● To have cross-functional relationships with other divisions' staff to enhance proactive Fraud Risk Management activities. ● To effectively interact with other A&R functions’ (IA, ERM) members for the successful rollout of the annual plan and execution. ● To execute fraud investigations and reactive Fraud Risk Management in accordance with the Fraud Risk Management (FRM) manual to find out the root cause of any fraud incident, and make the best decision to rectify any fraud loss or mitigate fraud/ corruption risk while complying with fraud management methodology. ● To investigate compliance gaps for detection of possible fraud incidents for management attention. ● To trace, extract, and analyze the footprint of frauds by retrieving related Logs and shreds of evidence where fraud is performed through computers and systems to recommend proper controls to mitigate fraud risk and investigate fraud incidents. ● To identify fraud risk control improvement opportunities related to fraud incidents and areas of investigation upon each and every fraud investigation to minimize fraud probability. ● To identify, investigate, and confirm any suspected fraud, thefts, and conflicts of interest following investigation processes defined in the audit and risk division. ● To provide reports detailing how the computer evidence has been discovered and all of the steps taken during the investigation process to deliver to the group and board members. ● To research and document industry best practices related to fraud detection, investigation, and response to implement them. ● To develop accurate and complete fraud work papers that adequately support fraud findings and document work performed. ● To prepare investigation findings and recommendations for improving subject processes and systems. ● To testify in court about investigative or analytical methods or findings to prove how the fraud happened. ● To advertise, investigate, and record incidents through the anonymous fraud hotline to power the reporting channel. ● To conduct hearing meetings with the fraudster and testify in related internal conferences in case of fraud incidents or corruption. ● To use data analytics methods and tools to identify fraudulent patterns in fraud detection and investigation.
● Bachelor’s degree in Internal Auditing, Risk Management, Information Technology, Computer Engineering, Telecommunications Engineering, or other related fields. ● Possession of a forensic investigator, such as a Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE), Computer Hacking Forensic Investigator (CHFI), or Certified Computer Forensic Examiner (CCFE), would be an advantage. ● Possession of an auditing qualification (CIA, CISA, etc.) would be an advantage. ● Fluent in English. ● At least 3 years of experience in an area of specialization; 1 year of fraud-related experience, of which a significant portion should include fraud investigation. ● Experience working in a medium to large organization. ● Experience in fraud management in a telecommunication environment is an advantage.