New Compensation Plan for Background Investigators

A good thing just got a whole lot better.

CACI, one of the largest background investigation firms in the world, started the new year with a new compensation plan for background investigators.

The new plan offers career stability for both credentialed and entry-level investigators, as well as the opportunity to earn extra income based on strong performance.

First, active credentialed background investigators should know that the new plan features $8,000 in signing and retention bonuses. That’s money in the bank just for starting what could be the best years of your professional career.

Second, the new plan offers a competitive base salary with realistic and achievable goals, plus additional earnings for high achievers. A clearly defined quarterly compensation plan tells you up front how you can add extra income to your paycheck.

Third, CACI has removed limits on overtime pay, which means background investigators who are hungry for more can choose to work as many hours as they want, earning time and a half for all hours over 40 per week.

Fourth, although travel outside of assigned areas is not mandatory, you can increase your income through volunteering for casework outside of your area or by working on special projects.

Fifth, you can now be promoted more quickly than ever. Background investigators with two consecutive months of performance that meet the requirements of the next level are promoted to that level. It’s that simple!

All CACI background investigators, both full time and part time, are eligible for CACI’s robust benefits package. But as an added bonus, credentialed investigators with experience on the contract get additional paid leave, just for bringing your experience to our mission.

CACI, recently ranked as a Fortune World’s Most Admired Company, offers many opportunities for background investigators. Apply today and start a career with one of the industry’s leading providers of federal investigative services.

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