CACI International Inc. is currently hiring a Background Investigator for Washington, DC.
Under the close direction of a Supervisory Investigator, the incumbent trainee conducts and reports record searches and investigations. The work may require travel on detail or itinerary and requires efficient planning of work and the submission of timely and complete records for reimbursement and productivity evaluations.
DUTIES & RESPONSIBLITIES:
As a trainee investigator, the incumbent assists in conducting and conducts background investigations, which provide comprehensive coverage of basic suitability, loyalty and security, for approximately fifty Government agencies having some of the nation's most sensitive missions. These investigations are increasingly tailored to obtain specific information needed by the employing agency to make enlightened selection and/or security clearance determinations. May obtain special coverage for such diverse positions as attorneys, labor mediation officials, scientists employed by the Department of Energy, and U. S. Marshalls.
Conducts investigations initiated to resolve questions of employment eligibility developed by National Agency Checks and Inquiries or arising from employment applications. Is assigned the less complex cases which do not involve prominent subjects or derogatory information of a highly sensitive nature. Assignments are carried out under close supervision and detailed guidance is provided.
May conduct the less complex qualification investigations on candidates for top Federal administrative and executive positions. These cases must be completed on a high priority schedule and involve in-depth interviews with key executives at all levels of government, private industry, academia and the professions.
Conducts comprehensive interviews with employers, associates, references and other knowledgeable individuals and reviews appropriate records to obtain the facts needed to establish the background, reputation, character, suitability or qualifications of the subject under investigation. The investigator is responsible for determining the number and selection of witnesses and the approach and line of questioning for each. Incumbent explores the most significant or promising leads, notes all pertinent facts and records and, under supervisory guidance, enlarges, extends, cancels, or discontinues investigations, consistent with policies, procedures and instructions contained in the Investigator's Handbook. With similar guidance prepares clearly worded requests for extensions of investigations containing relevant information the receiving investigator must have to conduct a competent investigation. Records and organizes information obtained and prepares grammatically correct and factual reports according to established format.
A bachelor's degree or equivalent experience, plus 0-2 years of experience
A sense of mission in support of national security initiatives
An impeccable work ethic, integrity, and can-do attitude
A current driver's license, reliable personal vehicle, and willingness to travel up to a 100-mile radius daily in support of assignments
A home office equipped with high-speed Internet
A personal computer compatible with Microsoft applications (e.g. Word and Excel), must be able to operate/use computer on a daily basis
Ability to walk, type, sit, or stand for long periods of time
Excellent time management skills
Exceptional written and oral communication skills, such as typing detailed reports 1-20 pages in length
Ability to pass a mandatory pre-employment drug test
Completion of a pre-selection process and a six-week OPM New Investigator Training course (includes three weeks in Chantilly, VA)
Must be able to obtain/maintain a favorable SSBI