Position & Company Details
Job Type: Full-Time
Job Function: Senior Analyst, Due Diligence & Investigations
Job Location: District of Columbia

Position Summary 
TDI — strategic advisory and risk intelligence firm—is currently seeking a Senior Analyst to join our Due Diligence and Investigations (DD&I) practice in our Washington, D.C. office.  The DD&I practice is responsible for conducting sophisticated open-source and human intelligence investigations that directly inform our client’s most critical business decisions and help them mitigate, manage, or exploit risk by providing the best intelligence available. This is an ideal role for a candidate with 2-5 years of work experience with a demonstrated background or interest in international affairs, investigations, and experience in a consulting or similarly fast-paced professional services environment.  

The Senior Analyst will lead and directly support the production of client deliverables, to include due diligence, complex investigations, business risk intelligence, and market entry analyses.  The successful candidate is expected to comprehend complex issues, regions, and industries while conducting detailed investigative research and analysis to identify and understand regulatory risks.  As an essential member of the DD&I practice, the Senior Analyst will primarily be responsible for: 

Primary Responsibilities

  • Leading and supporting a diverse portfolio of investigative projects including but not limited to open source and public records due diligence, FCPA investigations, complex investigations, business intelligence, market entry research, etc. 
  • Producing high-quality narrative reports that address client needs and providing solutions based on research and analysis. 
  • Gathering and interpreting confidential human-source intelligence within a specified time frame and budget.  
  • Manage the production lifecycle, including the scope, schedule, profitability, and quality of projects from the time tasking is received until it is closed out.  
  • Process and store sensitive information in accordance with the Information Management System. Ensure those reporting to you process and store sensitive information, including PII, in accordance with IMS policies. Provide guidance when compliance standards are not being met. Alert Information Technology team and IT Manager when nonconformities are discovered.   

Required Skills and Knowledge

  • Excellent English-language writing, research, and analytical skills, including the ability to quickly and concisely summarize complex issues. 
  • Strong attention to detail. 
  • Exceptional Client focus and service mentality. 
  • Excellent time management skills and ability to manage multiple tasks simultaneously under tight deadlines. 
  • Strong interpersonal and project management skills. 
  • Ability to review and edit the work of others. 

Required Experience

  • At least 2-5 years of relevant professional experience.  Prior experience conducting due diligence research and investigations, or professional experience in emerging or frontier markets, is a plus. 
  • Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in international relations, political science, regional studies, business or related area of study. 
  • Experience or expertise in the area of OSINT or SOCMINT, digital forensics, or fraud preferable.  
  • Professional fluency in English required; professional proficiency in another language preferred with an emphasis on Portuguese, Spanish, Japanese, Arabic, or Chinese. 

Key TDI Values for this Role:

  • Client Focus: You are always available and responsive. You urgently address our clients’ needs. You take the approach of “first, do no harm” and take seriously our rule of not accruing risk to clients. You work tirelessly to build long-term, trusting relationships with our clients that place their needs and interests at the forefront. 
  • Impact: You accomplish amazing amounts of important work with a bias for action. You have an organized mind, are able to thrive in a chaotic environment, and achieve great results. You demonstrate consistently strong performance, so colleagues trust and can rely on you. 
  • Teamwork: You seek opportunities to assist colleagues and foster communication. You treat all members of the TDI team with respect and strive to support each other. You rally to help out team members to get quality work done on time and to client expectations. 

Please note interviews will be conducted via video conferencing or telephone.

About TDI

TDI is a strategic advisory and risk intelligence firm that helps multinational organizations more effectively manage commercial, regulatory, and reputational risk. We deliver a decisive information advantage to our clients through advisory services, due diligence and investigations, and a best-in-class analytics suite that dramatically increases efficiency and provides critical insights.  Founded in 1999, TDI’s unique blend of commercial, intelligence, and technology experience allows us to understand and evaluate people, assets, and transactions within their broader political and commercial context.

Global Insight. Actionable Intelligence.

TDI is committed to equal opportunity employment. Applicants receive consideration for employment without regard to gender, gender identity, race, religion, national origin, ethnicity, sexual orientation, marital status, veteran status, age, disability or any other legally protected basis, in accordance with applicable law.

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