Are you interested in a rewarding and challenging career? Join the U.S. Small Business Administration, Office of Inspector General! SBA OIG provides auditing, investigative, and other high quality services to support and assist the SBA in achieving its mission. We promote open and honest communication and encourage a positive work environment. We are listed among the top ranked agencies in the Partnership for Public Service's 2018 Best Places to Work in the Federal Government!Learn more about this agency
- Provides technical direction to lower level agents in establishing plans for the execution of extremely complex and sensitive investigations of alleged or suspected violations of criminal laws, with particular emphasis on financial crimes that involve fraud, waste, and abuse within SBA programs.
- Confers with and supports the SAC, and/or Assistant Inspector General for Investigations (AlGI), in the planning and developing of investigative policies, programs, standards, requirements, methods, procedures, precedents and techniques.
- Provides day-to-day technical advice to subordinate employees on review/approval of various memoranda and reports of investigation, makes workload determinations, ensures case files are properly updated and documented, confirms case work meets evidentiary standards, and assists in the use/application of various investigative techniques and overall case planning and strategy.
- Advises agency officials on investigations and/or reports, either independently or, with the SAC and/or AIGI.
- Supervises and coordinates administrative functions such as analysis of allegations received review of reports, time and attendance reports, schedule of work, review of travel requests/vouchers and work accomplishments.
- Identifies training needs for staff and evaluate performance.
25% or less - You may be expected to travel for this position.
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