Title: SUPERVISING SPECIAL INVESTIGATOR I Salary: $5,369.00 - $6,802.00 Posted: 04/09/2013
The Secretary of State’s office is seeking a qualified applicant to fill a Supervising Special Investigator I vacancy. The incumbent is responsible for directing the Secretary of State’s Elections Voter Fraud Investigations Unit (EFIU). This is a great opportunity to be a member of the team that administers California statewide elections.
DUTIES: Responsible for staff training, management, planning, organizing, and monitoring unit work and case load, and supervising the performance of EFIU staff members. Duties include time accounting, employee performance evaluation and recognition, timely and efficient completion of required duties, conflict resolution, employee development and training, office and facility planning, and unit budget oversight. The incumbent is also responsible for providing general policy analysis and formulation, including the drafting and reviewing of program procedures, and administering departmental policy and procedures. Directs and reviews criminal fraud investigations and cases. Reviews and determines which complaints require further investigation for possible criminal, civil, or administrative action; makes case assignments; and oversees and monitors progress of the unit’s case load. The incumbent handles and monitors all high profile cases, which include meeting with, advising, conferring, and making policy decisions with the Chief of Elections, SOS Administration, and legal staff. In addition, the incumbent may be required to participate in field investigations necessitating travel within California, file complaints, prepare cases, and appear and/or testify in court or in administrative hearings. The incumbent will work in conjunction with local district attorneys, the Attorney General, and the United States Attorney in the preparation of cases for court presentation and to secure the cooperation of these agencies. Prepare comprehensive interview, investigatory and annual management reports. Prepare correspondence concerning Elections Code violations and respond to telephone and walk-in requests for election information from county elections officials and the general public.
DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS: The most desirable candidates will have knowledge of principles and practices of election administration; an understanding of project management in a team environment; organizational techniques and time management skills; a strong ability to communicate both orally and in writing and an ability to review and edit written reports. Experience with Microsoft Office Suite programs such as Access, Excel, and Word is strongly recommended. The candidate must have current POST certification.
WHO CAN APPLY: Employees who are currently in the Supervising Special Investigator I classification or have current list, transfer or reinstatement eligibility for a permanent, full-time appointment to this classification. Appointments are subject to State Restriction of Appointment (SROA) provisions. All applications will be screened and only the most qualified candidates will be interviewed.
FINAL FILING: April 26, 2013.
SUBMIT APPLICATIONS TO:
Secretary of State
Attn: Frederick Radcliffe
1500 11th Street, Suite 475
Sacramento, CA 95814
Elections Fraud Supervising Special Investigator I
785 - 500 - 8548 - xxx
Final Filing Date:
Human Resources 1500 11th Street, Suite 475 Sacramento, 95814
Frederick Radcliffe 916-653-6974
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