Forensic - 2024/25 Vacationer Program (Canberra)

  • Canberra
  • Deloitte
Job Requisition ID: 35217 Be part of Australia’s largest cohort of Vacationers – meaning you’ll have a community of other students to lean on and learn from! Build your skills on real client work and purpose led projects at some of Australia’s most significant organisations Join an organisation recognised for its commitment to diversity and wellbeing in the workplace and where making an impact that matters is our goal We won’t give you a career path – we’ll help you shape your own. It’s your time to explore and advance in the areas you find inspirational. Expect purpose, progression, and making an impact that matters. Your story is just beginning, and your green dot is what you make of it. Did you know Deloitte has a Forensic practice helping clients deal with real and ever-present threats such as program integrity, governance, fraud, corruption and money laundering? Who will you be working with? With clear and focused attention, our Forensic Solutions team help clients respond to and pre-empt threats like fraud, corruption and money laundering. We also have a practice which focuses on international development and security, this teams’ expertise is within the Pacific Region. As a part of the Financial Advisory family, our 100+ team is comprised of practitioners from all sorts of fields ranging from law enforcement and accounting through to forensic technology, business intelligence, and financial crime. A great example of a diverse team working collaboratively together towards a common goal. The work of this team contributes towards policy work affecting the lives of Australians. We help ensure that critical national programs are successfully delivered and reach those who truly need it. You can be working on significant matters such as:Program integrity (working with the largest, most critical and socially important programs delivered by the Federal Government) Royal Commissions International aid Strengthening security and justice Investigations Financial analysis Administrative law and policies International Development and Security If you have an aptitude for problem solving and inquisitive thinking, a Vacationer role in Forensic Solutions could be for you. What will your typical day look like? In this team where no two days are the same, you’ll be involved in: Nationally Important Programs: Be at the forefront and help ensure that the right people receive the services and benefits from the Federal Government Strategic Advisory: Advising clients on their strategic and operational posture for preventing, detecting and responding to issues of integrity, poor governance, serious non-compliance, fraud and corruption, both within Australia and the Pacific region. Investigations: Gather evidence by interrogating large data holdings, conducting financial analysis, interviewing witnesses and undertaking background searches. You will be working with colleagues from our forensic analytics and technology disciplines to crack the case! Forensic Accounting: Analyse and report on the financial aspects of complex accounting matters, and assess the quantum of loss or damage for investigations and disputes International Development and Security: Our Pacific Practice brings design and evaluation skills to help clients such as the Australian Federal Police and the Department of Foreign Affairs with their international aid programs. Enough about us, let’s talk about you. If have a degree from any of these schools, there is a role for you with us: Business/Commerce, Social Sciences, Economics, Information Technology/Systems, Law, Asia/Pacific Affairs, International Studies (including international development / relations) You’ll be a pragmatic, adaptable and a methodical thinker who: Is inquisitive and a natural problem-solver. You are someone who can think outside the box. Has well-developed analytical and critical thinking skills Has strong organisational skills and excellent attention to detail Is a great communicator with strong business writing skills An Australian Citizen (please note: Australian Residents/ New Zealand Citizens or those on a visa cannot be considered for roles in Canberra) Desirable qualities for the Pacific Practice Team: An interest in International Development Programs An understanding of Australia’s Aid and Development Programs Experience working with the Australian Government / NGO’s.