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Forensic Accounting and Financial Investigations Consultant

Posted on 26 June 2020

Arlington, VA  

Deloitte & Touche LLP’s dynamic Government and Public Services (GPS) Practice based in Washington D.C. and the surrounding Metropolitan area has opportunities for you to become part of their high-quality team that delivers innovative solutions to key GPS clients in forensic and dispute, audit and accounting, financial management, business process improvement, risk and compliance, security and privacy, IT governance and technology controls, finance and controls analysis and remediation, data quality services, and reporting services.

Investigations and litigations increasingly rely on collecting, preserving, and analyzing vast amounts of data to help tell the whole story. The key to managing such huge volumes is turning the array of data into meaningful information. To this end, our Regulatory and Legal Support Forensic professionals combine forensic accounting and investigative skills with advanced technology to assist clients and their legal counsel.

The job functions of the GPS Forensic Accounting and Financial Investigations Consultant will include the following:

Financial Investigation Activities:
• Participate in strategic planning sessions with financial investigative groups and task forces
• Assist GPS clients with conducting interviews during the course of the financial investigation
• Conduct analysis during the course of investigation support on financial transactions in order to accurately identify all parties involved in the criminal activity
• Conduct analysis and audit complex financial and business records to support Federal investigations and prosecutions
• Perform reviews on internet open resources for additional intelligence from the public sector and various reputable public intelligence sites
• Obtain raw criminal intelligence from various database resources and correlate the data, culminating in a full analysis of the information
• Input all researched and analyzed data into various professional products for statistical analysis data, intelligence summaries, and PowerPoint presentations for law enforcement use
• Use financial forensic skill sets to investigate and analyze all components of the financial infrastructure of syndicates, their methods of criminal money movements, and the professional money laundering infrastructure facilitating these movements
• Serve as a factual witness during federal prosecutions

• BS/BA in Accounting, Finance, or related area
• Accounting background
• Financial investigations experience
• Applicants should be eligible to obtain and maintain an active U.S. Government Security Clearance
• Experience mining and analyzing transactional electronic data
• Competency with two or more of the following strengths: Microsoft SQL Server, Microsoft Access, Microsoft Visual Basic, Oracle, OLAP tools, SQL, SQL+, SQR, and PL\SQL
• Hands-on experience with commercially-available Anti-Money Laundering transaction monitoring systems such as Mantas, SAS, Norkom, and NetEconomy

In addition, an ideal candidate will also possess one or more of the following:
• Audit experience
• Law enforcement experience
• Anti-money laundering and/or illicit financial activity investigations experience
• Prior employment with a financial institution or in a Federal environment
• Experience in a professional services or consulting firm
• Proficiency with Microsoft Excel, Word, and PowerPoint
• Professional demeanor and strong communication skills, both written and oral
• Must be flexible with the potential travel requirements of client service projects

To apply, please visit Careers at Deloitte via: and search by key word and/or location to view available positions.