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Grade: All Grades
* 1.Knowledge of the BSA and implementing regulations, other regulations relating to the financial sector, the USA PATRIOT Act, and laws concerning money laundering and other financial crime.
Maximum length of 10000 characters.


* 2.Knowledge of FinCEN’s stakeholders, included financial institutions, BSA regulators, and law enforcement.
Maximum length of 10000 characters.


* 3.Knowledge of the international standard setting bodies for AML/CFT, Egmont, U.S. law enforcement agencies’ foreign attaché programs, and U.S. foreign technical assistance programs related to AML/CFT.
Maximum length of 10000 characters.


* 4.Experience relevant to managing programs for the systematic collection, analysis, and dissemination of information to assist law enforcement in combating money laundering, terrorist financing, and other financial crimes.
Maximum length of 10000 characters.


* 5.Experience relevant to designing and managing compliance, civil and/or criminal enforcement strategies with industry-wide, national, and/or international impact, including those related to national security.
Maximum length of 10000 characters.


* 6.Experience in representing an organization externally at a senior or executive level, with a wide range of counterparts (including, for example, in the executive and legislative branches of government, with law enforcement, with regulated industry, and/or with international counterparts), in presenting and defending recommendations and proposals, negotiating solutions to sensitive issues.
Maximum length of 10000 characters.


* 7.Knowledge of diversity and equal employment opportunity (EEO) practices and principles.
Maximum length of 10000 characters.






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