Position Profile Forensic Audit Manager will be responsible for leading and conducting investigations of fraud and financial abuse, occurring within the company. Additionally, the person will be responsible for preparing reports, communicating findings to senior management, human resources and legal, and recommending corrective action relating to internal control failures. Key Objectives - Carry out the vision and mission of Forensic Audit to prevent, detect, and investigate issues of fraud and financial abuse within the company. - Identify, and clearly define, forensic issues and root causes, recommend improved internal controls and business processes, and ensure that corrective action plans are developed. - Promote a zero tolerance control environment where fraud or noncompliance is unacceptable and difficult to conceal. - The Forensic Audit Manager will lead internal/external resources in an effort to address allegations of fraud raised within the company. Job Responsibilities include: - The Forensic Audit Manager will conduct and lead/assist internal investigations of alleged or suspected violations of criminal law and corporate policies, including theft, fraud, embezzlement, conflict of interest, collusion, kickbacks, and records falsification. - Demonstrate prior forensic investigation experience and skills, including the ability to develop an investigation approach/strategy, effectively interview employees associated with an investigation, obtain and analyze evidence, draw relevant conclusions, and recommend control enhancements. - Prepare clear, comprehensive and cohesive investigative reports and memorandum in a timely manner. - Identify, obtain and analyze financial, operational and other data relevant to the investigation of allegations of misconduct and the assessment of enterprise risks. - Prepare work papers to adequately document investigations performed with supporting evidence for all forensic findings. - Interface with various levels of the organization, including Senior Management, as well as outside Legal counsel, and law enforcement. - Ability to interact, influence, negotiate and challenge management when necessary. Build effective relationships and work closely with senior personnel in Legal, HR, Finance, IT, and Security, at all business units. - Provide concise and meaningful updates to Internal Audit Leadership, senior management, human resources and legal team. - Demonstrated ability to work independently and complete cases/projects in a timely manner in a fast-paced environment. - Assist in execution of eDiscovery related activities. - Experience with Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA). - Testify in hearings and criminal trials when necessary. - Assist in special projects as assigned.
Requirements: - At least 6-8 years total work experience of which at least 5 years relating to the investigation of extensive, complex, detailed and confidential investigations. - Possess a high energy level and strong work ethic with a commitment to continuous improvement in a dynamic and changing environment that strives to exceed expectations. - Bachelor's Degree, preferably in Accounting, Finance, JD or the equivalent. - Direct experience with working with law enforcement is required. - CPA/CIA/CFE certifications desired. - Bilingual speakers preferred (Mandarin & Spanish), but not required. - Strong communication skills (written and verbal). - Possess excellent written and oral communications skills, including the ability to present forensic findings in an objective and unbiased manner. - Strong leadership and analytical skills, and ability to work independently and in a team environment. - Proficient in Excel, Word, PowerPoint and experience with data mining software such as ACL, Access, SQL, Business Objects, etc. preferred. - Travel might be required on as needed basis.