Now hiring the following positions
EXPERIENCED WORKPLACE INVESTIGATOR
IRM is looking to hire truly motivated Workplace Investigator on a part-time or contract capacity, to start immediately; however, it is anticipated that this position could turn into a full-time opportunity.
As a workplace investigator, you will work with of the IRM team investigating complaints involving alleged discrimination, harassment, retaliation and workplace bullying, and other misconduct. You will work both autonomously and collaboratively with team members on investigations. You will conduct interviews, summarize allegations and record and obtain related evidence and making findings and drafting reports.
3+ years of experience conducting workplace investigations;
Demonstrable case-management, fact-finding, and analytical experience in the context of conducting workplace investigations;
A licensed private investigator in Ontario:
Excellent interpersonal skills, and written and verbal communication skills
Excellent time management skills, and ability to prioritize competing demands
Please apply in confidence by submitting a cover letter, resume and writing sample (preferably a redacted sample workplace investigation report).
Job Type: Contract
All compensation will be discussed in person through the appropriate interview process.
IRM is an equal opportunity employer.
SENIOR CAMERA INSTALLER
GREATER TORONTO AREA
As Investigative Risk Management continues to grow, our professional team of investigative specialists are seeking experienced Video Camera Installers for both overt and covert applications.
We are seeking experienced Installers / Technicians with a background of installing Video Surveillance and IP Surveillance Systems. Most work is covert in nature, may require deployment in remote areas and evening or night installs.
Must be able to Install, Program, Troubleshoot and Design Custom CCTV Covert Camera Systems. Install all required cabling and mounting all equipment for systems. The successful candidate must be able to provide operational training and answer questions while maintaining a professional and courteous customer relationship.
Complete technical knowledge of Analog, TVI and IP Security Camera Systems. Complete Knowledge of wiring terminations of CAT5E, RG59, 22-4 and 18-2 wiring.
Knowledge of DVRs & NVRs
Knowledge of LAN / WAN Networks
Knowledge of Modems, Routers & Network Switches
Basic Knowledge of Firewalls, Port Forwarding, NAT, DDNS, Network Programming, Etc.
Basic Knowledge of Low Voltage Power Wiring, 12V, 24V and AMPS.
Minimum 2 years experience
Must have your own tools and transportation.
Ability to work with confidential information exercising extreme discretion at all times.
Job Types: Part-time, Contract
Experienced Surveillance Investigators
Investigative Risk Management (IRM), is quickly being recognized as a leading national provider of Investigation Services. IRM provides innovative solutions through intelligence led investigations. Our 5 pillars of services enable our clients a one stop solution for all their investigative needs.
The Surveillance Investigator position requires experience, ability to follow detailed direction, above average computer skills and dedication. The successful candidate must be able to work diligently and report directly to a manager during the surveillance. An agricultural background is a definite asset.
Compensation: Commensurate with experience. We offer competitive wages and a kilometer (km) allowance. Competencies required to succeed
Excellent oral and written communication skills and the ability to write detailed, comprehensive reports.
An analytical thinker with advanced problem solving skills. Ability to approach a problem from different perspectives and explore all angles, using an investigative mindset.
Comfortable with the use of a computer, standard programs, and use of online data resources, etc.
Must be discreet and comfortable handling sensitive information.
Extremely organized, concise, and strong attention to detail.
Must work well independently with minimal supervision.
Use of a reliable motor vehicle that is suitable for surveillance.
Five years of experience conducting mobile surveillance for insurance claims and corporate investigations is an asset.
Knowledge of the agricultural market is an asset.
Completion of Investigator training/course, diploma/degree in criminology or agriculture; an asset.
Possession of a valid Manitoba Investigator license
All prospective employees must pass a background check