Inspector General Job Description Sample
Senior Financial Analyst/Senior Financial Investigator, Office Of The Inspector General
The Office of the Inspector General for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts (Office) is the oldest state-level inspector general's office in the nation. The Office has a broad mandate to prevent and detect fraud, waste and abuse in the expenditure of public funds. The Office has the authority to summons records and people for investigations and management reviews, and to investigate both criminal and civil violations of law. The Office works closely with other law enforcement and prosecutorial agencies, including the FBI, the Massachusetts State Police, the Massachusetts Attorney General's Office and the United States Attorney's Office.
The successful candidate will be a part of the Office's Audit, Oversight & Investigations Division, which investigates possible criminal and civil misconduct in the use of public funds and property. The division also identifies improvements to internal and financial controls to prevent fraud, waste and abuse in the use of government assets. The successful candidate will:
Conduct complex investigations and reviews into the fraud, waste, and abuse of public funds.
Provide financial and accounting analyses related to investigations and reviews.
Manage multiple forensic accounting and investigative projects at the same time.
Develop and execute investigative plans, including conducting interviews and writing reports.
Analyze and interpret financial information.
Investigate and document citizen complaints (including hotline calls).
Review financial statements and associated financial applications to determine compliance with statutory requirements and generally accepted accounting principles.
May also on occasion testify in state and federal administrative hearings, grand jury, trials and other court proceedings.
Bachelor's degree in accounting, finance, business administration or other business-related field.
Minimum 7 years of financial accounting experience, with at least two years in public accounting and with an emphasis on forensic accounting, financial audits or financial investigations.
Demonstrated strengths as an independent analytical thinker capable of effectively communicating findings through spreadsheets and written reports, as well as through oral presentations.
Demonstrated ability to asses and implement internal controls for the public or private sectors.
Proven ability to analyze and interpret financial accounting statements and information.
Strong organizational, analytical and interpersonal skills.
Proficient in Microsoft Office products, including Access, Excel and Word.
Demonstrated information technology skills.
Working knowledge of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) and Generally Accepted Government Auditing Standards (GAGAS).
Demonstrated knowledge of generally accepted accounting principles, including fund accounting, used by state and local governments.
Ability to handle several projects concurrently.
Master's degree in accounting or other business-related field.
Advanced Professional Designations, such as: Certified Public Accountant (CPA), Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE), Certified Internal Auditor (CIA), Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA), Certified in Financial Forensics (CFF), Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist (CAMS), Master Analyst in Financial Forensics (MAFF), or other relevant professional designation.
Knowledge of accounting software, such as Peachtree or Great Plains.
Specialized fraud training.
Database management experience.
Experience working with data analytics tools.
Working knowledge and experience with municipal finance and accounting.
Experience working with prosecutorial agencies.
How to Apply:
Submit cover letter and resume to:
Mary Beth Farrelly, Chief Financial Officer
Office of the Inspector General
One Ashburton Place, Room 1311
Boston, MA 02108
Information about the Office of the Inspector General:
Michigan Department Of Health And Human Services Office Of Inspector General Intern
With questions or for more information about the State of Michigan Internship Program, please visit:
State of Michigan Internship Program Overview
- Currently Accepting Applications For Summer 2019 Semester*
The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) will protect, preserve, and promote the health and safety of the people of Michigan, with particular attention to providing for the needs of vulnerable and underserved populations. MDHHS is one of the largest of the executive branch departments. MDHHS is responsible for health policy and management of the state's health, mental health, and substance use care systems. For more information, visit: www.michigan.gov/mdch.
The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services Office of Inspector General is seeking an intern to work beginning the Summer 2019 semester (May through August 2019).
The intern responsibilities and projects may include learning from Agents and Analysts, and assisting with the following:
Research, identify and determine if recipients, business entities or Medicaid providers fraudulently received (or were issued) entitlement program funds administered by the MDHHS
Accompany and assist Agents and Analysts who are conducting field investigations or audit vendor oversight activities
Prepare for and attend Administrative, Felony Court and/or Appeal proceedings
Perform data analysis and/or utilize available data and other information to support fraud allegations
Use various forms of communication between State departments and agencies to resolve fraud allegations for recovery of misspent program funds
Required Education and Experience
Internship is open to current junior or senior Undergraduates with a major in a Health Profession, Criminal Justice, and/or Accounting/Auditing.
Preference will be given to Criminal Justice majors!
Additional Requirements and Information
Please attach a cover letter, current resume and official transcripts. Your cover letter must include answers to the following questions:
What qualities or attributes will you bring to the MDHHS Office of Inspector General?
What are your career interests, goals and plans? Please be specific.
What do you expect to gain from this internship experience?
Please specify your interest in one or both of the following disciplines:
A. Medicaid Provider Investigations
B. Public Assistance Recipient Investigations
Please click on the link to download a Michigan State Police Criminal Background Authorization Form. Once you complete the form please upload the form to the attachment section of your application along with your resume, cover letter and college transcripts. This form will be required to be considered for an interview. Please click on the link to the form located on the job posting. If you have questions regarding this form, please call (517) 284-0100.
Candidates will also be subject to a MDHHS background check.
General Construction Inspector III (Sr-19) - Oahu
Recruitment Number 218365 - Downtown, Oahu Employment Only.
Note: The starting monthly salary is at the minimum rate of pay advertised above.
A continuous recruitment may be closed at any time. The notice of the last day to file applications will be posted in our office and on the Job Opportunities Listing page of our website.
Full performance level for general construction inspection work. Independently inspect all phases of public works construction and major maintenance projects such as buildings, wharves, piers, pipelines, breakwaters, seawalls, paving and dredging, for conformance with plans, specifications, contracts, regulations and standard methods of work; assure compliance with designs, specifications and applicable workmanship, material and safety codes and standards; and perform other related duties as assigned.
Minimum Qualification Requirements
Applicants must meet all the requirements for the position they are seeking as of the date of the application, unless otherwise specified. Please note that unless specifically indicated, the required education and experience may not be gained concurrently.
Your possession of the required amount of experience will not in itself be accepted as proof of qualification for the position. Overall paid or unpaid experience must be of such scope and responsibility as to conclusively demonstrate that you have the ability to perform the duties of the position. Note: Your calculation of experience must be based on full-time, 40-hour work weeks.
Part-time experience must be pro-rated. Example: Twelve months of experience at 20 hours/week is equivalent to six months of experience, not one year. Also, hours worked in excess of 40 hours/week will not be credited. Example: Twelve months of experience at 60 hours/week is equivalent to one year of experience, not one and a half years.
To qualify, you must meet all of the following requirements:
Basic Education/Experience Requirement:
Work experience which demonstrated the ability to read and apply oral and written instructions, write simply and directly and perform arithmetic computations.
Graduation from high school, or equivalent, may be substituted for the work experience described above.
Two (2) years of journey-level experience in one or more of the construction trades which provided the full range of specialized knowledge, skills, abilities and practices used in such trade(s) as applicable in the construction industry.
Two (2) years of either:
A. Construction inspection work experience, OR
B. Full-time supervisory work experience over a force of skilled trades workers in the construction industry, provided the experience involved responsibility for interpreting plans and specifications and inspecting workmanship and materials for adherence to such plans and specifications.
At least one (1) year of Specialized Experience must have been comparable to the General Construction Inspector II level as described below:
General Construction Inspector II independently inspect structures of limited complexity or several phases of the construction of major waterfront facilities and public improvements to ascertain whether construction methods, practices, materials and workmanship conform to provisions of contracts, plans, specifications, regulations and standard methods of work; resolve problems based on precedents or instructions; and perform other related duties as assigned.
Experience in such positions as the following will not be accepted as qualifying:
A. Engineering Aid or Draftsman
B. Equipment Operators
C. Materials Inspector
D. Automotive Mechanic
Excess Specialized Experience may be substituted for General Experience on a month-for-month basis.
Federal Criminal History Records Check (TWIC):
In accordance with Federal regulations, persons who are being considered for employment in positions which require unescorted access to secured areas at the harbor must undergo a pre-employment fingerprint-based criminal history record check. In order to be granted the Transportation Worker Identification Credential (TWIC) clearance, prospective employees must not have been convicted, or found "not guilty by reason of insanity," of a disqualifying criminal offense within seven years from the date of appointment.
Upon recommendation for hire, prospective employees will be required to successfully undergo the fingerprint-based criminal history record check and be found free of disqualifying convictions during the preceding seven years. The cost for the records check will be the applicant's responsibility. However, upon hire, the employee will be reimbursed provided he/she submit the TWIC receipt to his/her supervisor.
The information provided above represents a summary of the complete Minimum Qualification Requirements. To view the Requirements in their entirety, please CLICK HERE.
PUBLIC SERVICE LOAN FORGIVENESS (PSLF) PROGRAM
The PSLF Program is a federal program that is intended to encourage individuals to work in public service by forgiving the balance of their federal student loans. To qualify, the individual must have made 120 qualifying payments while employed by a qualifying employer. For more information, please click: https://studentaid.ed.gov/sa/repay-loans/forgiveness-cancellation/public-service
ELECTRONIC NOTIFICATION TO APPLICANTS
The Department of Human Resources Development (HRD) will use electronic mail (email) to notify applicants of important information relating to the status and processing of their applications as part of our ongoing efforts to increase operational efficiency, promote the conservation of green resources, and minimize delays and costs.
Please ensure that the email address and contact information you provide is current, secure, and readily accessible to you. We will not be responsible in any way if you do not receive our emails or fail to check your email-box in a timely manner. In addition, please be aware that you may no longer receive notification about applications submitted if you choose to disable the Job Application Emails feature in your Account Settings.
The examination for this recruitment will be conducted on an unassembled basis where the examination score is based on an evaluation and rating of your education and experience. It is therefore important that your employment application provide a clear and detailed description of the duties and responsibilities of each position you held.
In-person interviews and/or further testing in Hawaii may be required at the discretion of the hiring agency. If in-person interviews and/or further testing is a requirement, applicants who meet the minimum qualification requirements and are referred to the vacancy must be available to participate in person and at their own expense in this required phase of the selection process.
Applicants are encouraged to submit their applications as soon as possible. In addition to employment availability and score, the referral of qualified applicants may be based upon other factors including date of receipt of the application.
The State of Hawai'i complies with federal and state disability laws and makes reasonable accommodations for applicants and employees with disabilities. If you require reasonable accommodations in completing an application, any pre-employment testing, or otherwise participating in the selection process, please call 808-587-0936 for assistance.
CLICK HERE for further information about Equal Employment Opportunity, the Merit Civil Service System, Citizenship and other requirements, Reasonable Accommodation, Veterans Preference, Examination Requirements, and the State Recruiting Office's Levels of Review.
Deputy Assistant Inspector General For Investigations
The Department of Transportation (DOT) Office of Inspector General provides independent, objective reviews of the efficiency and effectiveness of Department of Transportation programs and operations, and detects and prevents fraud, waste, and abuse, and criminal violations of laws affecting DOT. OIG fulfills its statutory responsibilities and supports members of Congress, the Secretary, Department officials, and the public in achieving a safe, efficient, and effective transportation system.
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Under the authority of the Inspector General Act of 1978, and under the general direction of the Deputy Inspector General and the Principal Assistant Inspector General for Investigations (PAIGI), you will be responsible for the overall management, direction and coordination of regional/field investigative activities and headquarters functions relating to Department of Transportation (DOT) programs, contractors, and alleged improprieties on the part of Departmental employees. You will be responsible for the coordination of fraud prevention, detection, and investigation efforts with DOT Operating Administrations, state and local governments, and DOT grantees regarding aviation safety, contract/grant fraud, illegal transportation of hazardous materials and/or Federal Motor Carrier fraud crimes. You will coordinate the development of investigative policies to continually improve investigative techniques and to improve the coverage, quality, and effectiveness of investigative reports.
Occasional travel - Occasional travel up to 25%
Job family (Series)
1811 Criminal Investigation
HelpRequirements Conditions of Employment
Must be a U.S. Citizen.
This position requires a top secret clearance.
Successful completion of a background investigation is required.
Medical examination (fitness) and drug testing required.
Public Financial Disclosure Report (SF-278e) is required within 30 days.
Required to carry a firearm or ammunition. Annual certification required.
NOTE: Persons newly appointed to an SES position will be required to serve a one-year probationary period.
As a basic requirement for entry into the Senior Executive Service (SES), you must show in your resume evidence of progressively responsible leadership experience that is indicative of senior executive level management capability and that is directly related to the skills and abilities outlined under the Technical Qualifications and Executive Core Qualifications listed below.
TECHNICAL QUALIFICATIONS (TQs): You must address the following technical qualifications clearly in your resume.
Demonstrated executive-level experience in law enforcement related activities including the following: arrests, search warrants, electronic surveillance, consensual monitoring, undercover operations, emergency operations, protective operations, information management, and computer forensics and the use of information technology as an investigative tool.
Demonstrated executive-level experience leading, directing, and monitoring a comprehensive criminal or administrative investigative program. This may involve broad and complex issues of fraud, waste, abuse, or misconduct by senior officials throughout a large geographically dispersed professional workforce.
EXECUTIVE CORE QUALIFICATIONS (ECQs): Below are descriptions of the ECQs that must be clearly described in your resume.
ECQ 1 – LEADING CHANGE: This core qualification involves the ability to bring about strategic change, both within and outside the organization, to meet organizational goals.
Inherent to this ECQ is the ability to establish an organizational vision and to implement it in a continuously changing environment. Creativity & Innovation, External Awareness, Flexibility, Resilience, Strategic Thinking and Vision.
ECQ 2 – LEADING PEOPLE: The ability to lead people toward meeting the organization's vision, mission, and goals.
Inherent to this ECQ is the ability to provide an inclusive workplace that fosters the development of others, facilitates cooperation and teamwork, and supports constructive resolution of conflicts. Conflict Management, Leveraging Diversity, Developing Others, and Team Building.
ECQ 3 – RESULTS DRIVEN: The ability to meet organizational goals and customer expectations.
Inherent to this ECQ is the ability to make decisions that produce high-quality results by applying technical knowledge, analyzing problems, and calculating risks. Accountability, Customer Service, Decisiveness, Entrepreneurship, Problem Solving and Technical Credibility.
ECQ 4 – BUSINESS ACUMEN: The ability to manage human, financial, material, and information resources strategically. Financial Management, Technology Management, and Human Capital Management.
ECQ 5 – BUILDING COALITIONS/COMMUNICATIONS: The ability to build coalitions internally and with other Federal agencies, State and local governments, nonprofit and private sector organization, foreign governments, or international organizations to achieve common goals.
Influencing/Negotiating, oral Communication, Partnering, and Political Savvy.
FUNDAMENTAL COMPETENCIES: The following competencies are the foundation for success in each of the Executive Core
Interpersonal Skills, Oral Communication, Written Communication, Integrity/Honesty, Continual Learning, and Public Service Motivation.
Additional information about the SES and Executive Core Qualifications can be found on the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) website (https://www.opm.gov/policy-data-oversight/senior-executive-service/executive-core-qualifications/).
Instructor, Massachusetts Office Of The Inspector General
The Office of the Inspector General (OIG) seeks a self-motivated, energetic, detail-oriented individual to serve as an instructor in our training and certification program for public employees and other professionals. Although a 40-hour per week position is preferred, the OIG will consider a position of between 25 and 40 hours per week.
The successful candidate will work in the Regulatory & Compliance (R&C) Division. The R&C Division manages the Massachusetts Certified Public Purchasing Official (MCPPO) training program. The MCPPO program is a statewide education and certification program that has trained over 20,000 participants since its creation in 1997. Its primary focus is to educate state and local employees to operate effectively, promote excellence in public procurement, and help the private sector understand state and local bidding requirements. Class topics include, but are not limited to, procurement practices, legal compliance, contract administration, public construction and design law, fraud prevention, and ethics.
The R&C Division also provides extensive assistance with respect to Chapter 30B of the Massachusetts General Laws, the procurement law that most municipalities and local jurisdictions must follow to acquire supplies, services and real property. As part of its activities, the R&C Division operates the Office's procurement help line, conducts compliance reviews, interprets Chapter 30B and publishes the Office's quarterly Procurement Bulletin.
The successful candidate will:
Serve as a classroom instructor.
Revise and update existing curriculum.
Develop new program curriculum (instructional design).
Draft, edit and update class material.
Ensure that all class materials comply with the program's quality and certification standards.
Some in-state travel is required.
The successful candidate will also have the opportunity to:
Provide advice to public officials about public procurement matters.
Represents the OIG at meetings and outside speaking events.
At least 2 years of full-time (or equivalent part-time) professional experience, with an emphasis in public or business administration, communications, procurement/purchasing or other relevant industry or discipline.
Prior teaching, training or presentation experience.
Demonstrated ability to present professional education programs in a classroom group setting.
Excellent written and oral communication skills.
Ability to work and collaborate in a team environment.
Exemplary time-management skills with an ability to handle several objectives concurrently.
Ability to work independently and to be a self-starter.
Strong attention to details.
Valid driver's license.
Proficiency in the Commonwealth's public procurement and public construction laws or knowledge of public procurement, public construction or a similar field.
Experience working in municipal or state government in Massachusetts.
Classroom teaching experience.
How to Apply:
Submit cover letter and resume to:
Mary Beth Farrelly, Chief Financial Officer
Office of the Inspector General
One Ashburton Place, Room 1311
Boston, MA 02108
Information about the Office of the Inspector General:
Fraud Investigator - Office Of Inspector General
The OIG has primary responsibility for maintaining integrity of the Income Maintenance (IM) Programs such as Medicaid/BadgerCare Plus and FoodShare. IM Program eligibility determination is supported by a number of complex automated information systems including: ACCESS online application, Client Assistant for Reemployment and Economic Support (CARES), and the DHS Medicaid management information system (interchange). In the Fraud Investigation, Recovery and Enforcement (FIRE) Section of the OIG, the person in this position is responsible for monitoring and assisting local agencies (consortia and independents) that administer Fraud Prevention and Investigation Program (FPIP), completing recipient and vendor fraud investigations, providing training and technical assistance to local agencies, updating and disseminating program guidance materials, and representing the OIG on all data systems projects related to recipient fraud and trafficking.
Special Notes: Due to the nature of the position, all applicants who may be appointed will be required to allow DHS to conduct a background check to determine whether the circumstances of any conviction may be related to the job being filled.
This position requires some travel to conduct investigations and fact finding.
A minimally qualified applicant will have:
Economic support experience (e.g. determining eligibility for FoodShare, Medicaid programs, etc).
Experience collecting, analyzing and evaluating data, conducting trend analysis, or developing reports based on collected data.
Proficiency in multiple computer systems including Microsoft Office and CARES.
In addition, well-qualified applicants will have:
Investigatory experience performing duties such as identifying, preserving and examining evidence, coordinating surveillance, investigative report writing, etc.
Experience in the development and implementation of training programs performing duties such as developing training plans and materials and providing training to a variety of audiences.
Experience participating in administrative hearings and/or administrative waiver experience.
Assistant Inspector General
Description of Duties/Essential Functions Benefits Supplemental Questions
POSITION SUMMARY: Under management direction of the Deputy Inspector General and/or Deputy Inspector General and Chief, serves as Assistant Inspector General. The incumbent is responsible for drafting final summary reports for investigative cases conducted by the Office of Executive Inspector General (OEIG) under the auspices of the State Officials and Employees Ethics Act, conducting or assisting with research relating to legal, investigative, disciplinary, and other relevant issues. This position involves working with information of an extremely sensitive and confidential nature associated with investigations and legal proceedings.
1.Responsible for drafting final summary reports for investigative cases. Final summary reports include: documentation of allegations, investigative steps taken, evidence adduced, analyses of ethical and legal implications, findings and recommendations for appropriate action.
2.Assists in conducting research relating to legal, investigative, labor, disciplinary and other relevant issues under statutes, rules and regulations.
3.Drafts legal memoranda summarizing research.
4.Assists Investigators in development of investigative plans. Provides legal guidance and resolution of legal issues that arise during investigations. Prepares subpoenas and assists other OEIG legal staff in research.
5.Interviews subjects, eyewitnesses and various other parties regarding information to gather, verify, and/or corroborate evidence.
6.Ensures compliance with internal and external reporting and other statutory obligations by maintaining case logs, providing input on monthly reports, investigative status reports, and reviewing responses and other documents stemming from the issuance of founded reports.
7.Assists in investigating and issuing revolving door determinations and reviewing the state's hiring practices to ensure compliance with state and federal hiring practices.
8.Directs the preparation of case files. Reviews pleadings and testifies before administrative judicatory bodies. Attends hearings before the EEC. Draft briefs and provides oral arguments before the EEC as required.
9.Assists law enforcement authorities.
ADDITIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES: Performs other duties as required or assigned which are reasonably within the scope of the duties enumerated above.
REPORTS TO: Deputy Inspector General and/or Deputy Inspector General and Chief
JOB STATUS: Full-time, FLSA non-exempt. This position is exempt from the provisions of the State of Illinois Personnel Code.
- graduation from an accredited law school;
- successful completion of the Uniform Bar Examination or license to practice law in the United States;
- admittance to Illinois State Bar within one year of acceptance of an AIG positions;
- prior legal experience in the area of ethics, criminal or labor/employment law is desirable;
- ability to balance multiple concurrent priorities;
- high ethical standards and the ability to work with sensitive and confidential materials;
- ability to travel, including overnight;
- flexibility to work independently and in a team environment;
- excellent interpersonal, analytical, research, writing, organizational, and communication skills; and
- demonstrated knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite (Excel, Word, Outlook) and internet applications.
Work Hours & Location/Agency Contact:
9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Office of Executive Inspector General
69 West Washington Street
Chicago, IL 60602
How to Apply:
(The OEIG is a non-code state agency)
Visit our website at www.inspectorgeneral.illinois.gov. Qualified applicants can apply online and submit the completed application, resume, and cover letter. If preferred, download the OEIG application and mail to the OEIG Division of Human Resources, 69 West Washington, Suite 3400, Chicago, IL 60602.
The OEIG is an Equal Opportunity Employer and provides reasonable accommodation to applicants and employees with disabilities.
Cobham is seeking a General Inspector that will perform inspection, functional testing, type testing and examination of all product subassemblies, final assemblies, and finished product(s). This position is located in Davenport, Iowa.
Perform dimensional and/or functional examination of electrical, electronic, and electromechanical components and sub-assemblies, as well as parts, gears, moldings, and castings that have been purchased or fabricated in-house.
Perform inspection, functional testing, type testing and examination of all product subassemblies, final assemblies, and finished product(s).
Checks fabricated parts for correct size, configuration requirements, and material identification as prescribed in job specifications.
Uses various types of test equipment, meters, etc., to verify that electrical, electronic, and electro-mechanical parts and sub-assemblies meet job specifications.
Operates all product related test equipment to analyze, record, and determine acceptability of product performance.
Checks all finished product, associated documentation, and sales order requirements prior to shipment.
Inspects solder and solderability on parts, sub-assemblies, components, etc.
May perform process validations at CLSS or suppliers' facilities.
May perform source inspections or verification of inspection techniques at suppliers' facilities.
Maintains complete and accurate records of inspection activities.
Performs all operations according to prescribed safety and environmental principles.
May occasionally lift 45 lbs.
All other related duties as assigned.
Must possess a high school diploma or general education degree (GED).
1 years of experience with reading and interpreting electrical schematics, blueprints, specifications, written instructions and sales order requirements.
1 years of experience with performing size, form, orientation, and runout measurements on standard and special design measuring equipment.
1 years of experience inspecting solder and solderability on a variety of parts, sub-assemblies, components, etc.
1 years of experience with test equipment.
This position requires access to technology, materials, software or hardware that is controlled by export laws of the US. In order to be eligible you must be either a US Citizen or Permanent Resident.
Experience handling fragile parts, completed product, and delicate measuring equipment without damaging them.
Experience completing accurate records of inspection activities, using a computer terminal.
20/20 vision corrected or uncorrected in at least one eye and average to normal color vision (4 to 6 responses Titmus, B&L or AO Testing machines or equivalent).
For more information regarding the Davenport facility and products manufactured there, please visit the below links:
Cobham's values of Trust, Talent and Technology have driven us from our launch in 1934 by Sir Alan Cobham, an aviation innovator, to becoming a global leader in state-of-the-art aerospace and defense systems. And it's the insights of our innovators today that will secure our collective future. Innovators like you.
Cobham is one of the world's leading companies engaged in the development, delivery and support of leading-edge aerospace and defense systems in the air, on land and at sea. Our clients and partners trust Cobham to deliver the mission-critical technology they need, and we trust our employees to draw on their ingenuity and passion to deliver those solutions. This leads to an empowering culture for our people. Our Leadership team is open, sharing plans for the next five years, driving retention by offering demanding, exciting work, and providing full guidance and mentoring.
Cobham is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer and embraces diversity in our employee population. It is the policy of Cobham to provide equal opportunity to all qualified applicants and employees without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability, protected veteran status, or genetic information. Cobham will refrain from discharging, or otherwise discriminating against, employees or applicants who inquire about, discuss, or disclose their compensation or the compensation of other employees or applicants.
To see all of our latest opportunities and for consideration please visit www.cobham.com/careers
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Equity Coordinator, Office Of Inspector General / Human Services Program Representative 2
Job Class: Human Services Program Representative 2Working Title: Equity Coordinator, Office of Inspector General
Who May Apply: Open to all qualified job seekers
Date Posted: 01/03/2019
Closing Date: 01/16/2019
Hiring Agency: Department of Human Services
Division/Unit: Central Office / Office of Inspector General
Work Shift: Day
Work Hours: 8:30am
Days of Work: Monday
Travel Required: No
Salary Range: $26.30 - $38.75 /hourly; $54,914 - $80,910 /annually
Job Class Option: None
Classified Status: Classified
Connect 700 Program Eligible: Yes
As the Equity Coordinator, you'll coordinate the work on Equity across the Office of Inspector General (OIG) and be responsible for making equity part of all of OIG programs, policies and procedures. You'll advise and support division directors, Equity Committee members, Equity champions/liaisons and staff in the OIG administration on implementation of the agency-wide Equity Policy.
Develop and maintain the OIG's internal equity initiatives and community engagement strategies
Advise and support OIG management and staff on the development of an equitable and inclusive organizational culture and operational processes
Support OIG management and staff to develop policies and practices that are culturally sensitive and inclusive of input from employees, advocates, and from non-majority communities
Coordinate with OIG management and staff to assess equity and inclusion awareness/capacity, identify activities to build equity and inclusion, and implement those activities across the OIG
Work with equity leaders across the agency (Department of Human Services), specifically Equity Coordinators from other administrations and the Community Relations Director
Communicate complex information in varied settings to a wide variety of audiences
3 years of professional experience building equity, diversity and inclusion in a medium or large organization
Demonstrating the following
Experience working with diverse communities and stakeholders and advocating for underserved and marginalized communities
Experience supporting and advising teams; coordinating training and staff development; and meeting facilitation
Knowledge and understanding of OIG programs and policies
Experience providing consultation and coaching to management to improved cross-cultural communication
Understanding of the role and operation of state government in building the health and human services infrastructure
Bachelor's degree in social services, human services or closely related field
Demonstrated knowledge of the research and professional literature on building equitable and inclusive organizations, including promoting accessibility
To facilitate proper crediting, please ensure that your resume clearly describes your experience in the areas listed and indicates the beginning and ending month and year for each job held.
REFERENCE/BACKGROUND CHECKS - The Department of Human Services will conduct reference checks to verify job-related credentials and criminal background check prior to appointment.
Why Work For Us
GREAT BENEFITS PACKAGE! The State of Minnesota offers a comprehensive benefits package including low cost medical and dental insurance, employer paid life insurance, short and long term disability, pre-tax flexible spending accounts, retirement plan, tax-deferred compensation, generous vacation and sick leave, and 11 paid holidays each year.
Our mission as an employer is to actively recruit, welcome and support a workforce, which is diverse and inclusive of people who are underrepresented in the development of state policies, programs and practices, so that we can support the success and growth of all people who call Minnesota home.
How to Apply
Click "Apply" at the bottom of the page. If you have questions about applying for jobs, contact the job information line at 651-259-3637.
For additional information about the application process, go to http://www.mn.gov/careers.
If you have questions about the position, contact Patrick Holman at Patrick.N.Holman@state.mn.us.
If you are a Connect 700 applicant, please email your certificate to Joua Aeling at Joua.Aeling@state.mn.us by the position close date.
If you are an individual with a disability and need an ADA accommodation for an interview, you may contact the Department of Human Services' ADA Coordinator at 651-431-4945 or DHS_ADA@state.mn.us for assistance.
AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
The State of Minnesota is an equal opportunity, affirmative action, and veteran-friendly employer. We are committed to providing culturally responsive services to all Minnesotans. The State of Minnesota recognizes that a diverse workforce is essential and strongly encourages qualified women, minorities, individuals with disabilities, and veterans to apply.
We will make reasonable accommodations to all qualified applicants with disabilities. If you are an individual with a disability who needs assistance or cannot access the online job application system, please contact the job information line at 651-259-3637 or email email@example.com. Please indicate what assistance you need.
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Aviation Safety Inspector (Rotorcraft-Helicopter), General Aviation Operations
Serves as an Aviation Safety Inspector (Rotorcraft) at the Nashville FSDO Flight Standards District Office.
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The Principal Inspector (Operations), General Aviation/Part 135, functions as the primary operations interface between assigned air carriers/air operators/air agencies/airmen/designees and the Federal Aviation Administration. Has program responsibility to assure that assigned organizations meet Federal Aviation Regulations with respect to operations programs. Determines the need for, and then establishes work programs for surveillance and inspection of assigned organizations within manpower and budget limitations to assure adherence to the applicable regulations. Assures on a continuing basis that assigned organizations are properly and adequately organized, staffed, and equipped; have and conduct an adequate training program, including an acceptable record keeping system; and have facilities and procedures that meet all regulatory requirements. Chairs joint FAA-industry meetings; maintains regular contact with organizations assigned; and coordinates with top management officials. Requires or directs correction of any deficiencies/discrepancies and refuses or withdraws approval if they cannot be resolved. Is responsible for the conduct of enforcement investigations and preparation of final reports and recommendations on disposition. Performs or supervises the emergency suspension of certificates or cancellations of operations specifications. Conducts or directs the reexamination of certificated airmen or recertification of an operator or agency. Conducts investigations of public complaints, congressional
inquiries and aircraft incidents and accidents. Provides verbal and/or written technical assistance to legal counsel, testifies at court trials and formal hearings, and gives depositions. Coordinates Minimum Equipment List (MEL) approvals with the principal airworthiness inspectors. Takes enforcement action in instances of noncompliance with the MEL. Coordinates with geographic inspectors for the accomplishment of nonroutine air carrier surveillance. Approves/accepts or disapproves/rejects manuals, school curriculum, and revisions to such. May require amendments to previously approved documents to accomplish the following: correct any conflict with regulatory requirements; eliminate unsafe practices; and/or improve the specificity of instruction.
Evaluates training programs to insure that they meet the requirements of the Federal Aviation Regulations. Approves or disapproves these training programs including flight simulators, training devices, or other such equipment used in these programs. Approves/disapproves designation of check airmen and makes recommendations on the appointment of designees. Evaluates operations and facilities by on-site inspections and review of reports by geographic inspectors or others. Negotiates changes essential or desirable in their policies and procedures. Determines the appropriate methods and/or plans for securing corrective action and determines through on-site inspection or inspector reports the effectiveness of any action. Evaluates and approves/disapproves requests to operate under conditions not previously authorized and may prescribe additional conditions and limitations as appropriate. Approves the original issuance of operations specifications and issues original operating certificates. Approves amendments to operations specifications. Evaluates the safety of proposed changes in route or airport authorizations; prescribes any changes required before approval.
Directs or participates in proving flight evaluations to determine compliance with FAR's. Recommends changes that will be required prior to approval. Is responsible for monitoring all phases of operations including: training programs and records; base and station facilities; and route systems. Coordinates with and reviews reports from geographic inspectors and others to identify trends which indicate deterioration in the safety of operations. Directs or suggests changes required to correct such trends.
25% or less - The job may require up to 25% travel.
- Job family (Series)
1825 Aviation Safety
HelpRequirements Conditions of Employment
US Citizenship is required.
Selective Service Registration is required for males born after 12/31/1959.
Must submit an SF50 (See Required Documents)
Designated or Random Drug Testing required.
Ingrade/Downgrade applications will be accepted.
Some, none or all may be interviewed.
General Requirements for All 1825 Positions:
Not more than two separate incidents involving Federal Aviation regulations violations in the last 5 years
Valid State driver's license
Fluency in the English language
No chemical dependencies or drug abuse that could interfere with job performance, and
High School diploma or equivalent.
Medical Requirements for All Positions:
Applicants must be physically able to perform the duties of the Aviation Safety Inspector position in a safe and efficient manner, with or without a reasonable accommodation. The minimum medical requirements include the following requirements:
Have good distant vision in each eye and be able to read, without strain, printed materials the size of typewritten characters (glasses and contact lenses permitted);
Have the ability to hear the conversational voice (hearing aid permitted); and
Not have any physical condition that would cause them to be a hazard to themselves or others that would interfere with their ability to fly as passengers in a variety of aircraft.
In addition, applicants for positions that require participation in the operation of the aircraft must:
Possess a valid second – class medical certificate in accordance with FAA regulations; and
Pass recurrent medical examinations as prescribed by the FAA.
Applicants not requiring valid second-class medical certificates who are tentatively selected will be required to:
Provide documentation from a board-certified physician certifying that they meet the minimal medical requirements; or
Individuals who do not meet the minimum medical requirements but who are otherwise qualified will receive an individualized assessment to determine whether they can perform the essential functions of the position.
Rotorcraft-Helicopter Safety Inspector Required Specialized Experience for all grades:
Minimum 100 flight hours in Rotorcraft-Helicopter in the last three years;
Commercial Helicopter Pilot Rating with Instrument, or Airline Transport Pilot with Helicopter Rating;
Flight Instructor Certificate Rotorcraft Helicopter, Flight Instructor Instrument Helicopter rating;
1,200 hours of total time requirements (1,000 in actual flight conditions, 250 hours of night flight in which 15 are in a helicopter);
250 hours of flight time in helicopters, which includes at least 75 hours as a pilot in command, or as second in command performing the duties of a pilot in command under the supervision of a pilot in command, or any combination thereof;
500 hours of cross-country flight time;
75 hours of instrument flight time in actual or simulated instrument meteorological conditions, of which at least 50 hours are obtained in flight with at least 25 hours in helicopters as pilot in command or as second in command performing the duties of a pilot in command under the supervision of a pilot in command, or any combination
In addition, to qualify for a Principal position, FG-13, one year of specialized experience at the FG-12 is the normal line of progression for advancement in a Rotorcraft-Helicopter position. Specialized experience is experience that has equipped you with the particular knowledge, skills, and abilities to perform successfully the duties of the position. Examples of FG-12 (equivalent H band) Specialized Experience may include but not limited to: Work involving a wide range of assignments or a few highly complex assignments, requiring planning and organization, setting priorities, and working without clear or specific guidelines. Examples of such experiences include:
Aviation Safety Inspector (Operations) FG-12
Chief Pilot, Assistant Chief Pilot, or Domicile Chief Pilot for a Part 135 operator
Director of Operations or Assistant Director of Operations for a Part 135 operator
Check Airman for a Part 135 or 121 operator
Aircrew Program Designee for a Part 135 or 121 operator
School Designated Examiner in Part 141 pilot school or Part 142 training center
Wing/Group Director of Operations or Squadron, Company, Battalion, Wing, Group, or Regiment Commander
STAN-BOARD or STAN/EVAL Check Pilot or NATOPS Evaluator
Flight Examiner in a military training school
Designated Pilot Examiner, Training Center Evaluator, Designated Pilot Examiner (Large Aircraft)
For Lateral Movements Between 1825 Specialties:
To assist in determining qualification requirements, applicants transferring between specialties at the same grade level are strongly encouraged to complete the appropriate Qualifications Assessment Tool (QAT) check sheet and upload it along with their resume. Check sheets are contained in Order 3410.26, Flight Standards Service Air Carrier and General Aviation Qualifications Assessment Tool for AFS Aviation Safety Inspectors.
The recency of specialized experience is waived for current FAA employees in the 1825 series.
Applicants should include examples of specialized experience in their work history.
Qualifications must be met by the closing date of this vacancy announcement.
Errors or omissions may impact your rating or may result in you not being considered for the job.
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