- Certified Fraud Examiner
- Employment Law
- Microsoft Word
- Microsoft Office
Solid reputation, passionate people and endless opportunities. That's Travelers. Our superior financial strength and consistent record of strong operating returns mean security for our customers - and opportunities for our employees. You will find Travelers to be full of energy and a workplace in which you truly can make a difference.
Working under moderate supervision, the Internal Investigator I is responsible for conducting timely, unbiased, and thorough investigations into allegations of misconduct including, but not limited to, misuse of company assets, fraud and other financial misconduct, loss of intellectual property, and workplace security incidents enterprise wide. This job does not manage others.
Primary Job Duties & Responsibilities
Performs tasks from detailed instructions and established procedures. Conducts timely, complex, and unbiased investigations involving allegations of serious misconduct involving employees, agents and vendors in accordance with Company policy and industry standards. Works with senior investigators in performing specific segments of the assignment, such as gathering data, conducting interviews, analyzing data for materiality and relevance, and making credibility determinations. Documents investigative findings in a Report of Investigation that is clear, concise and reaches conclusions based on the evidence. Briefs decision-makers on investigative findings and makes oral presentations. Conducts risk assessments into potential workplace violence and other threats to the workplace and executes agreed upon solutions. Assures appropriate retention of documentation relating to investigations, accurate and timely data entry into the case management system, and other post investigative tasks. Testifies in court or in administrative proceedings as needed. Other duties as assigned. Perform other duties as assigned.
Bachelor's degree in Criminal Justice, Finance, Human Resources, or equal experience required. Minimum 1 year experience conducting investigations or compliance investigations required. Minimum 1 year experience conducting investigations in the private sector is required. Intermediate knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) is required. Advanced written and oral communication skills are required. Intermediate analytical, data analysis and problem solving skills are required. Thorough knowledge of Interviewing techniques is required. Advanced active listening skills are required.
Education, Work Experience & Knowledge
CFE/CPA and/or experience conducting white collar crime investigations preferred. Juris Doctorate and/or knowledge of US employment law preferred. CIPP certification or knowledge of US and International privacy law preferred. Experience in conducting social media and public source investigations preferred. Demonstrated knowledge of investigation principles and techniques preferred.
Weekend work hours (Occasionally)
Operates standard office equipment (Frequently) Sitting (can stand at will) (Frequently) Standing (Occasionally) Use of Keyboards, Sporadic 10-Key (Frequently)
Equal Employment Opportunity Statement
Travelers is an equal opportunity employer.