Careers

At Raedas we offer opportunities to ambitious candidates seeking a rigorous but rewarding working environment.

We prize experience in the investigative sector; however a background in law, financial journalism, intelligence, public relations and other complementary fields is also valued. Linguistic capability is a strong advantage and we prioritise candidates with fluency in Russian, Arabic, Spanish and French. A genuine interest in business, politics and law is essential.

Our investigators act for an international client base and work on ground-breaking cases. More than is possible at other investigations firms, they collaborate closely with the firm’s principals, interact with clients and are engaged at all stages of the case process. We encourage all staff to develop individual practices and reputations in the field.

We are actively seeking candidates for the following roles:

Senior Case Manager

Candidates will have a minimum of five years’ investigative experience.

Ideal candidates will have acted in a range of litigation support matters across the globe. Experience in asset tracing and recovery and evidence gathering is essential. Experience in Russia is an advantage.

Your responsibilities will include: case preparation and administration; oversight of internal teams in rigorous research of public record resources; coordination of external resources; international field research including witness interviews; drafting, editing and reviewing client deliverables; presentation of findings to internal stakeholders and clients; and client relationship management.

The position is based in London but will require significant travel. Fluency in Russian, Arabic and European languages is preferred.

Senior Analyst

Candidates will have between 2-5 years’ investigative experience, or equivalent experience in a related field, such as law, forensic accountancy, or investigative journalism. Preferred candidates will speak Russian, Spanish or Arabic to a high standard or have extensive knowledge of MENA or FSU.

Desirable attributes include experience with the retrieval of public record material in a variety of jurisdictions; excellent written and interpersonal skills; demonstrable expertise in asset tracing would be advantageous.

Your responsibilities will include: conducting research and compiling information from a variety of sources; review, analysis, and presentation of this information; understanding, and summarising source material to develop an investigative plan; identifying witnesses and other sources of information; conducting interviews, writing comprehensive client deliverables; preparing proposals and interacting with clients on cases and potential clients on business development.

The position is based in London but will require significant travel.