Joining the Secret Service, Office of Investigations, Criminal Investigative Division, will allow you to provide critical assistance, both to the field and headquarters, during the entire forfeiture process to ensure a timely resolution to the seizure and forfeiture of property. Apply for this exciting opportunity to impact the ability of the Service to successfully forfeit illegally obtained property from criminals in order to compensate victims of their crimes.Learn more about this agency
The selectee will serve as an Asset Forfeiture Specialist in the Office of Investigations, Criminal Investigative Division. Typical work assignments include:
- Serving as point of contact with the Department of Justice and Department of the Treasury Asset Forfeiture offices, U.S. Attorney’s offices, other Federal investigative bureaus, and state and local law enforcement entities on issues that impact the asset forfeiture process; overseeing the sharing program which includes personal and real property and money; and reviewing forfeiture notices for criminal and civil judicial cases prepared by the United States Attorney’s offices for accuracy.
- Monitoring and entering data into FasTrak to maintain its integrity, and ensuring that all notices are processed in accordance with policy.
- Arranging for timely legal notice/advertising of all administrative forfeitures; and providing assistance to contract employees on asset forfeiture related to administrative advertising (declaration/petitions/closings and the civil judicial and criminal forfeiture process to include the processing of judicial documents).
This Asset Forfeiture Specialist position starts at a salary of $68,036 (GS-11, step 1), with promotion potential to $126,062 (GS-13, step 10). For more information on the Secret Service click here.
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This job originated on www.usajobs.gov. For the full announcement and to apply, visit www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/513517400. Only resumes submitted according to the instructions on the job announcement listed at www.usajobs.gov will be considered.