Agents/Investigators

Special Agent IV – Office of Professional Responsibility - Executive Office: Harrisburg (00267491)

This position is responsible for performing pre-employment background investigations for permanent and temporary employees and for individuals contracted to work or provide services in OAG offices.   Agents in this unit perform thorough, in-depth investigations of applicants by performing tasks such as:  conducting interviews of the applicant, neighbors, employers, and references; verifying vital statistics, citizenship, education, professional licensing/training, military service/character of service, and employment history; obtaining criminal history and driver’s license records; conducting credit checks, public record checks, internet searches, and immigration and customs checks; and obtaining additional relevant information and/or conducting additional interviews that are pertinent to the investigation.  The agent will be involved in the coordination of pre-employment testing for Criminal Law agents, i.e. physical, psychological, and polygraph examinations.
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Investigative Analyst I/II – Bureau of Investigative Services (Intelligence Unit) - Criminal Law Division: Philadelphia (00120694)

This position involves working with the criminal investigative bureaus of the Office of Attorney General (OAG).  An employee in this position is responsible for performing duties which include the receipt, analysis, verification, and dissemination of information of a confidential and sensitive nature for a variety of purposes including investigative case support and providing information to the Attorney General, agents, and management personnel of the OAG; the Pennsylvania legislature; other law enforcement and private sector agencies; and the general public about the breadth and scope of criminal influence affecting Pennsylvania.
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Consumer Protection Agent Supervisor – Bureau of Consumer Protection - Public Protection Division: Philadelphia (00183943)

This position involves supervisory level investigative and mediative work in the enforcement of consumer laws and regulations in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.  An employee in this class mediates consumer complaints, investigates violations of consumer laws and regulations, appears before public consumer groups, and supervises lower level agents.  Work is evaluated by the attorney-in-charge through conferences to ensure adherence to agency procedures, regulations, and policy.
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Special Agent I/II – Medicaid Fraud Control Section - Criminal Law Division: North Huntingdon (00053215)

This is criminal investigative work of a highly confidential nature performed by agents of the Office of Attorney General involving the detection and investigation of violations of the laws and statutes of the Commonwealth as specified in The Commonwealth Attorneys Act, the Public Welfare Code, and other applicable Commonwealth laws, statutes, and regulations.   An employee in this position utilizes the entire spectrum of investigative processes and procedures in the conduct of or in providing assistance with the conduct of criminal investigations ranging from routine to the most sensitive, complex, and difficult cases. A Special Agent I conducts investigations of cases of limited scope and complexity under the direction and guidance of an experienced agent and/or supervisor. A Special Agent II may conduct an investigation independently or as a case agent coordinating the efforts of a team or as a team member and may provide direction and guidance to a less experienced agent. Assignments may require that the employee work irregular hours and/or an irregular work week. Work is received from a supervisor who reviews the work product of the employee through written reports and conferences to ensure accuracy, thoroughness, and compliance to established policies and procedures and to evaluate the application and effectiveness of sound judgment.
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