Investigator Internal Affairs Job Description Sample
Equal Opportunity Investigator - Internal Investigations
Bachelor’s degree in related field or equivalent and 1 year of related experience in Human Resources, Legal/Compliance or Higher Education.
Conducts protected class investigations to include, race, ethnicity, color, sex, national origin, age, U.S. military veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, marital status, genetic information or mental or physical disability as well as general employee relations investigations, if necessary. Conducts fact finding investigations, which may include interviewing witnesses and reviewing documentation in compliance with applicable statutes and regulations. Prepares written reports and findings of facts, with supporting documentation.
Specific Job Related Duties
Receive, review, and investigate allegations related to the University’s policies addressing non-discrimination, sexual harassment/misconduct, and retaliation.
Receive, review and investigate allegations from students, faculty, staff, and third parties concerning unlawful discrimination, sexual harassment/misconducts, retaliation, and violations of labor/employment laws.
Receive, review, and consult with Human Resources, appropriate departments, and leadership to appropriately respond to, and/or investigate allegations involving general employee relations concerns, bullying, hostile work environment and violations of employment, faculty, and/or student policies and procedures.
Adhere to institutional grievance policies and procedures.
Adhere to departmental procedures for conducting investigations.
Prepare investigation plans and interview questions by analyzing the complaint, and identifying the issues, potential witnesses, and types of documentation to request/review.
Conduct fact finding investigations, which may include interviewing witnesses, gathering and reviewing documentation, and researching relevant laws and/or institutional policies/procedures.
Draft investigation reports with findings of fact.
Work with Human Resources and appropriate leadership to provide recommendations based on investigation findings of fact.
Organize and maintain investigative files, documentation, notes and all allegations submitted to the department for review.
Ensure that all Fraud and Abuse Hotline allegations are appropriately triaged and reviewed by the appropriate department and upload resolutions through the appropriate database.
Work with the investigative team and Title IX Coordinator to achieve departmental goals.
Provide investigative support to colleagues as needed.
Assist with developing investigation training programs for Human Resources Generalists throughout the institution and CMC Human Resources Generalists.
Review, analyze and provide recommendations for previous investigations conducted by other investigators, departments, Human Resources, and CMC Human Resources.
Assist with institutional reporting requirements in compliance with federal and state laws and regulations.
Assist with developing, revising, and editing relevant institution and/or department policies and procedures.
Consult with the Department of Legal Affairs as necessary.
Adhere to internal controls and reporting structures.
Perform related duties as required.
Competent internal workplace investigator.
Moderate knowledge of Human Resources and employment/labor laws.
Knowledge of employment and higher education discrimination, sexual harassment/misconduct and retaliation laws and regulations.
Strong communication skills, both oral and written.
Demonstrated presentation and facilitation skills.
Ability to deal with difficult employees, faculty, students and third parties.
Strong analytical and problem solving skills with ability to provide recommendations to Human Resources, departments, and leadership.
Competent use of personal computers and general office applications, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Microsoft Outlook, and investigation databases.
Ability to handle confidential and sensitive information.
Ability to work independently and within a team.
Project management skills.
Ability to manage multiple projects/investigations and prioritize work.
Equal Employment Opportunity
UTMB Health strives to provide equal opportunity employment without regard to race, color, national origin, sex, age, religion, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, genetic information or veteran status. As a VEVRAA Federal Contractor, UTMB Health takes affirmative action to hire and advance women, minorities, protected veterans and individuals with disabilities.
Full/Part Time:* Full-Time
Job Type:* Regular
Job Title:* Equal Opportunity Investigator - Internal Investigations
Job ID:* 60469
Business Unit:* PRESD
Internal Affairs Unit Advisor (Inl-Kenya)
The Celestar Corporation has been issued a task order to provide support to the Department of State Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs (INL). As a result, we're looking for an Internal Affairs Unit Advisor who will be seated at the U.S. Embassy in Nairobi, Kenya. If interested and qualified, we welcome you to post for this challenging opportunity.
TRAVEL: Occasional travel in and around Nairobi is possible. Occasional travel within Kenya and the region is likely and may be required as part of this position.
LEVEL OF EFFORT: Hours for this full-time position will be the core hours of the U.S. Embassy in Nairobi, Kenya, Monday through Friday, 40 hours per week, 8 hours per day.
CLEARANCE REQUIREMENT: Not Required
The Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs (INL) is responsible for the development, supervision, coordination, and implementation of international narcotics control assistance activities and international criminal justice issues for the U.S. Department of State (DOS). The Office of Africa and the Middle East Programs (INL/AME) implements programs throughout Africa and the Middle East that work to build the capacity of the criminal justice sector and strengthen the rule of law.
The Internal Affairs Unit (IAU) of the National Police Service (NPS) is an independent unit within the police service created by law to investigate complaints about the police. The IAU focuses on cases of indiscipline, inaction and corruption by members of the police.
You will assist the Internal Affairs Unit (IAU) to provide advisory services to the National Police Service of the Government of Kenya to develop its system of receiving, safeguarding and conducting internal investigations of complaints against the police. You will also act as one of the key liaisons between the IAU and the Independent Policing Oversight Authority.
The IAU Advisor receives direct government oversight, assignments, and direction from the INL Coordinator at U.S. Embassy in Nairobi, in coordination with INL/Washington.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Overarching Themes of Technical Advice
Assist in assessing the IAU's role in Kenya's police accountability system; work with the board to identify and prioritize areas for reform.
Provide expert advice, guidance, and leadership with regard to the design, development, and implementation, of IAU regulations, policies and practices.
Provide the INL Coordinator with progress of IAU performance with regard to the Advisor's deliverables excluding the confidential details of cases under active investigation. The Advisor should share the unit's successes and challenges while noting problem areas and opportunities that merit Embassy attention, as well as suggested courses of action.
Develop and maintain a close working relationship with the U.S. Embassy and the IAU.
Continue to develop relationship with the Independent Policing Oversight Authority (IPOA).
Coordinate with any other people giving technical advice to the IAU with development partner funded assistance. The Advisor should inform the U.S. Embassy of this coordination, as well as any other work with any other potential partners.
Specific Interventions of the Advisor
Help develop and implement the internal complaint-taking and investigative system for the IAU.
Review status of complaint intake and case assessment process, correct any design flaws and implement new changes. This includes an assessment of how complaints come into the unit.
Provide mentoring and on-the-job training of IAU officers by offering ongoing practical advice regarding receiving, assessing and investigating complaints. This may include benchmarking visits to better understand internal investigations.
Continue to develop relationship between IAU and IPOA.
Finalize memorandum of understanding (MOU) regarding relationship.
Implement monitoring matrix for review of progress on investigations.
Create and implement schedule of regular meetings between IAU and IPOA senior management, as well as other members of both organizations, to discuss successes and challenges of working relationship.
Design and implement joint discussions/trainings for the IAU and IPOA on best practices of investigations of police misconduct.
Develop, review, update and finalize IAU Procedures Manual and Operations Manual. Finalization may include organizing a validation workshop for stakeholders.
Review and finalize sections of Service Standing Orders that invoke IAU practices.
Investigate need for and design, if necessary, additional MOUs.
Agencies that may need formal relations with the IAU are, the Office of the Director of Public Prosecution, ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission,the Attorney General (to deal with civil claims against police) and County Policing Authorities
Identify additional agencies within the police service, such as the Directorate of Criminal Investigation and the newly legislated National Police Service Disciplinary Board, that require formal arrangements to initiate and draft MOU.
Craft comprehensive document for IAU training regimen. This can include basic courses, induction courses, courses on the legal framework governing the IAU, courses on interacting with other members of the criminal justice system, intelligence gathering courses, and supplementary skills ("enhancement") courses for continued officer professionalization.
For IAU and NPS leadership approval, design methodological and substantive response to reports critical of the NPS that invoke IAU action (for example, IPOA "Usalama Watch" report).
Design initial devolution strategy for IAU to move out to counties in practicable manner with emphasis on developing accountability for police officers at the county level.
Draft policy document ("strategic plan"), in connection with advisor to and officers at the NPSC, on what steps need to be taken to achieve a fully functioning IAU within two years.
Supply INL Coordinator with periodic, updated lists of operational assistance required by the unit, including but not limited to investigative, forensic kits.
Participate in IAU sensitization ("induction") workshops for police officers to learn about the mandate of the IAU and the mechanics of internal investigations. As part of the sensitization, create short, printed guidelines for police officers about the process of being the subject of a complaint or internal investigation and what the officer needs to do to defend him or herself.
Design and implement a system for recommending criminal prosecution, internal disciplinary punishment or "Orderly Room" proceedings for police officers found responsible for misconduct.
Issue recommendations for the IAU to create a manual of disciplinary measures used against police as well as sentencing guidelines based on enabling legislation.
Design and implement systems for withdrawing a complaint against a police officer, managing vexacious complaints against police officers, issuing notices to police officers who are the subject of a complaint of under investigation by the unit, and resolving complaints against police officers informally in order to protect the rights of the complainant.
Design and implement the policies and procedures for IAU officers including, code of conduct, human resources policy, drugs and alcohol policy, whistleblowing policy, integrity testing
Track and document deaths and other violations allegedly caused by police officers reported through open source and sensitive reporting.
Offer additional suggestions and recommendations for further policies and regulations.
U.S. Citizen, TCN, or Local National is acceptable.
Minimum of Fifteen (15) Years' experience in law enforcement and oversight agency organizational development, planning, and/or training.
Minimum of Ten (10) Years' experience in working on internal investigations, accountability and oversight within a police service.
Demonstrated experience in police development/reform
Demonstrated experience in promoting respect for human rights, integrity, ethics and anti-corruption in policing.
Demonstrated ability to apply and communicate U.S. or state government policies and international standards of policing in course of offering technical advice to Kenyan officials and representatives of international organizations.
Demonstrated experience working or coordinating with U.S. and state government agencies.
Proven ability to exercise a high degree of professional judgment, diplomacy, and tact at all times in order to build successful relationships with Kenyan partners and the international community.
Experience working on security sector issues in Kenya.
Strong interpersonal skills; proven ability to work well with others.
Excellent oral and written English communication skills.
Extensive experience managing and/or directing police development programs overseas.
Demonstrated knowledge of contracting practices and experience in contract oversight.
A Bachelor Degree from an accredited institution in the social sciences, criminal justice, social and organizational development, or other related field or an additional five years of relevant experience in a developing country.
BEST ATHLETE SELECTION FACTORS
Your resume must reflect all of the qualifications as outlined above. You must also demonstrate, through your resume, that you have the requisite experience with the responsibilities addressed above as follows:
Experience and ability to assess current programs in place and to develop and implement plans for improving the capabilities of the IAU
Ability to provide objective subject matter expertise on police accountability programs to the U.S. Embassy in Nairobi
Ability to liaise effectively with contractor personnel, staff members of USG agencies, Kenyan officials, and international personnel
IMPORTANT NOTE: This is a Best Athlete Selection Process! Please ensure that the required and/or desired experience is reflected on your resume to receive fair and competitive consideration.
Come onboard with a company that Values its Employees!
Celestar, a Veteran Owned Company, is Very Competitive with Salaries and Benefits. As an example, we offer Company Paid Benefits that include Employee and Family Dental Insurance, Employee Health Insurance, Life Insurance and Short Term Disability Insurance. We also offer a 401k retirement company match, paid Holidays and Personal Time Off!
Internal Affairs Officer 3 - Pendleton Juvenile Correctional Facility
Incumbent functions as Internal Affairs Director for the Pendleton Juvenile Correctional Facility. He/she performs investigative duties and monitors misconduct by staff, offenders, and others associated with the facility. Contributes to administrative goal to eliminate or reduce staff misconduct, sub-standard living and/or housing conditions, offender grievances, departmental policy violations and other dysfunctional employment or administrative practices. Reports directly to the Superintendent, performing duties with general supervision. May be frequently called upon to respond to emergency situations which require investigative action.
Responsibilities/Duties To Be Performed (with or without reasonable accommodation):
Essential Duties May Include:
Conducts the investigation of incidents/accidents involving staff, offenders, or others associated with the facility.
Investigates correspondence between incarcerated persons and staff.
Reviews questionable correspondence for compliance to Indiana codes and Departmental policy.
Assists/facilitates criminal investigations involving outside agencies.
Assures the appropriate gathering of evidence; recovery and accurately labeling of items considered evidence for future use in internal/external cases.
Completes and provides reports, information, and criminal intelligence to outside agencies when appropriate or as directed by supervisor.
Follows Department of Correction policies and facility directives.
Assists supervisor in working with department management and supervisory personnel to resolve security concerns and problems
Assists supervisor in managing offender telephone monitoring system.
Assists supervisor in monitoring offender grievance process.
Conducts inspections of facility to determine whether security procedures are in place and effective.
Assures compliance with applicable regulations and ACA standards.
Assists with developing, implementing, and monitoring facility security procedures.
Job Requirements And Difficulty Of Work (with or without reasonable accommodation):
Specialized knowledge of the principles, techniques, and terminology of current investigative practices (including chain of custody and management of confiscated materials).
Specialized knowledge of security procedures.
Above average knowledge of Federal laws, Indiana codes, and Department of Correction policies and procedures.
Above average knowledge of due process, criminal and civil liability.
Ability to remain unbiased while investigating incidents.
Working knowledge of Alco-Sensor, filed drug test kits, fingerprint and forensic evidence equipment and the Dictaphone Pro-Log Communications System.
Ability to walk, bend, reach, search, hear, see, stand, and sit in order to perform listed duties.
Exhibits an urgency concerning assignments.
Ability to prepare and deliver clear, concise, and accurate reports.
Ability to exercise tact and persuasion in dealing with staff and outside contacts.
Ability to present evidence at hearings.
Ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing.
Ability to abide by the Department's Standard of Conduct and all behavior expectations.
Ability to successfully operate all security equipment.
Ability to observe staff and offenders and accurately recall details in order to write correct, concise reports.
Ability to recognize and report overt basic symptoms of illness, dysfunctional, and/or inappropriate behavior.
Ability to accept supervision and constructive feedback.
Ability to adhere to the Department's dress code and grooming requirements.
Ability to handle valuables such as money and remain accountable.
Ability to issue verbal instructions with authority.
Ability to successfully utilize mechanical and soft restraints.
Ability to remain physically and mentally alert for long periods of time.
Ability to work within a culturally diversified environment.
Ability to test negative on all drug tests.
Ability to successfully complete all required training and certifications.
Ability to use timely and proper judgement when reacting to critical incidents.
Ability to promptly respond to and work under emergency conditions.
Above average knowledge of departmental policies and procedures and all applicable State, Federal, and local laws relative to corrections.
Specialized knowledge of the State's ethics rules and regulations.
Above average knowledge of crime scene preservation.
Above average knowledge of conflict resolution and crisis intervention techniques.
Above average knowledge of safety hazard precautions.
Working knowledge of basic street slang and security threat groups.
Working knowledge of, and ability to perform approved self-defense techniques.
Working knowledge of offender manipulation techniques.
Possesses positive role model traits.
Level of Responsibility (with or without reasonable accommodation):
Incumbent works with general supervision, receiving instructions and assignments from supervisor. He/she is responsible for utilizing security knowledge to resolve issues and improve the facility operations. Incumbent must investigate areas of misconduct and security problems. Non-standardized problems are discussed with the supervisor. Completed work is reviewed for compliance and accuracy. Incumbent must take the initiative in planning work. Requires factual analysis, adaptive thinking, and considerable judgement. Incumbent acts as a positive role model in use of language, demeanor, behavior, and dress. Incumbent interacts with both staff and offenders in a respectful manner. In the event of an emergency, the incumbent must immediately respond and exhibit effective leadership. Consequence of error could be extreme if property loss or loss of life occurs.
Work Relationships (with or without reasonable accommodation):
Incumbent is responsible for the development of a cooperative work relationship with all staff and offenders. Incumbent works with the Superintendent and Assistant Superintendent and other applicable staff to conduct investigations and to gather information. Incumbent is responsible for portraying a positive, professional image in all contacts with the public, staff, and offenders.
Physical Effort/Work Environment (with or without reasonable accommodation)
Incumbent works in a modern adult correctional facility, usually within an office environment. However, offender contact will be frequent while conducting interviews and while moving about the facility in the course of business. Possibility of injury resulting from altercations is present. Infectious disease exposure may be possible. Incumbent may be required to use security skills and restraint techniques as per departmental policy and procedure.
Incumbent works with general supervision, receiving instructions and assignments from supervisor. He/she is responsible for utilizing security knowledge to resolve issues and improve the facility operations. Incumbent must investigate areas of misconduct and security problems. Non-standardized problems are discussed with the supervisor. Completed work is reviewed for compliance and accuracy. Incumbent must take the initiative in planning work. Requires factual analysis, adaptive thinking, and considerable judgement. Incumbent acts as a positive role model in use of language, demeanor, behavior, and dress. Incumbent interacts with both staff and offenders in a respectful manner. In the event of an emergency, the incumbent must immediately respond and exhibit effective leadership. Consequence of error could be extreme if property loss or loss of life occurs
Five (5) years work experience in corrections; investigative work; law enforcement; or military police. At least two (2) years of experience must be in investigative work.
The State of Indiana offers a comprehensive benefit package which includes medical, dental, vision, life insurance, retirement plans and accrued leave.
Equal Employment Opportunity:
The State of Indiana is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Fraud Internal Surveillance Investigator Associate – Firmwide Operations
Morgan Stanley is a leading global financial services firm providing a wide range of investment banking, securities, investment management and wealth management services. The Firm's employees serve clients worldwide including corporations, governments and individuals from more than 1,200 offices in 43 countries. As a market leader, the talent and passion of our people is critical to our success. Together, we share a common set of values rooted in integrity, excellence and strong team ethic. Morgan Stanley can provide a superior foundation for building a professional career - a place for people to learn, to achieve and grow. A philosophy that balances personal lifestyles, perspectives and needs is an important part of our culture.
Operations is one of the largest divisions in the firm and has diverse responsibilities, including correctly settling and recording millions of transactions per day, identifying and mitigating all operational risks, developing strong client relationships and partnering with technology to realize the full potential of IT and e-solutions. Throughout, the Operations department continually seeks ways to improve while actively supporting the development of new businesses, structures and markets.
Firmwide Operations includes Fraud Operations, Shared Services and Banking Operations (SSBO), Operations Risk and Control, Global Project Group and Metrics, Branch Operations, and Divisional Management. Fraud Operations is a global organization responsible for assessing, mitigating, and preventing fraudulent activities across multiple product lines and services in order to protect the firm and its clients.
In an effort to protect our clients' assets, provide a safe and secure banking environment, and to minimize financial losses to the Firm,, the Fraud Operations Team is tasked with monitoring and analyzing client and employee activities in order to detect and curtail fraud. The Fraud Operations Team's primary responsibilities are the identification, mitigation, and incident management of potential fraudulent banking transactions detected by a suite of detection tools, and the expeditious investigation and resolution of client initiated fraud claims. The Fraud Operations team is seeking staff at the Analyst/Associate level to support our Internal Fraud Surveillance team in Baltimore, MD.
The successful candidate will work closely with Fraud Operations groups as well as other stakeholders across the Firm. The role requires the candidate to have an understanding of the fundamentals of financial fraud and internal malfeasance. The successful candidate(s) must also be able to analyze the commercial impact of business decisions; balancing investigational requirements with business savvy of any fraud investigation.
Preparing and documenting review findings in a concise, understandable manner for written communication to the appropriate parties
Inputting and maintaining findings in departmental databases for data mining and identification of trends and patterns
Completing reporting as appropriate and making referrals to applicable Morgan Stanley entities while ensuring Fraud Operations management awareness of events
Providing support to the Fraud Operations team and the wider Incident Management team as required
Adhering to departmental and corporate policies in accordance with management's expectations
Minimum of 4 years of experience in Anti-Fraud, Compliance, Risk, or other position with regulatory responsibility
Experience in the identification of criminal schema through the review of multiple data sets
Strong quantitative and qualitative analytical skills and a creative and flexible approach to problem solving
Superior analytical, critical thinking and decision-making skills
Excellent written and verbal communication skills
Detail oriented with the ability and desire to work in a team environment
Experience with issue tracking and resolution
Ability to define approaches to bring ambiguous issues to resolution
Strong communication and influencing skills
Strong sense of ownership and accountability for work
Self-starter, ability to work with limited supervision
Proficient at using Microsoft Excel and PowerPoint
Experience in financial crime detection or prevention
Experience working with fraud detection
Experience working with a case management system
Understanding of financial services industry products and processes
Understanding of fraud and security issues within the banking and finance industry
Senior Internal Investigator
As a Bank of America Senior Investigator you will conduct routine to complex investigations in diversified operations within the bank or investigations that generate information relative to current and/or prospective customers. A senior investigator may participate in, or lead investigative related task forces and/or special projects that represent significant loss exposure and/or are highly visible. You may provide consultation and guidance to line and senior management on investigative related issues. You may identify significant issues and control weaknesses, and make recommendations to line management to minimize exposure or loss. A senior investigator may formulate and recommend action response to allegations, file crime reports and testify in court proceedings. You will analyze, evaluate and make recommendations to management on investigations that expose the bank to large losses. You will prepare reports for manager covering investigative details, results and recommend loss and recovery prevention actions or reports summarizing information used by bankers in making credit decisions. You may interpret and analyze information gathered from numerous databases and third party sources and identify "red flags" that prompt further inquiry. This position may require you to direct and or coordinate, provide direction to multiple investigators on complex investigations.
Internal Enterprise Investigations team is part of the Legal Division. The primary focus of our team is conducting investigations into potential insider abuse or fraud with regulatory reporting responsibilities and heavy engagement with law enforcement and internal business partners. Our business partners include Global Financial Crimes Compliance, Audit, Detection and Monitoring Teams, Human Resources and Risk Partners across the company. Key priorities for our team are conducting thorough, prompt investigations, meeting regulatory compliance filings and providing and escalating crisp detailed factual information to partners to make important employee, operations and compliance decisions. This teammate will be responsible for the following:
Conducting complex investigations primarily involving employee or vendor matters within diversified bank wide operations spanning multiple lines of businesses.
Effective in case analysis, evaluation, developing fact based reviews of data and information and conducting in person interviews of witnesses and potential involved parties.
Requires financial crimes investigation experience specifically evaluating transactional activity, being able to trace funds, identify suspicious activity and understanding banking operations.
This role will have a high degree of working with senior level management providing detailed findings, recommendations in policy/procedure or performance enhancements.
Will be writing detailed investigative finding reports including demonstration of activity via charting and graphing of activity.
This role will be addressing complex investigations will work independently and support team investigations.
The incumbent will be engaged in potential settlement matters, may be engaged in coordinating trial activities, and testify in court proceedings. Based on current loss trends, incumbent will be asked to deliver stand up knowledge and training presentations to business partners providing relevant loss, prevention, and recovery information.
Conducts routine to complex investigations in diversified operations within the bank or investigations that generate information relative to current and/or prospective customers. May participate in, or lead investigative related task forces and/or special projects that represent significant loss exposure and/or are highly visible. May provide consultation and guidance to line and senior management on investigative related issues. May identify significant issues and control weaknesses, and make recommendations to line management to minimize exposure or loss. May formulate and recommend action response to allegations, file crime reports, and testify in court proceedings. May analyze, evaluate, and make recommendations to management on investigations that expose the bank to large losses. May prepare reports for manager covering investigative details, results and recommend loss and recovery prevention actions or reports summarizing information used by bankers in making credit decisions. May interpret and analyze information gathered from numerous databases and third party sources and identify "red flags" that prompt further inquiry. May direct/coordinate, provide direction to multiple investigators on complex investigations.
Conduct routine to complex investigations in diversified operations, suspected internal abuse and fraud involving employees/vendors/contractors.
Conducts interviews of suspects and witnesses, gathers comprehensive work papers and evidentiary material to support findings and prepare comprehensive reports of findings.
Must be able to identify effective mitigation strategies, analyze, evaluate data and information that results in a thorough investigative effort.
May make recommendations to line management to close process gaps, mitigate risk and address policy/procedure violations.
May make recommendations to line of business owners around employment outcomes, provide guidance and input as needed and identify training opportunities.
Participates in, or leads investigative related task forces and/or special projects that represent significant loss exposure and/or are highly visible.
Formulates and recommends action response to allegations, files crime reports as appropriate, and testifies in court proceedings as appropriate.
As necessary, prepares reports for management covering investigative details, results and recommended loss and recovery prevention actions.
A Sr. Investigator may direct/coordinate activities of multiple investigators on complex investigations and provide technical guidance to less experienced investigative staff if needed. Investigator role will not lead or train others.
Must be able to develop law enforcement relationships and industry partner relationships.
"This position is posted as a more senior position- Senior Internal Investigator but is flexible to be filled as a lower level position- Internal Investigator if the posted qualifications are met by a strong lower level applicant."
Must be proficient in WORD, EXCEL
Knowledge of PPT and other Office Suite Products
Must have strong, proven communication skills
2 or more years in financial crimes review or investigations
Posting Date: 06/19/2018
Location: Valencia, CA, VALENCIA BC, 23929 Valencia Blvd, - United States
Travel: Yes, 15% of the time
Full / Part-time: Full time
Hours Per Week: 40
Shift: 1st shift
Societe Generale's Global Banking and Investor Solutions (GBIS) Division operates in all major markets with close to 12,000 staff in more than 30 countries, over 3,000 staff of which reside in the United States. The three primary business lines in the United States – Global Finance (GLFI), Coverage and Investment Banking (CORI), and Global Markets (MARK) provide sophisticated banking, advisory, capital markets and trading solutions to a diverse client base. The GLFI and CORI businesses have important concentrations in Natural Resources, Asset-Backed Products, Leveraged Lending and Capital Markets. Keys to future successes are a continuing client focus as well as the successful embracing of an increase in market sophistication and the intelligent adaptation to the challenges of ongoing regulatory change.
The US Legal Department works in collaboration with a global team with main hubs in London, Paris, Hong Kong and Bangalore. The Legal Department serves a dual mission of furthering legitimate business objectives while protecting SG from legal, regulatory and reputational risk. The Legal Department is strongly aligned with business and operational activity globally and therefore plays a key role in the success of Societe Generale's corporate and investment banking ambitions. The Legal Department interacts directly both with external counterparts and with members of internal business divisions while also working closely with the credit, risk, operations and collateral teams who share responsibility for the success of SG's client focused activities.
In this position, the hired candidate will operate under the supervision of the Legal team to investigate multiple types of matters within SGUS, including operational risk incidents and employee misconduct. More specifically, the responsibilities of this role include the following:
Conduct internal investigations and post-mortem reviews relating to a variety of legal and non-legal matters, including regulatory enforcement matters, employee matters, whistle-blower claims, operational risk incidents and others;
Work in conjunction with multiple other area of the firm, including the Front Office, Compliance, Risk, Audit and various cross-department committees
Coordinate with headquarters in Paris as necessary on cross-jurisdictional investigations and related matters; and
Produce written reports of findings from investigations, as well as interim work product, such as interview memos, time-lines, investigation plans, and the like.
Competencies, Skills and
Ability to speak persuasively and diplomatically, build relationships and exert influence.
Experience in designing and undertaking investigations and/or internal audits or examinations;
Ability to understand how complex systems within a financial institution work and to conduct investigations into information contained in such systems;
Strong written and oral communication skills;
Ability to effectively interact with senior management and other internal groups on complex issues;
Ability to work independently as well as with other members of the Legal Department and other areas of the firm;
Ability to mobilize multiple stakeholders within the bank to achieve diverse objectives;
Ability to prioritize a broad array of tasks;
An innovative, flexible and creative personality and willingness to take on new challenges and responsibilities.
Ability to conduct effective internal investigations, including witness interviews as well as e-communications and data review, without a large support team;
Strong understanding of banking and securities and futures industry regulations and norms.
Desired / Plus:
E-discovery and/or forensic investigation experience in financial services area
Presentation and PowerPoint skills
Project management experience
Qualifications (Experience, Education, Languages):
- 6+ years of experience conducting external or internal investigations or audits
- Undergraduate degree from a well-regarded 4-year college/university
Desired / Plus:
- Familiarity/fluency with French; graduate degree in law; prior employment with financial regulator.
Employee Specific Job Responsibilities:
- Reporting directly to Litigation, Enforcement and Investigations team in the Legal Department;
- Employees should understand the institution's approach to risk management and their respective roles in supporting a strong risk culture, as outlined in the SGUS Operations Enterprise Risk Management Framework.
- At Societe Generale, we live by our 4 core values of commitment, responsibility, team spirit, innovation. These four values are centered around our clients. We are engaged and demonstrate consideration for others. We act ethically and with courage. We focus our talent and energy on collective success. And we work to increase our impact on clients.
Internal Investigator 2
Minimum Qualifications Eight years of law enforcement investigative or field investigative* experience. Substitution: An Associate's degree may be substituted for two years of law enforcement or field investigative experience;
OR a Bachelor's degree may be substituted for four years of law enforcement or field investigative experience.
- Investigative experience is defined as independent investigative experience and includes the following activities: interviewing and interrogating witnesses; collecting and analyzing data and evidence; writing and summarizing case narratives; and testifying at administrative hearings and criminal proceedings.
Non-qualifying experience includes: Routine police patrol work, traffic enforcement, building surveillance, tax collection, collection of delinquent accounts, skip tracing, credit checking, auditing, employment interviewing, hotel or store detective, correction officer, guard, inspector or security related positions or in any other position which does not involve the level of field investigation as those positions described above WILL NOT be considered qualifying experience.
These positions require New York State residency at the time of appointment and candidates must have current NYS basic course for police officer certification.
Must possess a valid NYS Driver's License.
In addition to meeting the minimum qualifications, the preferred candidate would also possess experience in the direct provision of services which may include the care, review, investigation, assessment, treatment, or case planning for person(s) in facilities or programs covered by the Protection of People with Special Needs Act of 2012, which includes facilities or providers providing care to vulnerable persons within the State Oversight Agencies (SOA). The SOA agencies include the NYS Office of Mental Health, NYS Office for People with Developmental Disabilities, NYS Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services, NYS Office of Children and Family Services, NYS Department of Health, and NYS Education Department.
Duties Description •Perform pre-adjudication investigations and assist other investigators. Trace, interview, and subpoena witnesses, victims, and suspects in civil cases; obtain statements, documents and related evidence for use in court.
Conduct investigations of a wide variety of civil complaints, including such areas as: allegations of abuse and/or neglect, financial and death investigations.
Examine court, public and governmental records needed for investigation; in the preparation of evidence for trial by taking photographs, preparing diagrams, charts, etc.
Assist in the investigation of criminal offenses.
Prepare narrative reports to effectively communicate the results of investigations to appropriate parties.
Coordinate the appearance of witnesses at adjudication proceedings and explain procedures to them.
Testify in adjudication proceedings concerning evidence gathered in investigations.
Serve as a liaison and coordinate investigative activities with investigators and law enforcement officers from various agencies.
Serve civil process documents; make recommendations regarding case disposition.
Operate computers, photographic and recording equipment, and other related investigative equipment and resources.
Respond to incident scenes to collect evidence and interviews witnesses, victims or suspects.
Serve as lead investigator on complex and/or critical investigations.
Additional Comments The New York State Justice Center for the Protection of People with Special Needs (Justice Center) is charged with protecting over one million New Yorkers under the care or jurisdiction of six state agencies. The following list outlines several of the Justice Center's key responsibilities:
Advocate on behalf of individuals with disabilities and provide oversight of quality of care.
Operate a centralized, statewide 24-hour hotline and incident reporting system staffed by trained personnel.
Operate a statewide register that contains the names of individuals found responsible for egregious or repeated acts of abuse or neglect.
Centralize and perform functions relating to criminal history background checks.
Investigate serious allegations of abuse and neglect.
Prosecute criminal acts of abuse and neglect.
Analyze abuse patterns and trends in order to prevent future occurrences.
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Associate Athletics Director Of Internal Affairs - Athletics
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Associate Athletics Director for Internal Affairs
Department of Intercollegiate Athletics
Southeast Missouri State University seeks applicants for a 12-month, full-time position of Associate Athletics Director for Internal Affairs. This position reports to the Director of Athletics.
Performs all duties of the Senior Woman Administrator for NCAA and conference matters and represents the institution at conference meetings
Provides direct oversight of facilities & event management, sports medicine, and strength & conditioning
Serves as primary sport administrator for at least 3 sports
Provides leadership and support for Title IX and gender equity initiatives and issues
Serves as liaison between department and Human Resources
Assists with long range planning to help ensure the department achieves goals
Develops, implements, and assesses key initiatives and actions to achieve departmental goals
Builds and sustains relationships with a wide variety of constituents across the department and the University
Reviews and revises departmental policy and procedure manual
Coordinates professional development opportunities for coaches and staff
Attends home and away athletic events as required
Master's degree or equivalent
Evidence of effective leadership in athletics and the ability to motivate others
Ability to work in a fast-paced environment with frequent interruptions while under pressure of meeting deadlines
Demonstrated ability to work effectively with coaches, students, faculty, community and media
Ability to work evening and weekend hours
Strong interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills
Demonstrated experience and understanding of customer service
Demonstrated commitment to a diverse work environment, including working with multi-cultural populations and an understanding of, and sensitivity to, issues affecting women and minorities
Required Information & Deadline:Application Deadline: To ensure full consideration, application materials must be received by July 17, 2018. The position is available immediately and will remain open until filled.
Required Information: Submit the following items online by clicking on the APPLY button at the top of the page:
Letter of interest addressing position requirements
Names and contact information of professional references may be requested at a later date
Medical Complaint Investigator ∞ (Maplewood, MN)
At 3M, we apply science in collaborative ways to improve lives daily. With $30 billion in sales, our 90,000 employees connect with customers all around the world.
3M has a long-standing reputation as a company committed to innovation. We provide the freedom to explore and encourage curiosity and creativity. We gain new insight from diverse thinking, and take risks on new ideas.
Here, you can apply your talent in bold ways that matter.
3M is seeking a Medical Complaint Investigator for the Health Care Business Group (HCBG) located in Maplewood, MN. At 3M, you can apply your talent in bold ways that matter. Here, you go.
The person hired for the position of Medical Complaint Investigator will assume responsibility for the complete situational investigation relative to the alleged product injury complaints. Assure appropriate prioritization and timely reporting of complaints. Assure compliance with all Food and Drug Administration (FDA) regulations and internal procedures related to medical complaint reporting.
Primary Responsibilities include but are not limited to the following:
Contacting health care professionals, end user customers, and/or internal 3M contacts to conduct a situational investigation relative to product complaints alleging injury
Leveraging nursing knowledge (e.g. regarding medical procedures, anatomy, physiology, surgical procedures, and products) to determine FDA reporting applicability and to escalate alleged injury product complaints to Medical Affairs
Establish rapport with customers and/or 3M Sales Representatives to determine potential cause of injury, follow up with customer to inquire about product use, and collect incident information
Create clear and complete documentation of the entire investigation and communicate as appropriate.
Initiate FDA Medwatch form and complete electronic transmission of data to the FDA
Monitors and tracks key operational data trending
Works with cross-functional groups (Quality Engineers, Medical Complaint Investigators) as required
For additional information, please visit: https://www.3m.com/3M/en_US/health-care-us/
This position provides an opportunity to transition from other private, public, government or military environments to a 3M career.
Bachelor's degree in Nursing (completed and verified prior to start) from an accredited institution
Minimum of four (4) years of combined clinical and/or product experience in Perioperative, Emergency Medicine, Critical Care, Medical Device and/or Pharmaceutical environment(s) (private, public, government or military)
Current/unrestricted Nursing license in any state
Bachelor's degree or higher (completed and verified prior to start) from an accredited institution
Experience with FDA regulations and MedWatch submissions
Experience with analyzing, determining root cause and/or assisting with resolution of complex issues
Self-directed and comfortable with a transactional goal structured position
Experience working on a cross functional team
Highly attentive to detail
Excellent communications skills (oral, written and presentation)
Microsoft Office proficient
Location: Maplewood, MN
Travel: May include up to 10% domestic
Relocation: Is not authorized
Must be legally authorized to work in country of employment without sponsorship for employment visa status (e.g., H1B status).
Learn more about 3M's creative solutions to the world's problems at www.3M.com or on Twitter @3M.
3M is an equal opportunity employer. 3M will not discriminate against any applicant for employment on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability, or veteran status.
Please note: your application may not be considered if you do not provide your education and work history, either by: 1) uploading a resume, or 2) entering the information into the application fields directly.
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Equal Opportunity Complaint Investigator
Job Title Equal Opportunity Complaint Investigator Position Number 929945 Vacancy Open to All Candidates Department AAH Office for Equity and Diversity Department Homepage www.ecu.edu/oed Advertising Department OFFICE FOR EQUITY & DIVERSITY Division Academic Affairs Classification Title Program Specialist Working Title Equal Opportunity Complaint Investigator Number of Vacancies 2 Full Time Equivalent (FTE) 1.0 Full Time or Part Time Full Time Recruitment Range Commensurate with Qualifications Position Location (City) Greenville Position Type Non-Faculty Job Category No Response Organizational Unit Overview
The Office for Equity and Diversity provides leadership to university's efforts to foster a welcoming and inclusive environment. The office promotes equity in educational opportunity, programming and employment and promotes an environment of diversity, respect and inclusion for all members of the university community.
The Equal Opportunity Complaint Investigator is responsible for the resolution of complaints of discrimination and harassment based on a University protected class and will ensure effective and efficient management of complaints. The position reports to the Title IX Compliance Officer and is responsible for the following job duties and responsibilities.
Intake complaints and assess appropriate resolution process and procedural protocol to be followed. Provide consultation and education to students, faculty, and/or staff on harassment, discrimination, sexual misconduct, interpersonal violence, related retaliation, policies, procedures, and options for resolution of complaint matters.
Investigate complaints of discrimination and harassment filed by students, staff, faculty, or visitors in compliance with federal and state laws, executive orders, and University policies and procedures. Process within specific time constraints investigations, analyses, and report findings and conclusions of complaints filed with the OED. Ensure effective, efficient, thorough and impartial investigations while ensuring attention to detail and accuracy regarding facts, relevance, and investigation documentation.
Investigation duties will include, but not limited to: develop an investigation plan, analyze complaint to identify allegations, interviewing complainant and respondents, identify and interview witnesses, identify and collect relevant documentation, appropriately document interviews and other investigation findings according to the OED investigation process format, and analyze information gleaned from investigation to determine findings.
Conduct a thorough and well-documented investigative process by gathering and documenting evidentiary material. Maintain accurate and thorough records and notes of investigatory process. Develop comprehensive, unbiased written reports that include a written analysis and findings from the complaint investigation to the appropriate University office or administrator in accordance with applicable University policies and the OED investigation process format.
Provide regular updates to the Associate Provost and OED Case Management team about case management approach, status, and progress.
Prepare materials for, assist with, and participate in appeals hearings, as assigned.
Facilitate, within specific time constraints, informal resolution of complaints, when appropriate. Document efforts and conclusion of informal resolution.
Interact with students, faculty, managers, administrators, and employees at all levels of the University in performing investigative and informal resolution duties. Collaborate with the Office of the University Counsel with investigations involving the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, Office of Civil Rights, and North Carolina Office of State Human Resources complaints, as well as complaints raised by other applicable outside agencies, organizations, and constituencies.
Collaborate with key partners in the University community (i.e., Dean of Students, Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities, ECU Police Department, Human Resources, Office of Internal Audit), as appropriate.
Serve as one of the subject matter experts on equity and diversity matters and related policies and procedures. Review and propose to the Associate Provost updates to University harassment and discrimination policies and procedures to ensure compliance with equal opportunity laws and regulations. Work collaboratively with OED staff to provide content for marketing, communication, education and training.
Provide education and training to students, faculty and staff on issues of prohibited harassment or discrimination, including sexual harassment and sexual violence, as assigned.
Provide other services as assigned.
1.Masters, J.D., or Advanced Degree; or Bachelor's degree with relevant education and experience. All degrees should be from appropriately accredited institutions.
2.Demonstrated experience in conducting investigations.
3.Ability to work in a culturally diverse environment and interact with culturally diverse individuals at all levels of the organization.
4.Evidence of excellent written and oral communication, and human relations/interpersonal skills.
5.Evidence of necessary analytical skills to determine whether a policy violation occurred by the applicable standard of evidence.
License or Certification Required by Statute or Regulation
Preferred Experience, Skills, Training/Education
1.At least 3 years of experience conducting investigations in a higher education setting.
2.At least 3 years of experience interpreting federal and state equal opportunity laws and regulations.
Special Instructions to Applicant
East Carolina University requires applicants to submit a candidate profile online in order to be considered for the position. Applicants should submit (1) a cover letter that outlines how their experience and qualifications specifically align to this position, (2) a curriculum vitae/resume, (3) two redacted writing samples related to an investigation, (4) a redacted sample investigation plan related to an investigation, and (5) a list of three references, including contact information, online.
Additionally, applicants should arrange for three letters of recommendation that speak directly to their qualifications for this position to be submitted directly to:
Search Committee Chair
East Carolina University
Office for Equity & Diversity
Old Cafeteria Bldg Suite G406
Greenville, NC 27858
Additional Instructions to Applicant
In order to be considered for this position, applicants must complete a candidate profile online via the PeopleAdmin system and submit any requested documents. Additionally, applicants that possess the preferred education and experience must also possess the minimum education/experience, if applicable.
Job Open Date 04/11/2018 Open Until Filled Yes Job Close Date - Positions will be posted until 11:59 p.m. EST on this date. If no closing date is indicated, the position may close at any time after the initial screening date. Initial Screening Begins 04/25/2018 Rank Level Quick Link for Direct Access to Posting http://ecu.peopleadmin.com/postings/14981 AA/EOE
East Carolina University is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer and seeks to create an environment that fosters the recruitment and retention of a more diverse student body, faculty, staff and administration. We encourage qualified applicants from women, minorities, veterans, individuals with a disability, and historically underrepresented groups. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to their race/ethnicity, color, genetic information, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, disability, political affiliation, or veteran status.
Individuals requesting accommodation under the Americans with Disabilities Act Amendments Act (ADAAA) should contact the Department for Disability Support Services at (252) 737-1016 (Voice/TTY).
Eligibility for Employment
Final candidates are subject to criminal & sex offender background checks. Some vacancies also require credit or motor vehicle checks. ECU participates in E-Verify. Federal law requires all employers to verify the identity and employment eligibility of all persons hired to work in the United States.
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