Charleston, West Virginia

Posted Date

September 28, 2022

Contact Information

Lori Sovel
lori.t.sovel@wvago.gov

Investigation Supervisor: The West Virginia Attorney General’s Office seeks an Investigation Supervisor to join our main office. Ideal candidates will have an extensive law enforcement/investigative background, and the ability to formulate well written reports. This position will be responsible for investigating and pursuing individuals in violation of the Consumer Credit and Protection Act as well as other violations relevant to the various state agencies and boards. Responsibilities will include, but not be limited to:

  • Assigning, directing and overseeing the work activities of investigators involved in conducting criminal and/or civil investigations of alleged violations of state and federal laws, rules, and regulations.
  • Evaluating the progress of investigations, work product, employee development, and standard operating and administrative procedures.
  • Serving as liaison with other state agencies and boards, coordinating information, investigation, and enforcement efforts with other law enforcement and governmental agencies.
  • Developing policy, maintaining records, preparing reports, and composing correspondence relative to investigative work.
  • Establishing and maintaining effective reporting systems to ensure internal controls and compliance with legal requirements for investigations.
  • Conducting investigations for governmental agency clients, and internal investigations.
  • Supporting HR Department in coordinating and administering employee interviews, hiring, and departure processes.
  • Communicating with employees in personnel matters and maintaining compliance in all areas.
  • Conferring with attorneys and other law enforcement officials on case filings, legal processes, and procedures, and resolving problems.
  • Maintaining control and inventory over investigative equipment.
  • Appearing as a witness in court or other legal proceedings.
  • Developing and overseeing targeted special projects and office initiatives.

Preferred qualifications include demonstrated experience performing investigations; experience completing complex data analysis; and a minimum of two (2) years of management experience. Applicants must possess good judgment and demonstrate the ability to supervise the work of other investigators. The position will be tasked with reviewing, editing, and finalizing reports of investigations and summaries including recommendations for corrective action.

Application Process

Please send your resume, writing sample, references, and preferred salary range to jobs@wvago.gov with “Investigation Supervisor” in the subject line.