CHIEF FINANCIAL INVESTIGATOR REF NO: RECRUIT 2024/02 (X4 POSTS)

Investigating Directorate
(Re-advert)
SALARY : R1 162 200 per annum (Level 13), (Total cost package)
CENTRE : Pretoria: Head Office
REQUIREMENTS : An appropriate B -degree or Advanced Diploma (NQF level 7) in one of the
following: Forensic Investigations, Forensic Auditing, Criminal Investigation or
equivalent. Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE) or Institute of Commercial Forensic
Practitioners (FP (SA)) accreditation. At least eight years minimum experience
with five years management experience. Demonstrable competency in acting
Independently, Professionally, Accountable and with Credibility. Strategic
capability and leadership. General management skills. People management
and empowerment. Administration skills. Communication written and verbal.
Planning and organizing skills. Customer focus and responsiveness. Problem
solving and decision-making skills. Knowledge of legislation and regulations
and regulations pertaining to public service administration specifically: The
Constitution of South Africa and the rights of suspects; Prevention of Organised
Crime Act 121 of 1988, with the emphasis on racketeering, money laundering
and asset forfeiture provisions; Minimum Information Security Standards
(MISS); Relevant provisions of the NPA Act, 32 of 1998; The Public Service Act
and Regulations; Access to Information Act; Justices of the Peace and
Commissioner of Oaths Act 16 of 1963; Prevention and Combating of Corrupt
Activities Act 12 of 2004; Protected Disclosures Act 26 of 2000; 10. Criminal
Procedure Act 51 of 1977. Knowledge of asset forfeiture law (National and
International). Know and understand the Law of Evidence in Civil Matters.
Know and understand the Law of Criminal Procedure. Knowledge of NPA and
NPS policies and procedures relevant to the job functions. General
Management skills. Understand direct and indirect methods of determining
income. Information management. Writing skills. Task/time management skills.
Strategic thinking. Conflict management. Interpersonal relations.
Communication. Planning. Analytics and the application of visual presentation
software to present data. Specialist/Professional. Research skills. Problem
Solving skills. Processing of digital forensic images through indexing, filtering,
collaboration, automation and data visual ID Case Management System.
Relevant MS office suite. Valid driver’s licence.
DUTIES : Provide strategic planning and implementation of financial investigations.
Coordinate and manage stakeholder relations in relations to financial
investigations. Manage national financial investigative projects and
administrative functions.
ENQUIRIES : Maureen Dibetle Tel No: (012) 845 7727
APPLICATIONS : email Recruit202402@npa.gov.za

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