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Background Investigator Level III (FT) - Wilmington, DE

Req #: 135965
Location: Bear, DE US
Job Category: Service Contract Act
Minimum Clearance Required: Favorable SSBI

Job Description

Under the general direction of a Supervisory Investigator, the incumbent conducts and reports a variety of types of investigations primarily involving Federal personnel operations. The work may require extensive travel on detail or itinerary and requires efficient planning of work and travel and the submission of timely and complete records for reimbursement and productivity evaluation. Incumbent may be reassigned, within grade, to Case Control and Review functions as the Officers workload or incumbent's developmental and training need require.   Duties and Responsiblities:   Conduct full field character investigations, which provide comprehensive coverage of basis suitability, loyalty and security, for approximately fifty Government agencies having some of the nation's most sensitive mission. These investigations are increasingly tailored to cover specific information needed by the employing agency to make enlightened selection decisions about which applicants are best fitted for particular positions. May obtain special coverage for such diverse positions as White House Fellows, attorneys, labor mediation officials, scientists employed by ERDA contractors, USIA overseas personnel and U S. Marshals.   Conducts suitability and limited suitability investigations initiated to resolve question of employment eligibility developed by National Agency Checks and Inquiries or arising from employment application. Assigned cases are of average complexity and normally will not involve prominent subjects or derogatory information of a highly sensitive nature.   Conduct special interviews designed to afford the subject of a suitability investigation full opportunity to explain or comment on derogatory or discrepant information. Skill, tact and discretion are necessary to assure protection of the subject's legal rights, while obtaining information needed to facilitate evaluation of the case and protecting the identity of sources who have furnished information on the matter to the Commission. Consults with supervisor on the formulation of special interview questions. Interviews conducted usually involve cases in which the materials facts are well documented and the primary purpose of the interview is to obtain subject's comments.   May investigate complaints of discrimination pertaining to Equal Employment Opportunity in the Federal service.  Normally, cases assigned are not anticipated to involve unusually complex issues or highly prominent individuals.   Conducts competitive qualification investigations on candidates for top Federal administrative and executive positions.  Investigative requirements vary on a case by case basis. 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.   The incumbent conducts comprehensive interviews with employers, associates, references and other knowledgeable individuals and reviews appropriate records to obtain the facts needed to resolve all material issues in a case or to establish the background, reputation, character, suitability or qualifications of the subject under investigation. The investigator has principal 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, enlarges, extends, cancels, or discontinues investigations as warranted, consistent with policies, procedures and instructions contained in the Investigator's Handbook. 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. EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE:   PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Job Location

US-Bear-DE-WILMINGTON


 

CACI employs a diverse range of talent to create an environment that fuels innovation and fosters continuous improvement and success. At CACI, you will have the opportunity to make an immediate impact by providing information solutions and services in support of national security missions and government transformation for Intelligence, Defense, and Federal Civilian customers. CACI is proud to provide dynamic careers for employees worldwide. CACI is an Equal Opportunity Employer - Females/Minorities/Protected Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities.

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