Senior Investigator

Website Los Angeles Unified School District

The Office of the Inspector General’s (OIG) mission is to help Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) achieve its core mission by promoting a culture of accountability, transparency, collaboration and integrity through the performance of audit and investigative services designed to drive continuous improvement, support effective decision making and detect and deter waste, fraud and abuse. The LAUSD-OIG is a member of the Education Fraud Working Group, which includes local, state and federal law enforcement partners.

The LAUSD-OIG is looking for experienced investigators to lead and conduct complex and/or sensitive administrative investigations.

The LAUSD-OIG conducts investigations of waste, fraud, and abuse to safeguard District resources, programs, and operations. These investigations are designed to detect and prevent fraud and abuse by identifying systemic weaknesses in areas of program vulnerability that can be eliminated through corrective management actions, regulations, legislation, or by pursuing criminal convictions and monetary recoveries through the judicial and administrative processes.

The minimum requirements are (4) years of law enforcement experience conducting investigations OR (4) years of experience conducting internal investigations of alleged fraud, waste, and abuse in a public agency.  Graduation from a recognized college or university with a bachelor’s degree.

Salary range: $43.67 to $54.14; Hourly

Benefits: Include paid premiums for your choice of several medical, dental, vision, and life insurance plans.

For more information about the LAUSD employment assessment process, please visit www.lausdjobs.org.

To apply for this job please visit btserec.lausd.net.