Associate Directors shall be significantly involved in business development lead generation till closure.
They are expected to possess considerable client relationships which could lead to business opportunities.
They may be assigned a market /geography/ solution/ account or a set of clients for business development.
They shall be responsible for generating an agreed amount of revenue for the year
Proactively does sales oriented reporting during projects. These would include identifying possible business opportunities for various practices within the firm
Demonstrate in-depth technical capabilities and professional knowledge. Demonstrate ability to assimilate to new knowledge
Associate Directors would be leading 1-3 large projects at any time involving suspicions of fraud and misconduct by employees, management or third parties, as well as, fraudulent financial reporting on the part of management.
They shall be having teams report to them at a project level. Associate Directors have the responsibility of project execution and shall report to a director/partner on every project.
They shall be responsible for ensuring project profitability, quality as well as adherence to the agreed project plan
Help direct activities involving the tracing, identification and recovery of lost assets
Assist organizations in protecting value through the assessment of their risk and vulnerability to fraud and misconduct
Use a variety of diagnostic and forensic technology techniques to help determine key areas of risk and assess how well that risk is managed
Establish steps to test and help mitigate vulnerabilities to fraud and misconduct.
The candidate will drive the delivery of various engagements including undertaking status reviews, developing process frameworks for fraud monitoring systems (FMS), implementation methodology, training client personnel