Assistant Manager: Fraud Prevention

REF NO: AMFP/2017/08-1P
SALARY : R334 545 to R394 065 per annum
CENTRE : Pretoria
CLOSING DATE : 08 September 2017

A relevant three year B degree/national diploma or equivalent three year qualification (minimum 360 credits) in Forensics/Risk Management/Law/ Commprevention/ awareness and/or risk and two years investigation experience in a related field or environment.
Preference will be given to applicants whose exposure in fraud awareness are within a pension fund/financial services environment.
Studying towards a Certification as a Certified Fraud Examiner will be an knowledge of Microsoft Office products.
Excellent knowledge of applicable legislation in the field of fraud prevention.
Extensive understanding of fraud, corruption risks and effective risk management techniques, forensic audit practices.
Knowledge of professional standards of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners.
Knowledge of modern principles, comprehensive practices, procedures, instruments and methods used in fraud prevention.
Knowledge and exposure of applicable legislation, policies and procedures with regard to pension administration and PFMA, Treasury Regulations, Supply Chain Management Policies and Public Service Regulatory Framework.
Knowledge of criminal 10 prosecution and associated evidentiary laws.
Knowledge of prevention/audit tools, techniques, methodologies and approaches.
Ability to recognize subtle signs of fraud and raise awareness on the prevention controls to mitigate risks.
Excellent communication skills both written and verbal.
Strong presentation skills.
Ability to multi-task.
Analytical thinking.
Fraud/corruption risk assessment & management.
Ability to conduct research.
Conceptualization and fraud risk consulting experience.
Ability to prepare and present accurate and complete factual information pertaining to fraud prevention.
Excellent organizational and planning skills.
Problem solving and decision making.
Proven technical report writing skills.
Reliable, capable of being entrusted with sensitive information.
Ethical business conduct.
Supervisory skills and project management skills.

The successful candidate will be responsible for the following functions and include, but not limited to: Support in reporting, communicating fraud information and promote an anti-fraud culture: Assist in implementing the fraud prevention plan of the department.
Promote and implement the whistle blowing policy of the department.
Conduct and planning for the Risk and Fraud Awareness Campaign for the department.
Analyse the impact of fraud and assist in making recommendations.
Assist in communicating threats in the appropriate forums.
Promote fraud awareness campaigns to relevant stakeholders and ensure compliance.
Implement the fraud prevention strategy: Conduct fraud Risk assessment.
Support the development and maintain fraud statistic reports.
Assist in monitoring the control measures implemented.
Maintain the Fraud Risk register.
Maintain fraud hotline queries, calls and assist in resolving escalated queries.
Support in developing fraud prevention policy and strategy: Assist in developing required fraud prevention policies and procedures in line with Risk Management and Fraud prevention policy.
Assist in developing action plans and mitigation plans related to fraud.
Maintain fraud prevention in the Department: Assist in implementing the fraud prevention plan and fraud detection strategy.
Assist in ensuring that controls are reviewed to avoid recurrence of fraud and corruption.
Support in monitoring control improvement to prevent and minimize fraud.
Evaluate the relevant information received on the system against established criteria.
Supervision of staff in Unit: Allocate work according to skills and competencies of subordinates.
Manage staff performance.
Develop, train and coach.
Maintain discipline.
Ensure that subordinates are informed about changes in work environment or management decisions.

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