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POSTING #23-E-08

POSITION CLASSIFICATION: Forensic Financial Analyst

BUREAU SERVED: Medicaid Fraud


POSITION SALARY: Commensurate with experience


Under the direction of the Director and Chief of Investigations, a Forensic Financial Analyst will provide analysis and support to financial crime investigations that help identify fraud and related criminal offenses. The Forensic Financial Analyst will compile, analyze, and/or audit complex financial records to support investigations and prosecutions. They will act as a liaison with financial institutions to facilitate records requests and productions; be responsible for reviewing and analyzing multiple sources of information and data; conduct open-source searches to obtain necessary information and records; build financial profiles to identify criminal offenses, trends, and patterns; document investigation activities; and compile and analyze data material, including but not limited to financial and tax records, invoices, complaint data, digital media, contracts, and grant related information.

The Forensic Financial Analyst will provide input to affidavits and subpoenas, recommend possible investigative steps, and testify in court regarding financial examination of records. Additionally, they will maintain databases, prepare summary exhibits, and reports in support of their testimony; participate in strategic planning sessions with investigators, fraud investigative groups, and task forces; and be responsible for creating analytic reports, summaries, graphs and charts for use in investigations.


This position requires a Bachelorís or an advanced degree in accounting, criminal justice, finance, economics, applied statistics or related field and three years of related work experience in a law enforcement setting, financial analysis, and/or auditing. A Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE) Certification or studying towards, is preferred. The ability to demonstrate strong leadership, judgment, and problem-solving skills is required. This position also requires a working knowledge of i2 Analystís Notebook, Bank Scan, and Microsoft products; an ability to demonstrate criminal intelligence analysis; and strong technological skills. Attendance, flexibility, outstanding written and communication skills, and the ability to build and maintain satisfactory working relationships with other agencies and OAG employees is required.

Preferred Skills:

Knowledge of the health care industry and medical coding concepts (CPT, ICD-9/10, DRGs, HCPCS) and/or experience analyzing health care claims data.

Hours of Work: 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (Monday Friday)

Application Procedure: Send resume with cover letter to:

Office of the Attorney General
Human Resources Bureau, 11th Floor
100 W. Randolph
Chicago, Illinois 60601

An Equal Opportunity Employer

The Illinois Attorney General's Office is an equal opportunity employer. The Office considers applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age, marital or veteran status, or the presence of a non-job-related medical condition or disability.

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