A Senior Auditor/Investigator II performs, but is not limited to the following duties:
- May serve as in-charge auditor for an audit team.
- Must have the experience to address the independent performance of a major segment of an audit.
- Oversees, analyzes and evaluates financial data for use in litigation.
- Typically, an auditor working in support of a prosecutor’s office will be expected to do the following:
- Initiate, plan and carry out work assignments with a minimum amount of direction and control.
- Work with investigators from a variety of law enforcement agencies.
- Review and evaluate financial documents such as tax returns, accountant’s work papers, financial statements, loan records, bank and brokerage statements and books of account (general ledger, accounts payable and receivable, general journal, etc.)
- Reconstruct books and records that have been destroyed or are otherwise incomplete.
- Recommends what additional records are necessary to complete an investigation and how to obtain them.
- Assist in witness interviews.
- Prepare reports (with exhibits) summarizing the findings of their investigation in a way that will be understandable to those lacking an accounting background.
- Prepare graphical representations of findings and conclusions for use as grand jury and trial exhibits.
- Testify before grand juries and at trial.
- Provide management and oversight of professional investigations and collateral coverage to clarify and/or verify facts in Criminal/Civil/National Security/ investigations, or similar matters.
- Provide expert testimony in court cases/affidavits/Grand Jury and related matters.
- Provide reviews of analysis of information and makes intelligence assessments for cognizant investigators.
- Provide written reports/analysis of investigation/intelligence information.
A Senior Auditor/Investigator II must meet the following qualifications:
- Must have at least 20 Years of Federal Law Enforcement experience.
- Demonstrated experience in managing complex Criminal/Civil/National Security/ investigations.
- Must have excellent written and oral communication skills.
- Understand the rules of evidence and criminal procedure, the admissibility and inadmissibility of evidence and the elements of the crime(s) under investigation.
- Experience managing within a specific investigative field.
- Significant experience testifying in court matters.
- Demonstrated liaison/coordination skills.
- The individual must possess a valid driver’s license.
- Ability to travel in support of investigations.
- Foreign language skills are preferred.
- No Clearance required
- Bachelor’s degree in accounting and CPA certification required. A Bachelor’s degree in some other finance discipline with 3 years of auditing experience can be substituted.
- Master’s degree preferred.
- Formalized training and certification within a specific expertise/investigative field preferred.
This position requires U.S. Citizenship and a 7 (or 10) year minimum background investigation.