Jul 13, 2016

Corporate Security Investigator

Employer: Saudi Aramco
Locations: Saudi Arabia

Req Number: 13634BR

Possesses or is able to obtain professional certification in any relevant discipline such as Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE), Certified Protection Officer (CPO), Certified Protection Professional (CPP)

Position Description:
As one of the world’s largest fully integrated energy enterprises, Saudi Aramco not only looks for individuals who can meet our expectations but for those individuals who can exceed them. Our intent is to become the world’s leading integrated energy company by 2020, and to accomplish our goals we want and encourage you to Dream Big. The professional rewards at Saudi Aramco are amazing, but so too are the lifestyle and benefits.

We have an immediate requirement for a Corporate Security Investigator to join our Corporate Security Services Division in Saudi Arabia.

Minimum Requirements:
As the successful candidate, you must hold a bachelor’s degree in countering fraud, criminal justice studies, law, forensics, compliance, ethics, accounting, human resources, public administration, or any discipline relevant to corporate investigations.

Possesses or is able to obtain professional certification in any relevant discipline such as Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE), Certified Protection Officer (CPO), Certified Protection Professional (CPP), Certified Public Accountant (CPA), International Compliance Association (ICA), or equivalent. Formal and recognized training in suspect or witness interviewing is desirable. Membership of an international professional organization within the corporate fraud environment is desirable.

A minimum of seven (7) years of progressively responsible experience in law enforcement or human resources conducting extensive background checks, recruiting, and testing in law enforcement.

Demonstrate knowledge and/or hands-on experience in:

A. Investigative techniques, principles, and concepts, including but not limited to those pertaining to criminal investigation, witness, and suspect interviews; documentation of interviews; forensic principles; and other relevant investigative activities.

B. Handling confidential information; work from broad direction with limited supervision; working well with culturally diverse people; establish and maintain effective working relationships with other employees, department heads, applicants, and other agencies.

C. Dealing effectively and professionally with a variety of people, some of whom may be hostile or uncooperative, in order to obtain information and data necessary to conduct inquiries and investigations.

D. Collecting, analyzing, summarizing, and explaining the investigation process, challenges, and outcomes as required by line management or executive level.

E. Prioritizing, documenting, and completing tasks necessary to record inquiries and investigations.

F. Writing reports and summaries of interviews in a clear, concise, and grammatically correct manner with the ability to communicate effectively at all levels.

G. Sound communication and co-ordination skills demonstrated by significant experience of managing effective relationships with stakeholders.

H. Has a good knowledge and understanding of corporate fraud and similar offence investigative processes, relevant technology tools, and methodologies.

I. Possesses strong analytical capabilities for effective management of a high workload.

J. Strong human relations skills to build and maintain relationships, both internally and externally.

K. Self develops and maximizes own potential, and keeps abreast of changes and best practice. Demonstrable communication, analytical, critical thinking, and influencing skills.

Duties & Responsibilities:
You will be required to perform the following:

A. Conduct investigations of the most serious and challenging complex cases of high value fraud, malfeasance, misappropriation, kickbacks, conflict of interest, or other related violations.

B. Where required, work alongside other subject matter experts from various Saudi Aramco organizations such as but not limited to Internal Audits, Project Management, Material Supply, Contracting, and Law.

C. Accountable for the opening, registering, and planning fraud or related investigations. Involved in collating, evaluating, and verifying all available information or evidence, as well as ensuring information is submitted correctly.

D. Identify the nature, current status, extent, and viability of proposed investigations and identify any need for additional support.

E. Acquire the necessary management or legal authorities as appropriate. Report on and complete investigations, involving the review of investigative outcomes against strategy.

F. Participate in the review and verification of colleagues’ investigative reports, and evaluate the evidential strength and value of computer forensic analysis. Prepares a Report of Investigation for submission to management.

G. Work toward preventing and detecting fraud or similar offending, is engaged in leading the delivery of fraud awareness programs presented at the request of the Staffing Services Department to new hire employees, other internal business areas, and affiliated companies or organizations.

H. Assist line management by undertaking detailed crime risk pattern analysis assessments, identifying trends, hot spots, actual or potential corporate threats, and vulnerabilities.

I. Assist in developing and implementing risk mitigation and reduction programs to prevent and combat fraud, and briefs and reports back findings to supervisors and management.

J. Assess and research information, using approved criteria, to determine its potential as evidence/intelligence to support objectives