Interim Financial Investigation Officers are required on a contract basis for approximately 12 months.
It is essential that you have current or recent POCC accreditation as a Financial Investigator and Confiscator, please provide details.
Existing security clearance is not a prerequisite, but will always help.
- Support and mentor newly recruited trainee financial investigators successfully through their accreditation process.
- Assist in building investigative capacity so every Criminal & Financial Investigation team has access to a local fully trained financial investigation resource.
- Assist in building investigative capabilities and capacities to enable financial investigators to fully utilise legislation to tackle the proceeds of organised immigration crime.
- Financial investigators will identify and recover the criminal finances, money movement and assets
- Assist in building investigative capabilities and capacities to enable the Department to exploit financial data and intelligence to support the evidence base needed to secure the prosecutions.
- Current or recent POCC accreditation as a Financial Investigator and Confiscator
- Experience of conducting financial investigations under the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 including, cash detention, confiscation, part 5 (civil recovery), listed assets and account freezing order investigations.
- Experience of taking these financial investigations through the associated Court hearings is also required.
- Experience of drafting summaries / statements in criminal and civil proceedings and attending Court to give evidence.
- Experience of analysing complex financial data and the presentation of such in an evidential format for Court and the completion and service of financial orders.
- Experience of applying the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 in criminal investigations.
- Mentoring/ training experience