Senior Audit Manager/ Forensic
Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE)
Degree/Diploma in Forensic Auditing/Investigations, Internal Auditing or Accounting
A vacancy exists in the Centurion office of a national firm of Chartered Accountants and Registered Auditors for an experienced Forensic Audit Manager to commence duties as soon as possible.
The incumbent will be responsible and accountable for managing, leading, conducting and reporting on forensic investigations, and ensuring that project work conforms to the methodology of the firm and all standards set by the ACFE.
The incumbent will be required to conduct forensic investigations throughout South Africa and therefore will be required to live away from home during the course of investigations.
The incumbent must possess a valid driver’s licence and vehicle and be prepared to travel extensively at short notice.
The position aims to achieve investigative objectives through quality, in-depth reviews and deliver quality investigations and reporting, as well as execute work programmes with each investigation to ensure that investigative objectives and factual reports are produced.
The incumbent will assist with preparation of responses to requests for tenders relating to forensic investigative services.
The incumbent will be required to testify at disciplinary, criminal and civil proceedings.
The incumbent must possess the following skills:
(a) Report writing.
(b) Data interrogation.
(c) Interviewing of witnesses and suspects.
(d) Drafting of affidavits.
Minimum Qualifications, Skills and Experience
Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE).
An appropriate degree/diploma or equivalent qualification at a minimum of NQF level 7, in any/ combination of the following:
(a) Forensic Auditing/Investigations.
(b) Internal Auditing.
A minimum of 5 years’ appropriate work experience in conducting and managing forensic investigations.