Fraud Investigation & Dispute Services Senior Manager
Title: Fraud Investigation & Dispute Services Senior Manager
Our Fraud Investigation and Dispute Services (FIDS) practice advises corporations and their outside legal counsel on complex business matters that involve financial, fraud and forensic investigations and economic damages arising from disputes pertaining to intellectual property infringement and other various matters. Ernst & Young is on the cutting-edge in current trends in fraud and forensic investigations and serves as a quality-focused liaison between our clients and the law. Our dynamic and talented group is currently seeking the right candidate for a career opportunity as a Senior Manager.
Oversee multiple projects encompassing various responsibilities, including: being in a position to testify; providing oversight of the engagement strategy/approach; overseeing client deliverables; preparing final reports and testimony; ensuring that the work product meets the client's needs; and assuming responsibility for engagement economics to achieve revenue goals. Be active in at least one professional organization.
Develop/maintain strong working relationships with key business decision makers. Collaborate to plan the engagement. Manage expectations of service. Successfully manage to the budget. Stay informed of the current litigation profession and business/economic developments relevant to the client's industry. Communicate/apply strategic objectives and policies.
Develop people. Successfully delegate to all levels of staff. Assume a leadership role in training, development, and instruction, and contribute to practice-wide recruiting efforts. Foster teamwork and innovative thinking.
Commit to developing knowledge. Use technology to continually learn, share knowledge with team members, and enhance service delivery.
Generate new business opportunities. Achieve growth by understanding EY's service lines and actively assessing/presenting opportunities for EY to provide quality services. Develop long-term relationships and networks.
To Qualify, Candidates Must Have
- a bachelor's degree and approximately 8 years of related work experience; or a master's degree and approximately 7 years of related work experience
- at least one professional designation (e.g., CPA, CFA, CFE), or be in the process of attaining one of these professional designations if you do not have a relevant master's degree
- in-depth litigation advisory experience, preferably as a manager or above with a professional services firm, a boutique firm, or a consumer and industrial products organization
- demonstrated business development and client service skills; the ability to lead in business, client management, communications and practice development
- demonstrated ability to manage large engagements, supervise/motivate staff, and prioritize projects
- strong financial, analytical, technical, and interpersonal skills
- excellent written and verbal communication skills
- substantial knowledge of PC-based tools, including databases (Access) and spreadsheets (Excel)