Title: SUPERVISING FRAUD INVESTIGATOR I, DEPARTMENT OF INSURANCE Salary: $5,369.00 - $6,802.00 Posted: 05/20/2013
RESPONSIBILITIES: Under the direction of the Supervising Fraud Investigator II, Regional Office Captain, the incumbent directly supervises a team of Fraud Investigators, Investigator Assistants and oversees the activities of other support staff assigned to the San Diego Regional Office. The incumbent will work with officers from other law enforcement agencies and staff involved in insurance fraud investigations. Assist in conducting background and/or internal affairs investigations. Plan, coordinate, and participate in complex fraud investigations involving multiple service of search warrants, felony arrest warrants, and undercover operations. Acts on behalf of the Supervising Fraud Investigator II in his/her absence; act as the Evidence Control Officer and Equipment Manager. Incumbent reviews criminal investigation work products of subordinate staff, and may personally participate in difficult or complex investigations. The incumbent must successfully qualify at quarterly weapon qualifications and meet all Peace Officers Standards Training requirements. Incumbents perform a full range of peace officer duties and responsibilities in the accomplishment of their assignments in accordance with the California Penal Code, Section 830.3. Incumbents must qualify and carry a firearm; possess a valid driver’s license issued by the Department of Motor Vehicles and be able to safely operate a motor vehicle. This position is designated as peace officer. Travel may be required.
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