Investigator Jobs Vacancy in New York State Office The Attorney General New York
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Investigator Jobs Vacancy in New York State Office The Attorney General New York Jobs Details:
Investigator: Medicaid Fraud Control Unit (MFCU) – New York City
The Office of the Attorney General is seeking qualified candidates for Investigator
positions located in various locations in the State. Candidates should be hard-working,
motivated and committed to public service on behalf of the people of the State of New York.
MFCU, the centerpiece of New York’s efforts to combat Medicaid provider fraud, is looking for
experienced investigators to conduct complex investigations into fraud committed by Medicaid
providers and others in the healthcare industry who steal from New York State, those involved in
the diversion of prescription narcotics, and to investigate and prosecute abuse and neglect of
residents in nursing homes, hospitals, and other residential healthcare facilities.
The qualifications for this position are: Expertise in interviewing and interrogation skills;
experience in case development and enhancement; experience identifying pattern
crimes; experience in planning tactical operations; experience with planning and
conducting surveillances to monitor criminal activity; experience collecting and
processing evidence; experience executing search warrants and arrest warrants;
proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook; experience in conducting computer
searches via Clear, Accurint, and E-Justice; experience in conducting searches through
social media, Facebook, and Twitter; extensive experience in report writing and case
management; experience testifying in court; knowledgeable of fraud and corruption
investigations; and established contacts at the City, State, and Federal levels of Law
Enforcement in the NYC area.
Please respond to Reference No. INV_MFCU_NYC_7252_122018, as outlined below.
Deadline for responding is December 20, 2018.
Qualifications in addition to those listed above:
Must have at least ten years of law enforcement and current NYS basic police school
Must possess a valid NYS driver’s license and have the ability to drive a motor vehicle.
The Public Officer’s Law requires that police officers at the OAG be citizens of the United States
and reside in New York State.
Performance of the duties may require frequent, unscheduled work on evenings and weekends.
Applications are being received online. To apply, please click on this link:
INV_MFCU_NYC_7252_122018. Applicants will be taken to the online application page for this
position. Applicants must be prepared to submit a complete application packet consisting of a
cover letter (include Reference No. INV_MFCU_NYC_7252_122018) and resume. Please
note: Failure to submit a complete application will delay the consideration of your application.
You may address your cover letter to Investigator Jobs.
For questions about an Investigator position with the OAG, the application process or
assistance with submitting your application, please email Investigator.firstname.lastname@example.org or call
These positions are in the exempt class, and incumbents serve at the pleasure of the
The Office of the Attorney General is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of
race, color, national origin, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, religion, age, or disability.