Supporting the Most Exciting and Meaningful Missions in the World Forensic Accountant Level II * Must possess in-depth knowledge of procedures and techniques as generally prescribed under American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) disciplines
* Solve complex problems independently by following accounting procedures and have experience in evaluating controls associated with complex business processes
* Knowledge of current and anticipated banking anti-money laundering regulations and practices
* Experience conducting analysis of complex financial and business records to support Federal investigations and prosecutions by using criminal investigative tools and other client-owned databases
* Demonstrate applied knowledge to 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
* Provides for forensic accounting investigations of complex financial and business records to support Federal investigations and prosecutions.
* Use financial forensic skill sets to investigate and analyze all components of the financial infrastructure of MLOs, DTOs, and TCOs syndicates, their methods of criminal money movements, and the professional money laundering infrastructure facilitating these movements.
* Participate in strategic planning sessions with financial investigative groups and task forces.
* Assist Treasury and the DHS with conducting interviews during the course of the financial investigation.
* Conduct analysis during the course of investigation support on financial transactions in order to accurately identify all parties involved in the criminal activity.
* Conduct analysis and audit complex financial and business records to support Federal investigations and prosecutions.
* Obtain raw criminal intelligence from various database resources and correlate the data, culminating in a full analysis of the information.
* Input all researched and analyzed data into various professional products for statistical analysis data, intelligence summaries, and power point presentations for law enforcement use.
* May serve as a factual witness during Federal prosecutions Requirements: * Familiarity such tools and databases include the following, but are not exclusive to: FIS (Financial Investigation Software); FALCON (Palantir technology platform that provides HSI agents and analysts with a key investigative resource); Data Analysis & Research for Trade Transparency System (DARTTS - DHS system that supports HSI investigations of trade-based money laundering, contraband smuggling, and trade fraud); Bank Secrecy Act (BSA) data; Asset Forfeiture Tracking and Retrieval System (AFTRAK -IRS-CI owned asset forfeiture data and tracking system); Seized Assets and Case Tracking System (SEACATS - DHS owned asset forfeiture data system); and TECS (DHS owned system used by officers at the border to assist with screening and determinations regarding admissibility of arriving persons, to include Suspicious Activity Report (SAR) data.
* 4-7 years of experience of accounting, auditing and/or fraud examination experience
* B.S. or B.A. in Business Administration with concentration on Accounting and/or B.S. or B.A. in Accounting Clearance level: * A final, favorable Tier 4/BI investigation
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