Investigator VI – Office of the Inspector General – openings statewide in Texas
Posted on April 22, 2014
Position Type: Full time
Title: Investigator VI
Required: Juris Doctor.
Preferences: Accounting/Finance, Investigations, and Healthcare Law experience is preferred, but not required. All JDs are encouraged to apply.
Job Description: The Investigator VI performs advanced administrative investigative work which involves researching, reviewing, and investigating fraud, waste and abuse of providers enrolled in various Medicaid programs. The work involves investigation, evaluating, and analyzing data from ad hoc query reports and detection systems; planning and organizing, being familiar with multiple Medicaid programs; collecting and analyzing evidence; utilizing searches of databases and websites to obtain relevant case information; reviewing contracts and financial records; interviewing and taking sworn affidavits; preparing case documents and investigative case summaries and testifying in administrative hearings or judicial proceedings. The investigator may be required to participate in meetings on policy and procedures; and/or interpret program policies, standards and procedures for various state and federal agencies. In addition, this position performs other duties as assigned and is required to maintain unit operations. The investigator works under limited supervision of the Medicaid Provider Integrity (MPI) Manager with considerable latitude for the use of initiative and independent judgment. May plan, assign, and supervise the work of others. Work involves up to 50% travel.
There are openings in offices statewide (Austin, San Antonio, Houston, Dallas, Pharr, Fort Worth). Please send a resume and writing sample to email@example.com.