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Senior Analyst - Financial Crime

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Sydney, NSW, AU

Department:  Risk Advisory
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Are you looking for the next step in your forensic accounting career?

Deloitte’s Australian Forensic practice brings together a team of professionals from across the industry, combining forensic accounting, law enforcement, regulatory, consulting and legal capabilities to advise and guide local, regional and global clients on business critical issues, including financial loss and financial crime.

Our growth in this area is creating opportunities for outstanding professionals with a hunger for success to advance their careers.

 

About the role

We are looking for Senior Analysts based in [Sydney / Melbourne] who will have a key role in helping to deliver a wide range of exciting and challenging forensic assignments, primarily involving forensic accounting and financial investigations (potentially including investigating accounting irregularities, allegations of fraud and corruption and complex financial analysis) and commercial disputes.

The successful candidate will become an integral member of Deloitte Forensic and the role will involve:

  • Helping to delivering forensic accounting and investigation services to corporate clients and their legal representatives (where appropriate)
  • Significant contributions to the gathering of information, analysis and problem solving aspects of our forensic services
  • Working on a portfolio of varied assignments, including litigated matters (e.g. expert determinations) and non-litigated matters (e.g. asset tracing, fraud or misconduct)
  • Working in high performing teams that draw on different skills where appropriate, including financial crime, forensic technology and data analytics.

In your new role you will be exposed to a dynamic environment, with approachable partners operating within a flat structure. You will have the opportunity to develop your career in a global business with varied work, tackling complex client problems with an expectation to always bring the best, most suitable solutions to the client.

 

About you

A successful candidate will have:

  • Previous work experience involving forensic accounting and financial investigations
  • Bachelor degree in Accounting/Commerce or related field
  • CA/CPA qualified or nearing completion is preferred
  • Proficiency with relevant software (including Microsoft Office, PowerPoint)
  • Proficient financial modelling and writing skills
  • Good communication skills, both verbal and written (with the ability to explain and influence), and a keen attention to detail
  • A strong sense of professional curiosity and a willingness to learn
  • Demonstrable ability to work as part of a team.

 

About Us

Deloitte offers an established team within a highly connected Asia Pacific and global network. We are passionate about developing our people, helping to solve our clients’ problems and contributing to the community.

We pride ourselves on our team of diverse, high performing Deloitte professionals who are talented, supportive, inclusive and social – and who are at the heart of our success. Our aim is to ensure that all our people feel comfortable to bring their whole selves to work and so create a workplace that encourages diversity and the true spirit of 'And different'.

From day one at our firm, you’ll be considered part of the Deloitte community and our development and career progression framework will help you develop the skills and capabilities you will need to succeed now and in the future.

 

Next Step

If you have questions regarding this role, the Talent Acquisition Team is available to have a confidential discussion. You can contact Jaclyn Kalcher regarding this role via the ‘Our recruiters’ section on our careers website.

To be considered for this opportunity, you will need to have full Australian work rights.