Supervisory Criminal Investigator
* Duties Help Duties Summary This position serves as the Deputy Assistant Inspector General for Investigations and is located in the Office of Inspector General (OIG), Office of Investigations (OI), Headquarters duty location in Arlington, Virginia of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. The Office of Investigations (OI) carries out a comprehensive nationwide program to prevent, detect, and investigate criminal or otherwise prohibited activity that may harm the operations or integrity of the FDIC and its programs. Learn more about this agency Responsibilities * Plans, directs and supervises the investigative program for FDIC in areas covering such matters as fraud, corruption, criminal violations, civil violations and improper or prohibited activities by employees or participants in FDIC programs, including supervised financial institutions. * Develops quantitative program plans with the necessary total resources required and manages the full scope of FDIC criminal and integrity investigations, evaluating program targets, levels of accomplishment and measures of achievement and resources expended. Plans and organizes the investigative program to assure coverage of reported and suspected violations. * Formulates policies and procedures for the conduct of investigations and similar inquiries related to the prevention, detection and prosecution of fraud and abuse in accordance with the professional investigative standards promulgated by the Council of the Inspectors General on Integrity and Efficiency (CIGIE). * Continually develops the core and technical competencies of the workforce including through effective recruitment, recognition and retention activities, challenging work assignments and appropriate training and career development opportunities. * Directly supervises the Special Agents-in-Charge, and provides direction, general supervision and leadership to a large geographically dispersed staff of professional criminal investigators. Identifies and provides for necessary training and professional development. * Represents the Office of Investigations in a variety of forums including senior level meetings with FDIC and other Government officials, professional and trade conferences and symposiums and working groups, committees and councils dealing with key aspects of the OIG investigative mission. * Serves as the OIG's representative in inter- and intra-agency investigative matters. Maintains close cooperative relationships with key officials of the FDIC, Department of Justice, FBI and other Government departments and agencies in order that the operations of all agencies having an interest in an investigative matter may be fully coordinated. Replies to inquiries by FDIC officials, other Government units and the public, relating to OIG investigative matters. * Represents the AIGI directly in fostering optimum public relationships with all concerned in OIG investigative activity. * Develops statements of program goals with necessary resource requirements as guides for the Inspector General for budgetary hearings and testimony before Congressional committees. * Oversees the review and issuance of reports of investigation. * Makes recommendations concerning the pursuit of criminal prosecution, or civil or administrative proceedings based on such investigation. Administers a follow-up system to ensure that appropriate and timely action is taken by management in response to investigative reports. Travel Required Occasional travel - Occasional travel is required. Supervisory status Yes Promotion Potential 02 * Job family (Series) 1811 Criminal Investigation Similar jobs * Criminal Investigators * Investigators, Criminal * Requirements Help Requirements Conditions of Employment Registration with the Selective Service. US Citizenship is required. Employment Conditions. Completion of Financial Disclosure may be required. Single Scope Background Investigation (SSBI) required. The minimum age for "initial appointment" to a law enforcement position is 21, and the maximum age is 37 (except for veterans' preference eligibles). Individuals must be selected for these positions prior to their 37th birthday. Qualifications Qualifying experience may be obtained in the private or public sector. Experience refers to paid and unpaid experience, including volunteer work done through National Service programs (eg, Peace Corps, AmeriCorps) and other organizations (eg, professional; philanthropic, religious/spiritual; community; student, social). Volunteer work helps build critical competencies, knowledge, and skills and can provide valuable training and experience that translates directly to paid employment. You will receive credit for all qualifying experience, including volunteer experience. Additional qualifications information can be found here. To qualify, applicants must have completed at least one year of specialized experience equivalent to at least the 14 grade level or above in the Federal service. Specialized experience is defined as leading or supervising others; independently planning, developing investigations covering fraud, corruption, criminal violations, civil violations and improper or prohibited activities by employees, including supervised financial institutions; securing facts and developing evidence; maintaining liaison with other law enforcement bodies; conducting investigative interviews and evidence searches; obtaining sworn statements; and preparing written reports of investigations and summaries. Applicants must have met the qualification requirements (including selective placement factors - if any) for this position within 30 calendar days of the closing date of this announcement. Applicants eligible for ICTAP (Interagency Career Transition Assistance Program) must achieve a score of 85 "well qualified" for this position. For more information, Click Here. Education There is no substitution of education for the experience for this position.