The work of this position in either the Western or Eastern Hemisphere Offices of FinCEN’s Global Investigations Division (GID) involves supervising the development and implementation of strategies to identify the U.S. financial system’s exposure to money laundering and terrorist financing from foreign jurisdictions, financial institutions, and classes of transactions/accounts; and to execute FinCEN’s statutory authorities (311 special measures) to target and neutralize it.Learn more about this agency
Security Clearance: This position has been designated National Security Level IV, Special Sensitive and requires the incumbent to obtain and maintain eligibility for a Top Secret (TS) clearance with Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI) access. Applicant must meet and continue to adhere to the requirements of a Tier 5 level background investigation. Failure to successfully meet these requirements will be grounds for termination. Continued employment with FinCEN is contingent upon satisfactory completion of the Tier 5 level background investigation, the results of which fully meet the FinCEN's special employment criteria. All employees are subject to satisfactory completion of periodic reinvestigation and a continuing life style in conformity with applicable national and FinCEN directives. Any unfavorable information developed during an investigation or other official inquiry may result in termination of employment in accordance with established security policies and procedures.
As a Supervisory Investigative Analyst (Global), you will:
- Supervise staff investigating and taking action against foreign countries, foreign financial institutions, classes of transaction, or types of accounts that are of primary money laundering concern to the U.S. financial system, because they facilitate illicit financial activities such as those involving the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction, sanctions evasion, terrorism, transnational organized crime, and/or serious corruption.
- Direct the planning, development, and implementation of initiatives, strategies, and projects to target specific money laundering and terrorist financing concerns through investigations involving FinCEN’s special collections authorities (Demand Letters (12 U.S.C. § 1829b), Foreign Financial Agency regulations (31 U.S.C. § 5314), Geographic Targeting Orders (31 U.S.C. § 5326) and others, and executing special measures options under 31 U.S.C. § 5318A (Section 311 of the USA PATRIOT Act).
- Interface with officials of domestic and foreign regulatory bodies and officials representing the wide range of communities engaged in international anti-money laundering and counter terrorist financing standards.
- Determine the scope, reporting method, and reporting requirement to achieve strategic or tactical goals by considering the impact of the obligation on the public, obligation’s effect on illicit activity or public behavior, and the usability and dissemination of the data for strategic and tactical analysis.
Occasional travel - 1-5 nights per month
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