SIU Investigator – Part Time (Edmonton, Alberta, Canada)

Part Time

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Xpera Risk Mitigation and Investigation LPSIU Investigator – Part Time (Edmonton, Alberta, Canada)

As Canada’s largest national investigation and risk mitigation firm, we are always looking for the smartest minds to help us excel in the industry. We are currently recruiting a part time SIU Investigator to join our team in the Edmonton, Alberta area.

The SIU department provides investigative services, technical expertise, and is a resource for clients nationally. The SIU department’s vision is of world class performance and technical expertise dedicated to the appropriate investigation consistent with the highest standards of professional, ethical and legal conduct. The SIU department investigates files where there is a need for a more in-depth and specialized investigation beyond the scope of the client’s in-house availability and expertise. Where fact-finding is required, an SIU investigation is conducted in a fair, objective, thorough, timely and professional manner, enabling the client to objectively make a determination of the facts and circumstances, appropriately addressing fraudulent or non-meritorious matters, and facilitating the resolution of meritorious matters.

This is a casual position and hours fluctuate with the work load and time of the year.

Role Requirements:

  • 15+ years of investigative experience ideally in Regulatory, Workplace Investigations, Insurance Claims, and Theft Investigations.

    Consideration will also be given to those with significant expertise in one line of business based on experience .
  • Knowledge of legal processes and evidence collection.
  • Post-secondary education or equivalency in training.
  • Computer literate and able to adjust to new programs.
  • Possess an Alberta Private Investigators license
  • Willingness to travel in AB; 
  • Valid Driver’s license
  • Reliable vehicle and clean driving record
  • Skills Required:

  • Precision and attention to detail
  • Practiced in active listening and summarizing evidence and analytical assessments in order to provide solid and supportable conclusions/actions when required
  • Experienced in preparing and conducting recorded interviews
  • Ability to professionally and tactfully handle difficult conversations and confrontation.
  • Computer literate working with Microsoft word, Excel and Outlook
  • Above average analytical and report writing skills
  • Comfortable with discussing and providing solutions or recommendations to clients
  • Reading and understanding regulations/policies and applying them to investigations
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills in English
  • With 23 offices and 500+ subject matter experts across Canada, we have the most respected name in the industry. Working here, you will be empowered to achieve your goals and thrive on your own terms. Not only will you take collaboration to a whole new level, your work will be filled with exciting challenges and on-the-job learning every single day.

    SCM Insurance Services and affiliates welcome and encourage applications from people with disabilities. Accommodations are available on request for candidates throughout the recruitment and assessment process