Title: Director, Special Investigations & Review
First Date of Posting: 9/13/2023
Last Date of Filing: 10/4/2023
Department: Office of the President
Division/Unit: Special Investigations & Review
Reports to: Assistant Chief Officer, Special Investigations & Review
Work Location: 130 Livingston Street, Brooklyn
Hours of Work: Managerial
Candidates selected for this position on the NYC Transit payroll may be placed in a competitive or non-competitive class position based on their qualifications. Qualified candidates who are placed in a competitive class position are eligible for the 55-a Program. Please indicate in your cover letter and in the upper right corner of your resume that you would like to be considered for the position under the 55-a Program. For detailed information regarding the 55-a Program, please visit the following link https://www1.nyc.gov/site/dcas/employment/55-a-program.page
This position is accountable for assisting the Assistant Chief Officer, manage and conduct investigations and/or studies of fraud, abuse, mismanagement, employee rights violations, violence in the workplace, concerning all NYC Transit and MTA Bus operations, facilities, and employees. Performs investigations/studies including but not limited to issues such as employee misconduct, workplace violence, revenue fraud, theft of service, etc. Prepares preliminary executive-level reports which recommend the implementation of corrective action(s) to prevent fraud, abuse and mismanagement. Serves as liaison with law enforcement agencies, MTA agencies and outside government agencies concerning external investigations.
$88,539- $131,381 (Grade D, HAY Points 653)
Education and Experience
A Baccalaureate degree from an accredited college in Business Administration, Transportation, Accounting, or a related field, and at least eight (8) years of related experience of which three (3) years must have been in a managerial/supervisory/administrative capacity; or
A satisfactory equivalent of education and experience.
Based on evaluation of education, skills, experience and interview.
Pursuant to the New York State Public Officers Law & the MTA Code of Ethics, all employees who hold a policymaking position must file an Annual Statement of Financial Disclosure (FDS) with the NYS Commission on Ethics and Lobbying in Government (the “Commission”).
Equal Employment Opportunity
MTA and its subsidiary and affiliated agencies are Equal Opportunity Employers, including with respect to veteran status and individuals with disabilities.
The MTA encourages qualified applicants from diverse backgrounds, experiences, and abilities, including military service members, to apply