Honeywell Director, Fraud and Forensics in Charlotte, North Carolina
Honeywell is a Fortune 100 company with global sales surpassing $35B and has been one of Fortune’s Most Admired Companies for over a decade. Through innovation the Company brings together the physical and digital world to tackle some of the toughest societal and business problems – making the world a more productive, safe and sustainable place. The business is organized into five primary groups: Aerospace, Buildings, Performance Materials and Technologies; Safety and Productivity Solutions; and the Connected Enterprise. Honeywell specializes in things that are critically connected - beyond smart phones and laptops, we make the kinds of connections that keep cities working, planes flying, plants running, and workers safe. Our unique capabilities, over a century in the making, brings together data, domain expertise, and technology to connect people, processes, and assets. Our solutions are built-on top of our world class IoT Platform, Honeywell Sentience. Customers count on us to make and manage their critical connections. The company is headquartered in Charlotte, NC.
At Honeywell, you’ll become a member of a global team as a Global Director, Fraud and Forensics, working to change the way we fly, fuel jets in an eco-friendly way, keep buildings smart and safe, and even make it possible to breathe on Mars – a team that is shaping the future. But working at Honeywell isn’t just about developing cool things – you’ll have access to dynamic career opportunities across different fields and industries. Honeywell Corporate Audit is a fast pace, high energy environment for young professionals and seasoned experts to develop purposefully problem-solving skills to some of our most complex challenges, while gaining cross-functional experience on the job and preparing you for success in the company. The Corporate Audit Leader (CAL) program is a training ground for tomorrows leaders in the company. As part of the program you will gain experience across multiple functions, and business units with exposure to the most senior leaders in the company.
WHAT YOU WILL DO.
Lead the execution of the Fraud Risk Assessment process as well as the tracking and monitoring of Key Fraud Indicators
Manage internal Fraud Audits covering Anti-Bribery and Corruption, Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) and other areas
Partner and coordinate with the Integrity and Compliance organization and the overall Anti-Corruption Compliance Program
Responsible for preparing and reviewing audit reports, presenting findings to senior management and legal, and recommending corrective action relating to control failures
Participate in the investigation of integrity hotline cases Lead special projects to continuously improve the Audit Department and support finance organization including acquisition support
Supervise staff members, assigning tasks, monitoring performance, and providing meaningful performance feedback
Provide leadership, mentorship, and development opportunities to assigned staff members, supporting a culture that promotes efficiency, customer service, and continuous quality improvement
Bachelor’s Degree in Law, Accounting, Finance, or Business Administration
Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE)
Big 4 forensic experience or large multi-national audit/risk/compliance experience
10+ years of overall experience
Experience in forensic accounting, internal controls/audit
Extensive exposure to pro-active and reactive forensic engagements in areas of financial statements fraud, misappropriation of assets, corruption and cyber
Extensive experience in data analytics
Extensive knowledge and experience in project management
Consulting experience, ACCA or CPA
Knowledge of US GAAP and internal audit standards
Honeywell is an equal opportunity employer. Qualified applicants will be considered without regard to age, race, creed, color, national origin, ancestry, marital status, affectional or sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, disability, nationality, sex, religion, or veteran status.