Allegis Group, Inc

Employment Screening Analyst

Job Locations US-MD-Hanover
Job ID
Human Resources
Regular Full-Time


Job Summary:


As a member of Allegis Group’s Corporate HR Shared Services department, the Employment Screening Analyst is responsible for providing customer service to our corporate, field offices and collocated service centers across all our Operating Companies for any employment screening related items. This is including but not limited to, employment background screenings, drug and alcohol testing and medical exams. In addition, the Employment Screening Analyst will assist with providing analytics to monitor Operating Company compliance to Company policies and move the Program forward. This position will support the US and Canadian Employment Screening Programs. 


Essential Functions:

  • Respond to escalated issues pertaining to background checks, drug and medical testing, & alias emails.
  • Evaluate completed background investigation results and determine candidates’ eligibility for employment based on Allegis Group, Client, State and Federal law, and Fair Credit Reporting Act (“FCRA”) requirements.
  • Advise operating companies as necessary as it relates to client’s employment screening requirements.
  • Review Service Agreements to determine testing requirements and ability to comply with client requirements.
  • Complete/prepare exhibit B addendums for specialty panels.
  • Assist with eScreen integration support for drug and medical screening programs.
  • Administration of random drug testing programs.
  • Complete InfoPath forms for Aerotek Client Requirement Guide, and other InfoPath processes to support the program
  • Establish new vendor accounts, employment screening packages or drug test panels as needed.
  • Work with compliance teams on any regulatory updates needed for background check forms and workflow changes within onboarding automation systems, including but not limited to IBM/Kenexa and SmartERP.
  • Understand and perform job related duties within the onboarding automated systems (HRM) or Applicant Tracking Systems (ATS) including but not limited to IBM/Kenexa, Brass Ring and SmartERP.
  • Maintain and update user access to vendor sites.
  • Conduct audits of background packages, and drug & background alternative vendors
  • Make updates to training materials and documents.
  • Provide training and education to field offices and corporate partners on vendor systems and policies and processes.
  • Provide support to/partner with Operating Company Compliance Groups and Health & Safety Managers.
  • Assist with office escalations and support as needed for our employment screening coordinators.
  • Support Ad Hoc projects as necessary



Minimum Education and/or Experience:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources, Business or Criminal Justice preferred
  • 3-5 years practical business experience in operations and/or human resources
  • Knowledge of FCRA, EEOC and drug testing state laws
  • Knowledge of HR Compliance Programs


  • Strong initiative, willingness to make change and drive accountability
  • Strong problem solving and work prioritization/multi-tasking skills
  • Strong attention to detail
  • Strong customer service skills
  • Ability to communicate with all levels of the organization, both written and verbal
  • Must be proficient in Microsoft Excel and Word
  • Ability to effectively work in a team-oriented environment that is open, honest and competitive

Core Competencies:

  • Customer Service
  • Building Relationships
  • Business Knowledge / Organizational Acumen
  • Self-Motivation/Self Starter
  • Leading Self and Others


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