The successful candidate will conduct investigations of tobacco product manufacturers and licensed tobacco product distributors to ensure compliance with Virginia tobacco laws. Conducts analysis of corporate and financial records. Assists in determining appropriate escrow payments due to the Commonwealth. Prepares evidence for prosecution and testifies to such findings in state and federal courts as needed. Assists with special projects as needed. This position is located in the Richmond, Virginia office. Some travel may be required, including overnight.
Requires excellent written and verbal communication skills. Successful candidate will demonstrate proficiency in time management, ability to handle multiple concurrent tasks, strong planning and organizational skills, ability to work independently and as a team member, ability to organize and analyze large quantities of information, keen attention to detail, and a high degree of initiative. Applicants must have a related undergraduate degree or commensurate experience. Major course work in accounting, criminal justice, or prior investigative financial experience is preferred. Course work or experience in financial auditing, investigation of financial or white collar crime, or experience in related fields will also be considered. Candidates should have demonstrated computer proficiency with word processing and database management systems (Microsoft products preferred).
Criminal background check will be completed on successful candidate.