Intel Corporate Compliance and Fraud Investigator in Folsom, California
Corporate Services CS provides Intel employees the infrastructure and environment to create breakthrough technology that make amazing experiences possible. Our scope is vast, whether we are providing services that help employees stay productive and satisfied, or transforming how we work by providing ultra-pure water/chemicals to factory process tools, shuttling employees between sites, protecting the environment, keeping employees safe, or building and maintaining offices, labs, and factories. Our employees create a better tomorrow for all Intel employees around the world.
Primary Job Duties:
Corporate Security's mission is to provide a safe and secure environment for our people and assets. This position will focus on in-depth Corporate Security investigations including, but not limited to internal investigations into allegations of employee misconduct, Code of Conduct violations, misuse of company assets, thefts, suspected credit card and or expense frauds/abuses, inappropriate internet usage, copyright violations, and a variety external issues such as Marketing Program, Supplier, Distributor, Construction, or Procurement related frauds and/or abuses as well as other matters as directed by the Event Security Technical Investigations Manager.
All Investigations will be conducted in accordance with company processes and in accordance with Intel's Investigators Code of Conduct. Investigative processes often require partnering with various personnel including, but not limited to other Corporate Security personnel, Human Resources, inside and outside council, technical forensic investigators, and law enforcement. Investigator may be required to assess and implements investigative programs, make recommendations to Corporate Security management relating to security effectiveness, efficiency, and continuous improvements.
May also be required to supervise covert operations on and off site and/or provide oversight of third parties that may be contracted to support investigations on Intel's behalf. In doing so Investigator will ensure that these investigation are conducted in accordance with Intel's investigative standards.
Investigations will be concisely documented to support a clear understanding of the issue and supporting facts so that management or other stakeholders can formulate necessary decisions. Supporting evidence will be collected and preserved in a manner to ensure its integrity and usefulness in future actions if needed.Investigator will develop and maintains contact with Law Enforcement LE Agencies at the local, state and federal levels. Provide witness statements and/or evidence to external Law Enforcement agencies or courts as\ part of the investigative process.
This is a salaried "exempt" position. Core hours are 8-5 M-F, but will require flexibility to cover both expected and unexpected events or investigations that will come up at inconvenient times during evenings, weekends, and holidays.
Corporate Security is part of a larger Corporate Services organization that provides the infrastructure for every aspect of Intel's business.Position will require travel.
Minimum Qualification (Critical Skills):
A minimum of 6 years professional law enforcement, private security, corporate security or military background with preferred experience in financial, technical, and/or organized crime investigations, knowledge of criminal law, knowledge of surveillance techniques and case file management.
Ability to prioritize and manage multiple cases while maintaining the standard of quality required for successful closure/resolution
Ability to apply effective interview/interrogation skills along with familiarity with investigative principles, and documentation and evidence protocol.
Ability to build working relationships with internal entities/customers as well as external LE.
Ability to utilize enhanced analytical tools to test data sets for potential fraud indicators
Application of workplace response team techniques to specific situations in order to ensure a safe and secure work environment
Ability to lead and direct covert operations, to include the development and management of confidential sources, surveillance, coordinating different security / legal disciplines operations, systems, legal
Knowledge and ability to use databases to track and or identify criminal enterprises.
General technical skills and knowledge of computer systems and components
Knowledge of criminal law, work place violence patterns and early warning signs.
Ability to identify security gaps / controls weakness and recommend improvements
Ability to maintain strict confidentiality and follow applicable Privacy Laws, policies and guidelines.
Excellent interpersonal communication skills, including the ability to build working relationships with internal and external partners, including law enforcement
Excellent written communication and report writing skills.
Proficient with computers and comfortable working with technology: proficient with Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
Must have permanent right to work in the US with no sponsorship.
Preferred Skills / Qualifications:
Certified Fraud Examiner CFE - Certified Information Privacy Professional IAPP
Proficient in the use of database programs such as MS Access
Formal interviewing/interrogation training
Prior Intel experience and knowledge of Intel Security procedures, standards and specs
Inside this Business Group
As the world's largest chip manufacturer, Intel strives to make every facet of semiconductor manufacturing state-of-the-art -- from semiconductor process development and manufacturing, through yield improvement to packaging, final test and optimization, and world class Supply Chain and facilities support. Employees in the Technology and Manufacturing Group are part of a worldwide network of design, development, manufacturing, and assembly/test facilities, all focused on utilizing the power of Moore’s Law to bring smart, connected devices to every person on Earth
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