WHAT IS THE CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION DIVISION? Criminal Investigation is the investigative and law enforcement arm of the IRS. When individuals or corporations deliberately don't comply with the tax laws, Criminal Investigation responds with financial investigations and potential criminal prosecutions to promote compliance and confidence in the fairness of the tax system.
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WHAT DOES AN INVESTIGATIVE ANALYST (FIELD OFFICE or NCIU) DO? As an Investigative Analyst you will be responsible for performing a variety of duties relating to the research, collection, analysis, and identification of noncompliance with international and domestic tax laws, and support ongoing criminal investigations. You will be involved in gathering and collecting information from a variety of sources, reviewing this data to identify pertinent material which may require further examination or study, and applying that information to ongoing criminal investigations. You may be called upon to participate in field related investigative work such as witness interviews or low risk enforcement actions. In this role you may also conduct trend analyses and forecasts as needed by management for policy planning and resource allocation. You may also be called upon to provide guidance and/or training to lower grade analysts and other support personnel.
As an Investigative Analyst you will:
- Collect, develop, analyze, and disseminate information related to violations of tax, currency, and other Federal laws and regulations.
- Analyze collected information, resolve conflicts in data and reconstruct missing information to support ongoing criminal investigations.
- Review data from domestic/international information sources and prepare comprehensive written analyses/reports that typically relate to complex international multiple-defendant conspiracies and wide-ranging criminal enterprises.
- Obtain information from various law enforcement, financial, and tax databases and compile data into written reports that assess case potential or corroborate allegations of possible criminal activity.
- Participate in the preparation of strategic enforcement trend analyses and forecasts for policy planning and resource allocation.
- Provide guidance and support in determining appropriate records research, manipulation of financial data, and preparation of final reports.
- Conduct trend analyses and forecasts as needed by management for policy planning and resource allocation
- Provide guidance and/or training to lower grade analysts and other support personnel in determining appropriate records research, manipulation of financial data, and preparation of final reports in order to promote consistency and proficiency in the support being rendered.
If you are selected at a lower grade level, you will have the opportunity to learn to perform all these duties, and will receive training to help you grow in this position.
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