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Associate | Forensics & Financial Crime Analytics

PwC Australia - Melbourne, VIC

Banking & Finance
Source: uWorkin


Line of Service

Not Applicable

Fraud, Investigations & Regulatory Enforcement (FIRE)

Management Level

Job Description & Summary
With PwC, you’ll ignite a meaningful career while being supported by a flexible working culture, innovative learning and development opportunities and progressive policies and benefits, such as 18 weeks paid parental leave for mums, dads and foster carers (no minimum service!)

What will you create?

You’ll help Australian businesses, not-for-profits and governments create value and improve the way they work. From digitising healthcare, to creating smarter cities and igniting our start-up industry, together we build trust in society and solve important problems.

Consulting bring this to life by helping clients improve the way they operate, reduce costs, manage risks, leverage talent, or fundamentally change the way they do business. Your work here will help organisations of all shapes and sizes work smarter and grow faster.

As an Associate in our Forensics & Financial Crime Analytics team your impact will be seen by:

  • Using data analysis and a data driven approach to solve complex business problems relating to anti-money laundering, counter-terrorism financing, sanctions, fraud risk management and forensic investigations.
  • Effectively communicate findings from data analysis to advise clients on appropriate financial crime risk, compliance against regulatory requirements and governance frameworks.
  • Using data analytics tools (such as SQL, Python, Tableau, PowerBI, Alteryx etc.) to deliver crucial business insights and undertake root cause analysis.
  • Supporting the broader team in developing strategies to assist our clients in adapting to legal, regulatory and industry changes.
  • Supporting the development of proposals and presentations for prospective and current clients.
  • Building an inclusive and positive working environment across our national team.

About you

You have a background in financial crime risk, regulation, compliance or legal and:
  • Experience in using data analytics to solve practical business problems.
  • Are able to think commercially and to contribute to engagement delivery, practice development and thought leadership.
  • Have a mindset to anticipate client needs, as well as identify new opportunities to support our clients in executing their strategies.
  • Can demonstrate good team leadership attributes .
  • Are able to communicate with impact and enjoy building relationships with internal and external clients.

Financial services or a regulatory background would be beneficial in this role.

Passionate about being at the forefront of change, you’re ready to help our Consulting team deliver practical advice that speaks straight to the heart of client business issues and deliver innovative results.

You’re collaborative and enjoy working in an innovative environment. You’re a problem solver by nature and want to join a firm that values the kind of people who reimagine the possible for their clients and stakeholders. Most importantly, you act with integrity and show care for the people you work with.

Life at PwC

Our culture and benefits are something we’re proud of, and also why we’re consistently named as one of Australia’s best workplaces. With PwC, you’ll belong to an inclusive community where differences are both embraced and the underlying driver in everything we create together.

We empower you with the technology, coaching, flexibility and trust needed to make a meaningful difference, while supporting you in bringing your whole self to work each day. We’re committed to building and maintaining a diverse workforce because we know it’s only by working together that we can realise the potential of our people, clients and society around us.

We’re living this commitment through initiatives including our Reconciliation Action Plan to increase Indigenous employment and employee-led diversity networks promoting cultural, disability, LGBTI and gender equality. At our core we’re a people business, which means you’ll be supported not just in your professional development but your personal growth as well.

Steph Aldertonis the Recruitment Manager for the role. As the team experience high volumes of applications, we appreciate your patience to allow for a timely and fair process for all.

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Available for Work Visa Sponsorship?

Government Clearance Required?

Job Posting End Date
June 4, 2021