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Deadline Approaching for Applications for Office of Public Integrity Director

Deadline Approaching for Applications for Office of Public Integrity Director

Monroe County is announcing that the deadline to apply for the position of the Director of the newly created Office of Public Integrity in Monroe County is May 6, 2016.

Heading the Office of Public Integrity, the Director will be appointed for a fixed term of five years. The Director’s responsibilities include examining all County operations independently with the authority to report findings to law enforcement; the authority to require any County employee to provide information; subpoena witnesses, take testimony and compel documents from any group doing business with the County, including Local Development Corporations; conduct financial and operational investigations and audits of the County; promote and maintain a whistleblower mechanism by which all Monroe County residents and employees may provide information concerning misconduct or illegal activity on the part of any employee, officer, and/or contractor of the County.

Monroe County is seeking a candidate with experience in law enforcement management and/or forensic accounting, knowledge of audit procedures, investigative techniques relating to internal audit activities, as well as excellent written and verbal communication skills.

In addition, the Director of the Office of Public Integrity is prohibited from participating in any political activities. The Director will provide an annual report to the County Legislature and County Executive.

Qualified individuals interested in this position should visit the County website to apply online at:

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