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Financial Analyst

  • 401K, Dental, Life, Medical, Vision

  • 10 days PTO

  • Paid Holidays

  • Flexible work environment with competitive benefits

  • Unique culture that values collaboration

  • Team of professionals driven by a sense of excellence, integrity, commitment to lifelong learning,
    respect for one another, adaptability, and making a difference.

Job Type



Full-time Onsite


Multiple Sites: 

Atlanta, GA 30303 | Pleasanton, CA 94566

Washington, DC 20001 | Arlington, VA 22202

Lorton, VA 22079 | Sterling, VA 20166

Baltimore, MD 21202 | Largo, MD 20774

Essential Responsibilities
  • Provide investigative support to the money laundering investigative team.

  • Prepare and interpret accounting data and reports.

  • Coordinate and conduct seminars with the ability to interpret data into logical format.

  • Perform financial research and analysis to formulate policy.

  • Develop and produce computer-generated 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 information databases pertinent information gleaned from financial analysis and investigative reports into databases.

  • Gather and prepare statistical data.

  • Utilize tools that aggregate data and facilitate analysis.

  • Provide analytical support and case assessments to agency priority investigations as determined by management.

  • 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 reports and provide briefings to the investigative team on the conclusions.

  • Utilize 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.

  • Process funding obligations and de-obligations of unused funds for agency contracts.

  • Prepare and review requisitions for the purchase of agency goods and/or services.

  • Review and audit vendor payments to ensure the availability of funding.

Required Background, Education, and Skills
  • U.S. Citizen

  • Pre-employment background and credit check

  • Ability to obtain Public Trust Clearance

  • Prior experience with a federal agency is preferred, but not required

  • Bachelor’s degree in finance/accounting or relevant field

  • 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.

  • Strong oral and written communication skills. Briefing skills are preferred.

  • Experience 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 areas of criminal activity.

  • The Contract Employee shall be able to learn investigative techniques including the use of Microsoft Office Suite programs (Access, Excel, Word, and PowerPoint) and other sources of information such as Scan Writer.

  • Preferred experience/proficiency with cryptocurrency tracing and understanding of blockchain technologies.

  • Strong problem-solving and critical thinking skills.

  • Strong attention to detail.

  • Ability to prioritize and multitask.

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