Manager within the Intelligence Analysis Section
Jobsplus Permit No. 869/2019
Closing Date: 16th April 2021
The Manager of the Intelligence Analysis Section is responsible with managing the Section’s operations including the prioritisation and analysis of suspicious transaction reports, the overseeing of strategic analysis, the exchange of information with the FIAU’s foreign counterparts as well as the sharing of information with domestic competent and supervisory authorities.
The selected candidate will be expected to manage the Section’s operations, oversee the Section’s effectiveness and efficiency, assist in strategic planning and decision making, and provide support during ad hoc projects. The chosen candidate will report to the Senior Manager of the Intelligence Analysis, Head of Intelligence Analysis, Deputy Director and/or Director. In fulfilling his/her responsibilities, the selected candidate will be expected to supervise staff, liaise with managerial staff and colleagues within the FIAU and be the main point of contact with other relevant bodies/authorities.
The Intelligence Analysis Manager will be expected to provide direction and leadership to the Intelligence Analysts of the Section, prioritise cases as well as other tasks and projects, assign and coordinate the analysis of cases, tasks and projects, review analytical reports, draw up standard operating procedures and ensure that these are adhered to, and represent the FIAU at international meetings and workshops. The Intelligence Analysis Manager may be requested to carry out any other work as directed by the Director, Deputy Director, Head and/or Senior Manager.
Applicants must be in possession of a University degree (MQF Level 6) in law, banking and finance, financial services, criminology, insurance, accounting or economics. Candidates in possession of a University degree in another subject will also be eligible for this post, provided that they have proven experience in an area that is relevant to this position.
The applicants should be highly proficient in the laws that govern the prevention of money laundering and financing of terrorism in Malta and the international standards and EU legislation in the area. Sound knowledge of the relevant EU Directives and related domestic legislation that govern financial and ancillary services would also be required, together with a high level of familiarity with the operations of the financial services sector.
The candidates should also have excellent analytical and report writing skills. Applicants should be able to show a track record of technical competence, efficiency, leadership, ethical responsibility, and diligence to qualify for this managerial position.
- A dynamic working environment;
- Excellent career prospects;
- An attractive remuneration package, excluding other staff benefits;
- Health and Life Insurance;
- Flexi Time;
- Team building events.