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Internal Investigator 1 (OPWDD)

The Office for People With Developmental Disabilities (OPWDD) has reformed its Incident Management and Investigations systems with the following goals in mind: o Improve both the timeliness and quality of agency investigations. o Foster better partnerships with law enforcement agencies. o Enhance current investigative staffing by introducing trained professional investigators. o Ensure consistency of practice throughout the state. o Improve investigative independence by providing arms-length oversight of the investigation and incident management process.
Primary Duties and Responsibilities
Under the direction of a lead investigator, the Internal Investigator 1 (OPWDD) duties include, but are not limited to: o Formulate plan, processes and timetables to conduct an accurate, complete and thorough investigation within OPWDD-specified timeframe. o Prepare for and conduct interviews and obtain sworn statements on matters arising from investigations conducted, such as investigations of possible misconduct by agency employees. o Gather, document and preserve information and evidence related to investigations to support the outcome of the investigation. o Write narrative reports to effectively communicate the results of investigations to appropriate parties. o Work collaboratively with OPWDD facilities, programs and Office of Employee Relations staff to ensure that investigations are completed in a fair and timely manner. o Conduct investigations of alleged instances of abuse and neglect and other types of employee incompetency or misconduct in a confidential manner. o Interrogate state employees following stipulations of the collective bargaining agreements. o Make recommendations to supervisor, Developmental Disabilities State Operations Office (DDSOO) and Office of Employee Relations staff regarding possible violations of OPWDD policy and procedures. o Provide testimony at arbitration hearings to support the outcome of the investigation. Preferred Experience: o Licensed medical profession, such as Nursing, Nursing Assistant, Therapist o Medical Examiner's Office o Fraud Investigations or possess an accredited certification in Fraud Investigations
Job Function
The Office for People With Developmental Disabilities (OPWDD) has reformed its Incident Management and Investigations systems with the following goals in mind: o Improve both the timeliness and quality of agency investigations. o Foster better partnerships with law enforcement agencies. o Enhance current investigative staffing by introducing trained professional investigators. o Ensure consistency of practice throughout the state. o Improve investigative independence by providing arms-length oversight of the investigation and incident management process.
Primary Duties and Responsibilities
Under the direction of a lead investigator, the Internal Investigator 1 (OPWDD) duties include, but are not limited to: o Formulate plan, processes and timetables to conduct an accurate, complete and thorough investigation within OPWDD-specified timeframe. o Prepare for and conduct interviews and obtain sworn statements on matters arising from investigations conducted, such as investigations of possible misconduct by agency employees. o Gather, document and preserve information and evidence related to investigations to support the outcome of the investigation. o Write narrative reports to effectively communicate the results of investigations to appropriate parties. o Work collaboratively with OPWDD facilities, programs and Office of Employee Relations staff to ensure that investigations are completed in a fair and timely manner. o Conduct investigations of alleged instances of abuse and neglect and other types of employee incompetency or misconduct in a confidential manner. o Interrogate state employees following stipulations of the collective bargaining agreements. o Make recommendations to supervisor, Developmental Disabilities State Operations Office (DDSOO) and Office of Employee Relations staff regarding possible violations of OPWDD policy and procedures. o Provide testimony at arbitration hearings to support the outcome of the investigation. Preferred Experience: o Licensed medical profession, such as Nursing, Nursing Assistant, Therapist o Medical Examiner's Office o Fraud Investigations or possess an accredited certification in Fraud Investigations
Salary Range: From $56745 to $70415 Annually
Minimum Qualification
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Six years of field investigative or law enforcement investigative experience. "Investigative Experience" is defined as gathering and securing information and evidence from a variety of sources through independent, non-structured activities including but not limited to the following activities: interviewing and interrogating witnesses; collecting and analyzing data and evidence; writing and summarizing case narratives; and testifying at administrative hearings and criminal proceedings. Experience in credit verification; auditing; employment interviewing; building surveillance; traffic enforcement; performing routine inspections or surveys will NOT be considered investigative experience. Substitutions Include: An Associate's degree for two years of field investigative or law enforcement investigative experience; or two years of OPWDD experience for two years of field investigative or law enforcement investigative experience; or a Bachelor's degree and four years of field investigative or law enforcement investigative experience. Regardless of any substitution, all candidates must have a least two years of field investigative experience or law enforcement investigative experience. Types of Investigative Experience that could be considered Qualifying: Experience in such positions as: Police Detective; Insurance Investigator; Licensed and Registered Private Investigator; Federal Investigator; State Investigator; Municipal Investigator; Child Protective Services Investigator; Investigative position involving trial preparations and detailed reports; or Investigations within a branch of the Armed Services. Types of Non-Qualifying Investigative Experience includes by may not be limited to: Experience in: Routine Police Patrol Work; Security Guard or Related Security Position; Tax Collector; Collector of Delinquent Accounts; Credit Checker; Legal Assistant/Attorney; Hotel or store detective; Loss Prevention Officer; Parole Officer; Correction Officer/Guard; Fire and Safety inspector.

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