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Financial Crime Investigator

Employer:
Serious Fraud Office
Job Category:
Accounting & finance
City/Town:
Auckland - Auckland Central
Region:
Auckland
Job Type:
Ongoing - Full Time
Posted Date:
09-Oct-2017
Closing Date:
17-Oct-2017
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Job Description

Financial Crime Investigator

The SFO is a highly specialised government department responsible for serious or complex fraud investigations and prosecutions, which include Bribery and Corruption. We all take pride in the work that we do towards keeping New Zealand safe from financial crime. We employ an excellent team of accountants, lawyers and investigators to ensure we do just that.

Investigators form a critical part of multidisciplinary mini-team assigned to each investigation, and are responsible for driving forward investigative tasks under the guidance of a Principal. The role requires an individual to bring their investigative experience and technical knowledge/skill to investigate and prosecute serious or complex financial crime.

This is a fantastic opportunity for someone who is an enthusiastic and confident performer and has worked in another domestic or overseas law enforcement agency or similar body. We do need you to have between one and three years' experience as a qualified Detective or equivalent and would like you to have experience in working on large files and/or undertaken investigative work relating to financial crime.

If you are interested in this role or you would like further information, please phone Paula Watts Managing Director, Niche Recruitment on 09 377 2248 or email paula.watts@nicherecruitment.co.nz. All enquires will be treated with strict confidentiality.

Applicants must be legally entitled to work in New Zealand and be able to obtain and maintain the required level of NZ Government security clearance for the position applied for. Applicants who do not meet these requirements will not be considered. 

Closing date: 17 October 2017

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