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    This position is located in various regional offices of the Office of Inspector General (OIG), Office of Investigations (OI).

    The Office of Investigations (OI) carries out a comprehensive nationwide program to prevent, detect, and investigate criminal or otherwise prohibited activity that may harm the operations or integrity of the FDIC and its programs. 

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    • Carries out a full range of investigative assignments as a lead agent or team member.  Investigates a variety of alleged criminal violations including bank, mail and wire fraud; commercial loan fraud; false entries in bank records; misapplication/embezzlement of funds; bribery/kickbacks; and obstruction of examinations. Additionally, the special agent will conduct investigations into employee misconduct.
    • Conducts comprehensive research and analysis of cases to determine applicable laws and the implementing regulations that were violated; and the proof required to support such cases and the methods for obtaining them. Determines the most effective manner for planning, developing and conducting investigations and the additional resources required.
    • Plans, coordinates and initiates contacts with Federal, State and local officials and other key officials related to the matter under investigation for the purpose of obtaining facts, signed statements, explanation of actions, and to learn the sequence of events, and background or related information that may be required.
    • Advises the Special Agent-in-Charge and Senior Special Agents and others on the progress of investigative activities, significant findings and developments, problems or questions of evidence, testimony or law and actions to be taken on other related matters.
    • Testifies before grand juries, courts, or administrative hearings on the facts of investigative cases.
      Advises and/or assists the Department of Justice and U.S. Attorneys in preparing cases for presentation to Federal Grand Juries and in trial courts on matters involving violations of Federal criminal statutes.
    • Prepares investigative reports to support possible prosecution and/or administrative action.
    • Plans and conducts interviews with suspects, witnesses and informants. May be required to utilize a variety of investigative techniques including subpoenas; warrants; researching crime scenes for collection of evidence; and participating with other law enforcement agencies as required.
    • Assists in identifying, gathering, securing, maintaining, analyzing and sharing digital evidence, records, and other electronically stored information.

    Travel Required

    Occasional travel - Occasional travel is required.

    Supervisory status


    Promotion Potential


This job originated on www.usajobs.gov. For the full announcement and to apply, visit www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/532911900. Only resumes submitted according to the instructions on the job announcement listed at www.usajobs.gov will be considered.