Comcast Investigator 3, Security in Atlanta, Georgia

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Job Summary:

Responsible for performing investigations of alleged criminal or other activity that has or may have a negative impact on the Company. This includes employee or non-employee criminal activity as it relates to the Company as well as activity that violates company policy. Investigations involve, but are not limited to; theft of services, theft of company property, vandalism, forgery, embezzlement, workplace violence, assaults, burglary and physical security assessments. Exercises reasonable latitude in determining investigative techniques to

accomplish objectives. Investigative caseload is assigned by management. Has in-depth experience, knowledge and skills in own discipline. Usually determines own work priorities. Acts as resource for colleagues with less experience.

Core Responsibilities:

-Plans, organizes and conducts difficult and complex investigations of alleged suspected violations of laws and regulations concerning criminal and general investigations, fraud, and computer crimes and provides technical investigative services.

-Develops investigative strategy, interviews personnel and vendors, interrogates suspects for admissions, documents investigations with evidence so that criminal and/or civil procedures are facilitated.

-Maintains a liaison with the organization's Law Department and local, state and federal law enforcement agencies in order to achieve maximum results and support business efforts.

-Plans and conducts investigations, investigates suspected criminal activities which have significant impact on health, safety, operational mission, or fiscal/ethical integrity.

-Establishes links between suspects and other violators by piercing together evidence uncovered from a variety of sources.

-Analyzes and evaluates investigative progress to reassess priorities, leads and direction.

-Plans and directs surveillance as needed to determine places, persons, or activities to be observed, time required, and number of investigators needed.

-Recruits and utilizes informants.

-Plans and times surveillance, involving the use of local law enforcement agencies.

-Participates in joint task forces, coordinates investigative activity with other federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies as needed to resolve jurisdictional problems in accordance with established policies.

-Testifies before grand juries, courts and administrative hearing on investigation results.

-Prepares clear, comprehensive and cohesive investigative reports and statistical data in a timely manner.

- Evaluates the latest products and techniques in communications and other technical equipment utilized in investigations, and provides advice and consultations in their use.

-Organizes and maintains a library of locally developed and commercial software to support investigation programs.

- May act as a point of contact for outside vendors.

-Provides guidance regarding the obtaining and handling of circumstantial, cold, and/or fragmented evidence.

- Based on case results, recommends corrective action aligned with operational goals and objectives.

- Consistent exercise of independent judgment and discretion in matters of significance.

- Regular, consistent and punctual attendance. Must be able to work nights and weekends, variable schedule(s) and overtime as necessary.

- Other duties and responsibilities as assigned.

Job Specification:

- Bachelor's Degree or Equivalent

- Security Management, Criminal Justice

- Generally requires 5-7 years related experience

Comcast is an EOE/Veterans/Disabled/LGBT employer