Develop policies and procedures, oversee and conduct investigations of fraud and financial abuse, occurring within the Scheme. Additionally, the incumbent is responsible for preparing investigation reports and communicating such reports the relevant channels and recommending corrective action relating to internal control failures. The Senior Manager: Internal Forensic Investigation will interact with operational management, other investigators and law enforcement agencies in an effort to communicate investigative findings and to ensure that prompt and appropriate action is taken in response to reports of alleged fraud. Satisfy group audit Committee and Executive Committee reporting requirements in terms of investigatory progress and updates; Maintain absolute confidentiality over investigatory information; Engage with stakeholders regarding the progress and recommendations; Perform compliance reviews in Divisions to ascertain whether the division complies with the Scheme’s Investigatory standards; Perform Fraud awareness and fraud prevention/detection presentations to key stakeholders as and when required.
Deg: Forensic Investigations or equivalent. An advanced degree is highly preferred; Must be Certified Fraud Examiner with the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE) or equivalent; At least 8 years of professional experience at Group Level as a Senior Forensic Audit Investigator of which 5 years relate to the investigation of extensive, complex, detailed and confidential investigations; Proven track record in the establishment/set up of internal fraud/ forensic investigation units; Possess a high energy level and strong work ethic with a commitment to continuous improvement in a dynamic and changing environment that strives to succeed; Possess excellent written and oral communications skills, including the ability to present forensic findings in an objective and unbiased manner; Strong interpersonal skills, including the ability to deal with ambiguity.