Internal Auditor/Investigator

Website City of Richmond

Office of the Inspector General

Salary $62,370.00 – $111,977.00

Closing Date 2/23/2024 11:59 PM Eastern

The City of Richmond Office of the Inspector General is seeking a highly qualified candidate to fill the position of Internal Audit Investigator. The aspects of this position are broad in range which entail audits, public trust and integrity efforts, agency compliance, and promoting respective ethical standards. Providing highly professional and complex auditing and investigation services to the City’s agencies, departments, and programs. The position is responsible for planning, coordinating, conducting, and reporting on investigations in accordance with current professional standards and providing recommendations to improve City operations. The position also provides professional, independent consulting services to City agencies and departments. The position will report the results of audits, investigations, research, and analyses through reports and presentations, both orally and in writing.

**This position is unclassified.  Therefore, the incumbent will serve at the will of the Appointing Authority. **

DUTIES INCLUDE BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO

Conducting criminal and administrative investigations involving fraud, waste, and abuse.
Collaborating and cooperating with prosecuting and law enforcement agencies as appropriate.
Identifying, investigating, and recommending corrective actions associated with adverse findings resulting from investigations.
Executing non-administrative authority and responsibilities such as having arrest authority, submitting warrants of arrest, and using subpoena powers, as needed or required. May assist in audits and other projects.
Summarizing, analyzing, and arranging resulting documentation and other evidence for review by the Inspector General.
Determining the sufficiency of evidence gathered and the admissibility of all pertinent data in each case to support criminal or civil action.
Conducting complete and thorough interviews with employees, contractors, citizens, etc., to obtain factual statements and leads of suspected fraud, waste, or abuse.
Writes reports, and presents evidence for Courts, Administration, and other entities.

MINIMUM TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE:

Bachelor’s degree in criminal justice, accounting, finance, business, or a related field.
Two years of experience in conducting fraud, waste, and abuse investigations.

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