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    We are seeking highly motivated professionals to join our team. If you want challenging work and a chance to make a big impact, come join us at the Office of Inspector General for the Department of Commerce! We improve the effectiveness of the Department's programs and operations. We also investigate waste, fraud, and abuse in the Department and those who do business with it.

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    As a Supervisory Criminal Investigator (ASAC), you will:

    - Serve as a first-level supervisor and lead a staff of criminal investigators and other subject-matter personnel responsible for planning, implementing, coordinating, and guiding programs related to criminal, civil, and administrative investigations and related activities.

    - Oversee projects of marked difficulty, responsibility, and sensitivity that require the exercise of tact, utilization of extensive experience, and employment of various human resource skills.

    - Develop written reports and proposals, setting forth all facts and circumstances with a view towards substantially affecting OI program planning, organizational improvements, and relationships with other DOC bureaus and programs and external law enforcement organizations.

    - Provide presentations, briefings, and reports to the Inspector General, Deputy Inspector General, Counsel to the Inspector General, AIGI, SACs, and senior DOC officials.

    - Participate in or oversee investigative techniques and operations, including arrests, search warrants, and surveillance activities, and is involved in the investigation or oversight of investigation of high-level government officials, which requires great discretion and tact.

    Travel Required

    25% or less - One to five days per month.

    Supervisory status


    Promotion Potential


  • Job family (Series)

    1811 Criminal Investigation

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