WHAT IS THE CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION (CI) 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 A CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION SECRETARY (OA) DO? A Criminal Investigation Secretaries provide a wide range of administrative and secretarial services within the organization. This includes using a variety of computer applications, organizing and maintaining files, providing telephone and receptionist services, managing calendars, arranging conferences and meetings, typing and reviewing correspondence and meeting minutes, arranging travel itineraries, monitoring time and recordkeeping, briefing the manager on important issues, and working with and assisting various customers within and outside of the organization.
As a Criminal Investigation Secretary (OA) you will:
- Serve as the Liaison between the manager and subordinate staff members and other key officials.
- Maintain supervisor's calendar; schedule appointments and engagements, prepare notes regarding topics to be discussed.
- Receive telephone calls, provide routine and non-routine information, answer questions, and direct calls and visitors to appropriate person or office.
- Conduct a thorough review of all correspondence, determine deadlines and offer suggestions concerning actions to be taken.
- Control suspense items.
- Prepare and type a variety of correspondence, reports, forms, requisitions, and legal documents using personal computers.
- Organize and maintain files, records, manuals, handbooks, and other related materials, including safeguarding confidential information.
- Plan conferences and coordinate the development of its agenda.
- Consolidate comments from management officials, and summarize material for conferences.
- Make travel arrangements and prepare travel vouchers.
WHERE CAN I FIND OUT MORE ABOUT OTHER IRS CAREERS? If you want to find out more about IRS careers, visit us on the web at www.jobs.irs.gov
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