- Job Category: Information Technology
- Travel: Yes, 25 % of the Time
- Clearance: Public Trust
- Shift: Day Job
- Req ID: SAV05106
SAVA is looking for a Field Investigator in support of a Law Enforcement Agency in Washington, DC.
Gather background data, interview of the subject, interpret, analyze, and evaluate results from polygraph, psychological and medical examinations.
Determine the information or evidence required to reach a judgement, as well as the best approach to obtain that information for each assigned case.
Interview applicants, officials, and/or individuals, such as spouses, employers, relatives, friends, acquaintances, and law enforcement agency officials.
Ultimately, prepare a report of findings for investigative cases and suitability that include formal analysis and information for resolving investigative cases.
Provide customer service and serve as liaisons with insurance companies claim services, claimants, policyholders, agents, counterparts in other departments, external legal professionals, external medical professionals, financial institutions, government/regulatory agencies, potential customers, vendors and suppliers as necessary to perform assigned tasks under the contract.
Responsible for providing their own transportation when conducting field investigations in Maryland, the District of Columbia, Virginia, Delaware, West Virginia, and Pennsylvania (Investigators will be reimbursed for travel costs based on GSA per diem guideline for mileage, parking and tolls).
5 or more years of adjudicative and investigative support with and no less than 2 years of experience as a Background Investigator, Criminal Investigator, Security Specialist or Adjudicator with a federal agency, police department, recognized private contractor or military related training specializing in background investigations.
Ability to successfully obtain a favorably adjudicated full-scope background investigation, to include a Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) fingerprint check, prior to start. The client may request confirmation of these credentials at any time.
Ability to obtain a Public Trust clearance.
Successfully completed training from approved or recognized training program (e.g., Federal Background Investigator Training Program (FBITP), local law enforcement training or Reid School).
Knowledgeable about all applicable fraud statutes, local, state and federal, to ensure duties and assignments are carried out within the requirements of applicable law and client expectations.
Always maintain the highest degree of integrity and confidentiality when handling information related to the contract.
Strong verbal and written communication skills.