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ProfileAntitrust Investigator The candidate work in the Antitrust Section. Will be self-motivated with a proven ability to multi-task, analyze complex issues and complicated fact patterns, and gather relevant information through the use of a variety of sources including publicly-available information, witness interviews and subpoenaed documents and data. Duties include to: Conducts and assists with covert and overt investigations of anticompetitive activity for criminal and civil prosecution (e.g., conducts searches, interviews and surveillance; collects, inventories, examines, evaluates, and preserves evidence; assumes covert identities). Plans, executes, and coordinates investigative activities with federal, state, and/or local law enforcement agencies (e.g., assists prosecutors and law enforcement officers; prepares witnesses, obtains witness statements and affidavits; calculates victim damages and develops settlement options; prepares and serves subpoenas; testifies at administrative and court hearings). Reviews, analyzes, and correlates case documents; prepares and maintains case logs, investigative reports, summaries, and case recommendations. Participates in inter-office and multi-agency task forces and work groups; presents educational information to public and private groups and enforcement agencies; participates in investigative workshops, conferences, and training.
Qualification and Experience
The candidate should have completion of undergraduate core coursework in Law Enforcement, English, Paralegal Studies, Political Science, Accounting, Business, Finance, Computer Science, Business Communications or other comparable field of study; 3 months training or 3 months experience in working with the public; valid driver's license. Or 12 months experience performing background, criminal or civil investigations; 3 months training or 3 months experience in working with the public; valid driver's license. Or 3 years' experience as a paralegal; 3 months training or 3 months experience in working with the public; valid driver's license.
Ohio Office of the Attorney General
State Office Tower
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Columbus, OH 43215-3428