Associate investigators

Become an associate investigator

We are always on the lookout to partner with experienced and skilled workplace investigators in all Australian states and territories. We are seeking the right people to become associate investigators that we can recommend for investigations in other states or locally if we do not have the capacity to assist our clients.

Please note we are seeking fully licensed independent investigators not employees.

You must be fully licenced and have the appropriate insurances.

Do you have;

  • Your own investigation business
  • Extensive experience conducting workplace investigations
  • Appropriate state related investigation qualifications, licences & insurance
  • A desire to join a our team as an an associate
  • A law enforcement background is preferred by not essential.

For more details please contact us at enquiries@awpti.com.au

Phil O’Brien

Phil O’Brien

The principal of Australian Workplace Training and Investigation (AWPTI) Phil O’Brien is a highly experienced and skilled workplace investigator, Lawyer and former member of the NSW Police who can guide you through the minefield of workplace..

Jo Kamira (FAIM)

Jo Kamira (FAIM)

Has 30 years experience in investigations with expertise in workplace misconduct and diversity issues. This, coupled with her investigative background means she is a leading workplace investigator for complex and sensitive matters..

Craig Sams

Craig Sams

Has over 30 years investigation experience. He is employers’ investigator of choice in matters involving fraud, misconduct and indigenous issues. He has worked extensively for Commonwealth and State government, not for profit and private sector clients..

Andrew Patterson

Andrew Patterson

With in excess of 30 years experience Andrew has a wealth of knowledge and experience in government codes of conduct, workplace investigations, investigations management and training. Andrew is employers’ trainer of choice in matters concerning codes..