Accredited Financial Investigator/Confiscator - Nottinghamshire
Accredited Financial Investigator/Confiscator
Our aim is to be the best force in the country and we want your help if you share our PROUD values. If this sounds like you we have a vacancy as a Financial Investigator within our Organised Crime Unit.
Main Purpose of Role
This is a challenging and exciting opportunity to be involved in the investigation of serious crime working as part of the Organised Crime command on sensitive, complex and difficult investigations using the full range of proactive and reactive financial investigative techniques.
Your role will be working as one of a team of experienced Accredited Financial Investigators, who conduct investigations into complex money laundering and organised criminality and supporting other departments across the organisation with criminal investigations and confiscation enquiries.
The post also involves the investigation of cash seized to deprive criminals of the proceeds of crime through civil law.
The ability to prioritise workload to meet tight deadlines is essential. Additionally you will have good experience in the use of computers and exceptional report writing skills. You will possess good communication and listening skills and be self-motivated to problem solve and achieve tasks effectively. You will provide tactical advice in the use of Financial Investigation techniques on a wide variety of investigations being conducted by teams and departments across the organisation.
You must be prepared to travel to other locations within the East Midlands region to conduct this role if required.
It is essential that applicants;
It is desirable those applicants:
Please note that you must obtain your line manager’s sign off if applying for an internal vacancy. This will need to be submitted on the MFSS Line Manager Awareness Document which is published at the bottom of the advert. Any applications submitted without the support document will not be progressed through the process. Completion of the Line Manager Awareness Document does not mean that release from your current role is supported. Should you be successful, a release date will be negotiated between the two departments.
Supporting information on application forms has a maximum of 2000 words. CV’s will also not be accepted.
Candidates currently at risk will be required to complete and attach the at risk pro-forma document.
For further information about the role please contact FI Steve Vigor on 0115 9670 999 ext 310 4358 or Stephen.email@example.com
All applicants will be subject to the Force Vetting Policy.
PROUD embodies everything we stand for as an organisation, for further detail on our PROUD values please click here.
Please can you attach a 2000-word Supporting Statement to your application on a Word document.
Important : The information and examples provided in the supporting statement is how applicants are marked/scored as to how their examples meet the essential and desirable criteria required for the role.
Please evidence your qualifications, experience, knowledge/skills/abilities and any special request for the role in not more than 2000 words.
You will need to give a full, clear, specific and demonstrate examples of how you meet the criteria. Please number your responses to make it clear which criteria you are evidencing.
It is the example you provide in the supporting statement that will determine if you are suitable for the role.