HEO Investigator

Posted 7 March by Adecco UK Limited Easy Apply
Our client, a well known and successful organisation are looking to recruit a HEO Investigator to start ASAP for a period of 6 months. Sal £16.61 ph

The client are a law enforcement organisation that both investigate and prosecute cases. They currently employ around 400 staff and for a relatively small organisation, they lead the way in tackling economic crime.

Team Background:

Case Teams are multi-disciplinary, made up of investigators from a range of different backgrounds, lawyers, accountants and Counsel.

Purpose of the post:

Working within one of the Operational Divisions, the post holder will work as part of a multi-disciplinary team investigating cases of serious and complex fraud or bribery and corruption: helping to bring cases to timely and successful conclusions.

Other Requirements:

The HEO grade is considered a mobile grade, therefore, some travel may be required depending on business requirements. There will also be a requirement for some out of hours working for which reasonable notice will be given.

Key responsibilities:

*Taking an active part in the investigation, including developing lines of enquiry, gathering evidence.

*Prepare notices under Section 2 CJA 1987, POCA legislation and RIPA, for example to require individuals and companies to produce documents or answer questions.

*Participate in searches of business and residential premises working in conjunction with the police and/ or wider law enforcement community.

*Review large quantities of material to identify relevant information and progress lines of enquiry.

*Analyse financial records in order to identify relevant information and evidential material, along with an ability to understand and interpret the analysis in order to ask the right questions and present your findings.

*Planning and conducting interviews of victims, ordinary and professional witnesses and obtaining written statements on matters relevant to the investigation and planning and conducting the interviews of suspects.

*Attending and making appropriate contributions to case conferences to ensure the team is updated on relevant case information and has input into active lines of inquiry.

*Contributing to the disclosure process in order to satisfy the obligations of the Criminal Procedure and Investigations Act (1996). Assist in the construction of event and decision logs.

*Maybe required to give evidence in support of cases on the basis of work undertaken.

*Successful candidates may also be required to assist in the preparation for interviews of suspects under PACE 1984.

If this is the role for you, then apply today!
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
Adecco is an equal opportunities provider.

Adecco is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy. The Adecco Group UK & Ireland is an Equal Opportunities Employer.

Reference: 34627899

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