At Themis, we pride ourselves on being an equal opportunities employer.
We are always on the look out for talented, passionate individuals to join our growing team. If you are interested one of the below roles, please submit a CV and covering letter to [email protected].
We are looking for a seasoned financial crime training specialist to run training programmes for Themis clients in the UAE and broader GCC region. This is a fantastic opportunity for an expert who is looking for a managerial position in a high-growth firm that believes fundamentally in doing training differently. We are the antithesis of an e-learning provider: our courses are highly interactive, multimedia-rich, data-driven, case study focused and uniquely sector-specific. If this sounds exciting to you, and if you are motivated by working for a purpose-driven organisation with a team of talented self-starters, then we would love to hear from you.
You would be responsible for the end-to-end creation and delivery of courses covering a range of financial crime typologies, including anti-money laundering (AML), anti-bribery and corruption (ABC), sanctions and fraud. This would include both digital training modules and classroom-based learning, for clients across financial institutions, DNFBPs and the public sector.
There would also be a strong element of relationship-building and business development to your role, as you would be expected to and supported in acquiring new Themis training clients and partners in the MENA region.
We are looking for an experienced Agile Software Business Analyst to join our growing team and help shape and enhance the Themis Technology platform. Successful candidates will have a minimum of five years’ recent experience in designing and developing cloud scale solutions that drive value to our end users.
You will work closely with the CTO and Product Manager as an active member of the development team, working on all aspects of the business analysis process. You will collaborate closely with all team members throughout the software process to ensure a clear and efficient definition of requirements, user stories, solution designs and function as a conduit between the developers and our business stakeholders and customers.
You will be self-motivated, highly analytical, have strong written and communication skills, always wanting to learn, a team player and be able to manage change in your stride and be seen by the rest of the team and the wider organisation as the go to person for translating new requirements into running software.
As a member of our team, you will relish working in:
We are looking for an experienced Angular Front-end software developer to join our growing team and help shape and enhance the Themis Technology platform. Successful candidates will have a minimum of five years’ recent experience in designing and developing cloud scale solutions that drive the user experience and deliver visual value to our end users.
You will work closely with the CTO as an active member of the development team, working on all aspects of frontend development.
You will work closely in alignment with the other team members to ensure a clear but efficient separation of concerns across the platform tiers and assist the Product Team to efficiently translate UX requirements, storyboards, wireframes etc to running code and be involved in the full lifecycle from design, development, through to delivery using agile methods.
As a Front-End Developer, your skills will go way beyond that of web coding, you will be analytical and want to create the best user experience possible by exploring many different approaches to solve end-users’ problems in alignment with the Product team. You will be skilled in all the current web development tools and have strong experience in Angular development.
You will be self-motivated, always wanting to learn, a team player and be able to manage change in your stride and be seen by the rest of the team and the organisation as the go to person for user experience.
In addition to development of the Themis search platform, you may also work with marketing and actively support the development of our main web sites and other customer facing materials. In so doing, ensuring our brand values pervade all our visual assets. As a member of our team, you will relish working in:
We are looking for a Customer Success Manager to join our growing Customer Success team and be a strategic and supportive partner at every stage of the customer journey, to build long term relationships between Themis and our customers.
This job would ideally suit a person who has previously worked as a KYC/AML analyst or who has worked in a compliance related role, that is looking for a new challenge working for an exciting company with lots of growth opportunities. Experience in any kind of financial crime related role would be advantageous.
Our customer success team monitors customer usage of the system and wider engagement with Themis (across all products and services) and managing these to ensure deep, long lasting, trusted relationships. The customer success team are responsible for our customer KPIs (including net promoter scores, longevity, cross selling and repeat orders).
You will be self-motivated, always wanting to learn, a team player and be able to manage change in your stride. In addition to working within the Innovation team, the Customer Success Manager will work closely with our Marketing & Sales teams as well as our Product, Insight and Intelligence teams. Overall as a member of the Customer Success team you will have:
We are looking for an Investigations Analyst to join our growing team and help deliver Themis’ intelligence product, identifying financial crime risks and preventing our clients from being exposed to them.
Successful candidates will have recent experience of conducting investigations, understanding how to gather open source and human source intelligence and deliver this insight into accurate and readable reports.
In recent months our projects have spanned investigations from Guatemala to Thailand and therefore our emphasis is not on sector specific expertise but a creative approach to problem solving. The successful applicant will have a genuine interest in gathering open source intelligence and sharing this expertise with the wider team.
In addition to working within the Investigations team, the Investigations Analyst will also have the opportunity to provide thought leadership content to Themis’ Insight team, including the Themis newsletter and financial crime podcasts. Overall as a member of the Investigations team you will have:
We are looking for a motivated and detail oriented Sales Support Administrator to join our enthusiastic and busy sales team. You will be responsible for supporting with day to day sales administration duties to ensure sales targets and business goals are met. Experience using CRM Software is essential, HubSpot is preferable.
This role requires high levels of communication, great attention to detail and the ability to build relationships with clients as well as the sales team. A good level of IT skill is essential, previous admin experience within a sales team is highly desirable.
You will need to be confident in your abilities, with a can-do attitude, excellent organisational skills, have the ability to work off your own initiative and most importantly be a team player.
Themis aims to reduce the impact of financial crime through its day-to-day business, increasing awareness, improving capabilities and driving long term cultural change across the private and public sectors.
We are a purpose-driven business and will work to meet the highest standards of verified social and business performance, public transparency, and legal accountability to balance profit and purpose.
We are looking for a Financial Crime Researcher to help us build our Special Interest List (SIL), which is our database of convicted companies and individuals. Our SIL makes it easier for our clients to identify companies and individuals with direct or indirect links to financial crime and therefore makes it harder for criminals to prosper from illicit activities.
As a Business Development Representative (BDM) for the Themis Innovation (technology) arm of the business, selling into the GCC region, you will be responsible for generating new business ARR across the verticals and regions as defined by the Head of Business Development MENA. Our TAM is extensive and includes Financial Services, Industrials, Gaming and Real Estate, to name a few, giving a BDM a clear pathway to success in growing their territory, using their extensive sales experience and Financial Crime industry knowledge.
We are looking for Financial Crime analysts to join our growing team. Successful candidates will have a keen interest in learning about financial crime, compliance & reg tech and delivering solutions to Themis’ clients and driving sales with those customers.
You will work closely with the Director, KYC, as well as other members of the Marketing & Sales team, and product developers to ensure that we deliver high quality service and after-sales service to our clients.
The buzzword ‘financial crime’ is popping up everywhere - on LinkedIn, in the news and even on Netflix documentaries! But a lot of people have been asking how to really define financial crime? What is financial crime? And what are the legal job roles that can be associated with fighting the phenomena?
Financial crime, as outlined on our definitions page, and in line with the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA)’s guidelines, is “any kind of criminal conduct related to money, financial services or markets, that may involve fraud, misuse of information, handling the proceeds of crime or the financing of terrorism
The wide scope of financial crime means that there are a variety of rich and rewarding roles in the industry, from researching niche areas such as trade finance and illicit financial flows, to deep diving open source information and defending your findings in reports to clients.
You can help on a personal level, supporting individuals against fraud by contributing to learning modules on contemporary issues all the way up to supporting firms to comply with Anti-Money Laundering regulations and making recommendations to fill the gaps in their existing efforts.
If you haven’t already heard of due diligence, this is certainly a keyword to add to your toolkit too, no matter what role you’re thinking of applying for. Client due diligence (CDD) and enhanced due diligence (EDD) are crucial procedures any company must undertake, whether it’s to check clients, investors or even potential lovers. By researching the history of the individual, you can create a full picture of who they are, where their wealth came from and if there are any red flags to be concerned about.
If you’re wondering how to get into financial crime - fighting it, not committing it - the following pointers may help:
Look into the entry level job descriptions.
Make sure you understand what the role entails and that you’re interested in it.
Check out qualifications and courses you can do to help you stand out and show your commitment! The International Compliance Association (ICA) does great courses for all levels of experience.
Research! Found a role you’re interested in? Why not type “What is a financial crime investigator” into Google and find real world examples of the role.
Most importantly - find a company you like the look of. Keep an eye out for their job openings and apply.
Remember, if we don’t have an opening listed but you’re interested in working for Themis and joining our mission to crack down against financial crime, why not send us an email with your CV, outlining why you’d like to join and what you think you can bring to the team?
All of our employees exhibit a variety of academic backgrounds and experience which help to bring together a team of deep-diving, tech savvy financial crime professionals. Are you ready to join them?