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Fraud Technology Consultant
Up to £42,000 + bonus
A top tier consultancy firm are seeking an analytical consultant with a passion for fraud and forensic technologies. Expect to be challenged across complex cases and doors opened to exceptional professional development.
This opportunity lies within a leading consultancy firm with global reach. Well-known and extremely well regarded, they continually attract high profile clients from across the financial services sector. They are currently growing an innovative technology team focusing on fraud and financial crime investigations. Involving anything from fraud to anti-bribery and corruption, the cases are incredibly interesting, challenging and exciting.
There is a great sense of mentorship and scope to learn from different industries. The company has a focus on flexible working and has won awards as a Top Employer for Working Families.
As a Senior Consultant, your role will involve:
YOUR SKILLS & EXPERIENCE
Up to £42,000
Access to world class development
HOW TO APPLY
Please register your interest by sending your CV to Rosalind Madge via the Apply link on this page
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