Medicaid Fraud Auditor I/II – Medicaid Fraud Control Section - Criminal Law Division: Harrisburg/Norristown (00076917)
This position performs auditing work in the Office of Attorney General which includes conducting audits of, and examining and analyzing, financial records, accounts, and source documents to ensure compliance with The Act of June 13, 1967 (P.L. 31, No. 21), the Medicare-Medicaid Antifraud and Abuse Amendments, various Medicaid regulations and Commonwealth laws and statutes by state and local governmental units, and private businesses engaged in medical assistance transactions with the Commonwealth.
Special Agent Trainee/I/II – Child Predator Section - Criminal Law Division: Scranton (50321923)
The Special Agent classification involves 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. The Child Predator Section is a group of specially trained agents and prosecutors tasked with investigating and capturing child predators with the goal of getting predators off the streets before they can harm a child.
Senior Financial Investigator – Charitable Trusts & Organizations Section - Public Protection Division: Harrisburg (00039462)
The Charitable Trusts and Organizations Section protects the public’s interest in all property committed to charitable purposes. Among its responsibilities, the Section oversees nonprofit corporations generally, including nonprofit mergers, conversions and acquisitions, and may seek to revoke an organization’s franchise and articles whenever it misuses, abuses, or fails to use its powers and privileges correctly. The Section conducts investigations into violations of Pennsylvania’s Solicitation of Funds for Charitable Purposes Act and the Nonprofit Corporation Law of 1988 as well as violations of the Probate, Estates and Fiduciaries Code.