SAIC is seeking a highly skilled law enforcement advisor to join our team to support of our contract with the US Justice Department’s International Criminal Investigative Training Assistance Program (ICITAP). ICITAP is an international law enforcement development agency with projects around the world.
ICITAP is initiating a multiple-year project designed to strengthen the capacity of the Somali Financial Reporting Center (FRC) to conduct professional, evidence-based counterterrorism law enforcement investigations and refer cases for prosecution within a rule-of-law framework.
Countering Terrorist Financing (CTF) Advisor will deliver training, mentoring,
and advisory services in line with international standards, in compliance with
Somali law, and in coordination with other technical assistance in place,
including the International Development Law Organization (IDLO). The CTF
Advisor will mentor financial investigators and prosecutors at the FRC and
leverage U.S. and international assistance to refer cases to Somalia’s criminal
justice system. Areas of emphasis include, but are not limited to, financial
disruption methodologies using financial tools, like goAML (Anti-Money Laundering System); financial investigator
training; and data and financial intelligence analysis.
Candidate will be expected to foster effective and productive working relationships with USG officials and with other U.S., international, and host country stakeholders
Education & Experience:
At least 10 years of experience as a terrorist finance investigator, preferably with the FBI or Department of Treasury.
Bachelor’s degree in a relevant field (financial forensics, financial accounting, forensic psychology, cybercrime etc.)
Ability to perform in a complex and austere environment.
Experience in developing terrorist related prosecutorial cases with an emphasis on the financial evidence and investigative techniques.
Experience preparing and delivering briefings and presentations to senior officials, prosecutors or foreign government officials.
Possess a thorough working knowledge of financial disruption, intelligence and investigative methodologies and tools.
Master’s degree in a relevant field
Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE), Certified Financial Forensic Accountant, or Certified Public Accountant
3+ years assigned to a Joint Terrorism Task Force (JTTF)
Assignment at or experience with the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) in investigative capacity
Experience training, advising or mentoring foreign government officials in counter terrorism or financial criminal organizations or investigative methodologies
Active SECRET or higher clearance