Financial Crimes and Asset Recovery Specialist

The Financial Crimes and Asset Recovery Specialist, IMPACS 11th EDF Project has responsibility to lead the activities under the Asset Recovery component of the IMPACSCARIFORUM Crime and Security Cooperation Programme. Specifically, he/she will provide technical oversight and lead the following activities which include; workshops and capacity building exercises aimed at establishing Asset Recovery Units (ARUs) and pursue regional cooperation to improve the prosecution, confiscation and seizure of the proceeds of crime in dismantling criminal networks.

The Financial Crimes and Asset Recovery Specialist, IMPACS 11th EDF Project will report to the Programme Coordinator, IMPACS on the day to day operations of the project. He/she will work closely with the Legal Advisor, IMPACS and 11th EDF Project Officer and will also liaise with other internal technical and project staff members of IMPACS where required. He/she has responsibility to prepare reports which will be submitted to the Programme Coordinator, IMPACS.

He/she will also work with external stakeholders such as financial crime experts, Ministries responsible for National Security and Law Enforcement, Legal Affairs, Directors of Financial Intelligence Units and other Departments with responsibility for financial crimes and asset recovery, as well as with civil society organisations and the private sector if required.


This position will be based at the Headquarters of CARICOM IMPACS, #19 Keate Street, Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago.

Start Date

The proposed start date is 1st June 2019.


The deadline for applications is 20 February 2019.

Read the entire Financial Crimes and Asset Recovery Specialist (PDF, 197 KB) vacancy notice.

Posted: 07/02/2019