Local Counter Fraud Specialist Manager Local Counter Fraud Specialist Manager …

Grant Thornton
à Norwich, Angleterre, Royaume-Uni
CDI, Plein-temps
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Grant Thornton
à Norwich, Angleterre, Royaume-Uni
CDI, Plein-temps
Soyez parmi les premiers à postuler
Grant Thornton
Local Counter Fraud Specialist Manager
Job Description Summary:
Join us and you'll shape more than just your career. We believe we're best positioned to make a meaningful impact on the economy. Every day we provide a diverse range of organisations with the kind of business and financial advice it takes to do this. Our ideas and insight empower our clients to make big decisions about the future and unlock sustainable growth. Through our fresh thinking and agile working, we help businesses, communities and our people to flourish.

The time you spend outside of work helps shape what you can bring to our firm. We value the commitments you may have outside of work and will consider all flexible working applications.


The postholder will play a key role within the counter fraud team to assist with the delivery of counter fraud services for the organisation's clients and contribute to delivering the agreed work plan of activity of proactive and reactive work.

The post holder should be client focussed with a flexible and adaptable approach to work by undertaking assignments at short notice, at the direction of senior management, to meet team and client demands. The postholder will be required to undertake the duties at diverse locations throughout England as required.

Job Description:
The role

The role involves:
  • The day to day management of cases.
  • End to end management of complex cases with minimal supervision in accordance with the team's policies and procedures. This involves:
  • Preparing requests for information from relevant sources.
  • Analysing the information received to determine appropriate outcomes.
  • Drafting investigation reports
  • Liaising appropriately with internal and external stakeholders
  • Building and maintaining relationships as well as sharing information (where appropriate) with the relevant internal or external stakeholder, and preparing information sharing protocols to underpin this process.
  • Reporting to the client on progress against agreed work plans through the provision of formal written reports.
  • Providing detailed training to clients to encourage their support of prevention and deterrence work, and to inform their understanding and awareness of the issues.
  • Helping to improve the client's internal control systems to prevent and mitigate against the threats of fraud and bribery. This will include:
  • Undertaking policy reviews to ensure compliance with regulatory and legislative requirements, and the inclusion of appropriate fraud and bribery controls.
  • Undertaking audits and reviews of client business systems and procedures (Audit qualifications are not essential but desirable).
Who we're looking for
  • Educated to degree level in relevant discipline or be able to demonstrate equivalent relevant experience. (Minimum criteria)
  • Hold Accredited Counter Fraud Specialist status or similar qualification or be able to demonstrate equivalent experience.
  • Minimum of two years' experience working as an ACFS and within the NHS sector.
  • Have demonstrable practical experience of successfully investigating fraud, bribery or corruption and be able to demonstrate a proven track record of applying a range of sanctions in relation to fraud offences.
  • Experience of using IT as an investigative tool to investigate fraud.
  • Practical knowledge of the requirements of PACE and Acts/Codes of Practice relating to prosecutions and investigation work; including CPIA, DPA, Fraud Act 2006, Theft Act and Bribery Act 2010.
  • Technical and practical knowledge of fraud investigatory principles and practice, including the undertaking of criminal, disciplinary and civil action.
  • Sound investigative and intelligence gathering skills.
  • Excellent analytical skills in relation to complex problems in order to determine the appropriate course of action to be recommended.
  • Ability to manage and analyse large data, draw sound conclusions and present findings in an easily understood format.
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills and be able to communicate information persuasively, both orally and in writing, with people at all levels and across professions.

Valuing you
Your personal development plan will help you grow your skills. And you'll be able to shape your career within your team or by moving across our business or going on secondments in the UK and across our global network of member firms. You'll also enjoy a competitive salary and a flexible benefits package designed to meet your individual needs.

Becoming a shared enterprise
Our unique culture is built around collaboration. Everybody here plays their part. Over the past few years we've been making big changes - moving towards becoming a shared enterprise. We share ideas. We share responsibility. We share the rewards. Put simply, we're better together.