Financial Investigator in Newark, NJ at Diverse Staffing

Date Posted: 1/30/2018

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Job Description

Diverse Staffing is a leading provider of innovative employment solutions in strategic partnership with corporate clients throughout Indiana and the U.S. Through our corporate and government client partnerships, Diverse Staffing is able to help job seekers fulfill their career goals while providing businesses and organizations with employees who help them successfully carry out their plans and effectively manage their processes.

We are currently seeking a financial crimes investigator for an exciting contract opportunity with the US Attorney's office located in Newark, New Jersey.  The Financial Crimes Investigator will perform a variety of financial analysis and investigative services in support of the investigation and prosecution of securities fraud cases.  This position is paying $40.76 per hour.

Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Analyze publicly available materials, governmental databases, and other such sources to identify possible violations of federal securities and financial fraud statutes. Conduct preliminary investigations to confirm such violations. Utilize standard reference works, financial publications, reporting services, and credit agencies, to review data and transactions.
  • Review and analyze large volumes of trading data to identify possible violations of federal securities and financial fraud statutes.
  • Prepare reports and summarize the analysis and evaluations made on the progress of the investigation, and present conclusions and recommendations based on the findings of the Assistant U.S. Attorneys and/or supervisory AUSA.
  • Identify and develop human sources who may provide information regarding violations of federal securities laws and financial fraud statues and assist in the investigations of such offenses.
  • Assist in the investigation of cases being handled by Assistant United States Attorneys by identifying witnesses, helping create an investigative plan, drafting and serving subpoenas and other document requests and demands, analyzing documents, conducting interviews, producing well written interview reports, spreadsheets and other analysis, providing fact and expert testimony, and otherwise building proof necessary for successful criminal prosecutions.

Job Requirements

  • 4 Year Degree in Finance, Economics and/or Accounting, Certified Fraud Examiner (“C.F.E.”) and/or candidates possessing or having possessed securities licenses (e.g., Series 7, 63, 65, or 66) preferred
  • Experience in Securities needed
  • Advanced Microsoft Excel Skills
  • Experience with Microsoft Access databases, Relativity and/or Bloomberg
  • Knowledge and experience assisting in federal financial fraud investigations and trials, including familiarity with relevant federal financial fraud statutes, and ability to develop, analyze, and organize evidence for trial purposes.
  • Ability to communicate verbally and in writing, analyze relevant facts and documentary evidence, as needed.
  • Ability to develop source information and conduct witness interviews.
  • Knowledge of financial theory and principles and of the financial and management structure, operations and practices of corporate organizations and financial institutions.
  • Knowledge of the laws, regulations, and procedures governing residential mortgage backed securities. Basic knowledge of economics and accounting principles including Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) and Generally Accepted Auditing Standards (GAAS) to conduct financial statement audits. Must possess skills in analyzing and providing advisory services on business financial structures.

If interested, please send a cover letter and resume to Qualified candidates will be contacted by our recruiting team shortly.




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