STATE CLASSIFICATION JOB DESCRIPTION


Salary Group C05

Class No. 9973

REGIONAL SUPERVISOR – OFFICE OF THE INSPECTOR GENERAL

GENERAL DESCRIPTION

Performs supervisory investigative work.  Work involves assisting in the coordination of activities of staff engaged in the investigation of violations of department policy and procedures, fraud, employee misconduct, federal court orders, and criminal law.  Assigns and supervises the work of others.  Works under limited supervision, with considerable latitude for the use of initiative and independent judgment.

EXAMPLES OF WORK PERFORMED

Conducts criminal and administrative investigations.

Coordinates and assigns investigations and monitors workloads and work output.

Prepares and reviews reports of investigations and program activities.

Provides technical assistance to investigators and staff.

Serves as a liaison with management and other law enforcement agencies.

Assists in conducting program analysis studies to develop and recommend solutions to problems.

Assists in the development of schedules, priorities, and standards for achieving program goals.

Assists in the preparation of program guidelines, policies, procedures, rules, and regulations.

Assists in the preparation of training and operational manuals.

May participate in joint homeland security initiatives with other governmental law enforcement agencies.

Assigns and supervises the work of others.

Performs related work as assigned.

GENERAL QUALIFICATION GUIDELINES

Experience and Education

Experience in investigative work.  Graduation from an accredited four-year college or university with major coursework in criminal justice, criminology, police science, or a related field is generally preferred.  Experience and education may be substituted for one another.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

Knowledge of the principles and practices of public administration; of investigative operations, practices, and techniques; of federal and state criminal and drug laws; and of court procedures, practices, and rules of evidence.

Skill in operating information processing systems, in problem-solving techniques, and in the use of firearms.

Ability to conduct, evaluate, analyze, and investigate allegations of wrongdoing; to prepare concise reports; to prepare and implement program goals, objectives, and operations; to evaluate program policies and procedures; to communicate effectively; and to assign and supervise the work of others.

Registration, Certification, or Licensure

Must be certified as a Texas peace officer by the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement.  Must possess a valid driver’s license.


State Auditor’s Office

Revised 9-1-15