A Senior Forensic Accountant performs, but is not limited to, the following duties:
- Performs all of the duties of a Senior Financial Analyst/Investigator
- May supervise Senior Financial Analysts/Investigators and others
- Supports nationwide financial initiatives, including major cases, program initiatives, and financial initiatives that may affect agency financial operations such as audit readiness, A-123, etc.
- Monitors and analyzes the financial operations of region or district offices
- Assists districts by providing: (1) guidance relative to complex cases and complex financial transactions and assets; and (2) support for program initiatives
- Formulates administrative and technical procedures for accomplishing tasks
- Performs complex technical and factual research relative to financial and business transactions and assets
- Prepares and submits results of analyses/reviews in clear language with summary and detail, providing actionable information for executives
- Provides forensic audit and analyses of complex business organizations and transactions, including domestic and international
A Senior Forensic Accountant must meet the following qualifications:
- Four year undergraduate degree in accounting, finance or related field
- Ten years of direct experience related to forensic accounting or complex financial analyses in support of criminal prosecutions
- One or more related professional certifications such as Certified Public Accountant, Certified Internal Auditor, Certified Fraud Examiner, Certified Government Financial Manager, etc.
- Proficiency in using Microsoft Office; experience with complex databases and SQL desired
- Experience managing similar work and supervising subordinates may be preferred
- Demonstrated ability to: (a) prioritize and complete multiple complex projects under tight deadlines; (b) work with minimal supervision; (c) consistently deliver the highest level of quality work; and (d) communicate effectively
This position requires U.S. Citizenship and a 7 (or 10) year minimum background investigation.