This position is based out of San Juan, Puerto Rico.
The employee shall assist the U.S. government customer in conducting analysis of complex financial and business records to support federal investigations and prosecutions. The employee shall be knowledgeable in the field of law enforcement or related investigative exposure in Forfeiture, Organized Crime, White Collar Crime, Financial/Money Laundering, Drug or similar activity. The employee will be expected to conduct the following tasks to include, but not limited to:
Required Education:Required Experience:Required Skills:
- Conduct analytical research and provide analytic support
- Conduct financial document auditing
- Participate in strategic planning sessions with financial investigative groups and task forces
- Assisting IRS-CI and HIS with conducting interviews during the course of the financial investigation
- During the course of the investigation support, conduct analysis on financial transactions in order to accurately identify all parties involved
- Conduct analysis of complex financial and business records to support federal investigations and prosecutions, including the enforcement of Title 18, Title 31 and other applicable statutes of the Federal Criminal Code, and the seizure and forfeiture of illegally derived property
- Use of financial forensic skill sets to investigate and analyze all components of the financial infrastructure of Drug Trafficking Organizations (DTOs), the methods of criminal money movements and the professional money laundering infrastructure facilitating these movements
- Work at High Intensity Financial Crime Area (HIFCA) task force locations and/or identified locations with a high level of financial investigation activity within San Juan, Puerto Rico
- Bachelors degree - Eligible for SECRET clearance - U.S. citizenship - Experience: (2 years + BA/BS; 0 + MA/MS) - Employee must reside in the Washington, DC region - Financial investigations background - Possess general knowledge of IRS-CI and HSI organizations , functions, structures, sources and types of records maintained - Demonstrate a strong knowledge of task forces and financial investigative groups that target money laundering and other financial criminal activities - Demonstrate a strong understanding of criminal activity, such as Forfeiture, Organized Crime, White Collar Crime, Fraud, Drug, and Financial/Money Laundering - Demonstrate specialized knowledge of methods, techniques and subject matter analysis to intelligence work, plus skills in researching, collecting, and analyzing large amounts of raw data and intelligence data from various sources including; Bank Secrecy Act (BSA) data, Asset Forfeiture Tracking and Retrieval System (AFTRAK), Seized Assets and Case Tracking System (SEACATS), Suspicious Activity Report Data (SAR) data, National Crime Information Center (NCIC), and Treasury Enforcement Communications System (TECS) - Properly interpret financial information. Obtain and evaluate all relevant financial information, process it and achieve the engagement objective - Perform analytical tasks and have a keen attention to detail - Be well organized and have the ability to develop a proper approach when performing their analysis Preferred Skills:
- Experience with financial investigations, regulations or enforcement - Experience conducting internal investigations or audits to conduct risk assessments - Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE) qualification - Association of Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialists (ACAMS) certification - Anti-Money Laundering (AML) experience
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