Applications must be submitted by: February 3, 2015
This position involves the investigation and prosecution of complex insurance and unemployment fraud cases. Cases will include workers’ compensation fraud, unemployment tax and compensation fraud, motor vehicle insurance fraud, arson, false injury and property loss claims, fraud committed in the context of life, health, disability and other types of insurance contracts and claims committed by claimants, employers, medical providers, insurance industry insiders and attorneys. Investigations typically involve financial record audits and may involve the use of confidential informants, undercover agents, search warrants, and electronic surveillance.
Primary Duties: Evaluate complaints and investigation files from referral sources; formulate investigative strategies, prepare search warrants, analyze documents, and interview witnesses; conduct document and witness intensive grand jury investigations; prepare immunity and/or cooperation agreements as needed; make charging, venue, and plea-bargaining recommendations; prosecute complex criminal cases in district and superior court.
Position Requirements: Candidates should have at least five years litigation experience, preferably as a criminal prosecutor. Demonstrated ability to handle a large, complex, white-collar or criminal caseload desirable. Strong analytical, writing, and oral advocacy skills are essential. Jury trial and grand jury experience required. Experience in insurance/unemployment law preferred. This is a challenging position with an opportunity to gain prosecution experience in complicated white-collar cases.
Application Process: Internal candidates may apply by submitting a cover letter and resume to Pamela Spang, Recruitment and Hiring Coordinator, at Pamela.Spang@state.ma.us OR by applying online through the AGO’s Employment and Recruitment website. To apply online, visit the website via this link to register, create a profile, upload your cover letter and resume, and submit an application. External candidates may only apply online using the AGO’s Employment and Recruitment website.
Inquiries regarding position and status may be made to:
David Andrews, Chief
Bureau/Division: Criminal Bureau/Insurance & Unemployment Division
Supervisor: David Andrews, Chief, Insurance & Unemployment Fraud Division
Salary: Commensurate with experience; to be discussed at interview.
This Office is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
The Office actively seeks to increase the diversity of its workforce.