Job Description OVERVIEW:
Selected candidate will be required to perform financial analysis on various transactions, to include bank accounts, mortgages, credit card, brokerage/investment accounts, etc. This position includes analytical duties in support of Personnel Security investigations and adjudications. Candidate must be able to conduct in-depth financial analysis and audits from a variety of sources and reporting on findings of government, commercial, and public records to identify business or individual assets and liabilities. Compile, analyze and reach conclusions based on application of authoritative guides including accounting standards, banking regulations, Executive Orders and various Director of Central Intelligence Directives (DCID/ICD). Candidate will be required to conduct interviews and prepare financial reports/summaries from those interviews. Perform inquiries using automated systems and provide technical expertise to support insider threat mitigation efforts. Review, update, and maintain security files. Attend/participate in various meetings and working groups for the Financial Disclosure Program; perform additional assignments/participate in discussions with the ODNI and other members of the Intelligence Community (IC), and the Federal Government. Liaise with members of the DoD, the IC, and appropriate law enforcement entities to keep abreast of current Counterintelligence (CI) issues and investigations as required and insofar as protocol permits. Coordinates with various IT professional to design, develop and sustainment activities to interpret and apply records management requirements.
EDUCATION Requirements: (Bachelor's Degree in related field preferred but not required depending on candidate’s total number of years' experience in relevant security fields.)
* Bachelors Degree + 11 years;
* No Degree + 14+ years
- (U) Effective interviewing skills
- (U) Excellent writing skills
- (U) Excellent customer service skills
- (U) Ability to effectively communicate orally
- (U) Conducts a variety of financial analysis on all types of transactions including bank accounts, mortgages, installment loans, credit card activities, tax payments, etc.
- (U) Conduct interviews of NGA personnel, spouse and/or dependents and prepare accurate financial reports and summaries from those interviews.
- (U) If significant issues develop during the investigation, the contractor shall notify the Branch Chief and/or lead immediately, prior to further investigative efforts. The Branch Chief reserves the right to require the Security Financial Analyst to initiate a personal interviews to resolve significant adverse information or inconsistencies. The Branch Chief also reserves the right to require the Security Financial Analyst to obtain a written statement from the subject, addressing the issue and any future intentions regarding the issue
- (U) Conducts in-depth financial analysis and audits from a variety of sources and reporting on findings of government, commercial, and public records to identify business or individual assets and liabilities
- (U) Compiles, analyzes and reaches conclusions based on application of authoritative guides including accounting standards, banking regulations, Executive Orders, and Director of Central Intelligence Directives (DCID);
o Executive Order 10450, Security Requirements for Government Employees
o Executive Order 12968, Access to Classified Information
o Executive Order 12958, Classified National Security Information
o Public Law 103-359, Title VIII, Counterintelligence and Security Enhancements Act of 1994
o Public Law 103-134,Debt Collection Improvement Act of 1996
o Executive Order 10865, Safeguarding Classified Information within Industry
o Executive Order 12333, United States Intelligence Activities
- (U) Performs analytical duties in support of security investigations, adjudications, and functions in order to determine trustworthiness of individuals with access to Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI)
- (U) Provide a full range of investigative, protective and other related services to assist the Security Financial Disclosure Branch in planning for, obtaining, implementing, maintaining, managing and refining the services, technologies, and processes required to assure appropriate security of NGA information, operations, facilities, and all employees
- (U) Provides information to management by assembling and summarizing data, prepare reports, analysis and recommendation to Branch Chief
- (U) Attend/participate in various meetings and working groups for the Financial Disclosure Program; perform additional assignments/ participate in discussions with the ODNI and other members of the Intelligence Community (IC), and the Federal Government
- (U) Coordinate with various IT professionals, design, develop, and sustainment activities to interpret and apply records management requirements to NGA systems and data and establish procedures for the identification, capture, and transfer of electronic records to records management for disposition
- (U) Updates job knowledge by participating in educational opportunities, reading professional publications and maintaining proficiency with program related external training required by Branch Chief
- (U) Proficient using software supporting e-mail, word processing, data entry, case management, e-Records, digitization, and others as required.
- (U) Liaise with members of the DoD, the IC, and appropriate law enforcement entities to keep abreast of current CI issues and investigations as required and insofar as protocol permits.
- (U) Perform inquiries using cyber or related automated investigative tools.
- (U) Provide technical expertise to support insider threat mitigation efforts.
- (U) Desired investigative experience; (i.e., personnel security, counterintelligence, or law enforcement) at the local, state, or federal level; local or state experience refers to individuals who have served in law enforcement positions, such as police detectives and parole/probation officers.
- (U) Update and maintain appropriate records (e.g. databases and hard copy) of security actions taken.
- (U) Perform review of security files of personnel security investigation actions and supporting documentation, file maintenance (including purging, imaging and archiving), data base entry, quality control of investigations, conduct National Agency Checks, as well as coordinate with DoD and IC security organizations.
- (U) Incorporate new requirement(s) or project(s) and develop a program for integration (e.g., requires research, coordination, benchmarking, planning/milestones and policy development).
- (U) The Security Financial Analyst shall obtain pertinent details, examples, and justification for comments made by sources or the subject, and shall not leave questions unanswered.
- (U) Safeguard all materials with Personally Identifiable Information (PII) in accordance with current policy, directives and procedures.
- (U) Licensing and/or certification in CPA, financial analysis or auditor, forensics or investigative analysis
- Individual must have a minimum of 11 years of experience in related field with particular emphasis on financial/security investigations and/or adjudications.
- In lieu of a degree, additional experience will be considered.
- Candidate must have a Top Secret/SCI level clearance with excellent written and verbal communication skills and be proficient with Microsoft Office software. Candidates will be subject to a Counterintelligence Polygraph (CI) examination.
- A strong background in the Banking/Financial and/or Adjudication industry; investigative experience; (i.e., personnel security, counterintelligence, or law enforcement) at the local, state, or federal levels
- completion of the ICD-704 Adjudications Cours
- Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE) Certification
- and strong interviewing skills