Financial Investigator (Senior-Level) Job
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Job Requisition Number: 67323
Category: Intelligence - Analyst
Primary Location: San Juan, PR, US
Security Clearance: Top Secret
Clearance Status: Must be Current
Schedule: Full Time
Type of Travel: Outside Continental US
Percent of Travel Required: Up to 10%

Description :
This position supports the Treasury Department responsible for financial investigations supporting law enforcement in areas related to forfeiture, organized crime, white collar crime, money laundering and similar areas. Candidate will support the development and establishment of financial investigative policies, and will provide support including, planning, administration and coordination for field teams. Responsibilities also include managing investigations complex in nature (e.g., fraud, export, currency and money laundering) as well as all operational, financial, and administrative facets of select Treasury functions. Candidates should also be willing to travel on short notice.
  • Plan, conduct, review, manage, and participate in complex financial investigations related to criminal activity using specialized experience in investigating criminal activity involving money laundering violations or asset forfeiture.Conduct a detailed analysis of records, such as ledgers, payrolls, financial reports, invoices, computer files, and bank statements, related to the forfeiture-related aspects of the investigation
  • Support developing a determination of the amount to seek for forfeiture based on, among other factors, an assessment of the proceeds of the criminal activity
  • Assess amount of illegal proceeds generated from the criminal business practices and the degree to which this activity contributed to the valuation of the business
  • Analyze financial information and develop a presentation of the information to support determination of probable cause for seizure, and provide evidence during the forfeiture portions of legal proceedings
  • Conduct collection, research, and analysis of intelligence to assist in supporting ongoing criminal investigations
  • Provide data analysis of related law information including trend analysis and forecasts
  • Support client's effort to provide training to the law enforcement community by developing and delivering training materials
  • Support client by traveling with client's personnel and providing subject matter expertise in briefings at various venues
  • Provide leadership with written and oral briefings
  • Use various databases and search engines relative to Treasury requirements and self-initiated tasks to examine all financing systems, including banks, non-governmental organizations, charities, criminal activity, value transfer, and smuggling.
  • May function as a team lead or as an individual contributor.
Normal demands associated with an office environment. Ability to perform computer related work and data analysis for extended periods as well as communicate with individuals by telephone, email and face to face. Travel to CONUS, Overseas and hazardous locations may be required.

  • 12 years of law enforcement experience managing and conducting in complex financial investigations with a minimum of 5 years specialized experience investigating criminal activity involving money laundering violations or asset forfeiture
  • Possess working knowledge and experience with complex investigations investigating, including laws, regulations, and case history related to investigative procedures; asset forfeiture; undercover investigations; Federal Rules of Evidence, Criminal Procedures, relevant constitutional and statutory law; functions and relevant regulations of law enforcement agencies
  • Knowledgeable of accounting principles and techniques and have the ability to apply them in analyzing large and complex datasets to identify indicators of manipulation and/or concealment.
  • Skilled in constructing an organized and detailed account of financial transactions from disorganized records
  • Skilled in using the various law enforcement and relevant public sector databases available to assist in conducting criminal investigations
  • Strong writing, analytical, and communication skills, and must be able to multi-task and complete projects on time
  • Advanced knowledge of financial and business record keeping, including computerized data records
  • Advanced knowledge of corporate structures including subsidiary activities and companies
  • Skilled in evaluating complaints, identifying legal issues, applying pertinent statutes and precedents, and determining a course of action
  • Skilled in constructing an organized and detailed account of financial transactions from disorganized records
  • Skilled in interpreting financial statements and other financial reports
  • Strong research skills, advanced skills in the use of Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, and experience with the Internet and on-line research systems.
  • Must possess a valid driver's license
Current Top Secret clearance is required.

CACI is an Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/D/V.

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