Bar Examiner Job Description Sample
Latent Print Examiner
InCadence Strategic Solutions is currently seeking a Latent Print Examiner to work on our client site in Quantico, VA. Candidates must hold an ACTIVE TOP SECRET security clearance. The Latent Print Examiner will be responsible for the following:
- The LPE performs comparisons of friction ridge detail of latent prints, perform administrative and technical reviews, and report results in official and unofficial capacities. May be responsible for the following services:
- a) Interact with other forensic staff to ensure a high quality product of latent print analysis and examination.
- b) Analyze images of latent prints to determine value for comparison.
- c) Encode, launch, and conduct automated latent print searches using the NGI system, or appropriate automated searching platform. Screen the results of the searches and conduct any necessary comparisons
- d) Conduct comparisons of latent prints with known fingerprints, palm prints, complete friction ridge exemplars and other latent prints to determine source attribution.
- e) Author, review, and provide quality control of case notes, photographs, chain of custody, electronic communications, and communication logs. Prepare all required documentation for the case file relative to position, to include appropriate reporting mechanisms.
- f) Perform verifications, blind verifications, and appropriate comparison checks, as directed and appropriate.
- g) Use current database(s) and software program(s) for evidence inventory, tracking, and flow; and, documentation for the case file relative to the position.
- h) Complete and pass the LD latent print discipline training requirements and appropriate latent print competency test within the time period as set forth by the BAU, as appropriate.
- i) Complete and pass a yearly proficiency test in the area of latent print comparisons from an independent external vendor, if available, or one created internally if no such external test is available.
- j) Research, develop, and author whitepapers and information papers, as required.
- k) May perform some of the duties of a LPT, as requested and appropriate
- Prefer B.S. degree with at least twenty-four (24) credit hours in the Physical Sciences.
- At least five (5) years of recent experience as a LPE, in addition to previous or current qualification as a LPE in the FBI.
- Basic computer skills, to include use of Microsoft Office programs (Word, Excel, Access, and Outlook); organization skills; flexibility and adaptability to changing priorities; exceptional ability to analyze complex or challenging latent prints; verbal and written communication skills.
- Qualification in the latent print discipline by the FBI.
- Must hold an active TOP SECRET security clearance.
Latent Fingerprint Examiner III
Under general direction, performs technical level work of unusual difficulty as a Certified Latent Print Examiner in fingerprint examination for criminal identification and evidence classification.
For more information, contact Tim Fayle at (408) 808-4744.
Provides technical guidance to lower level staff in fingerprint examination, classification and identification duties and evaluates and reviews assignments and unit casework;
Collects, develops, evaluates, compares and identifies latent fingerprints or other impression evidence found at major crime scenes or submitted to the laboratory, including whole, partial, fragmentary or distorted latent finger and palm prints;
Operates and trains others on use of computers and computer-related equipment associated with automated fingerprint identification systems;
Prepares field and laboratory notes and analytical reports;
Prepares courtroom displays and photographic exhibits;
Provides expert testimony and methodology and identification in all aspects of latent print processing in court and formal hearings;
Uses fingerprint comparators, magnifiers, ridge counters and other technical and scientific equipment for observing and comparing latent prints;
Maintains communications with Federal, State and local law enforcement agencies and identification units;
Searches for evidence at crime scenes that may be hazardous;
Provides input to procedures for training lower level Latent Fingerprint Examiners in a variety of fingerprint identification and classification procedures;
Responsible for quality control of application of standard operating procedures for cases completed;
May be assigned as a Disaster Service Worker, as required;
Performs related work as required.
Possession of and the ability to maintain current Latent Print Examiner Certification from the International Association for Identification (IAI) or equivalent upon appointment.
Four (4) years of experience developing latent prints and analyzing fingerprints for identification in a public jurisdiction or law enforcement agency, two (2) of which include experience as a Latent Fingerprint Examiner II with Santa Clara County or equivalent.
Possession of a valid California Driver's License upon appointment and the ability to qualify for and maintain a County Driver's permit.
Ability to work varying shifts (i.e. Day, Swing, and Graveyard), including weekends and holidays.
Methods and procedures for manual and automated latent print analysis, such as matching, processing, and comparison and identification techniques, including chemical, laser and physical processes;
Fingerprint classification systems, theories, principles and scientific basis for fingerprint identification;
Automated and manual classification and searching identification systems;
Laws of evidence, criminal procedures and courtroom procedures;
Safe work practices in a laboratory setting and at crime scenes, including related safety equipment;
Computer equipment and software associated with automated fingerprint identification systems, as well as word processing and other related computer applications.
Provide technical guidance to others in latent print comparison and identification and fingerprint classification;
Evaluate and review the work performance and monitor and maintain work flow;
Prepare latent print evidence for presentation in court;
Recognize and distinguish patterns that are necessary for latent print comparison processes;
Prepare and maintain all necessary laboratory records and technical reports;
Understand and operate automated fingerprint identification systems;
Communicate effectively, orally and in writing;
Establish and maintain effective working relationships with representatives of law enforcement agencies and those contacted in the course of work.
- Analyzes and processes claims, and is responsible for following regulatory and internal guidelines in conjunction with policies and procedures as they apply to claims adjudication.
- Responsible to adjudicate more complex claims, requiring additional research or problem solving.
- Responsible for accurate and timely adjudication of claims according to guidelines.
- Analyze, process, research, adjust and adjudicate claims with the use of accurate procedure/revenue, ICD-9 and ICD-10 codes, under the correct provider and member benefits, i.e. co-payments, deductibles, etc.
- Claims processing based upon contractual agreements, involving the use of established payment methodologies, Division of Financial Responsibility, applicable regulatory legislation, claims processing guidelines and company policies and procedures.
- Alerts manager or supervisor of issues that impact production and quality, i.e. incorrect database configurations, non-compliant claims, etc.
- Responds to incoming calls from providers of service in a timely and courteous manner.
- Resolves issues as presented or as referred by the examiners.
- Process claims based on compliance regulation and timeframes.
- Process both professional (CMS-1500) and facility (UB-04) claim types.
- Maintain quality and productivity standards as set by management.
- Resolve provider or physician group (network) claims inquiries and apply resolution in a timely fashion.
- Responds to questions from examiners. Explains processing guidelines and internal processes when needed.
- Review services for appropriateness of charges and apply authorization guidelines during claims processing.
- Prepare written requests to providers; follow up and handle completion of claim for returned correspondence.
- Requires an education level of at least a high school diploma or GED.
- Prefer, but does not require, a Certified Health Data Analyst (CHDA) or similar.
- At least 1-2 years experience processing on-line claims in a managed care environment.
- Around 4-5 years in member services or health data analysis experience, preferably in managed care environment.
- Knowledge of health care delivery system, Medicaid/Medicare, related state programs, and dual eligibility programs required.
- Strong working knowledge of concepts, practices, and procedures related to managed care / practice management.
- Established experience with database management system.
- Basic familiarity with Medical terminology is required.
- Computer skills to include Microsoft Word, Excel and basic data entry, including the ability to learn new and complex computer system applications.
Latent Print Examiner
InCadence Strategic Solutions is currently seeking a Latent Print Examiner to work on our client site in Atlanta, GA. The Latent Print Examiner will be based in Forest Park, GA, however travel may be required OCONUS, as needed: Afghanistan, Kuwait, Bahrain, or Djibouti. The Latent Print Examiner will be responsible for the following:
- Perform analysis techniques to determine the existence of latent prints.
- Identify, mark, photograph, determine suitability, submit, and perform comparisons.
- Process evidence to determine the presence of latent fingerprints using any documented wet and dry laboratory process at their location. Processing methods include, but are not limited to, Cyanoacrylate fuming, stickyside paste, and dyes.
- Examine evidence for latent prints using all means available, including, specialized lighting sources, conditions, and magnification. All latent prints discovered shall be marked in a non-destructive manner.
- Photograph each latent print using photographic equipment capable of producing an image of 1000 dpi or greater. Each photograph of each latent print shall be separately serialized with each evidence item and case.
- Examine the photographic image and determine whether the print has sufficient quality to make a comparison, and/or to submit to the Automated Biometric Identification System (ABIS). This determination shall be in accordance with documented criteria.
- Examine and compare latent prints to known prints. Determining a match shall be based on best professional judgment of the examiner. Another examiner shall verify matches independently.
- Document all examination results/findings in the Weapons Technical Intelligence Exploitation Analysis Tool (WEAT) database.
- Annotate the case file documentation, detailing the processing techniques and the examination results.
- Perform administrative and/or technical reviews of reports and worksheets.
- Ensure proper chain of custody is maintained at all times
- Maintain a clean laboratory and personal workspace environment, in accordance with local laboratory procedures.
- A minimum of a Bachelor’s degree coupled with 2-4 years’ experience in the processing of material for latent prints, recovery of latents, examination, visualizing/recording latents, and evaluating latent prints in a forensics laboratory; OR an Associate’s degree coupled with 5-7 years related experience; OR a High School diploma coupled with 8-10 years related experience.
- Proficiency utilizing AFIS, ABIS, and/or other National databases.
- Must be able to successfully pass all medical requirements for deployment.
- Must be able to successfully pass a skills assessment.
- Current comparison experience is a must.
- Able to obtain and maintain a DoD Secret security clearance.
- Professional certification by the International Association of Identification (IAI) is desired but not required
Latent Fingerprint Examiner II
Under general direction to perform skilled technical level work in latent fingerprint examination for criminal identification and evidence classification.
A successful candidate would be expected to obtain and retain certification as a Certified Latent Print Examiner. Possession of a Bachelor's Degree is highly desirable. For more information, contact Tim Fayle at (408) 808-4744.
Develops, evaluates, compares, and identifies whole, partial, fragmentary or distorted latent finger and palm prints;
Prepares and maintains case reports and records;
Maintains latent fingerprint file;
Provides evidence to support comparison findings;
Uses various fingerprint identification equipment and other technical and scientific equipment for observing and comparing latent prints;
Communicates with various law enforcement agencies as necessary and may act as a consultant on identification problems related to latent prints;
May assist in training lower level staff in fingerprint identification;
Assists in the preparation of training materials and the training of lower level staff in latent tenprint fingerprint identification;
Encodes latent prints into automated system and uses resulting printouts to develop lists of probable suspects;
Demonstrates continued proficiency in the comparison of crime scene or laboratory developed finger or palm prints;
Takes and develops photographs of latent fingerprints;
Prepares charts for courtroom presentation;
May be assigned as a Disaster Service Worker, as required;
Performs related work as required.
Sufficient education, training and experience which demonstrate the ability to perform the above tasks and possession of the knowledge and abilities listed.
Training and Experience Note: The knowledge and abilities required to perform this function are acquired through training and experience equivalent to the possession of an Bachelor's Degree from an accredited college in Forensic Science, Criminalistics, Natural Sciences, Physics, Biology, Chemistry or a closely related field;
Two (2) years of experience as a Latent Fingerprint Examiner I or equivalent experience performing latent fingerprint work.
Possession of a valid California Driver's License upon appointment and the ability to qualify for and maintain a County Driver's Permit.
Ability to work varying shifts (i.e. Day, Swing and Graveyard), including weekends and holidays.
Development and lifting of latent fingerprints;
Henry System of fingerprint classification;
Working knowledge of other fingerprint systems;
Principles and practices of photography as applied to preserving and preparing photographic evidence related to latent print evidence;
Laws of evidence, criminal procedure and courtroom procedure;
Various chemical, laser, and physical processes and related safety requirements.
Make identifications involving complex or complicated patterns, latent prints and distorted, partial, single or multiple prints;
Develop and lift latent prints from objects of evidence;
Establish and maintain effective working relationships with representatives of law enforcement agencies and those contacted in the course of work;
Write reports and correspondence;
Testify in a court of law.
InCadence Strategic Solutions is currently seeking a DNA Examiner to work on our client site in Atlanta, GA. The DNA Examiner will be based in Forest Park, GA, with required deployments OCONUS. Possible deployment locations include Afghanistan, Kuwait, Bahrain, or Djibouti. The DNA Examiner will be responsible for the following:
- Examine evidence in consultation with firearms and latent print analysts (as needed) to ensure proposed collection approach will not negatively impact collection of other forensic data from the evidence.
- Collect potential DNA samples from evidence using approved procedures designed to minimize the possibility of sample contamination. All samples shall be properly packaged, marked and stored in preparation for extraction.
- Generate STR DNA profiles from evidence and reference samples.
- Analyze and interpret data from analysis which typically consists of complex mixtures and low level samples.
- Use photographic equipment to capture still images of each evidence item and relevant key portions of the evidence item, or other exhibits, to support further analysis, conclusions, and documentation.
- Annotate the case file documentation, detailing the processing techniques and the examination results.
- Perform administrative and/or technical reviews of reports and worksheets.
- Ensure proper chain of custody is maintained.
- Perform instrument maintenance.
- A minimum of a Bachelor’s degree coupled with 4+ years’ experience working in a forensic laboratory performing DNA analysis on criminal evidence. Experience must include the following:
- Identification of blood and bloodstains, body fluids, and stains of body fluids, hair and other items requiring DNA or related analysis.
- Performance of visual and microscopic examination of hairs.
- Generation of STR DNA profiles.
- Comparison of evidence from victims, scenes, or instruments of incidents to evidence from suspects.
- Must be able to successfully pass a skills assessment.
- Able to obtain and maintain a DoD Secret security clearance required.
- Physical ability and commitment to deploy globally as a team member.
- Professional certification such as American Board of Criminalistics (ABC) is desired
- An active DoD Secret Clearance is desired
A&H Claims Examiner (12 Months Ftc)
The primary purpose of this role is to produce a high quality work product on Accident & Health or Combined Insurance claims through prompt and professional contact with customers and brokers and through the effective investigation, reserving and adjustment of claims incurred by insureds.
The duties and responsibilities of the role may alter over time due to changing needs of the business or changes in procedures or IT. Currently they include:
Manage a portfolio of claims for Accident & Health and /or Combined Insurance claims as allocated and assist processing other Retail claims as required.
Assess claims in accordance with Chubb's service level and quality requirements and the General Insurance Code of Practice. This includes determining coverage, reserving within timeframes, making payments, responding to customer queries, providing updates, and requesting additional information as needed to manage a claim.
Communication by telephone and written correspondence to brokers, claimants and others as required.
Take part in Claim Department and companywide training as required.
Respond to enquiries and escalations of matters from underwriters, brokers and customers, and work with underwriters, the Compliance Department and other departments of the company as needed.
Proactively apply claims policies and procedures including Chubb's policy in relation fraud, salvage, cost containment and complaints.
Where applicable, review income replacement claims for payment of periodic benefits at lodgement stage and at key points in the claim cycle and develop strategies for claim management and successful return to work of the claimant where possible.
Participate in claims meetings with internal and external stakeholders as required.
Manage Emergency Assistance cases end to end as allocated.
Facilitate payment of claims costs and service provider fees including reconciliation and liaison with Chubb's Shared Services Unit overseas and the service providers.
Provide advice, instructions and coaching to Chubb's Shared Services Unit overseas and outsourced service providers as required on claims within delegated authority limit.
Monitor performance and processes of service providers to make recommendations in respect of process and contract compliance, escalating breaches to Claims Management.
Assist in daily payment, audit, and other administrative tasks as required.
General assistance within the Claims Department and adoption of other duties in response to altered business needs and staff changes.
Experience & Skills Required:
Tertiary Qualified or minimum 2-5 years similar work experience
Written and verbal communication related to claims handling.
Legal requirements and regulations.
Damage and/or loss evaluation.
Chubb claim philosophy.
Capable of participating in audits
1st and/or 3rd party fraud (desirable)
Closing date: Friday 23rd November 2018
Beach And Bar Server Gumbo Limbo/Sand Bar
At more than 80 award-winning properties worldwide, The Ritz-Carlton Ladies and Gentlemen create experiences so exceptional that long after a guest stays with us, the experience stays with them. As the premier worldwide provider of luxury experiences, we set the standard for rare and special luxury service the world over. We invite you to explore The Ritz-Carlton.
Explore our very big world
We welcome you to join our global and diverse family. Whether you're new to hospitality or a seasoned professional, you can come to us knowing that you will always be appreciated for your natural talents. Your positive energy and people-pleasing mindset are an important part of why our guests stay with us again and again.
Rewards for work, benefits for life
You'll be supported in and out of the workplace through:
Discounts on hotel rooms, gift shop items, food and beverage
Learning and development opportunities
The impact you'll make
You know the finest details of our menu and can't wait to share your expertise with our guests. When they dine with us, your warm greeting, flawless table settings, and your friendly demeanor do not go unnoticed. No matter the day, you set out to provide each guest with a dining experience that will be remembered long after their stay.
What you'll be doing
Welcome guests and promptly attend to tables
Serve food and beverages to guests making recommendations if needed
Share your menu knowledge to assist guests with questions and special requests
Record transactions in the MICROS system correctly and timely
Check-in with guests to assure satisfaction with each course and beverage
Clean tables, complete closing duties and re-stock tableware and other supplies
What we're looking for
Great conversational skills and teamwork-oriented
Positive outlook and outgoing personality
Previous serving experience is a big plus
This role requires the ability to move and lift up to 25 lbs. Standing, sitting or walking for extended periods of time and ensuring a professional appearance in a clean uniform are also required. Prior to employment, we'll ask you to complete safety training and certification.
Connect your passions with a rewarding opportunity
You're a food and beverage enthusiast who really enjoys making others feel at home. When you work with us, you'll get to entertain and meet people from all over the world as you build your experience. Join us and grow through opportunities to explore the business, opening yourself to various career options. No matter your path, we'll make sure you feel right at home.
The Ritz-Carlton is an equal opportunity employer committed to hiring a diverse workforce and sustaining an inclusive culture. The Ritz-Carlton does not discriminate on the basis of disability, veteran status or any other basis protected under federal, state or local laws.
Permit Technician / Plans Examiner
Pay Grade: 57
Pay Range: $17.87 to $25.02 per hour
New employees usually start at the beginning level of the pay range
FLSA Status: Non-exempt, eligible for overtime compensation
Deadline to Apply: 11/27/18 5:00 PM
Under general supervision of the Administrative Support Services Manager, the ideal candidate performs a variety of customer service related tasks for both internal and external customers, represents the Public Works Department front counter, permit processing, utility research, floodplain delineations, reviewing plats and maps using the Geographical Information System (GIS), compiling and interpreting data, maintaining, updating records and reports. This position has considerable contact with both internal and external customers, including the general-public. A high level of customer service skills are required.
Receives, logs and conducts preliminary plan and report reviews
Researches and identifies the availability of water and sewer service and lines utilizing the digital Geographic Information System (GIS) mapping system, as-built plans and field data
Generates and submits requests for water and sewer utility services, and calculates utility construction fee charges
Provides answers regarding work within the right-of-way, FEMA floodplain information, engineering permits and existing water and wastewater utility lines and availability
Retrieves data from computer or hard copy files, answers and documents questions and provides clerical support in various locations.
Tracks plan review process and monitors status of plan reviews
Cross-trains with Building and Planning & Zoning Division personnel, entering permit information at time of application, verifying permit fee information and issuance of building permits.
Files and maintains construction drawings, flood insurance maps, associated studies and other information received in conventional or electronic formats
Other duties as assigned.
Must have a high school diploma or equivalent
Must possess a valid Arizona driver's license or ability to obtain one within three (3) months of hire.
Must have two (2) years of administrative/clerical experience.
Must have experience equivalent to two (2) years in one or more of the following areas: civil engineering or surveying, construction and building field work, permitting, regulatory or other technical work
Any equivalent combination of education, experience and training which provides the knowledge and abilities necessary to perform the essential functions of the position may be considered.
Candidate of choice must pass pre-employment drug screening and background check.
Knowledge, Skills, and Other Characteristics:
Federal, State, and City rules, regulations, policies, procedures, codes, and ordinances related to public works; reading and understanding FEMA/Floodplain maps to determine base flood elevations; occupational hazards and safety precautions; record keeping and file maintenance practices; GIS practices and principles.
Researching and responding to a wide variety of questions related to the position; written and oral communications for administrative and technical purposes; public relations techniques in responding to inquiries and complaints; organizing, prioritizing and accomplishing work within required timeframes, exercising independent judgment; establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with State, Federal, and other local officials, elected officials, engineers, contractors, and City residents; coordinating services and activities with other divisions and departments; understanding engineering and surveying practices; ability to read plans and as-builts; computer hardware and software related to area of assignment.
Physical and Visual Ability: sufficient to effectively and safely perform required duties and to safely operate required equipment and city vehicle as needed.
Hearing and Speaking Ability: sufficient to clearly, concisely and effectively communicate in person and over the telephone.
City of Prescott Contact Information
201 S. Cortez St.
Prescott, AZ 86303
Phone: 928-777-1347 / Fax: 928-777-1213
Major Benefits For Full-Time Regular Employees: Paid time off; ten paid holidays; employee and/or family health and life insurance; short term and long term disability; Arizona State Retirement and Social Security contributions; other optional benefits such as deferred compensation plans and additional life insurance. PROBATION: Each employee must satisfactorily serve an established probationary period. NOTE: When advised, reasonable accommodations will be made in order for an "otherwise qualified applicant" with a disability to participate in any phase of the selection process.
Computer Forensic Examiner (Ago Senior Investigator/Analyst) Medicaid Fraud Control Division, Attorn
This position will remain open until a sufficient number of qualified candidates have applied. First review of applications is expected to occur on 9/16/2018 and will be ongoing.
It is in the applicants' best interest to submit their application materials as early as possible. The hiring manager reserves the right to make a hiring decision at any time. This job posting may be closed at any time without notice.
The AGO serves more than 230 state agencies, boards, commissions, colleges and universities, as well as the Legislature and the Governor. The mission of the Office is to deliver the highest quality professional legal services to officials, agencies, and citizens of the state of Washington.
The Office is comprised of over 550 attorneys and 700 professional staff. Diversity is critical to the success of the mission of the AGO. It is the recognition, respect, and appreciation of all cultures and backgrounds and the fostering of the inclusion of differences between people.
Appreciating, valuing and implementing principles of diversity permits AGO employees to achieve their fullest potential in an inclusive, respectful environment. The core values of the AGO are served by a strong commitment to the value of diversity and by promoting an inclusive workplace.
For more information about the AGO, we encourage you to review the Office's newest Annual Report which can be found HERE and view THIS VIDEO.
The Attorney General's Office is recruiting for a permanent full time AGO Senior Investigator/Analyst in the Medicaid Fraud Control Division. This position is located in Olympia.
The Medicaid Fraud Control Division (MFCD) of the Washington State Attorney General's Office is expanding to better serve the people of the State of Washington! As part of this expansion we have a new computer forensic position open in MFCD headquarters in Olympia.
MFCD also has two regional offices in the AGO's Spokane and Seattle Offices. The Division's expansion adds 11 new staff, bring us to 53 teammates comprised of attorneys, forensic data and financial analysts, field investigators, and professional support staff. The federally funded and mandated MFCD is dedicated to the mission of deterring provider fraud as well as abuse and neglect in residential facilities.
MFC is unique in that it involves protecting not only the Medicaid program of roughly 13 billion dollars per annum, but also its most vulnerable persons, typically elderly nursing home patients. In many of our cases, there is no precedent so MFC is consistently on the cutting edge of legal theories and issues.
The cases range from abuse and neglect of persons in nursing homes, large scale organized individual and corporate civil and criminal fraudulent activity to national whistleblower actions. Our staff is a highly professional, fun and seasoned analytical investigative team. MFC is unique in that all cases have an attorney, field investigator and forensic data/ financial analyst assigned. This, and the great people who make up the unit, gives MFC a particularly terrific team atmosphere.
This position must manage computer forensics (imaging and extraction) on site, cloud based as well as via consent in addition a robust caseload, working on assigned matters through resolution, whether litigation or negotiation.
This position carries a caseload of complex civil and criminal matters in addition to the computer forensic duties, requiring the ability to shift priorities and be highly organized. The incumbent will perform a variety of tasks in connection with the analysis of electronic information processing systems in support of the Computer Forensics Lab.
Applies a knowledge of network computer systems, common communication software, including Outlook, and familiarity with electronic e-mail systems; knowledge of different operating systems, including Windows, DOS, variations of Unix, including Linux, and Mac OS; the Internet; hardware in standalone computers; various electronic storage media including internal and external hard drives, optical technology, tape devices, large capacity cartridges, and multimedia card/flash memory; Tablet and alike personal scheduling/address book/e-mail devices; data archiving technology; USB/Firewire technology; and computer forensic software, including Encase and Forensic Tool Kit. Knowledge of coding, sequel and other query application is a plus.
While AAGs oversee and manage all phases of MFC matters, investigators must work with a sense of urgency and take initiative to keep their cases moving toward resolution. The successful candidate for this position will be highly motivated and have a strong desire to enforce the law and the demonstrated ability to work with a team.
This position also has the opportunity to collaborate with the National Association of Medicaid Fraud Control Units through working on national cases, specialized training and an unparalleled investigative and litigation support network. MFC investigators investigate cases on their own as well as with our federal counterparts in particular, HHS OIG, FBI, Customs, as well as local law enforcement and state administrative agencies. If you enjoy ethical, innovative civil and criminal investigative work in a team setting, complex puzzle solving and being on the cutting edge of law, this is the place.
For information about the position, contact MFC Director Larissa Payne at (360) 586-8880.
Bachelor's degree and ten years of experience conducting investigations, which include the authority to independently plan and conduct investigations in civil or criminal cases.
Ability to obtain a valid Washington State driver's license; ability to travel statewide day or night.
Additional qualifying investigative experience may substitute year for year for education.
Five years' experience as an AGO Investigator/Analyst.
The most competitive candidates will possess the following preferred qualifications:
EnCase, Forensic Tool Kit, and/or Axiom certification
Ability to apply knowledge of network computer systems, common communication software, including Outlook, and familiarity with electronic e-mail systems; knowledge of different operating systems, including Windows, DOS, variations of Unix, including Linux, and Mac OS; the Internet; hardware in standalone computers; various electronic storage media including internal and external hard drives, optical technology, tape devices, large capacity cartridges, and multimedia card/flash memory; PDA and alike personal scheduling/address book/e-mail devices; data archiving technology; USB/Firewire technology; and computer forensic software.
Knowledge of coding, sequel, and other query applications is a plus
Responding to difficult, stressful or sensitive situations in a manner that minimizes potential conflicts and maintain good working relationships with others.
A background check consisting of employment history, professional references, and educational verification (e.g., degree, license, or official transcript) may be conducted. Incumbent will be required to submit to and pass a fingerprint-based criminal background check conducted by the Washington State Patrol (WSP) Criminal Records Division as a condition of employment and every five (5) years thereafter. Incumbent may also be required to submit to and pass a criminal background check at any time during the period of employment if, in the scope of their employment and assigned duties, they are identified as a witness by an AAG prosecuting a criminal case.
In addition to completing the online application, applicants must attach the following documents to their profile in order to be considered for this position:
- A letter of interest, describing your specific qualifications for the position;
- A current resume detailing experience, education, and current salary.
READ THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION COMPLETELY:
Carefully review your application for accuracy, spelling and grammar before submitting.
You may not reapply to this posting for 30 days.
The initial screening of applications will be solely based on the contents and completeness of the "work experience" and "education" sections of your application in www.careers.wa.gov, completeness of the application material submitted, and responses to the supplemental questionnaire.
A resume will not substitute for completing the "work experience" section of the application.
All information may be verified and documentation may be required.
Honoring diversity, equity and inclusion means that as an agency, and as individuals, we are committed to ensuring that all employees and volunteers enjoy a respectful, safe and supportive working environment. Only by fostering the inclusion of people from all backgrounds, cultures and attributes, can AGO employees and volunteers achieve their fullest potential and best advance the goals and mission of the AGO.
The AGO is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, creed, color, national origin, sex, marital status, sexual orientation/gender identity, age, disability, honorably discharged veteran or military status, retaliation or the use of a trained dog guide or service animal by a person with a disability. Persons requiring reasonable accommodation in the application process or requiring information in an alternative format may contact Tracy Robinson at 360-586-7693. Those with a hearing impairment in need of accommodation are encouraged to contact the Washington Relay Service at 1-800-676-3777 or www.washingtonrelay.com.
For questions regarding this recruitment or assistance with the application process, please contact Judith Vandergeest at (360) 586-7691 or email@example.com.
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