The Fraud Prevention Adviser provides subject-matter expertise to Ethics Risk and Compliance Office (ERCO) in the development and running of fraud prevention and detection tools as well as fraud learning and awareness-related material for ICRC staff and partners.
He / she also conducts fraud cases analysis and share recommendations for internal controls improvement and lessons learned exercises.
In close coordination with and under the guidance of the Head of Ethics, contributes to the development of global fraud prevention tools including fraud risk self-assessment and learning and communication material for ICRC staff and partners
Provides advice on immediate mitigating measures to reduce or contain risk of fraud during or after a fraud investigation or inquiry
Supports Head of Investigation in the drafting of Management Implication Reports (MIRs) on fraud cases to identify fraud cases to identify internal control weaknesses and provides recommendations to management.
Follow-up on management response and implementation of remediation action plan
Performs regular root cause analysis in the areas of fraud and supports on identification of trends with respect to fraud risk and internal control matters for institutional lessons learned exercise
Performs an analysis of the financial impact of fraud cases for the annual financial reporting for communication to the finance division and external auditors
Performs data and trends analysis on fraud cases and contributes to the drafting of ERCO Annual Report and other institutional reporting (e.
g. Governance & Oversight report)
Supports the rollout of the ICRC Fraud prevention strategy and assists in timely tracking implementation with KPI’s
Contributes to the development of fraud detection tools and the review of control testing and monitoring plans
Bachelor’s degree in Business, Law and / or Administration or equivalent
Professional certification (e.g. Certified Fraud Examiner, CPA, CIA) or equivalent ground experience
With typically 6 to 10 years’ experience in risk and compliance roles, at least 4 years of which have been spent in a fraud prevention or detection role in an international organization
Experience in change management and adult learning / training
Prior knowledge in investigation management and practice
Excellent English communication skills, proficiency in French an asset
Strong personal computer and business solutions software skills
Exhibits exemplary leadership and people leadership qualities and high sense of accountability
Diligence and ability to meet deadlines
Ability to work under pressure
Ability to engage in dialogue and listen to other people’s points of view
Collaborative and able to interact professionally with colleagues and other staff members
What We Offer
Diverse and humanitarian-minded workforce
An opportunity to contribute to institutional efforts to protect and assist conflict victims worldwide
Flexible work schedule
Only shortlisted candidates will be notified. This position is open to Philippine Nationals only.