Required Qualifications/ Experience Level
- Minimum 6 years of experience working within the defense, intelligence, or law enforcement communities leading or coordinating complex programs and/or multiple projects.
- Knowledge, skills, and abilities related to white collar crime; money laundering; insurance claims; generally-accepted accounting principle violations; telemarketing fraud; check kiting; contract and procurement fraud; asset misappropriation; securities fraud; financial statement fraud; bankruptcy fraud; credit card fraud; embezzlement; evidence integrity analysis; damage assessment; tracing illicit funds; locating hidden assets; forensic intelligence gathering; and/or regression analysis.
- A mastery of accounting and financial analytical theories, innovations, practices and principles to include an in-depth understanding of funding mechanisms, processes, and legal titles associated with domestic and international banking, monetary transfers, corporate and charitable finances, securities, and money markets.
- Expert knowledge of business and government organizational and managerial structures and practices, and their financial documentation practices, as well as various sophisticated finance and accounting systems, methods, and techniques.
- Advanced ability to conduct quantitative and qualitative analyses, to apply various statistical methods and formulas, to discern and unravel complex interrelationships, to recognize concealed or obscure associations, and to draw logical inferences and conclusions significant for evidentiary purposes.
- Broad practical knowledge of criminal statutes, regulations, procedures, violations, and jurisdictions with respect to national and international financial investigations, as well as processes and practices for subpoenas, National Security Letters, affidavits, execution of search warrants, rules of evidence, chain of custody, and other judicial/legal proceedings.
- The ability to use computer hardware and software as tools for gathering and analyzing financial information, conducting analyses, managing investigative cases, and facilitating office operations, to include data base management systems, statistical analytical software, Internet research techniques and information resources, office automation (spreadsheets, desktop publishing, BankScan etc.), and electronic mail systems.
- Demonstrated skill in written and oral communications, including ability to translate complex and interrelated information into articulate presentations, compose substantive analytical reports, interact effectively as a member of a multijurisdictional investigative team, elicit information, and develop cooperative relationships with international and/or domestic banking, financial and law enforcement officials.
- Minimum of Top Secret clearance with eligibility to gain CI Poly
Required Education Level
- A Bachelor’s or Master’s Degree in forensic accounting, accounting, finance, or a related field for forensic accountants.
- One or more certifications: Certified Fraud Examiner, Certified Public Accountant, Certified Internal Auditor and/or Chartered Accountant.
- TS/SCI/CI Polygraph preferred; Active Top Secret with SSBI required.
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