Department: Department Of The Interior
Agency: Office of the Inspector General
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The Department of Interior (DOI), Office of Inspector General (OIG) is an independent office within the Department of Interior whose mission is to promote excellence, integrity, and accountability throughout DOI. The OIG conducts investigations, evaluations, and audits in order to enhance effectiveness and efficiency and to prevent and detect waste, fraud, and mismanagement in DOI programs and operations.
This position is located within the OIG, Office of Investigations (OI), Program Integrity Division (PID). PID is the principal unit within the OIG charged with investigating the following: allegations of misconduct by senior Department officials (Senior Executive Service and Political Appointees); allegations of felony misconduct or domestic abuse by Department law enforcement officers; serious complaints against Department law enforcement officers and managers of law enforcement programs; misconduct by OIG employees; OIG involvement in critical incidents; and Equal Employment Opportunity and whistleblower claims. PID also conducts investigations for other agencies under contract and inspects and assesses Department law enforcement, security, and emergency management programs. The incumbent serves as a senior-level Criminal Investigator responsible for the oversight and coordination of investigations of sensitive investigations and program reviews in support of the unit's mission. These activities require the incumbent to develop relationships and conduct liaison activities with all Department bureaus and offices, multiple U.S. Attorney Offices, and investigative units in other agencies regarding allegations of criminal activity and misconduct committed by Department employees. PID represents the OIG on matters of interest involving law enforcement, security, and emergency management operations before the Council of Inspectors General on Integrity and Efficiency (CIGIE). PID provides the OIG with the ability to conduct significant and highly-visible administrative, civil, and criminal cases affecting Department-wide programs.
This position includes a Selective Placement Factor (skill, knowledge, ability or other worker characteristic basic to - and essential for - satisfactory performance of the job). Selective Placements Factors are a prerequisite to appointment and represent minimum requirements for a position. Applicants who do not meet it are ineligible for further consideration.
The selective placement factor for this position is: Demonstrated expertise in conducting employee misconduct investigations, mismanagement of agency programs investigations, and compliance with government wide and/or agency policies and regulations.
- U.S. Citizenship is required
- Males born after 12-31-59 must be registered for the Selective Service
- Successful completion of a background investigation
- Subject to initial and random drug testing
- Relocation expenses are not authorized
- More than one selection may be made within 90 days of the close date.