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    The Office of the Inspector General is ranked number 1 in the best places to work in the Department of Justice and is one of the premier inspector general offices in federal government. We are seeking a highly-motivated professional employee with experience in providing superior customer service in support of our mission to detect and deter waste, fraud, abuse, and misconduct is DOJ programs and personnel, and to promote economy and efficiency in those programs.

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    If you are selected as a Senior Criminal Investigator, you will serve as an Assistant Special Agent in Charge in the Operations II Branch with responsibility for oversight of complaints and quality control of all reports of investigation related to one or more of the following: the Drug Enforcement Administration, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, or the Federal Bureau of Investigation doing the following duties:

    • Serves as an authoritative expert and provides advice and guidance in areas that require extensive interpretation. Reviews all reports of investigation (criminal and noncriminal) relating to the other components for compliance with policy and procedures and applicable standards and format; ensures that all aspects of an allegation have been properly investigated and documented; identifies programmatic weaknesses in the investigative reporting process; ensures that investigative reports are logical, clear and complete, with all appropriate exhibits; and that they present all aspects of an investigation in sufficient, highly accurate and detail order.
    • Plan and execute liaison operations with the Offices of Professional Responsibility of the components within the investigative oversight of the DOJ Components. Conducts and promotes training and professional development of other investigators. Maintains an active interchange with other law enforcement agencies regarding investigative issues that could impact the Investigations Division's jurisdiction and operational procedures.
    • Plans, directs, and controls specific investigation programs encompassing difficult and diverse functions or issues that affect critical aspects of major agency-wide programs. Plan, organizes, and personally conducts investigations with regard to a wide variety of allegations received by the Office of the Inspector General. These typically involve extremely complex, difficult or sensitive criminal or administrative investigations of major importance and of high level interest and misconduct allegations involving high ranking officials of the Department of Justice. On an ad-hoc basis, supervises criminal investigators and other investigative staff during the conduct of investigations.

    Travel Required

    Occasional travel - You will be expected to travel at least 25% for this position.

    Supervisory status


    Promotion Potential


  • Job family (Series)

    1811 Criminal Investigation

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