Our Corporate Investigation Services Group within the ALU Compliance Organization has opportunities for
Investigators to join our team. These positions will be located within the European, Middle East and Africa region
(EMEA); the Americas region with responsibility for investigations predominantly within the Caribbean and Latin
America (CALA); and in Shanghai, China with responsibility for investigations within the Asia Pacific Region.
The incumbent is responsible for planning, organizing and executing investigations for Corporate Investigation
Services and in support of the regions. In this role, the investigator will have responsibilities to act as a liaison with
other regional investigation personnel, compliance, legal and audit teams, as appropriate, with particular focus on
investigations, litigation and regional support. The investigator will be responsible for conducting and supporting
company wide investigations, including fraud, anti-corruption, suspected violations of company policy and the law.
Candidates must be experienced in computer forensic analysis and have the requisite language skills for the region:
EMEA – French and English; CALA – Spanish and English; APAC – Mandarin and English.
Individuals with the required skills should apply on-line at http://www.alcatel-lucent.com/wps/portal/careers
Job Number 12000007G4
Primary Responsibilities and Tasks
1. Perform adequate due diligence on all allegations assigned and determine if an investigation should be
2. Conduct investigations of alleged or suspected Financial Statement Fraud, Bribery & Corruption, violations of
Corporate Policy and law;
3. Perform or facilitate forensic analysis of e-mail, electronic files, etc; and conduct effective interviews;
4. Update the Company’s incident tracking reporting system with the status and outcome of all assigned allegations
5. Develop and execute plans for all investigations and document and communicate the results to line
3 to 5 years experience conducting extensive, complex, detailed and confidential investigations.
Bachelor's Degree, preferably in Accounting, Finance, Criminal Justice or the equivalent; higher-degreed
candidates are encouraged to apply.
Clearly demonstrates an advanced technical competency in the use of relevant technology and tools necessary
to perform the job; computer forensics, internet based investigations, data manipulation software and techniques.
Specifically has knowledge, experience and preferably certifications for AccessData’s Forensic Toolkit software –
FTK (ACE), and/or Encase Computer Forensics (EnCE), and/or others in execution of forensic investigations;
Ideally has knowledge of common Operating system environments, files systems, network intrusion and network
Possess professional certifications such as Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE), Certified Public Accountant (CPA),
Chartered Accountant (CA) Certified Internal Auditor (CIA), Certified Information Systems Security Professional
(CISSP), Certified Forensic Analyst (GCFA) (Preferred but not mandatory).
Law enforcement helpful, but not required.
Financial fraud investigation experience preferred.
Training and experience with interviewing techniques from professional organizations; e.g., the Reid Institute.
Demonstrates strong organizational skills (ability to appropriately anticipate resource needs, effectively
coordinates multiple assignments, is punctual, follows through on commitments, etc.).
Effectively interfaces with other relevant organizations (internal and external), as appropriate, to effectively
coordinate exchange of information and to leverage resources.
Effectively communicates schedule and ensures coverage of deliverables.
Ensures all appropriate documentation is completed in a timely and professional manner.
Overall Project Management, Cost Management and Time Management skills.
Demonstrates the ability to effectively assess business, compliance and security risks and then identify
appropriate actions, scope, resources and timeline.
Completes assignments compliant with the Company’s requirements.
Demonstrates the ability to present and communicate effectively and professionally with clients, team members,
Senior Management and external contacts, as appropriate.
Demonstrates knowledge and application of investigation skills, including the ability to conduct informational and
confrontational type interviews.
Demonstrates breadth of experience to effectively evaluate situations and to take the appropriate actions to
address the situation.
Ability to clearly document the results of an investigation in a report and to effectively provide verbal
communication of the status and results.
Ability to travel frequently and on short notice is required. Travel time is estimated at 50%.
Fluent in English and French languages are required for the EMEA position – Flexible as to position location
Fluent in English and Spanish languages are required for the CALA position. (Flexible as to position location
within North America or CALA)
Fluent in English and Mandarin is required for the APAC – China position. (Shanghai)