The New York State Office of the Attorney General’s Medicaid Fraud Control Unit, located in Hauppauge, is seeking a forensic accountant/auditor to participate in complex fraud investigations in the healthcare industry, utilizing the New York State False Claims Act, Social Services Law §145-b, and the Executive Law, and, when appropriate, to support prosecution of crimes uncovered by such investigations. Many of our actions involve coordination with other state and federal civil and prosecutorial anti-fraud agencies resulting in large-scale recoveries.
Candidates for the position of forensic accountant/auditor must possess excellent analytical, communication, and organizational skills, and a minimum of a four (4) year college degree, either specifically in finance, accounting, or economics, or equivalent post-college work experience. Applicants should be proficient with database and presentation software. Experience with statistical sampling is a plus. A Certified Public Accountant (CPA) license is not required; the position qualifies for CPA accreditation purposes. Designation as a Certified Fraud Examiner is also a plus. Applicants will be considered for both entry-level and experienced assignments.
How To Apply
Applications are being received online. To apply, please click on this link: MFCU_HAU_FAA_6093; applicants will be taken to the online application page for this position.
Applicants must be prepared to submit a complete application consisting of the following:
- Cover Letter (You may address to Sandra Jefferson Grannum, Esq., Bureau Chief, Legal Recruitment)
- Unofficial College Transcript
- References – three (3) required with contact information and email addresses for each
- Writing Sample
Please note: Failure to submit a complete application will delay the consideration of your application.
If you have questions regarding a position with the OAG and the application process or you need assistance with submitting your application, please contact the Legal Recruitment Bureau via email at email@example.com or phone at (212) 416-8080.
For more information about the OAG, please visit our website: www.ag.ny.gov