This position supports the Internal Audit and Compliance. The Fraud Examiner will be responsible for investigating potentially fraudulent activities within the organization and ensuring compliance with regulatory requirements. The Fraud Examiner will work closely with other members of the company to identify potential fraud risks and develop strategies to prevent and detect fraudulent activities.
- Conduct thorough investigations into suspected fraudulent activities, including but not limited to financial fraud, embezzlement, identity theft, and other fraudulent schemes.
- Analyse and interpret data from various sources to identify potential fraud risks and irregularities.
- Develop and implement fraud prevention policies, procedures, and training programs for employees.
- Prepare detailed reports of investigation findings, including recommendations for corrective action and risk mitigation.
- Assist with the development and implementation of fraud awareness and training programs.
- Collaborate with internal and external stakeholders, including legal, security and compliance teams, to ensure effective communication and coordination of fraud prevention efforts.
- Identify potential areas of vulnerability to fraud and assess risks associated with various business processes, systems, and transactions.
- Develop and implement strategies, policies, and procedures to prevent and detect fraud.
- Regularly review and update fraud prevention measures to ensure their effectiveness and alignment with industry best practices.
- Conduct internal audits and reviews to evaluate compliance with anti-fraud policies and procedures.
- Utilize advanced data analysis techniques and tools to identify patterns, trends, and anomalies indicative of fraud.
- Generate detailed reports on fraud cases, investigation findings, and recommended actions for management and stakeholders.
- Maintain accurate and comprehensive documentation of all investigations, including evidence, analysis, and outcomes.
- Present findings and recommendations to senior management and participate in cross-functional discussions related to fraud prevention.
- Stay up to date with industry trends, laws, and regulations related to fraud and corruption.
- Maintain up-to-date knowledge of relevant laws, regulations, and industry trends related to fraud prevention.
- A minimum of a bachelor’s degree from a recognized university or equivalent.
- Recognized professional in Accounting, Risk Management, and Internal Audit.
- Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE) or willingness to obtain certification Relevant management qualification or training.
- A minimum of 3 years’ experience in fraud examination, forensic accounting, or related field
- Great work culture and multiple opportunities for growth and self-development.
- 18 days of annual leave, excluding federal public holidays.
- Health insurance coverage.
- Monthly employer pension contribution.
Location: Rivers State