Thursday, 11 October 2018

Part time/Full Time Insurance Fraud Investigator

It is the mission of the North Dakota Insurance Department to protect the public good by fairly and effectively administering the laws of North Dakota. We are committed to vigorous consumer protection efforts while fostering a strong, competitive marketplace that provides consumers with choices and access to high-quality insurance products and services at competitive prices. In pursuit of our mission, we will treat all of our constituencies with the highest ethical standards and respect they deserve.



Your Primary Duties and Tasks

Work involves planning, coordinating, and conducting complex investigations involving a broad scope of insurance fraud and related offenses to detect and verify suspected criminal and/or regulatory violations.


Plan, coordinate, and conduct extensive investigations of insurance fraud involving claimants, policyholders, insurance agents, and insurance companies to include the entire span of medical, property, casualty, life, auto, and other insurance plans.
Receive and evaluate complaints regarding insurance fraud, deception, and/or misrepresentation.

Identify and pursue leads to obtain evidence.
Conduct surveillance operations.
Gather and document evidence by interviewing involved parties, obtaining statements, reviewing and analyzing records and files, etc.

Develop information for and execute search and arrest warrants.
Lead the processing and protection of crime scenes by identifying, collecting, and preserving physical evidence; properly tag, package, transport, and secure evidence.
Coordinate investigations with other law enforcement agencies, regulatory agencies, and other relevant entities.

Prepare investigative reports and recommend administrative, legal, and/or sentencing action.
Present evidence to prosecutors, legal staff, or courts.
Prepare and present testimony as required for legal proceedings or administrative hearings.

Participate in multi-jurisdictional task forces.
Participate in and conduct outreach and educational activities to inform the general public and local, state, and federal government agencies about the expanding crime of insurance fraud.


Expected Minimum Qualifications


Requires a bachelor’s degree and five years of work experience in investigations, law enforcement, or closely related field. Must be licensed or eligible to be licensed as a North Dakota peace officer.



Application Procedures


Applicants are screened based on qualifications, successful completion of the interview process and a background and criminal investigation. Applicants must be legally authorized to work in the United States.

Application package must be received by 11:59 PM on the closing date listed on the opening.

Documents to be submitted:


✓   Resume
✓   Cover letter with a summary that clearly explains how the applicant's work experience is related to the duties and tasks and minimum/preferred qualifications
✓   Diploma/transcript

✓   Applicants who are residents of ND and eligible to claim veteran’s preference must upload Form DD214 showing “character of service.” 
✓   Claims for disabled veteran’s preference must also upload a current statement of disabled status from the Veteran’s Affairs Office which is less than one year old.

Anyone needing assistance or accommodations during any part of the application or interview process please contact Rachel at: E-mail: rkriege@nd.gov phone: (701) 328-2931, fax: (701) 328-4880 or TTY: 1-800-366-6888.

Learn more about North Dakota Insurance Department: 
http://www.nd.gov/ndins/

Learn more about Employment Benefits at: http://www.nd.gov/hrms/employees/benefits.aspx
Visit North Dakota State government: http://www.nd.gov

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