Department: Department Of The Treasury
Agency: Treasury, Financial Crimes Enforcement Network
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Washington DC Metro Area, DC, US
Applicants who reside in the Washington DC commuting area who are: permanent Federal competitive service employees, former Federal employees with reinstatement eligibility, or Federal employees in Excepted Service positions covered by an Interchange Agreement; and individuals eligible under CTAP/ICTAP; preference eligible veterans or veterans separated from the armed forces under honorable conditions after 3 or more years of continuous service (VEOA); and 30% Disabled Vets.
Become part of the team that safeguards the financial system from the abuses of financial crime. At the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN), we are at the forefront in preventing and detecting terrorist financing, money laundering, and other financial crime. Serve at the nation's financial intelligence unit and protect the United States financial system from criminals and terrorist financiers.
The Chief of the Money Services Businesses Section heads a major component within the U.S. Department of Treasury’s FinCEN. This position is located in the Enforcement Division, Office of Compliance and Enforcement of FinCEN. The Enforcement Division is the primary action arm of FinCEN, responsible for enforcing compliance with the Bank Secrecy Act (BSA) through effective, proportionate, and dissuasive measures. The division handles a caseload of BSA civil regulatory matters that are initiated through referrals from examining agencies, as well as FinCEN’s own intelligence-driven targeting of high-priority criminal and national security threats. Each matter can involve a range of compliance and enforcement activities ranging from onsite examination to investigation, summonses of documents and witnesses, injunctions, and civil monetary penalties. The Enforcement Division is also responsible for implementing various statutory special measures enforced by FinCEN including Section 311 of the PATRIOT Act, which is designed to limit the exposure of the U.S. financial system to foreign jurisdictions, financial institutions, classes of transactions, and types of accounts of primary money laundering concern. Additionally, the division investigates unauthorized disclosures of BSA information for possible referral to the criminal authorities.
The incumbent serves as the Chief for the Money Services Businesses Section and is the first level supervisor for a sizable staff of investigators and compliance and enforcement specialists who implement programs, initiatives, and where appropriate compliance and enforcement actions designed to improve compliance with the provisions of the BSA and its amendments and related regulations.
- You must apply on-line. See the How to Apply Section.
- You must be a U.S. Citizen.
- Drug testing is a condition of employment; subject to random drug screening
- You are required to participate in Direct Deposit for salary payment.