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Bureau of Special Investigations

The Bureau of Special Investigations (BSI) investigates allegations of fraud, waste, abuse, and misconduct in agencies under the Governor's jurisdiction. Listed below are the investigative positions within BSI:

Special Investigator 1 - handles basic investigative assignments involving special programs and operations of executive agencies by collecting, evaluating and developing evidence, conducting surveillance, contacting informants, examining records and using investigative equipment. Minimum experience and training for this classification is two years of experience in criminal investigation work and a bachelor’s degree or any equivalent combination of experience and training.

Special Investigator 2 - responsible for difficult and complex investigative work involving the programs and operations of executive agencies from the analyzing of complaints to determine the course and scope of the investigation to the directing of subordinates to the recommending of changes in operations to prevent future violations. Minimum experience and training for this classification is four years of experience in progressively responsible criminal investigation work and a bachelor’s degree or any equivalent combination of experience and training.

To apply for the Special Investigator positions: Submit a resume, cover letter, and completed Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Personal Data Sheet to OIG Human Resources