SGI Global, LLC
  • GA, USA
  • Full Time

SGI Global is seeking On-The-Job Instructors the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), Criminal Investigation (CI), to provide On-The-Job Instructor (OJI) services to augment IRS CI's Special Agent (SA) cadres in its field offices across the country.

**This position is contingent upon contract award**

Responsibilities

  • Shall administer the formal OJI phase of training to one or more trainee(s) in day to day operational and investigative activities in the field office(s) where assigned to and will work with IRS-CI management during preparation and delivery of OJI services requested. This will include administrative and operational support, as well as mentoring to meet the training objectives and goals.
  • Shall provide their in-depth knowledge of complex IRS-CI principles and techniques of investigating and working active investigations with their strong understanding of tax cases and Title 26, including laws and decisions relating to investigative procedures, undercover investigations, methods of proof, Federal Rules of Evidence, and Criminal Procedures and relevant constitutional and statutory law; functions and jurisdictions of IRS Criminal Investigation and of other Federal, state and local agencies, and relationships between agencies.
  • Provide answers to in-depth questions as posed by IRS-CI employees who they are instructing and the required training in accordance with the contract.
  • Provide instructional material, individual instruction and counseling as needed to assist in developing the skills and abilities of the trainee as listed below:
    • Conduction of interviews; recognizing, exploring, and exploitation of leads; detecting ingeniously disguised discrepancies in information, including electronically stored information; distinguish between relevant and irrelevant information;
    • Preparation of reports; planning, organization and conducting of investigations;
    • Analyzing pieces of facts and evidence obtained from diverse sources over a wide section of the country and about which the interrelationship is unclear;
    • Devise innovative investigative approaches, techniques & procedures;
    • Recognize and carry out, legal and/or investigative, precedent-setting actions;
    • Ability to apply accounting principles and techniques in analyzing voluminous, complex, and often highly sophisticated books and records, (manual and/or automated accounting systems) to find evidence of highly complex manipulation and/or concealment;
    • Ability to indirectly reconstruct income of a conglomerate of separate entities; skill in using third party contacts and/or available books and records to establish facts in face of inconsistencies or denials, which are usually part of a well-planned scheme by the principal and/or representative;
    • Ability to obtain, evaluate and recommend action on information items to identify large areas of noncompliance;
    • Knowledge of the Internal Revenue Manual; Internal Revenue Code; U.S. Code and Regulations; procedural manuals; and decisions of the various U.S. Courts.
    • Ability to maintaining effective and productive relationships with other agencies;
    • Obtaining evidence in the face of obstacles such subject's coercive influence over key witnesses, legal actions calculated to delay or halt investigation, and attempts to discredit the special agent's integrity;
    • The use of resources available to assist in conducting criminal investigations and information gathering activities

Qualifications

  • Ability to work with IRS-CI management and IRS-CI subject matter experts (SME's) during the preparation and delivery of the instruction and/or OJI duties.
  • Must have in-depth knowledge and at least five years' experience in the application of laws and decisions relating to investigative procedures, undercover investigations, methods of proof, Federal Rules of Evidence, and Criminal Procedures and relevant constitutional and statutory law; functions and jurisdictions of IRS Criminal Investigation and of other Federal, state and local agencies, and relationships between agencies.
  • Must have knowledge and at least five (5) years of and experience in working criminal financial investigations, to include Title 26 criminal tax cases. This experience must include collecting, assembling and developing facts to present evidence in criminal financial investigations. Additionally, must have experience in presenting oral and written reports of personally conducted criminal financial investigations and of investigative techniques, such as interviewing, undercover operations, search and arrest warrants involving financial investigations to include Title 26 criminal tax cases.
  • Must have experience within the past two (2) years in On-the-Job instruction, course development or delivering training.
  • Knowledge and experience in working with applications such as, Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Microsoft Access and Excel.
  • Ability to provide information, generate feedback and discussion and test for comprehension from new and experienced employees.
  • Ability to work a full-time schedule at an IRS designated location(s). Case related travel may be required.
  • Ability to stand for long periods of time

SGI Global provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, marital status, amnesty, or status as a covered veteran in accordance with applicable federal, state and local laws.


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