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GS&I - Investigator - Vice President, Manila

Req #: 180035472
Location: Taguig City, 00, PH
Job Category: Corporate Staff
Job Description:

Global Security and Investigations (GS&I) protects the firm's employees and assets throughout the world. This responsibility includes the development of security and safety policies and procedures, regulatory and legislative compliance, security guard management and alarm response, incident management, corporate building security and customer/visitor/client safety, physical crime investigations, workplace violence, fire and life safety, executive protection, pre-employment screening, security operations on a global basis, and fraud Investigations.

 

This position will assist and report to the Head of Investigations for the Philippines and work with a team of highly motivated fraud and internal policy violation investigators, as well as a high tech team engaged in digital forensics, e-discovery and online intelligence gathering.

 

This position will assist the Head of Investigations for the Philippines in:

 

1.       Investigating suspected violations of the Code of Conduct, firm policies and procedures and other issues as directed by the Management

2.       Ensuring accurate quality control of documentation and recording of investigations

3.       Preparing reports and metrics, summarizing investigation work, highlighting trends and recommending the implementation of appropriate responses

4.       Interacting with key stakeholders and providing them with clear and concise briefings on issues related to investigations.

 

 

The successful candidate must have:
 
  1. high standards of personal integrity, have sound judgment, be mature, self motivated and adaptable
  2. investigations experience, preferably in a corporate environment
  3. strong interviewing or demonstrated interpersonal skills
  4. broad knowledge of security and high tech investigations;
  5. an understanding of commercial risk;
  6. strong technical, analytical, communication (written and verbal) and presentation skills;
  7. a commitment and initiative to deliver high quality outcomes with minimal support and supervision;
  8. the ability to maintain information confidentiality;
  9. the ability to work independently or as part of a team;
  10. the ability to multi-task priorities and manage deadlines;
  11. the ability to gather and secure evidence in a sound, timely and ethical manner;
  12. strong attention to detail;
 
Education and Experience
 
  1. Bachelor’s degree
  2. Minimum of 5+ years-experience in corporate investigation or other related fields (Compliance, Audit, Legal, Employee Relations, HR etc.)
  3. Experience in personally conducting investigations into fraud, internal Code of Conduct violations, privacy, legal, and compliance related events
  4. Knowledge of the financial and banking industry risks preferred
  5. Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE) or Professional Certified Investigator (PCI) is a plus
  6. Fluent verbal and written English (required), knowledge of second Asian language (preferred)
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