Prosecutor to Head Fraud Investigation Unit -Min 10 yrs exp as a Prosecutor

The American Policyholder Association - United States

Full-time | Part-timeEstimated: $51,000 - $68,000 a year
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Prosecuting Attorney in good standing with at least 10 years experience prosecuting white-collar crime/fraud. Applicants without experience will not be considered.

Vet and prepare cases to be turned over to prosecutors for a consumer advocacy nonprofit that lobbies for criminal prosecution of insurance fraud perpetrated against consumers.

Receiving and reviewing complaints of criminal fraud committed by individual adjusters and engineers, adjusting companies, engineering companies and Third Party Administration Companies (TPA Firm’s) working on behalf of insurance companies.

After initial review the attorney will have the authority to conduct investigations into individual acts of insurance fraud, compile evidence and make complaints and submissions to Attorney General Offices, local District Attorney Offices, and to local law enforcement including State Police, Local Sheriff Departments and the FBI for arrest and prosecution.

The Attorney will also will be in charge of working with APA fraud investigators and examiners to identify and documents patterns of fraud across industry sectors.

The position will also include compiling of notice of fraud investigations, complaints and directing complaints of ethical violations to state insurance licensing boards, state engineering licenses, and state bar associations.

Experience in the fraud department of an Attorney General’s, US Atty’s, or DA’s office a plus

Job Types: Full-time, Part-time

Experience:

  • White Collar Criminal Prosecutor: 10 years (Preferred)

Work Location:

  • Fully Remote

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