Plans, directs, and coordinates Office of Inspector General (OIG) investigations of alleged/suspected violations of statutes, regulations, rules, and policies, including crimes conducted by electronic means, related to Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System (Board) or Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) programs and activities. May investigate contractors, financial institutions, or Board or CFPB employees in the performance of their official duties. Supervises multiple investigative teams and ensures the quality, timeliness, and accuracy of staff work in compliance with applicable law, investigative standards, guidelines, and policies and procedures. Advises the Special Agent-in-Charge and staff regarding investigative activities and their results. Supervises a staff in a specific geographic or functional area.Learn more about this agency
Experience in a professional staff position in an OIG and/or experience in finance, accounting, economics, or banking is preferred. Requires extensive knowledge of and proven experience in investigative principles, techniques, methods, and procedures, particularly for "white collar" crimes, and resourcefulness in directing and coordinating investigative activities that may be complicated by obscure leads, few visible records, and conflicting evidence.
Requires knowledge of the Board, CFPB, and the rest of the Federal Reserve Board System and their various programs and operations. Knowledge of Attorney General's guidelines and quality standards for investigators. Knowledge of information technology and its application to investigation procedures and methods. Requires skill and ability in leadership, building coalitions, mentoring, and coaching. Demonstrated strong oral and written communication skills and the ability to review reports and other investigative products for completeness, adequacy, and supportability. Ability to guide, direct, control, mentor, and train less experienced staff assigned to investigative projects, so they may handle the demands of their assignments. Ability to gain the confidence and cooperation of others by exercising a high degree of tact, diplomacy, resourcefulness, and judgment. Prefer Certified Fraud Examiner, Certified Public Accountant, or other related professional certification.
50% or less - to conduct business on behalf of the FRB
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