FORENSIC AUDIT INVESTIGATOR (PUBLIC SAFETY)

Applications accepted April 20 until May 12, 2017.

Applicants who previously applied to this position do not need to reapply. Applications are still under consideration.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Graduation from an accredited college or university, plus four years of work experience in the field of investigation, auditing, law enforcement, inspection, compliance, law, or a related field, or an equivalent combination of education, training and experience provided that the minimum degree requirement is met.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Advanced degree in the field of law, criminal justice, public policy, public administration, social sciences, or other relevant field
  • Knowledge of, and demonstrated interest in, law enforcement, criminal justice, and/or civil rights issues
  • Excellent judgment and confidence to discuss police and police accountability policies and procedures with internal and external stakeholders
  • Familiarity with Chicago government, Chicago Police Department, and Chicago police accountability system

DUTIES:

  • Under the guidance of a Chief Investigator, conduct comprehensive reviews of confidential and sensitive disciplinary investigations related to police and police accountability operations, policies, programs, and practices
  • Collect, analyze, and interpret police and police accountability reports and related automated and manual documentation to identify areas of concern and where improvements are needed
  • Identify investigations requiring additional action based on intelligence derived from analytical activities and analysis of information in other investigations, audits, and program reviews
  • Interview difficult or uncooperative complainants, witnesses, and employees to gather facts in order to conduct comprehensive reviews
  • Conduct site visits to observe operations and examine complex work records and related documents
  • Prepare detailed reports of complex reviews and special projects conducted, including high-level analysis and findings, and makes recommendations
  • Communicate with other OIG personnel regarding problems, new analysis and investigative methods, and new information sources
  • Testify in court, at arbitrations, or before Personnel Board hearings on analysis conducted and findings
  • Consult with Chief Investigator for clarification or guidance as necessary
  • Perform related duties as required

ANNUAL SALARY:                        

                Range: $68,100 – $92,088 (annual increases)

                Starting $68,100; Post successful six-month review $70,020

TRAVEL AND SCHEDULE:  Travel outside Chicago is not required. Standard work hours are 8:30am-4:30pm, flexibility permitted.

RESIDENCY REQUIREMENT: Employees must be a resident of the City of Chicago and proof of residency is required at the commencement of employment, per Section 2-152-340 of the Municipal Code of Chicago.

OWING OF CITY DEBT: Municipal Code of Chicago 2-152-150 prohibits the hiring of anyone who owes any debt to the City of Chicago

INSTRUCTIONS: To apply for this job title do NOT use the City of Chicago online application.

Complete, the “Inspector General Employment Application,” by clicking here;

NOTE: To be considered for this position you must provide all the information listed above. If you fail to provide this information at the time you submit your application, your submission will be incomplete and you will not be considered for an interview. Application materials will only be accepted by submitting your application by clicking here. If there is more than one open position in which you are interested, you may apply for more than one title by submitting an individual application for each title.

The City of Chicago is an Equal Opportunity and Military Friendly Employer