Alarm Investigator Job Description Sample
Fire Alarm Inspector Assistant
High School Diploma or equivalent
Valid Class C Driver License and access to vehicle to drive to different work sites PREFERRED:
National Institute for Certification in Engineering Technologies (NICET) Level 1 or higher
Minimum 1 year experience as a fire inspector and investigator
Related field fire experience JOB DUTIES:
Document fire alarm systems by use of Palm software (PDA) and related device(s) associated with fire alarm systems
Test fire alarm systems including but not limited to addressable and non-addressable fire alarm system(s) by use of conventional and occasionally non-conventional methods
Follow directions and work independently when needed
Interact with customers in a professional manner
Update job knowledge by participating in educational opportunities and reading trade publications as well as related code documentation such as NFPA and NEC material
Accomplish organization goals by accepting ownership for responsibility of new and different requests, while exploring opportunities to add value to job duties BENEFITS: Benefits offered after 30 days of employment
- Includes Dental, Vision, Medical and Life Insurance 401K Retirement Plan PSI (Performance Systems Integration) is a leading provider of Life Safety and Security Systems in the Northwest United States. Our business philosophy is simple, we approach our Customer’s as long term partners, helping them to balance short term budget constraints with long term building and business goals. Specialties include Fire Life safety systems, IP Video & CCTV, Building Access Control, IP Edge Access Control Solutions, Intrusion & Alarm Reporting, Professional Audio & Video, and Single Point of Contact for Life Safety Test & Inspection Services.
Alarm Monitor / Central Alarm Station Operator
Job Title Alarm Monitor / Central Alarm Station Operator
Auto req ID 17445BR Full / Part Time Part-Time
Employment Type Temporary
Country United States
Job IntroductionTHIS POSITION IS ON-CALL, SHORT TERM, MAX 1000 HOURS IN A YEAR Akima Infrastructure Services, LLC (AIS), is actively seeking individuals who can contribute to national security within the science, technology, and engineering fields as part of our supplemental labor team at vital federal research and development installations supporting the Department of Energy. AIS has an established history of contributing to the success of their customers mission. Available employment opportunities may range from administrative and logistical support to advanced technical positions. Qualified applicants must be a US citizen, at least 18 years of age, and able to meet pre-employment requirements including any required physicals, drug screen, and/or background investigation to satisfy clearance requirements from the Department of Energy. Successful candidates will be employees of AIS, a premier government contractor charged with employing highly-motivated and well-qualified personnel who can advance the missions of the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory in Livermore, CA. Though employed by AIS, the employee will take day-to-day direction from technical personnel employed directly by the research laboratories. Pay, benefits, Human Resource, and Employment Management functions are provided by AIS. The Protective Force Division has an opening for an Alarm Monitor/Central Alarm Station (CAS) Operator. Under general supervision, the Alarm Monitor will operate and monitor security-related systems and alarms, and dispatch alarm anomalies to security and safety personnel within the Laboratory and Site 300. The selected candidate will work cooperatively and effectively in a confined environment under periods of intense activity. The Alarm Monitor will interact with various Laboratory and non-Laboratory personnel to ensure response to service calls and to furnish and/or obtain information. The successful candidate will report to the CAS Supervisor. This position may require the successful candidate have the flexibility to work overtime, shift and or weekends to accomplish goals. The successful candidate will be required to pass various on-site training modules to pursue work assignments.
Essential Duties - Responsible for ensuring integrity of alarms and computer systems; identify anomalies and initiate appropriate action for repair and security response measures.
Implement and understand comprehensive security response procedures.
Communicate with system managers, programmers, and supervision to conduct analysis of system malfunctions; troubleshoot and solve difficult problems associated with maintaining databases.
Operate and monitor radio communications with 70 or more security police officers, alarm technicians and maintenance personnel during emergency/non-emergency situations and record activity.
Prioritize and dispatch appropriate security and safety personnel in accordance with orders, policies and procedures, and mutual aid agreement procedures for non-emergency/emergency responses.
Operate and monitor the California Law Enforcement Telecommunications System (CLETS), Closed Circuit Televisions (CCTV), the Argus system, and cameras.
Initiate notifications to qualified experts in response to the Laboratory's Emergency Response Program, Laboratory Emergency Duty Officer (LEDO), Security Duty Officer (SDO), Office of Investigative Services (OIS), Public Affairs, Nuclear Emergency Search Team (NEST), DOE Emergency Response Program and Facility Point of Contacts (FPOC) during emergency situations in accordance with established procedures.
Initiate, prepare, and review various records, forms, logs, and reports in accordance with established procedures.
Maintain knowledge of and comply with applicable DOE and LLNL security procedures.
Perform all assignments in accordance with ES&H, security, and business practice requirements and policies.
Essential Skills, Knowledge, and Abilities
Demonstrated ability to successfully complete a basic 8-10 week CAS training course designed to provide the minimum level of skills and knowledge to perform tasks associated with the Central Alarm Station duties and responsibilities.
Demonstrated reliability and dependability in employment history.
Demonstrated ability to exercise patience, tact, and courtesy when dealing with people and to perform effectively in stressful situations.
Effective written, verbal, and interpersonal skills during routine and emergency situations to interact with diplomacy and tact with a wide variety of personnel and disciplines internal and external to the Laboratory.
Familiar with LLNL’s Site 200 and Site 300, and the security posts
Demonstrated experience with prioritizing alarms, and knowledge of alarm response procedures, security response procedures with Sandia/CA security.
Demonstrated knowledge of security radio system and California Law Enforcement Telecommunications System (CLETS) procedures.
Demonstrated experience with incident reporting system.
Experience working in a customer service environment.
Experience working independently as well as in a team environment.
Experience working cooperatively and effectively with coworkers in a confined environment under periods of intense activity.
Demonstrated organizational skills to independently determine and set priorities in a fast paced environment and ability to complete multiple projects and assignments in a timely manner.
Demonstrated communications skills necessary to comprehend verbal and written communications.
Demonstrated ability to discern colors and speech; interpret graphic display monitor.
Experience with communication equipment including computers, telephone, etc.
Experience with personal computers and associated software.
Demonstrated ability to secure and maintain, at a minimum, a DOE "Q" clearance.
Successful candidates may be subject to a supplemental background check conducted by the Security Organization. In addition, if the successful applicant holds a valid Q/L clearance that has not been reinvestigated in the previous five years, s/he will be subject to an update of the background check and DOE reinvestigation process.
Desired Skills, Knowledge, and Abilities
- Familiar with Laboratory site.
Special Requirements Pre-Placement Medical Exam: A job related pre-placement medical examination may be required. Pre-employment drug test: External applicant(s) selected for this position will be required to pass a post-offer, pre-employment drug test. Anticipated Clearance Level: Q (position will be cleared to this level). Applicants selected will be subject to a Federal background investigation and must meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information or matter. In addition, all L or Q cleared employees are subject to random drug testing. We wish to thank all applicants for their interest and effort in applying for the position; however, only candidates selected for interviews will be contacted.
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Security Alarm Or Fire Alarm Technicians
The ideal candidate will have a Security AND Fire alarm license but employer willing to accept applications with at least one license.
Install and program new alarm and security systems Troubleshoot and resolve issues with alarms and security systems Conduct routine preventative maintenance on alarm systems Monitor inventory of service parts
Previous experience in security installation, maintenance, or other related fields Familiarity with hand and power tools A Fire alarm license is a plus, but not required. Strong troubleshooting and critical thinking skills
Surveillance Investigator - Claims Investigator
Excaliber Investigations, Inc., specializes in insurance investigations and we are seeking highly-motivated and qualified investigators to join our expanding team.
- Process case load in a timely manner
- Provide detailed updates
- Schedule and obtain in person recorded statements
- Complete detailed reports
- Must be able to work independently and possess an attention to detail.
- Work schedule will include weekends and candidates must be flexible with regard to scheduling.
- Bilingual (Spanish) communication skills are preferred.
- Must have a reliable vehicle and will be required to maintain and submit proof of valid insurance for their vehicle.
- Requires heavy computer use so a home computer and/or laptop with a minimum of Windows 7 is required.
- Candidates need to possess excellent communication / writing skills, be extremely organized with time management skills
- Strong investigative instinct
- Must be able to work well independently
- Both experienced investigators and energetic trainees are needed
- Must be able to work well independently
- All candidates will be subject to a pre-employment background search, to include DMV and Criminal checks.
Full Time Lossprevention/Safety Investigator - Naval Base San Diego
United States-California-San Diego Job Number: 170004IU
Responsible for the protection of Navy Exchange assets through investigative strategies and the auditing of controls designed to prevent and minimize loss potential. Duties and
Maintains surveillance throughout the Navy Exchange facilities, as assigned, to identify and detect suspicious activity contributing to both external and internal losses. Utilizes various surveillance techniques, including overt and covert Closed Circuit Television systems. Consistent with established NEXCOM Loss Prevention / Safety ("LPS") policies, procedures and standards, detect and detain individuals suspected of shoplifting.
Investigates other suspected incidents of fraud, waste and abuse, as directed. Prepares case reports, investigative notes, and processes evidence in accordance with NEXCOM LPS standards. Conducts audits, as directed by the Loss Prevention / Safety Manager or Supervisor, of cash registers, cash offices, retail inventory controls, and service operations.
Conducts investigative research, as directed, of cash variances and suspicious register transactions utilizing ASPECT Point of Sale Exception Reporting Systems and the In-Store Processor, as well as other investigative tools. Conducts Accident Investigations involving associates and customers in accordance with prescribed NEXCOM guidelines, to include report writing and obtaining photographic evidence, as necessary. Maintains absolute confidentiality of all investigative research and case information.
Maintains physical security of NEX facilities, adhering to site specific Opening / Closing procedures, Key Controls, Electronic Article Surveillance policies, and Intrusion Detection System alarm controls and response procedures. Maintains fire / safety controls and precautions by conducting inspections, as directed, of fire suppression systems, emergency equipment, and potential workplace hazards. Provides assistance to management in evacuations of NEX facilities, and the implementation of mandated Force Protection / Anti-Terrorist measures.
Monitors Known Theft evidence, Lost & Found programs, and Access Control policies specific to the assigned Navy Exchange facilities. Assists and monitors the destruction and disposal of merchandise "marked to zero" in accordance with prescribed NEXCOM policies. Testifies, as necessary, in criminal and civil court proceedings to include Military Courts Martial and other military command disciplinary proceedings and administrative hearings.
Adheres to prescribed work schedules, as determined to be in the best interest of the NEX. Maintains a professional image and demeanor in appearance and communications at all times. Maintains the department dress code, as prescribed by the Loss Prevention/Safety Manager or Supervisor, based on assigned duties.
Promotes and adheres to NEXCOM LPS programs, such as: Civil Recovery, Y.E.S. for juvenile shoplifters, Code Adam, and the IDEAS Reward Program. Maintains a thorough knowledge of factors contributing to inventory shrinkage, specific High Shrink Departments and current strategies in place to address shrinkage concerns.
Assists, as directed, in the LPS training and awareness initiatives of NEX associates. Performs other related administrative/investigative duties as assigned. Candidates must be eligible for and obtain a Secret Clearance, within 6 months of appointment.
Failure to obtain will result in termination
U.S. Citizenship Required GENERAL EXPERIENCE: 1 year responsible experience in clerical, office or retail sales store work of any kind which the applicant has demonstrated the ability to perform satisfactorily in the position to be filled.
AND SPECIALIZED EXPERIENCE: 1 year experience which clearly demonstrated that the applicant posses a knowledge of general law enforcement methods and techniques or experience in investigative type work which included the protection of property, equipment or materials; and person-to-person relationships in maintaining various rules and regulations. SUBSTITUTION OF EDUCATION FOR EXPERIENCE For 2 years experience: 1 year of academic study above the high school level, which included 6 semester hours in policy administration, police law, evidence, investigation, criminology, law enforcement or similar subjects, may be substituted for each year of experience.
Special Claims Investigator / Senior Special Claims Investigator
Be Here. Be Great. At Great American, we focus on building relationships and linking people to various career paths. Whether it’s underwriting, claims, accounting, IT, legal, or customer service, Great American Insurance Group combines a "small company" entrepreneurial atmosphere with "big company" expertise. Great American has more than 25 specialty insurance divisions within our Property & Casualty Group, and our Annuity Group offers a variety of financial services. We are unique because we promote the entrepreneurial spirit and our company listens to what is important to our employees. With a commitment to strong results and extraordinary service, there are always opportunities to learn and grow. Great American is currently seeking a Special Claims Investigator / Senior Special Claims Investigator. This position may be based anywhere in the Western Region of the United States. The person hired for this position will ideally work from one of our office locations in either Cincinnati, OH, Orange, CA; San Diego, CA; San Francisco, CA; Walnut Creek, CA, Denver, CO, Parsippany, NJ, or Seattle, WA. We will consider someone in other locations who meets the criteria and has experience working remotely from home. Willingness to travel, including overnight travel as needed, is required.
Provides assistance to business units by conducting special claims investigations on assigned referrals.
Using established criteria, investigates all suspect fraud referrals; secures necessary information to assist in the investigation of claims; identifies trends and patterns of suspected fraudulent activity; personally handles field investigation work; and coordinates efforts with law enforcement, state agencies and claims stakeholders.
Analyzes investigation results, prepares investigation reports and provides recommendations on course of action to claims.
May provide evidence and/or testify in cases where law enforcement agencies pursue prosecution.
May perform basic searches utilizing databases and technology that support the Special Investigations Unit.
Handles confidential documents and information.
Communicates with outside vendors and law enforcement departments.
Participates in developing training materials, scheduling training events and / or conducting training on the detection, deterrence and prevention of fraud.
Performs other duties as assigned.
Bachelor’s Degree in field of Law Enforcement, Criminal Justice, Business, Computer Science, Liberal Arts or a related discipline or equivalent experience.
3 to 5 years of related experience in Claims Investigation and Fraud detection.
Professional designation from a recognized National Investigation Organization or State Agency preferred.
Above average verbal and written communication skills.
Strong background in customer service.
Up to 20% travel unless business needs require additional support. ID: 22594 External Company Name: American Financial Group, Inc. External Company URL: www.gaic.com
Title IX Investigator
Position Summary The Title IX Investigator will address Title IX complaints and retaliation, con ducting formal investigations, and adjudicating sexual misconduct cases involvi ng students, faculty and staff. The Title IX Investigator will also serve as a resource to members of the university community with questions or concerns rel ated to sexual misconduct and gender-based harassment and discrimination. Required Qualifications Bachelor’s degree. At least one year of professional experience conducting formal complaint inves tigations, preferably involving issues of alleged discrimination. Excellent oral and written communication skills, including the ability to conv ey relevant information in clearly written reports. Excellent interpersonal skills, including the ability to work effectively with individuals from underrepresented groups with understanding and sensitivity to issues experienced by individuals from diverse backgrounds. Ability to work both independently and collaboratively, and to work on sensiti ve and stressful matters in a professional and confidential manner. Demonstrated ability to accurately analyze and apply legal and policy standard s to specific factual situations, to handle a significant caseload, manage mult iple deadlines, and maintain detailed records. Demonstrated commitment to diversity. Ability to perform the essential functions of the job. Preferred Qualifications Experience conducting sexual harassment complaint investigations; overseeing a n adjudicatory process; working in or with institutions of higher education. Duties & Responsibilities Performs Title IX investigations from inception to resolution, and draft memor anda and reports related to various steps throughout the process. Thoroughly review and analyze all allegations of Title IX violations to determ ine appropriate investigatory scope and determine if allegations and preliminar y assessment call for interim remedial measures. Leads witness interviews, analyzes witness statements, makes credibility asses sments, records findings of fact, and communicates with parties’ and witness’ w hile protecting the independence, integrity, and confidentiality of the investi gation. Provides on-going updates regarding the status of complaints received and inve stigations in progress to the Executive Director of OCRIE, or designee. Drafts and presents memoranda of findings and appropriate supporting documenta tion related to the resolution of each matter to the Executive Director of OCRI E, or designee. Recommends appropriate sanctions in accordance with university policy. Performs other job duties as assigned.
*Position Number:*71315 *Type of Recruitment:
Position Title:*TITLE IX INVESTIGATOR
Professional & Administrative
Pay Range:*$40,000 - $55,000 *Division:
Civil Rights and Institutional Equity
Position End Date:*06/30/2018 *Employment Status:
FTE:*1.00 *Position Type:*12 month
Weekly Work Schedule:
- Friday, 8:00a.m.- 5:00p.m.; evenings and weekends as required
Mount Pleasant, MI
Posting Begins:*12/17/2017 *Open Until Filled:
Part Time Field Investigator
Part Time Field Investigator by Dan Cornelius | Jan 12, 2018 |
Posted 7 days ago COMPANY DESCRIPTION: Ethos Risk Services is a nationally renowned, full-service investigative company specializing in various investigative services: pre-employment screening, data support services, internet mining, SIU, adjusting, due diligence, surveillance, background checks, locates, and much more. Additionally, our firm offers security consulting and brand protection services. Our clients include insurance companies, third party administrators, financial institutions, governmental agencies, volunteer organizations, law firms, and other businesses of all sizes. Ethos Risk Services delivers exceptional results, first-rate customer service, and outstanding value through The Ethos Difference: every day, every assignment. We believe this experience combined with a sincere passion for obtaining results is what separates us from the pack and, inevitably, truly makes a significant difference to our clients in the form of better results, improved communications, and unsurpassed quality. It’s a simple formula: Qualified Investigators + Commitment to Excellence = Quality Results. JOB DESCRIPTION: Due to our significant growth, we are currently seeking intelligent, well-organized, and detail-oriented individuals with experience in conducting surveillance and varying other investigations: recorded statements, accident scene investigations, witness canvassing, etc. While these candidates must be team-oriented, it is imperative that they be self-sufficient and dedicated as the role of a private investigator calls for much independence in the field. This role will have you on the front line of our investigative services that we provide to our numerous clients across the globe. This position will also require the effective drafting of reports (detailed and summary), uploading documents, video, and audio files into our case management system, reporting field efforts to the operations manager. These individuals must share our passion for investigations and display an unwavering commitment to excellence. They must also possess a professional demeanor characterized by integrity, good character, and mutual respect. RESPONSIBILITIES:
Conducting covert field surveillance via both stationary and mobile surveillance.
Conducting scene investigations, interviews, recorded statements, etc.
Obtaining professional quality video and photographic documentation of subjects.
Drafting thorough, detailed investigative reports.
Uploading video and photographic evidence as well as surveillance reports to our claims system. QUALIFICATIONS (must meet at least one criterion below):
Possess an associates/bachelor’s degree. A degree in criminal justice or a related field is preferred but not mandatory.
Former military personnel.
Law enforcement experience.
Adjusting or other experience in the insurance industry. ADDITIONAL QUALIFICATIONS (must meet all below criteria):
A Private Investigator’s license in Minnesota.
Ability and Willingness to travel, as necessary.
Possess a valid state-issued driver’s license.
Flexibility to work varied and irregular hours and days, including weekends and holidays.
Possess strong computer and internet skills.
Possess strong verbal and written communication skills.
Strong attention to detail.
Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills. REQUIRED EQUIPMENT (must currently possess all below items or obtain out-of-pocket):
A reliable surveillance vehicle with tinted windows.
Laptop computer with Windows XP or later version operating system, or MAC notebook
Video camcorder with mini DVs, mini DVDs, or SD cards for proper storage and uploading video into our state-of-the-art database (No HI-8 tapes or VHS tape camcorders.) (This camcorder must display the time and date stamp.) COMPENSATION: The rate for this position will vary and will be commensurate with experience and education. This position also qualifies for mileage compensation.
Supervisory Diversion Investigator (Group Supervisor)
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TOUGH WORK. VITAL MISSION. Challenge yourself! You have the power to help combat drug trafficking. Be a part of DEA! It's tough work, but a vital mission. Whatever your background or expertise, your work at DEA will be tremendously rewarding because it will have a daily impact on national security and the quality of life of all Americans. Do your career "Justice" by working with DOJ, which has been ranked in the Top 10 Best Places to Work in the Federal Government. Come and join the nation's law enforcement agency, where our most important resource is our people. The Department leads the nation in ensuring the protection of all Americans while preserving their constitutional freedoms. Become a member of a team where you can achieve your career goals and apply your skills and talents to our important mission. All applicants for employment with DEA must possess and maintain the highest levels of character and conduct. DEA will evaluate applicants' qualifications based on these qualities. Once a conditional offer is made, DEA will conduct a continuous evaluation of information, as it is obtained, to ensure that the prospective employees with DEA meet the agency-specific qualifications in the areas of character and conduct. To this end, an unfavorable decision in any of the areas that follow will be deemed as disqualifying: Drug Policy Requirements (as specified in this announcement), Credit History, Candor and Honesty, Work History, History with the Law, and other qualities that would detract from the integrity and efficiency of the DEA. Position will be filled subject to availability of funds. Learn more about this agency
This position is located in the Louisville, KY Division Office, Office of Diversion Program Manager, Diversion Group (Nashville) Nashville, TN. The incumbent will perform such duties as: * Supervise an investigative or administrative program or a major segment of such program; plan, coordinate, and oversee investigations; and assign investigations selectively based on their complexity, scope, and the investigator's experience.
Supervise three or more investigators engaged in conducting investigations of the manufacture, importation, trafficking, and diversion of legitimate pharmaceutical drugs and listed chemicals to illegal channels.Manage overall aspects of the investigation and monitor investigator's progress and activities, including the development and preparation of witnesses for legal proceedings and testifying in legal proceedings, as required.
Perform investigative duties of exceptional difficulty or of the highest sensitivity and importance ensuring all investigations are conducted within the scope of Federal drug laws and are in accordance with the agency's rules, policies, and regulations.
Develop and maintain productive working relationships with Federal, State, and local agencies, the registrant community, and other contacts, and lecture at training seminars for Federal, State, and local officials and DEA registrant community representatives.
Travel Required Occasional travel
- You may be expected to travel for this position.
Supervisory status Yes
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Conditions of Employment
Must be a U.S. Citizen
Must be able to obtain and maintain a Background and/or Security Clearance
Open to DEA Employees ONLY * Drug testing designated position
Mobility agreement required
GS-14: Must have one (1) year of specialized experience equivalent to at least the GS-13 level or pay band in the Federal service that includes performing the following duties planning, conducting, and overseeing investigations involving a vast range of subjects that encompass large, complex, and multi-mission organizations and can lead to cases of multi-jurisdictional, national, or international significance; overseeing development of investigations, statistical data, and reports to evaluate and determine goals and objectives; planning subordinate work assignments, and setting priorities and deadlines; and using breadth of technical and investigative knowledge, skills, and tools to discern and resolve conflicting facts or evidence.
Competencies: Your qualifications will be evaluated on the basis of your level of competencies in the following areas:
Planning and Evaluating
Conditions of Employment: Successful completion of a one-year supervisory probationary period is required (unless already completed). If selected, you must sign a mobility agreement that confirms your understanding and agreement to accept relocation to any location depending on the needs of the DEA and the Diversion Control Program. This mandatory agreement remains in effect throughout your career as a Diversion Investigator. Successful completion of the mandatory Basic Diversion Investigator Training Course.
Additional vacancies may be filled from this vacancy announcement. Career Transition Assistance Plan (CTAP)
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New employee probationary period This job originated on www.usajobs.gov. For the full announcement and to apply, visit www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/488113400. Only resumes submitted according to the instructions on the job announcement listed at www.usajobs.gov will be considered. Open & closing dates: 01/17/2018 to 01/26/2018 Salary: $103,106 to $134,038 per year
Pay scale & grade:* GS 14 Work schedule: Full-Time
Appointment type:* Permanent
Sr. Fraud Detection Investigator
Responsible for the research, analysis, investigation and resolution of fraudulent activities and any resulting Suspicious Activity Worksheets (SARW) and filing of SARs. Review account records and/or transactions involving potential fraudulent activity submitted to Corporate Security in accordance with the Bank Secrecy Act. May oversee and provide guidance to other Corporate Security colleagues in the preparation of Suspicious Activity Reports (SAR) and submitting data to FinCEN. Conduct internal and workplace violence investigations as needed. Represent Corporate Security in computer-related investigations. + *High school diploma required. + *Minimum of 7 years of experience working at a financial institution required. + *Minimum of 5 years of Fraud investigation experience required.
Bachelor's degree preferred.
Must have excellent knowledge of investigations, banking operations, government regulations, and account reconcilement.
Strong knowledge of SAR requirements and understanding of federal regulations pertaining to the Bank Secrecy Act.
Cyber Fraud knowledge and experience required.
Presentation and public speaking skills required.
Excellent problem solving and analytical skills required.
Excellent verbal/written and written communication skills required to interact with all levels of Bank personnel and outside contacts.
Experience using Microsoft Word, Excel and Access required
Ability to proofread and edit documents.
Excellent organizational, time management and analytical skills.
Excellent leadership skills, able to interact effectively with management and staff at all levels. *Represents basic qualifications of the position. To be considered for this position you must at least meet the basic qualifications. City National Bank is an Equal Opportunity Employer -- Minorities/Females/Individuals with Disabilities/Veterans. Note: This preceding job description has been designed to indicate the general nature and level of work performed by employees within this classification. It is not designed to contain or be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities, and qualifications required of employees assigned to this job. Note: Candidates should be advised that City National Bank does not pay interviewee travel expenses or relocation expenses for candidates who are hired unless previously agreed. *LI-SW1 Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Protected Veterans/DisabledLegal/Compliance
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