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This position is located in the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Office of Inspector General, Office of Investigations, Southwest Region, in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
Salary shown includes base salary for the GS-1811-13 level and amount of locality pay. Law Enforcement Availability Pay (LEAP) is not reflected in these figures.
Open from April 28 to May 4, 2023 to persons that are CTAP/ICTAP /RPL eligible in the Oklahoma City, Oklahoma area.
- Investigate allegations of embezzlement and fraud involving USDA-funded programs.
- Establish and maintaining liaison with USDA agency personnel.
- Analyze allegations, complaints and investigations to identify issues involved and the types of evidence needed to properly address each matter.
- Maintain liaison with other Federal (non-USDA agencies) and State and local government organizations.
- Advise and/or assist U.S. Attorneys and/or state/local prosecutors and/or their staff members in the preparation of investigations for presentation to Federal and/or state/local grand juries.
- Appear as a witness before grand juries and trial courts, or participate and assist in other legal proceedings; lead and coordinate collateral administrative functions in a unit, such as custodial officer for all investigative equipment.
- Personally handles exceptionally complex, technical investigative problems or controversial, novel, or exploratory questions and issues, and advises on potential investigations areas and new investigative approaches.
- Report critical information to other concerned law enforcement jurisdictions. Collaborate with other INV team members as required in establishing objectives of the OIG investigative program.
- Perform, or may lead and coordinate the conduct of, undercover and/or surveillance work; provide technical subject matter expertise support for training, internal inspection and/or quality control as required.
- Serve, as required, as a Task Force member or outside agency liaison, working from an alternate duty location, relaying information and accessing outside agency resources to support OIG investigations.
- Perform full criminal, civil or administrative investigations and conduct investigative interviews.
- Develop new approaches to performing investigative functions, including responses to identified weaknesses and vulnerabilities in on-going operations. Analyze investigative facts to arrive at sound conclusions.
- Plan and conduct fact-finding and prepare comprehensive administrative and technical reports in order to present complex and conflicting findings in a clear, logical, impartial, comprehensive, and concise manner.
- Lead and coordinate collateral administrative functions in a unit, such as custodial officer for all investigative equipment.
- Collaborate with other INV team members as required in establishing objectives of the OIG investigative program.
- Performs other duties as assigned.
Conditions of Employment, Qualifications, Evaluation Process, Required Documentation and Additional Information listed in job posting.
To apply for this job please visit usdaoig.oversight.gov.