OIG employment opportunities

The Office of the Inspector General (OIG) periodically reviews strong resumes and considers qualified professionals for employment.

We are committed to the successful recruitment, development and retention of candidates at the highest level of competency. We employ attorneys, auditors, investigators, analysts and support staff. If you are interested in working for us, please look at the specific resume requirements under the current openings section below.

Current openings

Fellowship Opportunity: The OIG is pleased to announce the Justice Geraldine S. Hines Diversity Fellowship for Lawyers. The fellowship offers new lawyers the opportunity to develop legal skills and experience working in an independent state agency that is dedicated to the promotion of good government and responsible stewardship of public assets. The fellowship reflects our commitment to cultivating a diverse and inclusive workplace. We are accepting applications until October 11, 2019. The Fellowship term will run from September 2020 to August 2022.

Senior Investigator, Inspector General’s Division of State Police Oversight. Applications accepted through July 29, 2019.

Instructor, Massachusetts Office of the Inspector GeneralApplications accepted through July 12, 2019.

Fellowship Opportunity: The Dr. Frances Burke Diversity Fellowship for Investigators will provide opportunities for motivated professionals who have a desire to begin a career in investigations and who are eager to gain valuable investigative experience while serving the people of the Commonwealth. During a two-year tenure at the Office, the Burke Fellow will work in three of the Office’s investigative divisions. The Fellow will receive training, guidance and mentorship from senior staff members, and will be responsible for conducting criminal and civil investigations relating to fraud, waste and abuse of public funds.
The Dr. Frances Burke Diversity Fellowship for Investigators. Posting is now closed.

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