Supervisory Criminal Investigator

General Services Admin
Washington, DC
Feb 16, 2021
Feb 24, 2021
Accountant, IT
Full Time
Duties Help Duties Summary As a Supervisory Criminal Investigator, you will provide coordination in the efforts and completion of complex investigations involving criminal and civil violations of law and administrative matters relating to GSA programs and operations. Position Location: Office of Investigations, Operations Division (JI-O) 1800F Street, NW Washington, DC 20405 Learn more about this agency Responsibilities As a Supervisory Criminal Investigator in the Operations Division, you will perform the following duties: Serve as a Branch Chief, directing and supervising the day-to-day activities of a subordinate staff to ensure the work performed positively impacts the functions and activities of the OIG; Serves as a subject matter expert to provide advisory, guidance and review of investigative tasks and assignments that deal with those described in Title 18 of the United States Code, and which principally concern Conspiracy, Fraud, False Statements and/or Claims, Conflicts of Interest, Conversion of Government Property, and Bribery; Coordinate, implement and execute an effective national program intended to promote and support the mission and objectives of the OIG in its field offices; Regularly interact and coordinate with other OIG supervisors, team leaders, agents from other law enforcement agencies, federal prosecutors and the public to exchange information relevant to your organizational unit and effectively utilize such information to make recommendations intended to enhance or improve national strategies; Anticipate, prioritize and advocate for funding to support your organizational goals and participate in the development of an annual budget for the Operations Division; Execute and support the national strategy established for your operational unit; Provide guidance throughout the OIG as a subject matter expert in your program and provide support for various projects and investigations; Actively participate in strategic planning and policy meetings to provide valuable feedback for consideration of senior level managers. Travel Required 50% or less - The position requires frequent travel. Selected applicant must be able to acquire and maintain a government-issued travel charge card. Supervisory status Yes Promotion Potential 14 - FPL-14 Job family (Series) 1811 Criminal Investigation Requirements Help Requirements Conditions of Employment US Citizenship or National (Residents of American Samoa and Swains Island) Meet all eligibility criteria within 30 days of the closing date Meet time-in-grade within 30 days of the closing date, if applicable Register with the Selective Service if you are a male born after 12/31/1959 Serve a one year supervisory or managerial probationary period, if required Available to work mandatory overtime If selected, you must meet the following conditions of employment: This position is covered by the law enforcement officer retirement provisions, and as such is covered by a mandatory age requirement. There is a maximum entry age of the day before your 37th birthday (except for veteran's preference eligibles) for entry into law enforcement office positions. This position is covered by the special retirement provisions for Federal Law Enforcement Officers [5 USC 8336 (c) or 5 USC 8412 (d)] and have a mandatory retirement age of 57. If you are over age 37, you must have been or currently be covered by the special retirement provisions and be able to complete at least 20 years of covered service by age 57. All OIG criminal investigators are required to qualify to use OIG owned firearms and to accept assignments where firearms are required. Quarterly certification is required. Per the Lautenberg Amendment, any person who has been convicted of misdemeanor crime of domestic violence cannot lawfully possess a firearm or ammunition. Will be required to undergo a pre-employment examination and meet the physical requirements for this position. The duties require moderate to arduous physical exertion. Manual dexterity of fingers, wrists, elbows, shoulders, hips and knees is required. Arms, hands, legs and feet must be sufficiently functioning in order to perform the duties satisfactorily. Good vision and hearing are required. Selectee must possess emotional and mental stability. Any physical condition that would cause the selectee to be a hazard to him/her, or others is disqualifying. This position requires a pre-employment drug test to screen for illegal drug use (appointment to the position is contingent upon a negative drug test result), and random drug testing after appointment. This position is a critical-sensitive national security position. The person selected for this vacancy will be required to undergo a Tier 5 background investigation and the GSA security office must grant you a Top Secret national security clearance. Attend and graduate from the Criminal Investigator Training Program (CITP), unless previously completed. Complete a financial disclosure report to verify that no conflict, or an appearance of conflict, exists between your financial interest and this position. Operate a Government-owned or leased motor vehicle. A valid State driver's license is required. Qualifications The GS-14 salary range starts at $122,530 per year. The position is authorized law enforcement availability pay of an additional 25%. The biweekly maximum earnings limitation for LEO's are in 5 USC 5547(c) applies to this position. To qualify, you must have at least one year of specialized experience equivalent to the GS-13 level or higher in the Federal service. Specialized experience is experience serving as a special agent responsible for planning and conducting highly complex investigations; preparing clear and concise investigative reports; training others in investigative and administrative matters/procedures; coordinating case assignments and reviews; preparing information for presentation to high-level agency officials as well as officials of other federal law enforcement agencies; demonstrating comprehensive knowledge of Federal statutes and regulations, rules of evidence, court decisions, constitutional rights, search and seizure, methods of interview and interrogation, and admissibility of confessions; working with federal prosecutors to prepare cases for trial; maintaining effective working relationships and cooperating with others Education This job does not have an education qualification requirement.

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