Compliance Investigator

Job type:Permanent
Industry:Life Sciences
Expertise:Corporate Affairs & Government
Job published:6/9/2023
Job ID:V-39291-1

A Global Healthcare Business needs a Compliance Investigator. The position is based in Bangkok, Thailand. This role requires strong auditing and compliance experience, preferably from one of the Big 4 or a major Blue Chip company. Short-listed candidates will have a minimum of 5 years of experience in a similar role, with a a background in finance, accounting or law. 

If you match the qualifications for this role, please apply to find out more details. The compensation package is excellent. This role offers flexible hybrid working arrangements. This job is open to both Thai and foreign candidates.


  • Manage compliance investigations, including preliminary fact-finding, planning, interviewing staff, and financial analysis
  • Mentor and manage a team of local & national investigators, and educate the team about national and international compliance regulations
  • Manage the whistleblower hotline
  • Instill and foster a culture of compliance throughout the Group
  • Coordinate and liaise with senior stakeholders


  • At least 5 years of investigative experience working for a Big 4 or Blue-Chip international company
  • Ability to write clear, excellent investigative reports
  • Experience conducting high-level investigations in Southeast Asia
  • Passionate about tracking down bribery and corruption
  • University degree in finance, accounting, or law
  • Relevant compliance certifications (e.g., SCCE) is an advantage: ACFE, IIC, ACAMS
  • Strong communication and team-building leadership skills
  • Highly skilled at interviewing
  • Customer-service oriented
  • A diplomatic, calm & friendly demeanour, yet able to handle potential confrontation
  • Comfortable operating as part of a multicultural, diverse team
  • Highly resilient & adaptable
  • Excellent organisation and time management
  • A strong track record working independently, showing initiative, planning and good judgment