Applications accepted January 7, 2019 through February 28, 2019
To apply for this position, complete the application: here
MINIMUM QUALIFICATION: Bachelor’s degree plus two years of work experience in data analysis/management OR fact finding research, analysis and reporting of which one year is in programming and modifying computer applications, or an equivalent combination of education, training and experience.
- Work experience in an investigatory or law enforcement organization
MODERATE KNOWLEDGE OF:
- Applicable computer software packages, including visualization software
- Methods and techniques of data base analysis and design
- Tools to query and analyze data in a relational database
- Computer operating systems
- Programming logic, data manipulation and integrated environments
- Structured Query Language (SQL)
- Quantitative data analysis methods
- Under the guidance of a Chief Forensic Data Analyst, extracts, indexes, merges, and tests large and multiple data sets from multiple external databases into a centralized internal database
- Conducts analysis of large data sets
- Uses application tools to organize and convert information into user-friendly formats
- Performs quality reviews of large volumes of data sets, resolves discrepancies of duplicate, incorrect, or missing information, and validates converted information
- Reviews and classifies inventory of data across the City, and identify core data and associated hierarchies/taxonomy and lifecycle events
- Assists OIG personnel with identifying city data sources
- Compiles and generates statistical and narrative reports to summarize the findings of analysis work
- Performs related duties as required
Range: $64,704 – $105,420 (annual increase first three years)
Starting $64,704 (non-negotiable); Post six-month review $67,800
TRAVEL AND SCHEDULE: Travel outside Chicago is not required. Work schedule is between 8:30am-5:00pm M-F.
RESIDENCY REQUIREMENT: Employees must be a resident of the City of Chicago and proof of residency is required at the commencement of employment.
OWING OF CITY DEBT: Municipal Code of Chicago 2-152-150 prohibits the hiring of anyone who owes any debt to the City of Chicago.
INSTRUCTIONS: To apply for this job title do NOT use the City of Chicago online application.
Complete, the “Inspector General Employment Application,” by clicking here;
NOTE: APPLICATIONS MUST BE SUBMITTED BY THE INDIVIDUAL APPLYING. NO SECOND PARTY APPLICATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED. THE INSPECTOR GENERAL’S OFFICE REQUIRES THAT ITS EMPLOYEES BE NONPARTISAN AND FREE FROM CONFLICTS OF INTEREST.
THE CITY OF CHICAGO IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY AND MILITARY FRIENDLY EMPLOYER
In compliance with federal law, all persons hired will be required to verify identity and eligibility to work in the United States and to complete the required employment eligibility verification document form upon hire. The City of Chicago does not participate in E-Verify (Employment Eligibility Verification System). In addition, employment at the Office of Inspector General is contingent upon a satisfactory criminal background check.