Manager, Forensic Audit; Global Audit Services

Position Description
Performs fact finding investigations/audits involving allegations of irregularities, fraud, corruption, and/or other violations by developing and executing
testing procedures; identifying and documenting control deficiencies or weaknesses; partnering with key stakeholders, including Legal, Ethics, Global
Investigations, Compliance, etc. to investigate irregularities and allegations that have been made; reviewing data for patterns and anomalies and
conducting electronic reviews of information; developing questions for, conducting, and summarizing interviews with identified parties; and providing
updates to key stakeholders on the progress of projects.
Communicates the results of investigations/audits, including control deficiencies or weaknesses, fraud matters, root causes, and recommendations to various stakeholders by creating executive reports that summarize procedures performed and findings from investigations/audits; supplementing legal reports with findings from investigations /audits; and tailoring the report to include relevant project background information, the description of the procedures used in the investigation, summarized interviews, and creation of necessary charts, etc., depending on the requirements of the project.
Contributes to the understanding of others by presenting forensic accounting and fraud related topics to others including the larger global Audit team;
raising forensic related information at formal and informal meetings to a variety of key stakeholders, as well as in one-on-one settings; and serving as
a knowledge expert by addressing forensic related questions posed by individuals in Audit or other parts of the global organization
Networks internally to build and maintain customer relationships with executives and colleagues from across the global organization by targeting high risk business units that need forensic accounting support; and gaining an understanding of their business and how the Audit team can help them.
Coordinates, completes, and oversees job-related activities and assignments by developing and maintaining relationships with key stakeholders;
supporting plans and initiatives to meet customer and business needs; identifying and communicating goals and objectives; building accountability for
and measuring progress in achieving results; identifying and addressing improvement opportunities; and demonstrating adaptability and promoting
continuous learning.
Provides supervision and development opportunities for associates by hiring and training; mentoring; assigning duties; providing recognition; and
ensuring diversity awareness.
Ensures compliance with company policies and procedures and supports company mission, values, and standards of ethics and integrity by
implementing related action plans; utilizing and supporting the Open Door Policy; and providing direction and guidance on applying these in executing
business processes and practices.
Minimum Qualifications
Bachelor's degree in Accounting, Finance, or business-related field.
4 years of experience in corporate investigations, internal audit, or business-related field.
Additional Preferred Qualifications
Master's degree in Business Administration (MBA), Accounting, Information Technology, Criminal Justice or related field.
1 year of project management experience.
2 years of consulting experience in forensic services ("investigations").
1 year of public accounting audit experience.
Financial certification or licensure (for example, Certified Public Accountant (CPA), Certified Internal Auditor (CIA), Certified Fraud Examiner
Spanish or Mandarin language fluency in addition to English language fluency.
Employment Type:
Full Time
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Company Summary
Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. (NYSE: WMT) serves customers and members more than 208 million times per week at more than 8,600 retail units under 59 different banners in 15 countries. With fiscal year 2010 sales of $405 billion, Wal-Mart employs more than 2 million associates worldwide.
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