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Ethics and Compliance Hotline Coordinator & Investigator

Government and Military

Criminal Investigator


Falls Church, Virginia, United States

Job Summary

This is a hybrid position with candidate able to work on site in Chantilly, VA when needed.

The Ethics and Compliance Hotline Coordinator & Investigator works closely with the Chief Ethics & Compliance Officer in the operational execution of ethics and compliance related initiatives and activities in support of the Company’s global Ethics and Compliance Program.
Principal Responsibilities
• Manages the Company’s Ethics Hotline and Case Management System; assigns internal investigations; oversees the progression of assigned internal investigations; and provides oversight of the integrity of the data in the case management system.
• Provides assistance and guidance to HR, Business Units, and all other personnel on matters related to investigations and compliance.
• Conducts internal investigations into potential allegations of misconduct utilizing proven and acceptable investigative techniques.
• Prepares comprehensive investigative plans and reports for review by Chief Ethics and Compliance Officer.
• Recommends corrective actions in partnership with the Chief Ethics and Compliance Officer, HR Leads, and operational leadership.
• Prepares and analyzes ethics hotline metrics to identify patterns of ethics and compliance risk.
• Develops and refines ethics and compliance policies, procedures, and practices.
• Develops ethics and compliance training, communication, and awareness initiatives.
• Advises employees on ethics/compliance related issues.
• Promotes company-wide adherence to Amentum’s Code of Conduct.
• Be an ethical role model for the organization.
• Performs other duties as assigned.

Knowledge & Skills
• Ability to manage and protect all company confidential, sensitive and proprietary information and data.
• Ability to identify and define problems and pose possible solutions.
• Excellent organizational skills and ability to multi-task.
• Excellent interpersonal and communication skills with the ability to effectively interface with all levels of the organization.
• Ability to produce charts, spreadsheets and power point presentations relative to investigations and investigative metrics.
• Ability to produce quality investigative reports.
• Experience performing investigations of sensitive nature.
• Ability to identify trends and assist in developing training and communication to mitigate future issues and risk.
• Self starter with the ability to effectively prioritize workload with minimal supervision.
• Demonstrates proficiency in Microsoft applications, especially Word and Power Point.
• Demonstrates pattern of exceptional personal conduct
• Works independently with good decision-making skills.

Physical Requirements/Working Environment
Works in normal office environment with controlled temperature and lighting conditions.
Travel- ability and willingness to travel if necessary.

Minimum Requirements

Experience & Education
• Bachelor's degree in a related field or the equivalent combination of formal education, experience, and training
• Five (5) years of progressive experience in case management, human resources, or internal investigations.
• Experience investigating allegations of employee misconduct, corporate improprieties, and EEO claims preferred.

Preferred Qualifications

Case Management experience or Case Management Software preferred.