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State of Georgia Job Description

Job Title: PS:Compliance Investigator(EL)
Job Code: 17546
Last Update: 9/1/2010
Salary Plan: Statewide Salary Plan (SWD)


(SWD)

Job Description, Responsibilities, Standards, and Qualifications

Job Description:


Conducts investigations to obtain evidence of reported fraud, abuse, or violation of rules, regulations, or statutes, or locate missing persons. This is the entry/training level of the Compliance Investigations job series. Incumbents at this level may require additional training or experience to gain full proficiency in some or all of the job responsibilities.


Job Responsibilities & Performance Standards:

1.
Checks business records to determine amount of tax due to the state and collects delinquent accounts
2.
Conducts investigations to ascertain facts and obtain evidence on alleged violations and misconduct; interviews witnesses and obtains statements
3.
Conducts training and outreach for interested parties
4.
Explains the law or other agency regulations to the parties in violation to give support or secure compliance
5.
Issues warnings, citations and may request arrest warrants
6.
Monitors compliance with terms of licensure
7.
Perform internal audits to determine misuse of time, funds, and/or equipment
8.
Prepares summary reports, maintains case files, and documentation of case resolution
9.
Reviews and scrutinizes subpoenaed financial records, documents, and records for security violations
10.
Reviews records, documentation, and other evidence for violations of laws or regulations
11.
Seizes, maintains control of and disposes of contraband


Sample Technical Competencies:

1.
Ability to ascertain facts by personal contact, observation and examination of records
2.
Ability to explain and interpret pertinent provisions of laws and regulations
3.
Ability to identify discrepancies and authenticate documents
4.
Ability to perform audits
5.
Ability to report misuse of resources to appropriate personnel

Entry Qualifications:

Completion of two years of coursework (90 quarter hrs or 60 semester hours) at a college or university Or One year of directly related experience Note: Some positions may require a valid driver's license Note: Some positions may require POST certification or eligibility


Preferred Qualifications:

No preferred qualifications information is available.



Career Development Levels:

1.
PSP081 - PS:Investigative Comp Inv (WL)
2.
PSP082 - PS:Investigative Comp Inv (AL)
3.
PSP083 - PS:Investigative Comp Inv(SP)
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