Forensics Manager (Hybrid in Miami)

Miami, FL

  -  Development / Other Technologies  -  Direct Placement  -  Job ID: 23-71900

Job Title: Forensics Manager (local Hybrid in Miami)
Location:Hybrid – Miami, FL (Doral area) 3 days onsite
Duration:Direct Hire
Competitive Salary plus bonus
Must be Local 
Will Sponsor (No Reloc Assistance)

We are seeking a Forensics Manager to partner with various levels of management in investigating non-HESS (e.g., financial fraud) allegations to ensure that key business processes and controls are in place and operating effectively. The manager will also have to work across our multiple global brands in order to enhance operational effectiveness and efficiency of key controls and processes by identifying and leveraging best practices to reduce fraud. Will also apply technology-based solutions to information management and electronic-discovery demands, advise management on ways to mitigate risk, improve corporate compliance and key business processes.


  • Independently conduct global non-HESS (e.g., financial / corruption related) forensics investigations
  • This includes defining investigation approach, obtaining and reviewing financial transactions, conducting open-source information gathering on investigation subjects, conducting interviews and drafting investigation reports
  • Assist with the development of data analytic models to proactively identify potentially fraudulent activity
  • Assist with development of global fraud risk assessment and communication of lessons learned
  • Less than 25% shipboard travel likely
  • May need to occasionally travel to various global locations on short notice


  • Bachelor's degree in Accounting, Finance, Business or a related field; CPA or MBA preferred
  • Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE), CPA, and/or CIA
  • 5+ years of experience in Fraud Investigation, Internal Audit or equivalent with the Big Four accounting firm
  • Ability to analyze complex problems in order to identify common trends and solutions
  • Highly developed interviewing skills
  • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills; capable of working in a fast moving, global and complex organization
  • Inquisitive nature, resourceful, and an ability to seek out information
  • Ability to interact, negotiate and challenge management when necessary
  • Proficiency with data analytics tools (e.g., Tableau, Alteryx, etc.) and the desire to enhance skills (as needed)
  • Experience with forensics email/electronic file e-discovery tools (such as FTK and Relativity)
  • Experience with regulatory investigations, specifically with FCPA (Foreign Corrupt Practices Act) and sanctions screening / OFAC (Office of Foreign Assets Control)
  • Experience handling internal investigations of a highly confidential nature
  • Individual should be able to conduct internal investigations with integrity, objectivity, and fairness
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, including ability to communicate information to various job levels of the organization
  • Ability to manage multiple projects from start to completion and coordinate action plans
  • Self-disciplined and able to meet demanding timelines
  • Personal initiative and enthusiasm for success in a complex and challenging environment
  • In performing assigned investigations, the candidate must be able to determine the root cause (or possible casual factors) of the incident, including any internal control breakdown(s) that occurred
  • Assess the pervasiveness of the substantiated fraud across the organization
  • Identify and evaluate potential risk exposure resulting from fraudulent activity
  • Ascertain the culpability of the alleged perpetrator and determine reasonableness of disciplinary actions
  • Ensure any control deficiencies and/or control breakdowns identified are adequately addressed by management's action plans
  • Communication of lessons learned, including proactive discussions with management to increase fraud awareness and consideration of known/unknown risks that may impair the company's ability to safeguard assets
  • Assess the need for further audits or special projects based on investigative conclusions and the manifestation of risks identified



The range for this role's base salary is $100,000 – $130,000. Offers to selected candidates will be made on a fair and equitable basis, taking into account specific job-related skills and experience.