Senior Investigation Officer
Salary GBP 27,000 - GBP 30,000
Our client is the world's leading professional body for qualifications and standards in land, property, infrastructure and construction.
This job is a key position with responsibility for ensuring that our client meets its obligations to deliver effective self-regulation. You will be responsible for managing a complex caseload, and investigating reports of potential misconduct. Owning and managing your caseload, you will prioritise and progress your cases according to risk, with the added responsibility of engaging with the member and complainant and updating them on the progress of your investigation. It is vital you keep investigations moving in line with KPIs and quality assurance measures.
- Maintaining performance against KPIs and customer service standards
- Use appropriate risk-based strategies to investigate reports of misconduct and professional service standards
- Engage with firms, professionals and members through desk-based investigation, and visit them (as and when appropriate)
- Collate and critically analyse information on reported conduct issues in a timely manner to identify risks and decide what action, if any, should be taken using sound judgement based on our client's Professional Standards, Conduct Rules, and By-Laws
- Draft paper-based reports for decision makers, and Panels, with clear recommendations on outcome, which are evidence-based and demonstrate sound analysis of the issues
- Work collaboratively across the Regulation Operations to ensure a joined-up approach to regulation, enforcement and decision making
- Establish credibility with firms, professionals and members, and internal stakeholders
- Investigation experience from a comparable regulator and/or previous experience in dealing with risk, compliance and regulatory matters
- Experience of drafting documents to a high-quality standard
- Experience in managing and progressing a complex and high caseload
- Experience in leading complex investigations and taking ownership for decision making
- Experience of influencing and constructively challenging internal and external stakeholders
- Experience of working in an environment where priorities change at short notice
- Experience of working well under direction and autonomously, and collaborating as part of a functional and cross-functional team
If you feel that this role is for you, please send your CV with a supporting statement (no more than 2 x A4 sides) which demonstrates how you meet the requirements of the role.
Closing date for completed applications: Friday 23 February 2018 at 17:00.
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