The SAC plans, develops, implements, evaluates, manages, and directs enforcement, investigative, and other activities relating to IRS tax and money laundering investigations and ensures the highest quality compliance program and equity in enforcement. The activity involves far-reaching compliance issues, affecting millions of taxpayers and large areas of the economy.
Moving expenses are authorized.
A Relocation Incentive may be considered for this position.
Plans, develops, implements, monitors, and evaluates all criminal investigation programs and activities within the assigned field office.
Manages all human, physical, information technology, and financial resources assigned to his/her field office, which includes directing programs through several Assistant Special Agents in Charge.
Implements IRS National Compliance Strategy and CI priorities in the Field Office, including coordinating with the Director of Field Operations to tailor CI priorities and address local issues in support of the National Compliance Strategy.
Performs periodic and comprehensive evaluations of the field office's program goals, objectives, and performance. Engages in long-range planning initiatives and monitors programs, which requires national coordination.
Conducts reviews to identify effectiveness of program execution through analysis of management information, field narrative reports, and field visitations. Identifies operational deficiencies in criminal investigative programs and initiates corrective actions.
Provides oversight for sensitive investigations and related enforcement actions.
Reviews and approves investigative reports and requests for special investigative needs. Provides direction and advice on investigations to ASACs, Supervisory Special Agents, and Special Agents as necessary. In addition, the incumbent advises and assists United States Attorneys, Department of Justice attorneys, IRS Counsel attorneys, and other officials with respect to legal proceedings and investigative matters.
As required, protects Service employees and property during civil and other disturbances, and performs other protective assignments as requested.
ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: To be minimally qualified for this position you must provide evidence of progressively responsible leadership experience that is indicative of senior executive level managerial capability and directly related to the skills and abilities outlined under Executive Core Qualifications and Technical Qualifications as defined below. Typically, experience of this nature will have been gained at or above the GS-15 level in the Federal government or equivalent level leadership experience with the state or local government, private sector, or non-government organization. At this level, you would have typically been responsible for planning, directing, and evaluating work that included managing and/or supervising other managers. You must demonstrate in your application, significant achievements, increasing levels of responsibility as a manager, and a solid record of successful professional performance.
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