Location: Los Angeles, Houston, Dallas, New York, Boston.
Despite the best efforts of internal controls and risk departments, corporate fraud continues to challenge businesses across the globe. From asset misappropriation to financial statement fraud, no company is immune. When facing acts of fraud, government regulatory inquiries, major litigation or transactional disputes, clients know that we have the investigative experience they need, when they need it.
Our Forensic & Integrity Services team is growing exponentially, and as an Investigations & Compliance Manager you’ll play a key role in that growth. This particular role will focus on the Power & Utility industry and associated regulatory requirements.
Your key responsibilities
Because all clients have unique issues, it’s no exaggeration to say you’ll never be doing the same type of investigation for too long. You’ll work with our clients’ legal counsel, internal audit and compliance departments investigating complex issues and developing practical solutions that address operational challenges. It’s all about using your technical skills to creatively assess and resolve our clients’ needs from the front lines.
Skills and attributes for success
· Managing the key components of a portfolio of Forensic projects, including strategy, planning, and execution
· Developing long-term relationships across a network of existing and potential clients, understanding their businesses to provide tailored insights
· Constantly developing your understanding of our clients’ industries, identifying trends, risks, and opportunities for improvement
· Developing your team through constant coaching and feedback, providing challenging goals and guaranteeing your people have the skills, knowledge, and opportunities to grow
To qualify for the role you must have
· A bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Law, Finance or related field, supported by 5 to 8 years’ related work experience
· Achieved, or be working towards a professional designation, such as CPA, CFA, CFE
· Excellent project management skills and the ability to prioritize when working on multiple engagements
· Strong negotiation and influencing skills, and the confidence to communicate complex technical concepts to a wide range of audiences
· The ability and willingness to travel and work in excess of standard hours when necessary
· Access to reliable transportation to/from the EY office and client sites. A driver’s license is strongly recommended as ride share and public transportation options may not be available in all locations
Ideally, you’ll also have
· Strong Power & Utilities industry and regulatory experience
· Relevant forensic accounting, compliance, forensic technology, or dispute related experience, preferably with a professional services firm
What we look for
We’re interested in passionate leaders that have the intellectual curiosity to actively pursue new knowledge in the rapidly changing world of fraud investigations. Naturally you’ll need a firm technical foundation, as well as the ability to translate complex information into meaningful, actionable insights. But we’re not just looking for strong technical skills – we’re interested in people that have the ability to nurture relationships, both internal and external, and are committed to intimately understanding our client’s needs. If you’re looking to become part of a community of advisors where you’ll make a measurable difference across some of the most prestigious businesses around, this role is for you.
- Continuous learning: You’ll develop the mindset and skills to navigate whatever comes next.
- Success as defined by you: We’ll provide the tools and flexibility, so you can make a meaningful impact, your way.
- Transformative leadership: We’ll give you the insights, coaching and confidence to be the leader the world needs.
- Diverse and inclusive culture: You’ll be embraced for who you are and empowered to use your voice to help others find theirs.