Kingston and St. Andrew
09 Oct 2018
26 Oct 2018
Job role
INVESTIGATOR About the FSC: The Financial Services Commission (FSC) is an integrated Financial Services regulator. Our mission is to regulate and supervise the Securities, Insurance and Private Pensions industries for the protection of their users thereby enhancing public confidence through the efforts of a competent workforce. We are seeking individuals who are self-directed, results-oriented, and have a passion for providing excellent service. The FSC has an immediate opening for the position of Investigator . Position Summary : Reporting to the Senior Investigator, the Investigator is responsible for participating in the delivery of an investigation program to determine the existence of non-compliance with the Acts and policies which regulate institutions and individuals within Jamaica's financial industry. The incumbent investigates and recommends enforcement actions in accordance with the legislation administered by the FSC in order to ensure public confidence, stability and growth in the financial services sector ofJamaica. Key Responsibilities : Determines whether a breach of statute or the FSC Act has occurred and gather sufficient evidence to make recommendations to the Chief Investigator. Examines and assesses documentation seized to determine evidentiary value. Conducts interviews in accordance with legal standards to ensure that information received is admissible as legal evidence. Ensure proper record keeping of all interviews and documentation for each investigation. Recommends and implement enforcement actions such as cancellation of licenses etc. Provides briefs to be used by Counsel in conducting trials and hearings and is required to give evidence upon request. To ensure that all administrative requirements of the FSC's various programs are met. To assess and identify situations which warrants criminal or civil action and those which warrant hearing and or other follow-up action. Recommends to the Chief Investigator changes in programs or legislative changes resulting from determined weaknesses during investigations. Education, Knowledge and Skills : A Bachelor's Degree or equivalent professional qualification in Business Administration, Finance, Law, Accounting or related field Relevant industry experience at a supervisroy level Examination procedures by external auditors, internal auditors and the FSC analysts Expert understanding of investigative procedures and criminal proceedings Working knowledge of the relevant Acts relating to the industries regulated and supervised by the FSC Sound judgement, initiative and flexibility in formulating immediate responses to difficult investigative proceedings relating to regulated industries. Application deadline: October 26, 2018 While we thank all persons for their interest, only short-listed applicants will be contacted