The RMNI Ethics & Compliance group administers the Company’s global ethics and compliance program, including initiatives such as compliance monitoring, training, and investigations; privacy and risk assessments; and third-party due diligence. As an Investigator, Ethics & Compliance, you’ll be working on the front lines to protect the Company and ensure that RMNI personnel act with integrity in all aspects of our business. In this role, you’ll handle a variety of compliance investigations worldwide relating to RMNI’s Code of Business Conduct and Ethics and other applicable policies.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
As directed by the Corporate Counsel, Ethics & Compliance, the Investigator, Ethics & Compliance will perform and/or assist with the following duties:
- Conduct compliance investigations, including preparing investigation plans; obtaining, reviewing, and analyzing evidence; interviewing subjects and witnesses; preparing investigation memoranda and reports; and maintaining investigation records.
- Manage an individual caseload and be accountable for prompt and thorough completion of all investigative tasks.
- Perform and/or direct computer forensic reviews and electronic evidence-gathering.
- Research applicable policies, rules, and statutes.
- Utilize case management tools to document investigation case milestones.
- Partner with stakeholders in Human Resources, Security and other departments to ensure that investigations in all regions are handled fairly, consistently, and in a timely manner.
- Identify and assess potential risk areas and champion awareness and remediation of the same.
- Leverage technologies to improve and scale the internal investigations program and processes.
- Attend professional development courses and seminars to stay abreast of industry trends.
- May perform additional duties and responsibilities as assigned.
- Bachelor’s degree.
- J.D. degree preferred.
- This is a remote position and can be based anywhere in the United States
- 5+ years’ investigative experience, preferably in a corporate or government setting.
- Intellectual Property, Employment Law, or Litigation experience preferred.
- Tech industry background a plus.
- Exercises sound and independent judgment and maintains confidentiality.
- Highly organized and detail-oriented.
- Flexible and capable of managing multiple and shifting priorities.
- Collegial with strong interpersonal skills and emotional intelligence.
- Able to influence, collaborate, and communicate with stakeholders, teammates and personnel at all levels of the organization regarding highly sensitive matters.
- Executes despite ambiguity or incomplete information.
- Willing to learn and open to constructive guidance and feedback.
- Intermediate business writing ability.
- Sense of urgency in completing tasks and capable of meeting tight deadlines when required.
- Ability to perform the essential functions of the position as described and as modified from time to time based on the needs of the Company.