure that complaints are tracked and can provide summary statistics to unit leadership for case management.
The Case Coordinator performs regular data integrity checks to ensure the accuracy of electronic and hardcopy records, and generates reports. The incumbent will also have responsibility for ensuring all case information is accurate, and will organize the case triage and closure processes for all complaints. The Case Coordinator will follow up on all cases to ensure timely processing and will help set and meet expectations for investigation participants regarding the investigation process and status. The position also assists the CECO/LDO and Director in coordinating the University's response to all inquiries regarding whistleblower and whistleblower retaliation complaints. The Case Coordinator will maintain the confidentiality of all reports and records in accordance with UC policy, applicable laws regarding records retention and the policies and practices of the Office of Ethics and Compliance. The Case Coordinator may cross-train with other divisional personnel to provide case management coverage as needed.
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