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ProfileCriminal Investigator Duties: The candidate will study assigned material pertinent to cases of alleged or suspected violations of Federal statutes involving fraud against the Government. Will contact Federal, State and local agencies to obtain facts, signed statement, explanation of actions and study the background of the case, the sequence of events and other case related information. Collaborate with other agents in increasingly more complex cases in interviewing, observing techniques under highly stressful situation, taking notes and participating in the interviews to obtain specific information and to verify facts. Collaborate with other agents in the preparation of completed investigation reports to develop knowledge and skills for clear, concise and accurate reporting and documentation of cases with supportable evidence for use in a prosecution of the case. Carry out undercover assignments and maintains surveillance under close watch by other investigators. Participate with other agents in working with US Attorneys in the preparation of cases for presentation in Federal courts. Accompany other agents when serving as a witness in the trail of cases, for training in the process and technical aspects required in presenting evidence to support criminal violation of Federal laws. Conduct criminal, civil or administrative investigations. Participate in Secretarial and other dignitary protection details.
Qualification and Experience
For GL-07: The candidate must have completed at least one full academic years of progressively higher level graduate education in a related field;
Have at least one full-time year (12 months) of specialized work experience equivalent in difficulty and responsibility to the GL-05 level in the Federal service. Experience in a trainee capacity where knowledge of basic investigative or analytical techniques and methods are applied to determine case resolution; applying knowledge of investigation laws, rules and regulations; as well applying knowledge of the rules of evidence that's applicable in criminal and non-criminal court cases;
Have a Bachelor's degree with superior academic achievement.
For GL-09: The candidate must have 1+ year of specialized work experience equivalent in difficulty and responsibility to the GL-07 level in the Federal service that demonstrates the ability to conduct investigative techniques doing the following: searching public records/databases; interviewing witness/employees to verify facts and obtain specific pieces of information; securing signed statements, affidavits and documentary evidence to be included in reports or case records. In addition the ability to write reports for case records;
Completion of two full academic years of progressively higher level graduate education or masters or equivalent graduate degree or LL.B. or J.D. degree;
Have a combination of graduate level education and specialized experience that qualifies. Only graduate education in excess of the first year (18 semester hours) may be combine with experience under this standard.
Application Deadline: August 24, 2018.
Announcement Number: HHS-OIG-OI-DH-10270066-MW. Apply online. No emails. Visit website for more information.
Department of Health and Human Services, Office of Inspector General (OIG)
330 Independence Ave,
Washington, DC 20201