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    Responsibilities

    As an Attorney Adviser (Investigative Counsel) in the Special Reviews Group (SRG) at the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), Office of Inspector General (OIG), Office of Special Reviews and Evaluations, you will conduct sensitive, impactful, and high-profile reviews of DHS programs and personnel, including in the areas of immigration, border and transportation security, disaster response, civil liberties, ethics, and personnel law. Examples of recent published SRG work include:

    Investigative Counsel in the SRG work with attorneys, program analysts, inspectors, auditors, and/or special agents in small multi-disciplinary teams. The teams conduct thorough reviews on tight timeframes, and produce reports and recommendations that drive important and tangible improvement within DHS and keep Congress informed of DHS activities. Typical work assignments include:
    • Planning, leading, and conducting complex reviews into possible violations of laws, rules and regulations, mismanagement, fraud, waste, abuse, or inefficiencies throughout DHS. The Investigative Counsel is responsible for all aspects of the review, including conducting interviews, requesting documents and data, developing a factual record, and applying that record to applicable laws and policies.
    • Drafting reports of investigation or other documents memorializing the results of the review and as applicable, recommending corrective actions.
    • Identifying new issues to review through outreach with other OIG offices, research, and creative brainstorming
    • Researching statutes, cases, regulations, and executive and legislative materials in order to provide legal and policy advice on issues relating to special reviews and other critical SRG activities.
    • Developing and presenting oral briefings to DHS and OIG leadership or Congressional stakeholders

    Travel Required

    Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position

    Supervisory status

    No

    Promotion Potential

    15

  • Job family (Series)

    0905 Attorney

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