Do you have a passion to help ministries address problems in a redemptive way? Do you desire to honor God by caring for people well? Do you value justice to both those who have been harmed and those accused? Is finding the truth important to you?
Telios Law seeks an investigator with 5–10 years of relevant experience for a full–time position. This could include employment investigations, child abuse allegations, law enforcement investigations, investigations for lawsuits, or psychological evaluations.
Telios Law advises on and supervises many child abuse and workplace misconduct investigations, particularly for ministries but also for businesses. The investigator will handle components of investigations that may include: working with clients; factual research; reviewing records; assisting with investigative interviews; drafting documents, memos, reports; and making potential reports to proper authorities. The investigator must be comfortable working on a team. This position requires substantial client and public contact in the form of meetings, phone calls, and emails. This position will also require travel during active investigations.
Relevant Traits and Skills: sound judgment, respect for others, self–starter, organized, good people skills, good writing skills, analytical, ability to be objective, collaborative, attentive to detail, likes autonomy, considerate, high achiever, desire to help others succeed, and cheerful.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities for Investigator
- Communicates well and promptly with team members;
- Handles confidential files with great discretion;
- Is proficient on all firm computer programs – Office365, Adobe, and others (training is available);
- Understands and contributes to general file maintenance and organization;
- Drives an investigation to completion with redemptive action;
- Conducts interviews with strong sense of pursuing truth;
- Drafts MOIs, Memos, Reports, and SOFs as needed;
- Treats others professionally and with respect and dignity;
- Helps create Templates, Work Flows, and Investigative Processes; and
- Works on client projects and other work duties as needed.
- Bachelor’s Degree;
- Professional interviewing skills and experience;
- Personal or professional knowledge of Christian religious organizations and how they function;
- Strong writing skills;
- Strong communication skills (will use email, phone, Zoom, and in–person);
- Attention to detail and the ability to follow complex instructions (verbal and written);
- Cross–cultural experience a definite plus;
- Experience with abuse and/or discrimination issues a plus;
- Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite preferred, including expertise with Styles (must be learned);
- Proficiency with Adobe Acrobat preferred (must be learned);
- Proficiency with Excel preferred;
- Comfort level in handling complex projects, directions, and changing elements without getting lost or overwhelmed;
- Occasional flexibility in daily work schedule to meet firm’s needs during periods of heavy workload; and
- Some travel expected, with potential of international travel on rare occasions.
Telios Law is a small but growing firm that works locally, nationally, and internationally. Our office is in Monument, Colorado in a beautiful chalet–style building on the ridge of the Palmer Divide. We are half an hour from Colorado Springs, an hour from Denver, and about two hours from the ski resorts and other mountain activities. Telios Law is actively involved with CLS, Thomas More Society (on pro–life cases), ADF, the Child Safety and Protection Network, and Missio Nexus.
Benefits include health insurance (qualified HRA), 401K, and flexible hours/time in office. Salary is competitive, and we offer production bonuses. Telios Law has a hybrid schedule for all full–time employees.
Salary ranges from $55,000 – $70,000 depending on experience.
Relevant websites are telioslaw.com, teliosteaches.com, and teliosinvestigations.com. A sense of our investigative work is captured in Handling Allegations in a Ministry: Responses and Investigations, by Theresa Sidebotham
Supervisor Contact Information:
Please send your completed application, resume, and cover letter to Theresa Sidebotham at email@example.com or by mail to Telios Law, P.O. Box 3488, Monument, CO 80132.