The Financial Intelligence Centre (FIC) for South Africa is calling on suitable graduates to apply for its Monitoring and Analysis Graduate Programme for 2020.
The South African government’s Financial Intelligence Centre is the authority in the collection, analysis and distribution of financial intelligence. Its primary responsibility is to preserve the integrity of the South African financial system.
The FIC works to determine the proceeds of crime, fight the financing of terrorism and money laundering, and ensure compliance to the FIC Act, to name a few.
The Financial Intelligence Centre Monitoring and Analysis Graduate Programme
The FIC’s Monitoring and Analysis (MAA) Graduate Programme is a 24-month graduate programme where the successful candidates will sign up for a fixed-term contract. Working with the FIC’s Monitoring and Analysis team in Pretoria, Centurion, the incumbent will be performing the following roles:
Analysis and Profiling
- Conducting searches as per MAA’s request
- Assisting in data/information collection an consolidation
- Executing all requests in the most accurate and efficient manner.
- Know investigation plans and be able to comply with timelines and requests.
- Apply feedback and/or comments from team mates.
Click the link to view the Financial Intelligence Center Graduate Programme 2020 advert.
Who should apply?
Applicants who are able to satisfy the basic requirements listed below are eligible to apply:
- Must hold an Honour’s degree in the following fields of study:
- Forensic Accountancy
- Law Enforcement or Forensic Investigation
- Business Math and Informatics
- Must have good report writing skills
- Proficiency in computers and MS Office tools such as Excel and PowerPoint
- Knowledge in SAS is a definite plus
- Holds a valid SA driver’s license
- Has a good command of the English language
How do I apply?
Qualified applicants will need to create an account on the FIC’s recruitment page. Click here to get started with the application process
Deadline for submission of application is on 10 September 2019. Late, improperly filled out or incomplete submissions will be accepted.
For more information about the graduate programme contact the FIC directly by calling the FIC head office at +27 12 641 6000.