REQUIREMENTS : A three-year tertiary qualification in Forensic Investigation / Law / Accounting / Auditing. A certified Fraud Examine (CFE) would be an added advantage.
A valid driver’s license. 2 years of functional experience in conducting forensic Investigations into economic crimes especially on anti-fraud and corruption environment.
Knowledge : Compensation Fund regulations, policies, and procedures. Customer Service (Batho Pele Principles). Criminal law, Criminal procedures, and Law of evidence.
Minimum Information Security Standards (MISS). Understanding of risk management and audit practices. Investigation methods and techniques.
Understanding of Fraud and Corruption Processes. Legislative requirements : COIDA. National intelligence Act. Protection of Information Act.
Criminal procedure Act. PFMA and Treasury Regulations. Promotion of Access to Information Act. PAJA Skills : Reporting Writing.
Client orientation and customer focus. Communication (verbal and written). Conducting an inquiry and investigations. Problems solving and analysis.
Planning and organizing. Knowledge management. Negotiation. Decision making. Pro-activeness and initiative. Computer literacy.
Time management. Teamwork and collaboration. Quality and Excellence orientation. DUTIES : Implement Anti-fraud and Corruption Strategies and other fraud and Corruption policies.
Conduct forensic investigations into acts of fraud and Corruption reported within the Fund. Provide support for system analysis.
Liaise with appropriate sections within the department and external stakeholders on fraud measures.