The Financial Fraud Lead will be the lead for the Finance Division's defence against financial fraud. You will act as an ambassador of the Finance Division in promoting a culture of continuous improvement, be responsible for the Financial Fraud Framework (FFF) and work closely with stakeholders outside of Finance to maximise the effectiveness of the Financial Fraud Framework and develop and build the University's measures against fraud.
You will provide high-level support to senior members of the Finance Division, particularly in relation to the Audit Committee. You will work with colleagues across the University, and provide best practices to subsidiaries and affiliated entities, whilst keeping abreast of industry and regulatory development, including anti-money laundering regulations, and providing recommendations for action.
This is an outward-facing position where you will play a pivotal role in acting as the conduit to develop enhancements of the University's FFF in line with strategic aims and objectives, utilising their specialist knowledge to interpret requirements and transform them into effective and secure processes.
Your principal responsibilities are:
You will provide specialist skills to develop enhancements on financial fraud and anti-money laundering and communicates these to senior University officers and colleagues. You will work collaboratively with other key stakeholders to ensure appropriate systems, controls and procedures are in place to prevent, detect, respond and remediate issues pertinent to fraud risk.
You will have:
The University offers an excellent benefit package including:
The Finance Division has embraced hybrid working and individuals are currently working with their team two days a week from a University site, principally Greenwich House, and three days worked remotely (for those working a standard Mon to Fri week). This arrangement is subject to change and will not form a part of the contractual terms of the role.
Funding for this post is permanent.
Once an offer of employment has been accepted, the successful candidate will be required to undergo a basic disclosure and a security check. We welcome applications from individuals who wish to be considered for part-time working or other flexible working arrangements.
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If you would like more information about this role, informal enquiries can be directed by email to Stephen Kent-Taylor, on Stephen.Kent- [email protected].
If you have any questions the application process, please contact [email protected]
Closing Date: 3rd December
Interview Date: 11th December
Please quote reference AG39470 on your application and in any correspondence about this vacancy.
The University actively supports equality, diversity and inclusion and encourages applications from all sections of society.
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20 November 2023Closing date
3 December 2023