Your new job in Economic Crime

Have you thought about a career in Guernsey? The States of Guernsey are looking for qualified, competent and experienced Financial Investigators.

We are looking to recruit

• Cyber Investigators • Asset Recovery Investigators

The Economic Crime Division, (ECD) of Bailiwick Law Enforcement has primary responsibility for the investigation of serious or complex financial crime.

Why Guernsey? ADVERT TO COME

The ECD assists in Mutual Legal Assistant requests received by the Law Officers of the Crown as the competent authority, to identify and, where relevant subsequently investigate criminality within the Bailiwick and securing evidence of criminal offences in other jurisdictions.

The Bailiwick of Guernsey is a renowned International Finance Centre and the financial sector accounts for almost 40% of Guernsey’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP). Safeguarding the integrity of the sector is vital to the Bailiwick’s reputation and continued prosperity. We are looking for qualified and experienced Financial Investigators to join the Economic Crime Division of Guernsey Law Enforcement responsible for the investigation and prosecution of economic crime.

We are looking for individuals who are self-motivated and well organised whilst demonstrating a high level of integrity. Good communication, team working and analytical skills are essential. Applicants must be suitably qualified and have the necessary experience in leading and undertaking serious and complex money laundering cases and criminal or civil financial investigations.

Home to just 65,000 people, Guernsey is situated just off the coast of France, where you can enjoy the benefits of island-life whilst getting the opportunity to work in a fast-paced, well respected jurisdiction.

Naturally beautiful, with some of the cleanest beaches in the British Isles, cliff walks and stunning rural landscapes all contribute to a quality of life that is second to none.

Add to this one of Europe’s most beautiful and historic harbour towns and almost as many restaurants, cafes and bars as there are days in the year, and you’ve got an island ready and waiting to be explored.

Beaches are in easy reach for most in a lunch hour, with an average commute time to work of around just 20 minutes - it’s easy to see why so many people are keen to make Guernsey their home. In recent months, Guernsey’s amazing community spirit has been highlighted around the world for its handling of the COVID-19 pandemic. Currently, we don’t have to social distance or wear masks, we are free to meet in unlimited numbers. There are restrictions at our borders that allow us the freedoms we currently have in place.

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States of Guernsey


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