Manager / Assistant Manager / Senior Associate – Data Analytics

13 March 2020

Job title:
Contact: HR department


  • As a member of the forensic accounting & investigation team, execute data analytics procedures in investigation and litigation support assignments
  • Obtain relevant data sources from clients or target entities onsite to conduct data importing, processing and analysis procedures
  • Travel as necessary to perform fieldwork in securing relevant data sets and carrying out data analytics procedures
  • Deliver data analytics outcomes and present findings orally and in written form to team members, supervisors and clients
  • Assist and participate in other forensic investigation procedures, in particular forensic technology procedures, as appropriate


  • University degree with at least three years of hands-on data analytics experience
  • Data analytics experience in fraud detection and financial investigation required
  • SQL Server and data visualisation experience required
  • Experience with the full ETL process required
  • Practical experience in working with database/data sets required
  • R/Python experience preferred
  • Forensic technology knowledge/experience (data imaging, e-discovery) preferred
  • Proficiency in spoken and written English and Chinese (Cantonese and Mandarin) required
  • Excellent communication and presentation skills, a team player yet can work independently
  • Position offered will commensurate with the experience of the right candidate

Please send your application letter and resume to [email protected]

Notes to Job Applicants :

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