About the Job
Becoming a Diversified Risk Management, Inc. Corporate Investigator is like no other career choice you have ever explored.
- It is exciting.
- It is rewarding.
- It is challenging.
- It is different.
- It is economically gratifying.
And every day you have a chance to serve Corporate America.
Corporate investigators are tasked with conducting sensitive investigations and for helping our clients reduce risk, improve morale and increase profits throughout North America. As an investigator you may work on matters including crimes against a business, elder abuse, corporate fraud, narcotics, burglary, cargo theft, employee misconduct, cyber crime, organized crime, white-collar crime, corporate corruption, financial crime, bribery, extortion, intellectual property theft, criminal activity, drug-trafficking matters, and other violations of sate and federal statutes
There is no such thing as a typical day for a DRM Corporate Investigator. Every day is different. One day you could be testifying in superior court, the next you could be working undercover and buying narcotics and gathering evidence, the next you could be meeting with law enforcement officials to exchange intelligence on illicit activities in the workplace, the next you could be conducting comprehensive interviews and recovering stolen property and facilitating an arrest with city law enforcement officials or federal government agents, and the next you could be back in the office meeting with other corporate investigators to discuss the objective of other new case and ongoing investigations and catching up on reports.
Learn more about becoming a DRM Undercover Corporate Investigator:
Diversified Risk Management, Inc. is seeking qualified and responsible candidates who are not apprehensive of challenges and are self-starters. The candidates should be highly motivated, organized, and have strong communication and people skills. We offer above average starting pay for both experienced and entry-level investigators. Candidates must be able to work all shifts, holidays and weekends if necessary. Once hired, employees may be required to travel 3-5 months at a time either out-of-state or work throughout California.
Undercover Corporate Investigators (operatives) primary job responsibilities will entail that they covertly obtain and report important information of interest to their assigned investigation supervisor. The information is communicated both verbally and electronically using an assigned laptop computer on a daily basis. In circumstances involving serious criminal matters, operatives will be under the controlled supervision of local, state, or federal law enforcement authorities in the primary jurisdiction. Every investigation will present new challenges for operatives. As an intricate member of the investigative team, operatives will gain knowledge and experience in many facets of workplace theft, and narcotics investigations. Often times, during an investigation an operative will make hand-to-hand buys of narcotics and stolen assets. These unique opportunities take years to secure if one were working in the public sector for a major metropolitan Police or Sheriff’s department.
- Must have flexible schedule
- Must possess a major credit card (debit card is not acceptable) for case related expenses. All approved expenses are reimbursable.
- Clear and accurate report writing skills are a must
- Bilingual (Spanish) skills a PLUS
- Must undergo a background check / drug test
- Computer skills are a must: Microsoft Office Word, and Outlook
Hourly compensation: $14.00-$22.00 Entry level position 40-50 hours per week. Job applicants must be able to work weekends, and holidays if necessary.
Investigator will be cross training in all facets of corporate investigations