This position investigates alleged regulatory and unlicensed violations under the jurisdiction of the Department of Professional & Occupational Regulation. Analyzes and investigates cases; prepares detailed written reports of investigation and resolution and presents cases in courts, agency Informal Fact-Finding meetings, and to other staff members. Updates the agency's on-line case tracking system. This investigator's office will be in-home and the investigator will be provided necessary equipment, and a state vehicle if the work-related travel requires it. It is required that the investigator will reside in one of the following counties/cities: Henry, Martinsville, Danville, Pittsylvania, Campbell, Amherst, Lynchburg, Buckingham, Cumberland, Prince Edward, Charlotte, Halifax, Mecklenburg, Lunenburg, Nottoway, Amelia, Powhatan, Henrico, New Kent, Richmond, Charles City, Chesterfield, Colonial Heights, Hopewell, Prince George, Petersburg, Dinwiddie, Sussex, Emporia, Brunswick, Appomattox, and Greensville; as the position will be primarily responsible for those areas. However, extensive overnight statewide travel may be necessary.
* Ability to research, analyze, and verify information received in an investigation.
* Ability to interpret and appropriately apply facts to complex statutes, rules, and regulations.
* Ability to accurately document investigative findings.
* Strong oral and written communication skills.
* Excellent personal computer, word processing and proofreading skills.
* Ability to work independently with limited supervision.
* Excellent organizational skills and ability to handle multiple tasks.
* Commitment to customer service with the ability to interact with the general public, agency staff, and members of other departments and agencies.
* Ability to perform duties of the position that require extensive overnight statewide travel as necessary.
* Must possess a valid driver's license, and participate in a driving record monitoring program if hired.
* Graduation from a college or university with emphasis in Criminal Justice, Public Administration, Law or related field is preferred, and equivalent work experience may also be considered.
* Experience or ability to demonstrate knowledge of informational research methods; analyzing and documenting information, preferably in a regulatory and/or detailed investigations environment with progressive responsibility.
* Experience utilizing Microsoft Office products is preferred.
Virginia Jobs - 18 months ago