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centric private investigating firm seeks Field Investigator to work under
general supervision, investigating suspicious workers compensation claims from
various corporate clients. Duties including but not limited to: monitoring and
videotaping various individuals as they conduct their normal day-to-day
activities. The position is both journalistic and investigative and centers
around filming, note taking and detained report rendering on the activities
captured by the investigator. Candidate must have great intuition and the
ability to process many mitigating factors during the course of the
investigation. Decisions are expected to be made in an accurate and timely
manner and in the best interest in preserving the confidentiality of the
assignment in question.
Must have good
computer skills, and be able to pass DMV, pre-employment physical and
background check. Must be able to work 50 to 55 hours per week (those hours
include the travel time), able to work weekends, some holiday’s , and be a
morning person. Must have a bachelors degree, or working towards. Only serious
All equipment is
provided: Vehicle, laptop, phone, DSL.
Company pays half
towards a health plan of your choice, 401K plan after 6 months of service with
our company matching and vested at day 1, competitive vacation/holiday/sick
policy, and tuition reimbursement.
$11.00/hr. (Pay is from the minute you leave your home to the minute you get
back (overtime/doubletime). $38,000 to $40,000
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pledges to you that you will always have a seasoned, professional investigator working
on your case.
There have been many cases where we
have received requests to "clean up" a surveillance that has gone bad. In these instances another investigative company was
hired to conduct surveillance and the results were less than satisfactory. Liberty Investigative Services was then hired to
conduct a professional
surveillance on the same subject. In these instances, our results have always been better than the original investigative
company, even though the subject had become aware of surveillance efforts (which makes the surveillance much more difficult
to do successfully).
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