|Department||Maryland Insurance Administration|
|Date Opened||12/7/2012 9:00:00 AM|
|Filing Deadline||12/21/2012 11:59:00 PM|
|Salary||$43,725.00 - $69,999.00/year|
|HR Analyst||Tracey Dailey|
The Maryland Insurance Administration (MIA) is an independent State agency that regulates Maryland’s insurance industry and protects Maryland consumers. There are approximately 1,600 insurance companies and more than 135,000 insurance producers (agents and brokers) that conduct business in the State of Maryland and that impact Maryland citizens who purchase insurance products. Through the diligence of a highly professional staff, the MIA works to facilitate a strong insurance marketplace where consumers are well informed and treated fairly.
Main Purpose of Job
This position is responsible for supervising several investigators, mentoring new Fraud Division employees, coordinating training for investigators and public outreach projects of the Division. The Investigative Supervisor is also responsible for supervising the entry, retrieval and organization of case management statistics for use in required reports, representing the Division with law enforcement agencies, and various administrative and investigative duties as assigned. This position will report to the Assistant Chief Investigator in charge of the Criminal Unit within the Division.
MINIMUM EDUCATION OR GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
- Two years of the required experience must have included providing testimony in court or administrative hearings involving experience collaborating with Prosecutors, Assistant Attorney Generals or other Attorneys.
- One year of the required experience must have involved prior experience training both employees and non-employees.
DESIRED OR PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS
Excellent written, verbal, interpersonal and organizational skills are highly preferred.
LIMITATIONS ON SELECTION
LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS AND CERTIFICATIONS
Employees assigned such duties will be required to possess a motor vehicle operator’s license valid in the State of Maryland, as statewide travel is involved.