A Supervisor Forfeiture Financial Specialist executes the following duties:
- Directs and supervises the work of Forfeiture Financial Specialists (FFS); monitors work and reports on progress.
- Performs certain liaison functions with headquarters and Finance regarding nationwide financial issues that affect district Asset Forfeiture financial operations.
- Monitors and analyzes the financial operations of assigned districts (See Forfeiture Financial Specialist for details).
- Ensures that work meets contract and Government requirement and is delivered on time.
- Formulates administrative and technical procedures for accomplishing the tasks.
- Performs complex technical and factual research; provides sound recommendations to headquarters management.
- Provides advice and assistance with the development and implementation of the financial training curriculum.
- Works with headquarters and district management to formalize relationships and integrate FFS staff and functions into the districts.
A Supervisor Forfeiture Financial Specialist must meet the following qualifications:
- Four-year undergraduate diploma.
- Ten years of direct experience related to accounting, finance or asset management (5 years of direct asset forfeiture experience is highly preferred).
- Supervisory experience.
- Experience in Government accounting systems and proficiency in using spreadsheet and word processing software.
- Demonstrated ability to: (a) prioritize and complete multiple complex projects under tight deadlines; (b) work with minimal supervision; and (c) consistently deliver the highest level of quality work.
- USMS Asset Forfeiture work experience desirable.
This position requires U.S. Citizenship and a 7 (or 10) year minimum background investigation.