Are you up to the challenge of leading a team of 9 forensic accountants and former law enforcement personnel that in the last year issued 7 reports and sent 16 recommendations to prosecutorial agencies on financial investigations it conducted of public officials and employees who may be involved in public corruption including theft, fraudulent schemes, money laundering, forgery, computer tampering, conflict of interest, or similar crimes? Do you want to help public entities such as school districts and State agencies prevent these types of activities by overseeing fraud risk reviews and issuing publications and presenting trainings related to fraud prevention and detection? Do you have the skills necessary to liaison with law enforcement, prosecutors in State criminal venues, and attorneys? Are you a retired, or near-retirement law enforcement professional with extensive experience managing criminal investigations, preferably those of a financial nature? If so, you may be who we are looking for to lead of our Division of Financial Investigations. You don’t need to be a certified peace officer, and an accounting background would be helpful but is not required. A member of our team will help train and transition you into this role. You must be a resident of Arizona and must not have a conflict of interest with the Arizona State Legislature in order to apply.