Candidates should generally have most, if not all, of the following skills and abilities:
Experience researching and analyzing financial and other data in support of OFAC sanctions programs.
Experience with collecting, analyzing, and interpreting qualitative and quantitative data from multiple sources.
Experience in investigating activity linked to sanctions, money laundering, terrorism, and other financial crimes.
Subject matter expertise in reviewing, identifying, and verifying individuals, ownership structures, and networks.
Understanding of the process for investigations of possible violations of the sanctions programs administered by OFAC
Experience providing expert insight into macroeconomic issues, foreign policy, and financial transactions impacting the implementation of financial sanctions.
Experience with structured data, commercial data, open-source research and analysis. Experience with tools such as: BSA data, Commercial databases (Lexis, CLEAR, Sayari, etc.), cyber tools and Python/SAS.
Be professional and prepared for interactions.
Demonstrate a thorough understanding of key investigations data elements of various types of case research.
Deliver timely products while working on multiple projects simultaneously.
Create/follow SOP's and create high quality products.