Employment Opportunity For Retirees

Office Of The Inspector General

Inspector General Agent

Baltimore City Office of The Inspector General is seeking a results-oriented professional for investigation of fraud, waste and abuse within Baltimore City Government.  The Inspector General Agent conducts complex and confidential analyses and investigations of potential conflict of interest, mismanagement, embezzlement, fraud, misconduct, identity theft, property and information theft, drug abuse and related civil and criminal cases within City government. 

Qualified candidates will have at least a bachelor degree in law or law enforcement from an accredited college or university and five years experience conducting and coordinating complex internal investigations.  Must have strong communications, analytical, interpersonal, organizational and problem-solving skills.  Knowledge of auditing procedures and the ability to recognize internal control weaknesses is required.  Current licensure as a Certified Fraud Examiner issued by the Association of Certified Fraud Exam­i­­ners is desirable. 

Baltimore City Government offers a competitive salary range between $47K and $66K, commensurate with education and experience and a full range of comprehensive benefits, including medical, dental, vision, deferred compensation, paid leave and retirement plan. 

The selected individual must pass a drug screening and background investigation.  Interested candidates should submit a cover memo and resume, which specifically addresses the experience relevant to this position to:

Office Of The Inspector General

100 N. Holliday St.

640 City Hall, Suite

Baltimore, Maryland, 21202

Facsimile: (410) 837-1033

david.mcclintock@baltimorecity.gov 

Relocation Assistance is not available.

Baltimore City is an Equal Opportunity Employer

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