Conducts complex investigations (for example, fraud, theft, misappropriation, e-crime, personal conduct, major crime) across multiple business segments by receiving and assigning allegations from a variety of channels; developing investigative theory; using specialized techniques to gather and evaluate evidence (for example, documents, surveillance video, testimony, electronically stored media) to perform analysis, and draw findings; conducting and directing interviews of direct and indirect witnesses and presenting findings to business unit and law enforcement agencies; preparing investigative findings in a comprehensive, coherent and proficient report; identifying vulnerabilities and recommending process refinements; preparing reports and evidence to meet legal and regulatory requirements for presentations (for example, courtroom proceedings, governmental agency proceedings); and testifying to findings.
Fosters internal and external liaison responsibilities (for example joint coalitions, industry functional groups, legal counsel) by identifying business owners and establishing relationships; seeking out customer deliverables from the business units when planning strategy; meeting with business unit customers to discuss deliverables, new projects, and initiatives; providing consultation on potential risks and vulnerabilities of practices, services, and processes; participating in education initiatives and training (for example, customers, schools, seminars, industry training meetings); and working with the Ethics and Legal departments and government agencies on investigative development.
Identifies and communicates potential threats, vulnerabilities and risks across multiple disciplines by providing solutions and process refinements; researching relevant customer, industry, and technical matters and documenting findings; interviewing business owners to determine areas of vulnerability and deliverables; training customers on key issues; analyzing data for current and future trends (for example, fraud, theft, misappropriation, e-crime, personal conduct, major crime); planning and executing proactive strategy for Investigations; and utilizing and analyzing electronic media (for example, spreadsheets, computer models) to identify potential risk trends.
Additional Preferred Qualifications:
3 years’ experience in fraud and cyber-investigations casework/management.
3 years investigative experience in global markets.
Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE).
Minimum Qualifications...Outlined below are the required minimum qualifications for this position. If none are listed, there are no minimum qualifications.
Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor's degree in Criminal Justice, Business Administration, Political Science, or related field and 4 years investigative experience in casework/management, auditing, security, or related field OR 6 years investigative experience in casework/management, auditing, security, or related field.
Preferred Qualifications...Outlined below are the optional preferred qualifications for this position. If none are listed, there are no preferred qualifications.
Accounting - Forensic, Corruption Investigations, Fraud Investigations, Overseas work experience
Project Management - Project Management Professional - Certification, Six Sigma Black Belt - Certification, Six Sigma Green Belt - Certification