Anti-Money Laundering/Transnational Crime Program Advisor

  • Job Tracking ID: 512454-623069
  • Job Location: Washington, DC
  • Job Level: Any
  • Level of Education: Any
  • Job Type: Full-Time/Regular
  • Date Updated: June 05, 2018
  • Years of Experience: Any
  • Starting Date: ASAP
  • Apply type: application



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Job Description:

***Pending AWARD***

 

Ian, Evan & Alexander Corporation (IEA) is in search of an Anti-Money Laundering/Transnational Crime Program Advisor to support the Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs (INL) is responsible for narcotics control assistance activities and international criminal justice issues for the US Department of State (DOS)in Washington, DC. The Advisor serves as an anti-money laundering/illicit finance advisor for the Crime Programs Division of the Anti-Crime Programs Office of INL and provides assistance in aspects of these programs. The Advisor’s work will principally focus on money laundering/illicit finance law enforcement training and technical assistance programs with international organizations, NGOs, and other law enforcement agencies, but will engage in each of the other aspects of the team’s work upon request.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Work as part of a small team responsible for managing the anti-money laundering/illicit finance program along with other transnational crime issues.
  • Provide support on the daily implementation of the program to include preparation of papers and correspondence concerning program issues, and providing general assistance with the program as directed.
  • Assist in overseeing project implementation; assist with the maintenance of funding and budgetary spreadsheets pertaining to task order and program management; and assist the Team Leader on drafting, reviewing and amending all types of project documents.
  • Provide knowledge and expertise in various aspects of money laundering and illicit finance policy issues and program activities.
  • Establish and maintain professional relationships with office and other INL colleagues, members of USG law enforcement agencies involved in programming, and USG personnel assigned to U.S. Embassies that are associated with particular implementation programs and policy processes.
  • Provide program guidance to federal law enforcement agencies on the administration of training and technical assistance programs.
  • Monitor the implementation and performance of projects being conducted by Federal law enforcement agencies and non-governmental organizations.
  • Draft a variety of technical, programmatic, funding, and informational memoranda and letters; assist in the preparation of responses to Congressional questions, press guidance, and interagency documents in accordance with Department policies and regulations.
  • Provide assistance with the coordination with law enforcement agencies, intra-agency meetings, other agencies, IOs, and NGOs, advising them of stated policy on program issues to include briefings, both written and oral, to senior officials on outcome of meetings.

Experience and Skills:

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

  • U.S. Citizenship.
  • MUST have a Secret security clearance.
  • Bachelor's from an accredited college or university in international law, international relations, political science, environmental policy, economics, history, law, statistics, or in the humanities.
  • Demonstrated three (3) to five (5) years’ experience in program management and monitoring and evaluation.
  • Demonstrated three (3) to five (5) years’ experience on money laundering and illicit finance issues.
  • Demonstrated experience working on or academic studies related to international affairs.
  • Demonstrated ability to operate independently, employing oversight over existing and future operations and procurements.
  • Demonstrated excellent oral and written English communication skills.
  • Demonstrated superior interpersonal skills.
  • Demonstrated proficiency in Microsoft Office applications.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS

  • Graduate Degree from an accredited college or university in a related field.
  • Demonstrated experience working or coordinating with other relevant U.S. government agencies (e.g., Departments of Justice and Treasury) engaged on money laundering and illicit finance issues and the federal law enforcement/criminal justice community.
  • Demonstrated prior experience with and knowledge of the State Department’s foreign assistance process, the structure and hierarchy of U.S. embassies, and State Department policies and processes.

Ian, Evan & Alexander Corporation (IEA) is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.