Metropolitan Transportation Authority


Mid Level

Manhattan, New York, NY, USA

Not defined

24 Nov → 24 Dec

Job Description

Under the general direction of the Executive Deputy Inspector General for Investigations (EDIG/Investigations) or their designee, OIG Investigators are responsible for conducting inquiries and investigations into allegations of fraud, waste, and abuse within the mandate of the MTA Inspector General. This investigative work often encompasses gathering, evaluating and analyzing evidence gathered from multiple sources to help assess the merits of complaints, allegations or investigative efforts concerning the MTA, its affiliates, contractors, or related entities.



Job Responsibilities

  • Conducts high quality, comprehensive, end-to-end investigations, as assigned, into allegations of fraud, waste and abuse within the mandate of the MTA Inspector General, including the MTA and its affiliates, consultants and contractors and employees thereof
  • Analyzes complaint allegations, data and reports for investigative areas of inquiry within the mandate of the MTA Inspector General
  • Prepares analysis of financial and tele-communications data and records pertaining to alleged illicit or improper activity within the MTA and its affiliates, consultants and contractors and employees thereof
  • Presents results of investigative activities, both orally and in writing, to members of the investigative team, Investigations leadership and individuals outside the MTA/OIG as directed

Requirements / Qualifications

  • A Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited educational institution, in a field such as criminal justice, public administration, law, social sciences, physical sciences, forensic science, criminology, risk management or other related law enforcement or operational field

  • Minimum three years of relevant work experience conducting investigations into financial frauds, white collar crime, computer/cyber-crimes, criminal group or enterprises or other similarly related investigative experience

  • Knowledge of law enforcement and/or financial or regulatory oversight procedures and standards

  • Ability to make sound judgments, and exercise critical, analytical, and problem-solving skills

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