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This position is located in the Los Angeles Division, Office of Diversion Program Manager (Los Angeles), Diversion Group 2 (Los Angeles), Los Angeles, CA. The incumbent will perform such duties as:
- Supervise an investigative or administrative program or a major segment of such program; plan, coordinate, and oversee investigations; and assign investigations selectively based on their complexity, scope, and the investigator's experience.
- Supervise three or more investigators engaged in conducting investigations of the manufacture, importation, trafficking, and diversion of legitimate pharmaceutical drugs and listed chemicals to illegal channels.Manage overall aspects of the investigation and monitor investigator's progress and activities, including the development and preparation of witnesses for legal proceedings and testifying in legal proceedings, as required.
- Perform investigative duties of exceptional difficulty or of the highest sensitivity and importance ensuring all investigations are conducted within the scope of Federal drug laws and are in accordance with the agency's rules, policies, and regulations.
- Develop and maintain productive working relationships with Federal, State, and local agencies, the registrant community, and other contacts, and lecture at training seminars for Federal, State, and local officials and DEA registrant community representatives.
Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.
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