As the Special Agent in Charge (SAC), OIG, Office of Investigations, you will supervise and direct activities designed to identify, investigate, prosecute, and mitigate fraud, waste, abuse, public corruption, and other criminal and administrative misconduct within USAID, MCC, IAF, and USADF. The SAC is expected to serve as a second-line law enforcement supervisor with duties that include but are not limited to:
- Supervise three or more branches of criminal investigators, each led by an Assistant SAC, and geographically disbursed around the world conducting complex criminal, civil, and administrative investigations.
- Coordinate and oversee the investigative efforts of teams comprised of investigators, analysts, program specialists and other federal, state, and local agency personnel.
- Facilitate the prosecution of OIG investigations through liaison with federal, state, local, and international prosecutorial bodies and other interlocutors.
- Evaluate investigation results and processes for improvements, trends, and in order to meet regular reporting requirements.
- Recommend new and innovative approaches to processes, procedures, policies and investigative methods and techniques.
- Develop liaison and coordination efforts with domestic and foreign investigative offices.
- Represent the OIG in a variety of high visibility meetings, including with key stakeholders in USAID, MCC, IAF, USADF, and Congress.
- Edit and approve investigative reports and other written documentation for action officials, Congress, prosecutorial bodies and OIG management.
- Brief and advise management/leadership, congressional staffers, prosecutors and law enforcement teams on various investigative matters/results.
- Approve performance plans, standards, and evaluations for special agents and assigned support personnel.
- Evaluate work performance and manage work assignments.
- Resolve employees' complaints and grievances and propose disciplinary actions.
- Advise employees on career development and advancement opportunities.