Job Overview


About the Agency

Are you interested in a rewarding and challenging career? Join the Civil Division, Commercial Litigation Branch, Civil Frauds Section.  The Civil Frauds Section is responsible for recovering hundreds of millions of dollars each year from individuals and corporations who have defrauded the government through federal contracts, Medicare and other federal health insurance programs, subsidies, grants, and loans wherever the government's money is at stake.  

The Civil Division of the United States, Department of Justice is seeking a qualified, experienced Financial Analyst for a Permanent Appointment.  The Financial Analyst will be expected to conduct financial studies, financial investigations and analyses of highly complex financial matters involving Fortune 100 Corporations for the Civil Fraud Section with minimal supervision.  Candidates must possess the following: Experience with fortune 100 corporations forecasting their viability and their ability to pay settlements/judgments. 


·       Prepares detailed analyses with respect to the full range of corporate and financial matters which arise during investigations, litigation, or regulatory proceedings. 

      Provides analyses and advice to trial staff and management with respect to the ability of a defendant to pay a settlement or judgement. 

·       Prepares detailed analyses of the financial status of companies to assist attorneys in settlement or trial, and is available to appear as an expert witness.     

·       Conducts interviews with financial and management personnel, as well as certified public accountants and commercial and investment bankers. 

·       At all stages of the financial analyses, incumbent is expected to recognize the significance of findings and to recommend appropriate courses of action.

Travel Required

  • Occasional Travel
  • Less than 25% of time

Relocation Authorized

  • No