A leader in the background screening industry, Accurate Background is trusted by organizations worldwide. We focus on the development of robust delivery and distribution tools through the use of technology to create a positive client and candidate employment screening experience. Our significant growth and ability to continuously win new business is largely based on the level of flexibility and customization our technology offers. Employers ranging from small businesses to Fortune 100 companies in a wide range of industries have chosen Accurate Background because of our ability to adapt and streamline their background screening program based on each client’s unique hiring process.
Our customizable technology solutions and experienced, forward-thinking executive leadership has lead to unprecedented growth. In fact, Accurate Background’s focus on technology and customer satisfaction has earned us nationwide recognition on Deloitte’s Technology Fast 500 in North America, HRO Today’s list of Top Screening Providers, and Workforce Management’s Hot List of Screening Providers.
Accurate Background continues to exceed expectations by offering an array of innovative and cutting-edge background check and credentialing products to meet the needs of human resource, loss prevention, and security/legal professionals in employment screening and vendor certification.
The Criminal Researcher is primarily responsible for processing Public Records products related to pre-employment background screening applications. This position is accountable for working within Accurate Background’s client guidelines as well as the Federal Credit Reporting Act’s (FCRA) regulations to provide minimal turnaround time and high quality results on background research requests.
Retrieves and enters a variety of information from various computer and web based systems related to an applicant’s history
Searches and retrieves information from files, computer records, and other documents
Locates information and documents quickly and accurately in accordance with applicable laws and procedures
Supplies timely updates and notifications of delays
Understands the court system and terminology, and interprets results
Communicates effectively with courts to retrieve additional information as needed
Performs duties and responsibilities as assigned
High School Diploma or GED required
Bachelor’s degree preferred – specializing in Criminal Justice a plus
1 to 3 years related work experience
Familiarity with FCRA a plus
Intermediate knowledge of word processing software, including MS Word, Outlook, and Excel
Strong familiarity with the internet, including internet research experience
Excellent analytical, written and verbal communication skills
Type 60 words per minute
Independent and detail oriented
Ability to work under constant deadlines
Teamwork oriented attitude
Comprehensive medical, dental and vision benefits
Supplemental benefit options
Paid time off
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, or other status protected by applicable law.