What You'll Do
Brings expert knowledge and experience of investigation processes, proven methodologies and techniques to the planning, management and investigations of allegations of suspected corruption, fraud or abuse of system controls and significant breaches of the Cisco Code of Business Conduct and other policies by serving Cisco employees. Work will include gathering evidence to high standards through systems examination, data collection and collation and interviewing. Supervision of more junior colleagues on a case by case basis will be required at this level as determined by the theatre manager/CCI Director.
- Manage and complete investigation tasks including forensic use of the suite of Cisco’s system tools either directly or through the management and direction of others.
- Take ownership of areas within investigations and pursue discussions with process owners of identified controls gaps to mitigate against repeated breaches; documenting and handing off to process owners and GRC internal audit.
- Complete documentation of investigation cases using electronic management tool and report investigation findings.
- Communicate key issues and findings appropriately and timeously to theatre management and CCI Director, where necessary by way of summary briefing papers for executive discussion.
- Proactively consider and communicate root cause findings for frauds etc. investigated.
- Proactively foster wide working relationships with members of other teams within Cisco (e.g. GRC; HR; Sales; Legal; Brand Protection; Customer Services, Finance).
- Take part in pro-active fraud risk assessment communications with key process owners to mitigate fraud attack and raise fraud awareness.
- Communicate and liaise regularly as part of the investigations team to share best practice and lessons learned on specific investigations.
- Actively participate and support as a member of the investigation team and wider CCI team on engagements and internal CCI global initiatives.
- Pursue professional and personal development opportunities including internal and external training.
- Participate in business discussions with the Cisco community to communicate the findings from casework and contribute to opportunities to educate others on relevant matters to investigation work and findings.
- Travel will be approximately 30-40%
Who You Are
- BS degree (or equivalent) and minimum of 7 years of related investigations experience; or
- CFE/CPA/MBA/LLB and minimum of 3 years of related experience
#WeAreCisco, where each person is unique, but we bring our talents to work as a team and make a difference powering an inclusive future for all.
We embrace digital, and help our customers implement change in their digital businesses. Some may think we’re "old" (36 years strong) and only about hardware, but we’re also a software company. And a security company. We even invented an intuitive network that adapts, predicts, learns and protects. No other company can do what we do - you can’t put us in a box!
But "Digital Transformation" is an empty buzz phrase without a culture that allows for innovation, creativity, and yes, even failure (if you learn from it.)
Day to day, we focus on the give and take. We give our best, give our egos a break, and give of ourselves (because giving back is built into our DNA.) We take accountability, bold steps, and take difference to heart. Because without diversity of thought and a dedication to equality for all, there is no moving forward.
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Please apply via https://jobs.cisco.com/jobs/ProjectDetail/Cisco-Compliance-Investigator/1367971