Vacancy – Citizens Property Insurance Corporation – Senior Investigator (Temporary)

Title:  Senior Investigator (Temporary)
Hourly Rate: $TBD per hour
Work Schedule:  Flex: M-F, 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Start Date:  Negotiable or as soon as possible
Job Term: 3-6 months-Potentially longer term
Location: Tallahassee Office

POSITION SUMMARY:  The Inspector General desires to temporarily acquire a contract Senior Investigator who will be responsible for independently conducting a variety of high-level investigations, projects and analyses.  The investigations and projects will typically involve allegations of misconduct, conflicts of interest, discrimination/retaliation, non-compliance with corporate policies, etc.  The position requires in-depth knowledge and proven application of investigative skills, data analysis techniques, and report writing.

SAMPLE OF ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

  • Work as a senior investigator on specified assignments, engage in the planning, execution, and reporting phases of all investigative assignments to include: the development of investigative plans; the collection of case-related information; conducting effective and appropriate interviews; summarizing investigative interviews; and compiling detailed and well-written investigative reports.
  • Prepare charts, tables, graphs and other exhibits to aid in the presentation of investigative findings and to communicate project activity.
  • Conduct research and provide opinions to the Inspector General.  Prepare briefings on issues in dispute, including factual and legal analyses in such briefing documents.

REQUIRED EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

  • Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university AND 4 years of relevant experience OR a combination of equivalent college education and relevant experience.

AND

  • 4 or more years of relevant experience directly related to the duties and responsibilities specified in the position summary and/or the sample essential functions, such as:  workplace investigations or auditing, program evaluation/policy analysis, or corporate compliance.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Knowledge of state and federal employment laws and ability to apply same to factual scenarios.
  • Knowledge of state “Whistleblower” statutes within Chapters 112 and 448, Florida Statutes.
  • Knowledge of Florida’s Ethics laws and the functions of the Commission on Ethics.
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office systems including Access, Excel, PowerPoint, Word and Visio.
  • Possession of (or candidacy for) the Certified Fraud Examiners, Certified Inspector General Investigator or Certified Inspector General Auditor designation is desirable but not required.
  • Bachelor’s degree is preferred over a combination of non-degreed education plus work experience.

For further information please contact recruitment@citizensfla.com

Vacancy – Agency for Health Care Administration – Chief of Medicaid Program Integrity

The Florida Agency for Health Care Administration Office of Inspector General has a vacancy for the Chief of Medicaid Program Integrity.

Below is a link to the advertisement in People First for more information.

https://jobs.myflorida.com/viewjob.html?optlink-view=view-719533&ERFormID=newjoblist&ERFormCode=any

Anticipated Vacancy – Auditor – Department of Transportation

The Florida Department of Transportation Office of Inspector General has an Anticipated Vacancy as an Auditor.  This position is located in the Contract Audit Section.

Below is a link to the advertisement in People First for more information.

http://jobs.myflorida.com/viewjob.html?optlink-view=view-715952&ERFormID=newjoblist&ERFormCode=any

Anticipated Vacancy – Board of Governors – State University System of Florida – Investigations and Audit Specialist

Position Vacancy:  State University System Board of Governors, Office of Inspector General and Director of Compliance – Investigations and Auditor Specialist

BOG LINK:  http://flbog.edu/about/cod/employment_details.php?id=58

MONSTER LINK: http://jobview.monster.com/Investigations-Audit-Specialist-Job-Tallahassee-FL-135291321.aspx

 (Anticipated Vacancy)
Board of Governors – State University System of Florida

The Florida Board of Governors is seeking qualified candidates for the position of Investigations and Audit Specialist.  This position reports to the Inspector General.  This position is privy to confidential information which is protected against disclosure or misuse.  The incumbent will:

  • Plan, schedule and conduct investigative and audit assignments in accordance with statutory requirements and applicable professional standards.
  • Perform inquiries, management reviews, investigations and compliance activities designed to promote accountability and integrity.
  • Accept and document allegations of complaints of fraud or misconduct.  In consultation with the Inspector General, plans and conducts investigations to identify violations of statutes, administrative code, regulations, policies, procedures or contracts.
  • Conduct investigations and/or audits that fall within the definition in Sections 112.3187-112.31895, Florida Statutes (Whistle-blower’s Act).

Education/Experience:   Bachelor’s degree and minimum of two years related professional experience.  Experience with investigations, system analysis, management analysis, program research, and/or auditing protocols is preferred.  Prefer education in accounting, finance, auditing, or business fields.

To Apply:  The position is available after July 1, 2014, and will remain open until filled. Submit resume to vacancies@flbog.edu to be included in the committee’s review.   Fax 850.245.9981.  Applicants selected for interview must complete a State of Florida application form, provide a copy of their college transcript, and complete the background prescreening that requires fingerprinting.  Hiring salary is dependent on education and experience: $45,000 – $55,000.

As one of the nation’s largest university systems, the State University System of Florida is comprised of 12 institutions— ranging from a nationally-ranked liberal arts college to top-ranked comprehensive research universities—serving more than 330,000 students. The Florida Board of Governors is the constitutionally created body that oversees the System, ensuring its well-planned coordination and operation. The 17-member Board appoints a Chancellor who serves as the chief executive officer of the System, providing guidance to the Board and oversight of the Board Office, which is located in Tallahassee, Florida.   An EEO/AA Employer  www.flbog.edu