Financial Crimes Investigator
The Medicaid Fraud Control Unit has an opening for a Financial Crimes Investigator. This position works under the guidance and supervision of the Director, Senior Assistant Attorney General and Chief Investigator.
Medicaid fraud investigations are complex cases often involving large volumes of medical and financial records and documentation.
Essential job functions are:
- Assisting in planning and conducting complex civil and criminal investigations of alleged Medicaid provider fraud and abuse
- Contacting and interviewing defendants and witnesses
- Preparing affidavits and statements
- Reviewing, inspecting and analyzing medical records, investigative reports, computer data, business records, and financial records
- Testifying in court and administrative hearings
- Maintaining confidentiality of all case related matters
- Developing cases for lawsuits or other legal actions
- Conducting asset research
Minimum qualifications include: bachelor’s degree from an accredited college and at least three years full-time experience in investigations and compliance monitoring. Experience with Medicaid, health care, health care finance or a closely related field is preferred. Current (Arkansas) certified law enforcement officer with a minimum of five years of law enforcement experience a plus. May substitute full-time experience in one of these areas for required education on a year-for-year basis. Required skills are: effective verbal and written communication; researching and interpreting complex rules and regulations; working as a team member on joint federal, state and local investigations; applying investigative techniques and procedures to assigned cases; and knowledge of the Microsoft Office Suite.
Deadline for receipt of resumes is 5 p.m. on March 17, 2017. State of Arkansas job applications will not be accepted in lieu of a resume. Resumes received after the deadline will not be considered.
The Office of Attorney General Leslie Rutledge is seeking to hire an experienced attorney to serve as an Assistant Attorney General. Candidates must be licensed to practice law in Arkansas. This position requires excellent research, writing and litigation skills.
State of Arkansas job applications will not be accepted in lieu of a resume. Salary will depend upon relevant experience. Resumes will be accepted until the positions are filled.
The Office of the Attorney General is an equal opportunity employer. To apply to these positions, please submit a current resume and cover letter that includes salary requirement.
Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge
Human Resources Director
323 Center Street, Suite 200
Little Rock, Arkansas 72201