- Macon, GA, USA
- Full Time
- Ability to obtain clearance
SGI Global is seeking an Affirmative Civil Enforcement (ACE) Auditor to support the United States Attorney's Office in Macon, Georgia. The ACE Auditor will assist in the generation of new investigations, continue with ongoing investigations and civil actions involving fraud areas such as healthcare, contracting, grants, etc., and other fraud and abuse of federal public funds and programs.
*Position is contingent upon award*
- Assist in providing expert auditing and accounting services in investigations involving highly complex financial transactions. Cases involve extensive problem definition, planning and coordination with AUSAs analyzing and auditing a large variety of accounting systems; and reconstructing partial or inadequate records of financial institutions, Federal contractors, and other individuals or organizations. Perform and analyze audits for suspected fraud in complex organizational dealings.
- Assist with the planning and conduction of investigations of a highly complex nature by performing quantitative, qualitative, or other analyses of relevant facts, and prepare results to support the mission of the ACE Program.
- Conducts audit and financial investigations, possibly involving one or more violators who are highly successful, professional, or recognized community business leaders or financial entities that possess substantial business operations outside the immediate locality with a large number of activities, operations and transactions.
- Perform financial account examination of books, records, computer tapes, data processing material, and activities of individuals and firms involved in financial matters subject to USAO investigation and review. In the absence of records, assisting with obtaining detailed financial information from other sources to include interview of business associates, firm employees, and competitors.
- Prepare concise and accurate audit reports involving assembling, correlating, and analyzing the facts obtained from analysis and investigation of financial matters, and prepares detailed charts, summaries and schedules as necessary.
- Assist with conferences and interviews of members, officers, directors, and representatives of financial institutions, law enforcement agents of the state and city governments and other branches of the Federal government, Certified Public Accountants, attorneys, etc.
- Develop, coordinate and issue draft technical audit guidelines and instructions applicable to financial audits and investigations performed by the USAO. Guidelines developed include consideration of applicable civil and criminal statutes, the type of subject-matter of cases typically investigated by the USAO and accepted professional audit and accounting guidelines. The Auditor identifies the need for changes through the review of installation-level audit reports, General Accounting Office reports, and from information submitted by the legal staff in the USAO.
- Analyze, organize and present a large volume of data such as bank records, financial records, healthcare claims, tax records, correspondence, policies, other documentary evidence, etc., through the use of common software programs.
- Gather and analyze facts including statements, timelines, and scientific or technical data for the purpose of advancing prosecutorial objectives. Establish and verify relationships among all facts and evidence obtained or presented to confirm authenticity of documents
- Verify employment and conduct financial analyses to determine capability of targets to pay monetary penalties.
- Work with various USAO staff to determine applicable statutory and regulatory law and identify possible violations.
- Perform ancillary investigation-related services in support of assigned cases as follows:
- Utilize electronic databases to identify assets, documents, and other physical evidence.
- Prepare interim and final reports throughout the investigation process for use by AUSAs and other staff members.
- Arrange for secure storage, preservation, organization and indexing of voluminous documentary evidence.
- Assist in the compilation and analysis of documents and physical evidence, and the creation of charts, graphs, videotapes, and other audio-visual materials for use in motions and at trial.
- Meet with the ACE Coordinator and designated federal agency personnel, state and local officials as needed throughout investigations.
- Other related duties as assigned and within scope.
- Four (4) year undergraduate degree or higher in statistical/data analysis, finance, accounting, fraud examination, or other related field.
- Minimum three (3) years of professional work experience in finance, accounting, fraud examination or statistical/data analysis.
- Proficient in Microsoft Office applications including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, etc.
- Experience and expertise in performing the requisite services listed above
- U. S. Citizenship
- Ability to pass the applicable background investigation for this position
- Experience reviewing and understanding medical records and knowledge of medical billing procedures
- Relevant experience working with a federal or state legal or law enforcement entity
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.