The Company's Legal department and other internal business leaders rely on sound fact-based information to make decisions pertaining to crimes and other illegal activities affecting the company, joint investigations with external investigative bodies, and other contentious matters.
Investigations professionals are trained in the rules of evidence, investigative techniques, and relevant laws to perform as 'fact finder' and investigations liaison for the company.
As aTactical Investigator you willPlan, coordinate, and conduct investigations of alleged and suspected violations of law including theft, fraud, computer crimes, and workplace violence.
Procures information to assist senior leaders in understanding the company's exposures in all matters under investigation.
Serve as subject matter experts on investigative strategies, and provides advice and counsel to the business about appropriate approaches for individual engagements.
Employs interview techniques to question internal and external individuals about facts pertaining to matters under investigation.
An established relationship with law enforcement and other investigative bodies enables the Investigations team to act as liaison to all external investigators.
Where appropriate manage relations with other investigative bodies within the company as well as working closely with the internal intelligence and insider risk functions.
Is able to work with all different units and, where necessary, provide leadership. An investigator always works as part of the global team.
Investigators manage complex investigations as projects, engaging all relevant stakeholders and leading the investigation to conclusion.
This involves compiling complex facts into digestible reports for internal, executive, and external consumption, and analyzing past engagements for continuous improvement,and giving testimony before judicial and legislative bodies in legal proceedings pertaining to relevant investigations.
Additionally the investigator conducts a root-cause-analysis to identify underlying issues that resulted in an incident or enabled policy violations, and articulate and supervise the implementation of improvements to the company's control posture.
Also responsible for the evaluation of new investigative aids and techniques, and for advising the business on the appropriateness of employing new approaches within the company.
Information collected and maintained may be subject to legal, regulatory, or corporate policies; practitioners must be aware of all relevant provisions and maintain information accordingly.