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Organization TypePublic Interest
Years of Experience
Date Last Verified
ProfilePrinciple Investigator Duties: Investigate complaints of suspected improper workplace activity including work place claims of harassment, discrimination, retaliation and violation of policies and procedures for all locations. Conduct highly sensitive, critical, confidential and time sensitive investigations. Interview witnesses, analyze complex information, and conduct research and preparing reports of investigations. Interact with all levels, including senior internal and external personnel. Be responsible for providing accurate and timely oral and written reports of investigation activities to the Director of Investigations, Senior Vice President (SVP)/Chief Risk Officer, and other senior executives. Exercise judgment in selecting investigation methods, techniques and evaluation criteria for obtaining appropriate results. Report to the Director of Investigations and assist in overseeing PSJH's response regarding whistleblower complaints, administrative processes, claims of harassment, discrimination and retaliation filed under staff personnel policy and whistleblower policies. Collaborate with numerous PSJH employees including but not limited to other investigators, compliance personnel, Office of Legal Affairs, Human Resource Personnel, Internal Auditors, Police, and a variety of external representatives.
Qualification and Experience
Qualifications: Bachelor's degree. Law degree -or- advanced degree. 5 years of experience in fraud and abuse investigations. 5 years of experience in healthcare fraud. Demonstrated understanding of workplace investigations and process. Demonstrated ability to plan and organize a system-wide program requiring leadership and consensus building skills. Knowledge of the workings of the law enforcement community and the ability to establish contacts with the police, FBI, district attorney's office, and other regulatory/investigatory agencies. Demonstrated ability to work as a leader in a collaborative environment, to exercise good judgment, and to bring about consensus on sensitive and politically charged issues among groups possessing diverse options and requirements. Strong investigation background including interviewing skills and the ability to draw out information, interpret responses, and ferret out the truth. Highly developed technical skills in the conduct of complex and sensitive workplace misconduct investigations. Excellent oral and written communication skills that demonstrate the ability to effectively synthesize, convey and explain information to individuals of all levels of the organization. Demonstrated ability to draft clear, concise and logical reports, correspondence and summaries. Demonstrated ability to work independently and prioritize projects for completion in a timely manner and ability to work closely with the General Counsel's Office. Knowledge of the rules of evidence, federal and state laws protecting employees against harassment, discrimination, retaliation and employee privacy rights, etc. Ability to serve as a witness and perhaps, as an expert witness, for the organization in administrative hearings, depositions and in court trials. Excellent qualitative and analytical skills as shown by work experience that demonstrates ability to identify, analyze and investigate potential problems; propose and develop action plans; and implement plan to resolve identified issues. Ability to be an effective trainer both in a classroom setting and on the job. Demonstrated analytical skills. Demonstrated problem solving skills. Demonstrated ability to maintain confidential information. Ability to maintain a high degree of professionalism. Preferred: Coursework/training in workplace misconduct investigations. State Bar License in a states. Private Investigator (PI) License in a states.
Job Number: 163285