Bldg 9, Room 239
Minimum Qualifications Minimum Requirements: Candidates must be eligible for appointment as a NYS Peace officer as established under NYS Criminal Procedure Law §2.10 and qualified to carry a firearm. Under Federal Law, an unpardoned felon is ineligible to carry firearms. Conviction of a felony or misdemeanor may bar candidates from appointment depending upon the relationship of the violation of law to the duties of the position. Must be eligible for NYS and NYC pistol/carry license.
Candidate must possess valid New York State driver’s license and be able to drive government vehicles. Travels throughout New York State via car, train or other forms of mass transit. Overnight travel is required.
Preferred Qualifications: Excellent oral and written communication skills. Familiarity with gathering evidence in a computer-based organization. A Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice or a related field, or ten years of internal affairs investigative experience, including investigations of white collar criminal activity. Experience in discrimination or retaliation investigations is desirable but not essential.
Duties Description Under the general supervision of the Director and Assistant Director of Internal Affairs, the incumbent conducts confidential investigations of corruption, official misconduct and other suspected criminal wrongdoing, by Department of Taxation and Finance employees or individuals attempting to obstruct tax administration. The incumbent must be capable of carrying out duties and responsibilities of a peace officer as defined in Section 2.10 of the New York State Criminal Procedure Law.
Some positions may require additional credentials or a background check to verify your identity.