Financial Analyst (Public Trust Clearable)

Cloud Lake
Arlington, Virginia, United States
Competitive salary
16 Sep 2020
17 Sep 2020

Cloud Lake Technology, LLC an Akima Company, is an Alaska Native- owned Small Disadvantaged 8(a) business and a leading consulting firm, providing expertise and tailored solutions to meet our federal clients' emerging capability needs in strategy, operations, digital, and technology. Combining unmatched experience and specialized expertise across over dozen federal programs - underpinned by its our value-driven delivery model - Cloud Lake works at the intersection of business and technology to help our clients optimize their mission capabilities, create sustainable value for their service, and enhance customer and business experience for the organization and its stakeholders. Cloud Lake keeps Service in the core of its operation and it also underpins our hiring philosophy and practice; 45% of Cloud Lake's employee base consists of military service members enabled by our corporate-wide programs and initiatives to support our military men and women in and out of the uniform.

  • Provide investigative support to money laundering investigative team.
  • Prepare and analyze accounting data and reports.
  • Develop and produce reports and special data sheets for analysis relative to conducting financial/forfeiture analysis.
  • Prepare investigative financial charts (bank account links, wire transfer analysis).
  • Log and enter into databases pertinent information gleaned from financial analysis and investigative reports into databases.
  • Gather and analyze statistical data.
  • Utilize tools that aggregate data and facilitate analysis.
  • Provide analytical support and case assessments to DEA priority investigations as determined by OD management; support will include, but not be limited to: FinCEN inquiries, DEA internal database searches, open source database searches, and bank account analysis/processing of grand jury information.
  • Process and organize data (bank statements, financial reports) obtained by the field via the proper legal process in order to provide the field support for executing seizure warrant on said assets.
  • Maintaining detailed case documentation and electronic files of financial records and documentation gathered and of work products prepared related to the analysis of the financial records and documentation.
  • Document the results of their analysis in DEA reports and provide briefings to the investigative team on the conclusions.
  • Assist DEA SAs with case presentations to prosecutors on the results of their financial analysis.
  • Provides financial profiles of individuals and groups.
  • Utilizes various computer applications to review and interpret implications on a vast number and variety of financial transactions, and other corporate business, and financial processes, associations, and record-keeping systems.
  • Produces in-depth financial investigative reports and exhibits. Participates in subject and witness interviews, and testifies as an expert witness in criminal proceedings.
  • Provide expertise relevant to prosecution of financial crimes.
  • Provide expertise relevant to the forfeiture/seizure of assets (criminal/civil).
  • Provide asset forfeiture expertise, civil and criminal, to both DEA Headquarters and field components.
  • Review and assess active DEA money laundering investigations in order to identify trends, investigative cross-overs, and provide added oversight with regards to DEA's undercover money laundering activities.
  • Assisting special agents by conducting analyses of seized records to determine the amount of illegal proceeds subject to forfeiture, assets derived from illegal proceeds subject to forfeiture; and/or assets involved in money laundering that are subject to forfeiture.


Minimum Qualifications:
  • Bachelor's Degree in Finance/Accounting; OR
  • Minimum of two years' experience in law enforcement with specific experience in the field of conducting anti-money laundering investigations (issuing grand jury subpoenas, financial analysis, executing financial seizure warrants, correspondent banking, etc.); OR
  • Minimum of two years' experience working in the field of auditing, accounting, and/or finance in the private sector.
  • Ability to organize and conduct detailed examinations of information generated during complex criminal/civil investigations and information available through alternative sources, for the purpose of conducting financial analyses of personal/business assets of targeted organizations/individuals. Using information obtained as a result of the financial analysis prepares documentation for use by law enforcement personnel pursuing civil and criminal matters.
  • Possess strong oral and verbal communication.
  • Experienced in the areas of planning, conducting and participating in complex investigations in a specialized area of expertise such as prosecution, forfeiture, organized crime, drug, money laundering, or similar area of criminal activity.
  • Ability to learn investigative techniques including the use of commercial software programs (Access, Excel, Word, and PowerPoint) and other sources of information.

Theduties and responsibilities listed in this job description generally cover thenature and level of work being performed by individuals assigned to thisposition. This is not intended to be a complete list of all duties,responsibilities, and skills required. Subject to the terms of anapplicable collective bargaining agreement, the company management reserves theright to modify, add, or remove duties and to assign other duties as may benecessary. We wish to thank all applicants for their interest and effortin applying for the position; however, only candidates selected for interviewswill be contacted.

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