Deloitte CEI Analyst in Washington, District Of Columbia
Deloitte Government and Public Services (GPS) Advisory LLP advises clients on managing business controversy and conflict, executing deals, and maintaining regulatory compliance. We provide services to companies throughout their lifecycle from purchasing a company to investigating potential fraud.
We are seeking qualified candidates to join the GPS Advisory Investigations and Intelligence (I&I) practice.
The Commercially Enabled Intelligence (CEI) group within Deloitte GPS Advisory I&I consists of highly trained investigators and intelligence specialists with extensive experience in due diligence, litigation support, fraud, and other investigations.
Our team conducts all types of research and analysis in an attempt to fill in collection gaps on people, entities, and networks for our clients within the Intelligence Community (IC), federal law enforcement, and civilian agencies to provide in-depth insights and actionable intelligence into our adversaries' illicit actions, capabilities, and intentions.
Our clients take our analysis - which varies in form from finished intelligence products to visual network analysis - and use it to take a variety of actions such as network disruptions, economic sanctions, informing policymakers, and sharing with international partners. Team members use a variety of commercial data, open source and public records, social media, and visualization tools to uncover direct and circumstantial evidence and develop "targeting" packages. When applicable, team members fuse this information with client-specific data, including law enforcement sensitive (LES) and classified holdings. In addition to extensive research skills, our team members have international and regional subject matter expertise and conduct research and analysis in a variety of foreign languages.
Conduct intelligence research and analysis, utilizing classified research tools including criminal investigative tools and other client-owned databases, in support of Federal Investigations and prosecutions.
Seek to uncover direct and circumstantial evidence of fraud, as well as any prior financial, legal, regulatory or criminal problems, or links to organized crime.
Assist Federal clients by investigating opposing parties and their experts, and report relevant information to help clients make informed decisions.
Find facts relevant to claims and defenses.
Identify and locate witnesses.
Required Skills :
Bachelor's degree in International Studies, Political Science, Government Affairs, or relevant discipline.
Demonstrated ability to conduct investigative research using online databases, classified sources, and public record resources.
Ability to analyze and summarize documents and written materials in an organized report format (Word, i2, PPT).
Strong writing, with ability to create polished deliverables in various formats.
Ability to balance multiple client projects and other responsibilities.
Communicate effectively to all levels of engagement management.
Professional demeanor and strong communication skills, both written and oral.
Desired Skills :
Due diligence experience, including familiarity with civil and criminal litigation, SEC documents, and other public record documents.
Foreign language proficiency preferred: Spanish, Farsi, Russian, Mandarin, Dari, Arabic, Portuguese, Vietnamese.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability or protected veteran status, or any other legally protected basis, in accordance with applicable law.