CMS-104 (Rev. 5/94) IL401-0794/win95
% OF TIME (16) Continued
and handwriting exemplars. Provides for attendance of witnesses or submission of additional documents of
proof by subpoena.
4>Develops leads utilizing external and internal resources; pursues leads through a variety of methods.
Secures documentation to support allegations using innovative creative investigative techniques.
5>At the conclusion of the investigation, explains the issues to all parties; administers oaths, examines and
cross-examines witnesses; examines administrative documents including payroll records and checks; affords
parties an opportunity to examine and cross-examine all witnesses using specialized communication skills.
6>Reviews, analyzes and evaluates testimony and exhibits to determine competence and relevance. Considers
demeanor and credibility of witnesses and weight of evidence presented. Examines relevant state and federal
statutes, precedent decisions and rules and regulations of the agency respective to fraud and forgery violations.
7>Prepares written decisions stating the issue or issues involved, statement of relevant facts, summarization
of material evidence and testimony, resulting in a conclusion and a decision which set forth provisions of the
law violated and the application of penalties as prescribed in the fraud provisions.
8>Obtains and coordinates evidence; prepares and signs criminal complaints based upon such evidence,
recommending to the Attorney General indictment and criminal prosecution of persons deemed subject to the
Benefit Fraud Statute. Appears before the Grand Jury to establish probable cause and testifies in court as to
the validity and applicability of the evidence presented.
9>Performs other related duties as assigned or required that are reasonably within the scope of those
17. POSITION TITLE AND NUMBER OF IMMEDIATE SUPERVISOR (Responsible for assigning and reviewing work, preparing, conducting and signing
performance evaluations; effectively recommending and imposing disciplinary action and adjusting grievances for the incumbent of this position.)
WORKING TITLE (IF ANY)
P S A 37015-44-13-540-00-31
18. CHECK THE APPROPRIATE BOX IF THIS POSITION IS A:
SUPERVISOR OR LEAD WORKER
NOTE: Supervisor or lead worker most be described in a detailed duty statement(s) with a time percentage(s) allotted.
If a box was checked above, list position title, position number, and subordinate incumbents or authorized funded head count:
Position Title Position Number No. of Incumbents
19. SPECIALIZED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, ABILITIES, LICENSURE OR CERTIFICATION NECESSARY FOR THE SUCCESSFUL PERFORMANCE OF THE WORK OF THIS POSITION. NOTE: SINCE THERE ARE
Requires knowledge, skill and mental development equivalent to the completion of 4 years college with major
courses in Business Law and Business Administration plus 3 years of local office professional investigative
experience performing major adjudication work involved in the fact-finding process. Requires extensive knowledge
of Federal and State laws, rules and regulations applicable to Unemployment Insurance benefits. Requires thorough
knowledge of local office automated systems , programs and practices as they relate to the payment of UI benefits.
Requires the ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing and to use a personal computer with related
software programs. Requires the ability to travel to complete investigations. Requires the ability to speak
Spanish at a colloquial level.
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