Job Description

Experience Level: Experienced Hire


  • Sales & Marketing


  • 7 World Trade Center, 250 Greenwich Street, New York, New York, 10007, US

At Moody's, we unite the brightest minds to turn today’s risks into tomorrow’s opportunities. We do this by striving to create an inclusive environment where everyone feels welcome to be who they are-with the freedom to exchange ideas, think innovatively, and listen to each other and customers in meaningful ways. 

If you are excited about this opportunity but do not meet every single requirement, please apply! You still may be a great fit for this role or other open roles. We are seeking candidates who model our values: invest in every relationship, lead with curiosity, champion diverse perspectives, turn inputs into actions, and uphold trust through integrity. 

Role/Responsibilities :

The Global Industry Practice Group is comprised of practitioners, former regulators, and subject matter experts specializing in risk lifecycle and strategies, insurance risk solutions, AML / financial crime compliance and third-party due diligence, ESG, portfolio optimization strategies, stress testing, transfer pricing, credit analytics, commercial real estate and data solutions.

The Americas Government Intelligence and Investigations Lead is a subject matter expert role within the Global Industry Practice Group empowering US and Canada government clients to utilize solutions that assist with more efficient investigation or intelligence gathering in the area of Law Enforcement, Criminal Intelligence, National Security or Defense.

The Intelligence and Investigations Lead is responsible for establishing credibility and confidence in Moody's’ products and solutions with prospective clients. Specifically, the Intelligence and Investigations Lead will facilitate solution architecture to address our customers use cases based on Moody’s existing, future and acquired solutions; they will collaborate in the creation of new product offering, its value proposition and architecture, and facilitate market feedback; and importantly, play a critical role in helping define and articulate the growth strategy for Moody’s in the Government customer segment.

The Intelligence and Investigations Lead will have an in-depth understanding of the Government life cycle - including firsthand experience or mastery of one or many of topics such as Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Visual Analytics, AML, Organized Crime, Financial Crime, Anti-Corruption and Anti-Terrorism.

The Intelligence and Investigations Lead will be responsible for mapping Moody’s solution offerings to the Government Intelligence Segment challenges and initiatives, as well as collaborating with internal stakeholders such as product, research, advisory, and customer success teams to align Moody’s solutions to market challenges.

Key requirement for a successful Intelligence and Investigations Lead is ability to communicate complex concepts effectively, to interact confidently with senior government executives and industry experts and demonstrate strong people and persuasion skills. Intelligence and Investigations Leads are expected to help build and maintain strong relationships with clients by identifying gaps and recommending solutions leveraging market and technical knowledge.

Specifically, there are four areas of activities the sub-segment Lead will be engaged in:

  • Driving sales and customer engagement: design market outreach strategy (with sales, marketing and product management teams); serve as a trusted advisor to customers; proactively work with prospective clients through the sales process, providing technical assistance and guidance as required; respond to functional and technical queries of RFIs and RFPs; qualify and lead the Proof of Concept (POC) process in the sales cycle.
  • Industry engagement & thought leadership: develop and maintain industry stakeholder relationships; speak at industry events; publish thought leadership; maintain social media engagement.
  • Market feedback for product development: translate emerging market themes and regulatory requirements into product requirements to future proof our solutions; identify valuable white space; build business case for product development and improvement.
  • Internal education: conduct training sessions on customer use cases, our solution set and emerging trends; serve as an informal coach and expert to product consultants, sales professionals and customer success teams.


  • 10+ years of experience as a criminal investigator, intelligence analyst, or similar with a military branch and/or a federal, state, or local law enforcement agency
  • Bachelor’s Degree required. Advanced degree in Data Science or exposure to Open-source intelligence (OSINT) methods and techniques as part of academic curriculum a plus
  • Subject matter expertise in any of the following areas: counter threat finance, sanctions compliance / evasion, counterterrorism, counterintelligence, tax evasion, anti-money laundering, drug trafficking, transnational organized crime, cybercrime
  • Thorough understanding of current US threat landscape, national security priorities & strategies
  • Experience in managing complex law enforcement investigations and/or producing analytical packages resulting in enforcement actions/criminal proceedings
  • Experience working with: DoD, IC, DHS, DOJ, TREAS, or other relevant departments/agencies
  • Involvement with industry associations focused on OSINT, homeland security, law enforcement
  • Excellent verbal, written and presentation skills
  • Travel within region required (up to 50%)

Annual base salary gross: $192,500.00 to $308,100.00. Applicable to Lithuania candidates: The base salary range represents the low and high end of the Moody’s salary range for this position. Actual salaries will vary and will be based on various factors, such as candidate’s qualifications, skills, and competencies. The salary is one component of Moody’s total compensation package for employees. Other rewards and benefits include the following: Medical, Personal Accident, Life Insurance and Time Off.

Moody’s is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender expression, gender identity or any other characteristic protected by law.

Candidates for Moody's Corporation may be asked to disclose securities holdings pursuant to Moody’s Policy for Securities Trading and the requirements of the position. Employment is contingent upon compliance with the Policy, including remediation of positions in those holdings as necessary.

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