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    Summary

    This position is located within the headquarters component of the Office of Inspector General, Office of Investigations – Labor Racketeering and Fraud (OI) in Washington, D.C. OI’s mission is to conduct criminal, civil, and administrative investigations into alleged violations of federal laws relating to U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) programs, operations, and personnel.

    Higher grade level 1811s may receive biweekly and annual premium pay caps (refer to OPM website).


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    Responsibilities

    Duties consists of:

    • Responsible for case management and integrity of data base information; and the work of technical specialists.   Provides technical guidance on program fraud and labor racketeering issues to criminal investigators in all OI offices throughout the United States and interacts with OLMS, EBSA, ESA, ETA, MSHA,OSHA and other agencies within the Department of Labor as well as the Department of Justice’s Organized Crime Section. Reviews investigative initiatives for conformance with investigative plans and regulations.
    • Provides technical guidance on investigative matters to criminal investigators on labor racketeering and/or program fraud matters in all OI offices throughout the United States. Investigations monitored are primarily criminal in nature, are of wide diversity; may be local, Department-wide, or national in scope, are highly sensitive; and could involve national organizations with strong political action programs where there is a high degree of Congressional and executive interest.
    • Meets with the Special Agent-in-Charge and Assistant Special Agent-in-Charge, Division of Investigations, for the purpose of developing programs in specific program fraud and labor racketeering areas to which criminal and civil investigations should be directed to assure strict compliance with and enforcement of the laws under OI’s jurisdiction. Incumbent participates in decision making processes with respect to criminal and civil investigations in their assigned area. Develops and prepares written directives, policy, standards and procedural memoranda to be used on a nationwide basis involving investigative activity.
    • Provides necessary policy guidance and technical direction, and coordinative action to OI regional managers/supervisors. Maintains oversight in assigned area over OI investigations and related operations. Exercises a broad national perspective in reviewing investigative operations; identifies and resolves potential problem areas, i.e., in situations which are precedent-setting, have impact in other locations, or have nationwide impact. Discusses potential problems with the Special Agent-in-Charge and Assistant Special Agent-in-Charge, Division of Investigations, and provides a recommendation for a course of action on those cases which require high-level attention.
    • Independently plans, directs, oversees, coordinates and conducts highly complex criminal investigations as needed. Also, initiates, plans, coordinates, and oversees inter-office or nationwide investigative efforts. These assignments involve cases of such magnitude and complexity as to require national oversight. As required may plan and conduct some of the most difficult and complex aspects of such criminal and civil investigations. Determines scope of investigations, techniques to be employed, and otherwise assumes full technical responsibility for the results of investigations. Incumbent is responsible for assuring the development and preparation of full documentation necessary for prospective action.

    More than one selection may be made.

    Travel Required

    50% or less - May require frequent travel.

    Supervisory status

    No

    Promotion Potential

    14 - Position is at the full performance level.

  • Job family (Series)

    1811 Criminal Investigation

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