Fraud & Risk

Job Description

Lafarge Plc. will be interviewing for this role during the Careers in Africa London Summit on the 18th and 19th of April 2024.
Fraud Risk investigates breaches of the Code of Business Conduct and ensures that Internal Control gaps observed in any investigation are closed. The Fraud risk manager co-ordinates the Fraud risk assessment of the entire business and ensures strict adherence to internal control standards as implemented in the country.
Fraud Risk is also responsible for overseeing all process audits instigated by the management team and reports findings to Head of Audit and Internal Control.
  • Oversees process audit and fraud investigation functions in Nigeria
  • Develops and implements Audit plans to strengthen the operations at all locations in Nigeria.
  • Assists in ensuring compliance with the Group compliance team and support in training and creating awareness on compliance for Nigeria stakeholders.
  • Support the Internal Control team in internal control design, implementation and management through Head of Audit and Internal Control.
  • Ensures implementation of agreed Internal Control recommendations.
  • Assess Fraud Risk environment using risk based approach and monitoring and develops Fraud mitigation plan
  • Coordinates investigations as initiated by the Group Investigation and/or Head of Audit and Internal Control.
  • Maintains the fraud register for the business and follow up implementation of action plans
  • This list of responsibilities is not exhaustive and the job holder may be required to perform duties outside of this as operationally required
  • Competitive pay
  • Financial support for adjustment in Nigeria
  • Health Insurance for you and 4 dependents
  • Training opportunities – local and global

Personal Specification

  • Relevant bachelor’s degree from an accredited university
  • Relevant Professional Qualification (ACCA, ICAN, IIA, CFE, etc)
  • Minimum of 5 years of relevant job experience, preferably in an internal audit/investigation function
  • Solid understanding of Manufacturing policies and procedures including best practices and relevant Internal Control Standards
  • A knowledge of performing Fraud Risk Assessment
  • An ability to gather, analySe and evaluate facts and to prepare and present concise oral and written reports
  • An ability to maintain current knowledge of developments related to business matters of interest including policy changes
  • An ability to establish and retain effective working relationships with other staff and to communicate clearly and effectively, both orally and in writing
  • An ability to identify areas of risk/weak control, develop action plans and drive closure through Business Process Owners and Internal Control Managers
  • Be able to attend the recruitment Summit in London on either the 18th or 19th of April 2024



Construction, Heavy Goods Manufacturing and Aggregates




Job Level

Mid-Senior Level