DOE is the Nation's top sponsor of research and development (R&D) and has won more Nobel Prizes and R&D awards than any private sector organization and twice as many as all other Federal agencies combined. DOE has operating nuclear facilities, science laboratories, power marketing administrations, and environmental clean-up sites in 35 states, and is responsible for many accomplishments in fields including alternate fuels vehicles, biological and environmental research, energy efficiency, nuclear security and non-proliferation, clean power technologies, medical technologies, gene research, and computers and microelectronics.Learn more about this agency
The OIG offers potential for advancement, excellent benefits, and numerous training opportunities. We are located in 13 states throughout the U.S. Please visit our website at http://www.ig.energy.gov.
As a Supervisory Criminal Investigator with the DOE Office of Inspector General you will:
1. Provide direction in the coordination of highly complex and sensitive investigations, determining which field investigations are initiated.
2. Review reports and supervise the final preparation requiring HQ approval.
3. Make recommendations about investigative programs goals and objectives, and briefs high level managers on cases of great sensitivity and/or national importance.
4. Assign work based on priorities and difficulties.
5. Identify training needs, review disciplinary cases for action, and make recommendations for selections for positions.
25% or less - This position requires frequent travel (30%).
Who May Apply
This job is open to…
- Current Federal employee with competitive status
- Former Federal employees with reinstatement eligibility
- CTAP/ICTAP eligibles
- Veterans with VOW or VEOA eligibility
- Those eligible under an OPM interchange agreement or special appointing authority
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