What is a Field Inspector?
Field Inspectors provide a visual inspection of property or other collateral, such as heavy equipment, computers, RV’s, boats, and other business-related items. These inspections are usually requested by a financial institution (bank, credit union, mortgage lender or insurance company) to verify and validate a business location.
Example: A lender wants verification of a business location, address, unit number, driver’s license, and a picture of the business owner. This process is completed through our Field inspection software which captures the map of the location as well as the longitude/latitude of the onsite location.
Rising fraud and white-collar crime has created an ever-increasing demand for Field Inspectors, who serve as the first line defense to prevent fraud.
Work Part-time or Full-time
Field Inspectors are independent contractors. Field Inspectors can work for several companies at the same time, performing a wide variety of inspections. Field Inspectors are the outsourcing solution that allows financial institutions to focus on their core business.
Field Inspectors Requirements:
- Customer service skills
- Professional integrity, self-motivated, ability to multi-task
- Computer Proficient
- Ability to operate a Cell Phone
- Pass a 3rd party certified background check
- Available to work weekdays, Monday-Friday
Thank you for your interest in becoming a part of our NationwideVSI team. We are always looking for qualified Field Inspectors. To learn more on, becoming a Field Inspector – Click here