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.
- 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.
- 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 firstname.lastname@example.org