Fraud Investigator | Brisbane
|Position Type:||Non-ongoing - Temporary|
|Attachments:|| FSE - EL1 - Fraud Investigator - 201811.pdf (PDF, 144KB)
- Conduct fraud investigations into financial services firms
- $104,617 to $115,340 (depending on experience) plus up to 15.4% superannuation and a performance bonus
- 12 month contract based in Brisbane
Financial Services Enforcement investigates suspected misconduct and takes formal enforcement action in response to suspected breaches of financial services laws and credit laws. This includes commencing civil proceedings, working with the Commonwealth Director of Public Prosecution (CDPP) to secure criminal convictions and taking administrative action to cancel Australian financial services and Australian credit licenses and ban persons from engaging in financial services and credit activity.
- conduct fraud investigations into financial services firms and credit providers
- deliver insights from accounting and business records and translate and present them into relevant evidence that can give rise to impactful action
- prepare and review witness statements and provide evidence in court
- identify issues throughout investigations requiring further assessment
- collate evidence into a brief for review by barristers, the CDPP, and administrative bodies
- make recommendations for the use of appropriate regulatory tools
- work in partnership with other teams and communicate to internal and external stakeholders
- summarise the findings of investigations for Financial Services Enforcement Executive Team and Enforcement Committee, and
- develop new and more effective ways for the team to operate.
- Relevant tertiary qualifications in accounting, law, or related discipline.
- Demonstrated experience investigating financial crimes, including planning and managing projects.
- Significant financial services or regulatory environment experience.
- Strong ability to analyse and clearly present data and complex information to a wide variety of audiences
- Ability to prepare criminal/civil briefs and an understanding of court procedures and laws of evidence.
- Advanced Microsoft Excel skills
ASIC can offer you a variety of interesting and challenging work. We provide the support for our employees to develop professionally and succeed. ASIC offers a range of programs such as flexible work practices and development programs which include a focus on gender equity and women in leadership.
ASIC is committed to providing a diverse and inclusive workplace where the very best talent in Australia chooses to work. We encourage applicants from diverse backgrounds to apply, including Indigenous Australians and people with a disability.
To work with us, you must be an Australian citizen, and be prepared to complete an ASIC Organisational Suitability Assessment (OSA) in addition to obtaining a Government Security Clearance which is issued by the Australian Government Security Vetting Agency (AGSVA).
Please view the position description for more information or click ‘apply' to start your application.