36692 - Investigations Supervisor
The regular work hours are 8:00 am 4:30 pm, Monday through Friday. However, this position does require significant travel to other Direct Care and Treatment sites throughout the State and includes a rotating on call status. This position also may include extended/weekend hours, holidays and overnights depending on department needs.
The Special Investigations Supervisor provides leadership and direction to Office of Special Investigations staff in an effort to fulfill the core services of the Office of Special Investigations. This includes oversight and management of criminal investigations, intelligence gathering, and field services operations across Direct Care & Treatment. In this role, the Special Investigations Supervisor responds to the changing needs of the programs and prioritizes OSI services accordingly. Due to the nature of this position, the Special Investigations Supervisor frequently interacts with local, county, state and federal law enforcement and prosecution entities as well as all Department of Human Services divisions.
Primary Responsibilities Include:
Leading and managing OSI investigators and support staff to fulfill OSIs core services, which includes: managing criminal investigations, coordinating field services operations, and overseeing intelligence collection and dissemination.
Managing daily unit operations, prioritizing investigative functions, and providing incident management consultation to DCT program administrators.
Ensuring OSI services operate within the scope of policy, procedure, and are compliant with applicable laws.
Working in conjunction with federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies to manage cooperative investigations.
Supervisory or other leadership experience OR completion of leadership development program (L4, Emerging Leaders Institute, etc.)
4 years of professional work experience conducting civil, criminal and/or employee misconduct investigations within a forensic, correctional or law enforcement setting which demonstrates the following:
o Leading investigations, processing crime scenes, gathering evidence, and conducting surveillance;
o Working knowledge of state and federal criminal statutes
o Management and maintenance of intelligence-gathering systems
Working knowledge of laws, rules, regulations, policies and procedures that regulate employee and client/patient conduct and violation of state and federal laws
Experience conducting death investigations and covert operations
The Minnesota Department of Human Services (DHS) helps provide essential services to Minnesota's most vulnerable residents. Working with many others, including counties, tribes and non-profits, DHS helps ensure that Minnesota seniors, people with disabilities, children and others meet their basic needs and have the opportunity to reach their full potential.
At DHS our goal is to meet people where they are at, and focus on outcomes to improve life situations, and to get people the help they need so they can reach their full potential.