Become a DCIS Investigative Analyst

DCIS Investigative Analysts

DCI investigative analysts provide analytical support for criminal and civil/administrative investigations involving companies, persons, and property affiliated with the Department of Defense (DoD) pursuant to Federal Statues and applicable DoD Directives.  DCIS focuses on the following investigative priorities:

  • Computer Intrusions & Other Cyber Crimes
  • Corruption & Financial Crimes
  • Healthcare Fraud
  • Illegal Proliferation & Theft of Critical Technologies
  • Procurement & Acquisition Fraud

General Qualification requirements

• Be a U.S. citizen
• Pass the complete applicant screening process, which includes an interview battery, drug screening, and an extensive background investigation
• Applicants are required to obtain and maintain a Top Secret security clearance.

Education and Experience

  • Experience:  At least 52 weeks of specialized experience at the GS-07 level in the Federal service or at an equivalent level.
  • Specialized experience is defined as:  work experience which includes assisting with trend analyses and statistical studies for a law enforcement organization; summarizing reports and extracting essential intelligence information to create cohesive reports for superiors, and obtaining and manipulating data from a variety of investigative databases.

OR

  • Education:  Master's, equivalent graduate degree, or two full years of progressively higher-level graduate education leading to such a degree.  LL.B., or J.D. from an accredited college or university that would otherwise substitute for specialized experience.

Responsibilities

• Analyze complex and law enforcement sensitive data from criminal investigations and operations.
• Assist DCIS Special Agents in interviews, prosecution preparation, and meetings with investigative partners.
• Collaborate with personnel from other organizations to share information and investigative analysis strategies.
• Compile criminal investigative data to discern trends or pertinent investigative case characteristics.
• Prepare trend analysis reports for dissemination to organizational components, management, and field activities.
• Provide guidance to DCIS field agents and Field Office management on investigative data and trends.

How to Apply

Please send your resume to DCIS Recruitment at DCISRecruitment@dodig.mil.  Applicants are encouraged to monitor DCIS vacancy announcements on USA JOBS.

Newsletter
Mailing List
Twitter
LinkedIn

You are entering a Department of Defense internet computer system. Please read this Privacy and Security Notice.

Office of Inspector General, United States Department of Defense, 4800 Mark Center Drive, Alexandria, VA 22350-1500

Integrity | Independence | Excellence