Compliance Support Senior Level

Individual must be an expert in the sanctions compliance effort, which if focused on U.S. Financial Institutions, drawing upon extensive experience in this specific area. This individual must be able to anticipate new requirements, make recommendations for action, and provide support and advice to less experienced contractor personnel. This individual shall advise the Treasury on methods and strategies to improve the team's efforts and to enhance the Sanctions Compliance program.

Compliance Analysts support the OFAC Division of Compliance Outreach and Implementation. Support may include, but is not limited to:

1) Assist in the research of sanctions violations and enhance enforcement

a. Analyze Comprehensive Iran Sanctions Accountability and Divestment Act of 2010 (CISADA)-findings submissions or apparent violations of OFAC administered sanctions programs. Research will involve following transactions processed via SWIFT/Telex, CHIPS/Fedwire/ACH and Check Clearing/Check collection processes and those supported by Letters of Credit and Guarantees.

b. Recommend new enforcement/evaluation methods or initiatives affecting the financial sector, predicting sanctions-related vulnerabilities within the industry, and reaction to sophisticated sanctions evasion techniques.

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