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The MTA OIG employs professionals with a variety of skill sets to accomplish its work. During times of recruitment, specific job opportunities will be posted below.


Available Positions:

Job title:  Senior Investigative Attorney
Location:  New York City
Job Type:  Regular Full Time
Hours/Week:  37.5 hrs/week
Salary range:  $95,454 - $143,180

Job Description:

Under the general direction of the Deputy Inspector General, Legal/Investigative Unit, and/or the General Counsel, responsibilities include overseeing or conducting assigned investigations, and providing legal guidance.

Duties Shall Include:

Planning and directing confidential investigations and reviews. Reviewing investigative memoranda and preparing Inspector General investigative reports.
Representing the MTA Inspector General in judicial and administrative proceedings.
Researching legal issues and analyzing documents related to investigations.
Drafting memoranda, subpoenas, and other legal documents.
Taking depositions and statements.
Other duties as assigned by the Deputy Inspector General, Legal/Investigative Unit and/or General Counsel, as appropriate.


Graduation from an accredited law school and a minimum of six years legal experience including the supervision of investigations or reviews and the preparation of reports relating thereto, the conduct of trials, motion practice, legal research, brief writing, and appeals, or equivalent.
Admission to the New York Bar.

Job title:  Intake Officer
Location:  New York City
Job Type:  Regular Full Time
Hours/Week:  37.5 hrs/week
Salary range:  $47,999 - $71,999

Job Description:

Under the general direction of the Director of Intake and Intelligence, the Intake Officer is responsible for complaint intake and processing for the OIG.

Duties Shall Include:

Collecting and processing information from complainants from correspondence, telephone or in-person interviews; drafting, inputting, and tracking the information in a complaint database.
Conducting initial background work and processing of complaints, including but not limited to, a search of internal agency records and databases, verification of facts presented by the complainant, collecting additional information from agency representatives, or referring complaints, as appropriate.
Responsible for weekly referrals to the various agencies, letters/email to the complainants acknowledging receipt of their complaint and what the next step of the complaint process is. Follow up with the complainants via email, letter, and by phone, when needed. Filing and maintenance of complaint records and files.
Respond to background information requests from the various agencies, pertaining to current and or former MTA employees.
Other duties as may be assigned by the Director of Intake and Intelligence.

Minimum Requirements:

Two years of experience in a customer service or call-center position. Experience in a criminal justice intake environment is preferred. Work towards a bachelor’s degree is desirable.
Excellent oral and written communication and interpersonal skills. Strong organizational skills with attention to detail. Basic computer and typing skills is a must.

Job Benefits:

A benefit package may be available. Request specific information from the employer.


To apply, please send your résumé and cover letter to the following:

MTA Office of the Inspector General
Two Penn Plaza, 5th Floor
New York, NY 10121