Director – Forensic | Health Ageing & Human Services (HAHS)
Who Are We ?
We’re specialists in Health, Ageing and Human Services. Our team bring sector experience and expertise across a range of different backgrounds including doctors, nurses, physiotherapists, mental health experts, economists, government advisors, finance experts, risk specialists, governance experts, policy advisors and technology specialists.
Our team all work to a common purpose, that is to “achieve better outcomes for the wellbeing of all Australians.” We work with all types of organisations operating in the sector to deliver on our common purpose, including hospitals and health care providers, community health services, children and family services, disability services, indigenous services, regulatory bodies, residential aged care providers, the aged care commissioner, social housing and homelessness support, and mental health, alcohol and drug services across government, private and non-government organisations
Forensics Practice, Audit Assurance and Risk Consulting
To assist organisations in the sector establish, rebuild and uphold their reputation, and make sustainable step-change in integrity, KPMG is seeking suitably qualified individuals to join their market leading Forensics practice in Melbourne and Sydney to focus on the health, ageing and human services sectors.
KPMG Forensic assists public and private sector clients to prevent, detect and respond to fraud, misconduct and other compliance issues as well as assisting with regulatory compliance and upholding utmost integrity. We help clients proactively protect their business by providing assistance where facts and figures do not agree, where behaviour does not align to expectations or where advice is required regarding regulatory requirements. Our range of services includes fraud and misconduct investigations, anti-bribery and corruption risk management, developing and implementing regulatory compliance frameworks, data analytics, forensic technology, dispute advisory services and corporate intelligence.
Our Melbourne and Sydney practice has an opportunity available for a Director to use their skills to make a difference in establishing and rebuilding the foundations of integrity across organisations operating in the health, ageing and human services sector. This is also an opportunity to expand your skills and gain exposure to a broad variety of clients in the health, ageing and human services sector.
As an accomplished Director you’ll work with extraordinary people who are passionate and courageous about supporting clients to meet and exceed their potential. You will:
- Advise KPMG clients on better practice in integrity frameworks, functions, methodologies and approaches.
- Demonstrate technical leadership and practical experience in integrity, fraud, forensic and regulatory compliance across the health, ageing and human services sectors.
- Employ business development activities to further expand our Forensic practice in the health, ageing and human services sector.
To be considered for this opportunity, your qualifications, skills & experience could include:
- A deep background, solid understanding and strong relationships in health, ageing and human services sector, either at the State or Commonwealth level, or with organisations operating in the sector.
- Practical experience with integrity functions, frameworks and methodologies, investigations, fraud risk and/or forensics.
- Strong leadership attributes and demonstrated experience in growing and leading a team.
- Strong interpersonal and relationship building skills.
- A willingness to coach the less experienced professionals in the team.
- Demonstrated experience in building relationships with senior executives.
At KPMG, we believe diversity of thought, background and unique experience strengthens relationships and delivers meaningful benefits to our people, our clients and communities.
At KPMG, we’re passionate about creating an inclusive workplace that promotes and values diversity. We believe that everyone’s unique experiences enable us to deliver meaningful benefits for our people, our clients and communities. We welcome and encourage applications from people of all backgrounds, ages, religions, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples, LGBTIQ+ people, those with a disability, women and people with a cultural or linguistically diverse background.
We embrace flexibility as a key principle to allow our people to manage the changing demands of work, personal and family life.
KPMG has a decade-long, proud commitment to Indigenous Australia, as demonstrated by the achievement of an Elevate level Reconciliation Action Plan. KPMG is a foundation member and Principal Partner of Pride in Diversity started in Australia by ACON and the Diversity Council of Australia, and is recognised in the Australian Workplace Equality Index(AWEI) which evaluates LGBTIQ+ inclusiveness in the workplace. KPMG Australia has been consistently recognised as an Employer of Choice in the Australian Government’s Workplace Gender Equality Agency(WGEA) annual index.
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