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Director, Global Anti-Corruption Programme (WV-ACTS)


*Position location to be determined by home country of successful candidate within a jurisdiction (country or U.S. State) where WVI is registered to operate.


The Director of the Anti-Corruption Training Series (ACTS) is responsible for driving the overall strategic direction and day-to-day management oversight and accountability of the global anti-corruption programme. Leadership, oversight and management responsibilities are required to ensure the ACTS Programme continues to deliver value and benefits to the Partnership. This position must function as a credible anti-corruption expert with the ability to understand root causes of corrupt behavior, raise awareness of corruption through global all-staff training and effectively manage incidents of financial fraud. The position must also have demonstrated skills to effectively influence and communicate

with upper levels of management and executive leadership on fraud related issues, and raise awareness of corruption to all staff globally.


  • Drive overall strategic direction for World Vision Anti-corruption efforts aligned with board policy (dated Nov 8, 2012). Accountable for day-to-day smooth and efficient operations of the global anti-corruption efforts and ACTS training deployment. Build on existing platform of materials, resources and take to a global level (i.e. transition from a “finance” course to a global “all staff” mandatory training course.

Manage and deliver ACTS training, resources, communication, content and materials.

  • Currently 8 intensive modules, and one Executive module.

  • Develop annual “all-staff” (approx. 42k) high level on-line training course.

  • Additional modules to be developed in consultation with key stakeholders as new “issue types” emerge in the industry. These could include but are not limited to InfoSec fraud, off-shore accounts {Paradise Papers}, eBanking, etc.

  • Represent Finance on the Integrated Incident Management System (IIMS)/ Whistleblower governance group, manage finance incidents.

  • Maintain familiarity with global standards/ trends around fraud & corruption.

  • Collaborate internally with ERM, Audit, Accountability, Director of Compliance, Governance.


  • Graduate degree or equivalent required, CPA/CA preferred, but not required.

  • Minimum 5+ years working in a finance environment.

  • Deep understanding of corruption and fraudulent behavior, risk factors, mitigation techniques.

  • Solid background in training, both virtual and face2face.

  • Strategic thinking, critical thinking, leadership and ability to influence. Executive presence. Strong business acumen, project management skills a plus.

  • Demonstrated ability to lead high profile global initiatives, negotiate and influence others to act.

  • Demonstrated training skills.

  • Ability to effectively work across diverse stakeholder groups to achieve results.

  • Highly developed consultancy and influence skills.

  • Proven track record of working across cultures and in international contexts.

  • Ability to apply project management methods and processes to own, define, plan, implement and monitor plans/deliverables, costs, resources and quality.

  • Effective communication/presentation skills in order to facilitate activities and present information and concepts in a professional and learner focused manner.

  • Ability to manage own time and workload across multiple priorities.

  • Ability to remain calm, in control and good humored, even under pressure.

  • Demonstrated ability to remain flexible and embrace change.

  • Certified fraud examiner (CFE) essential.

Preferred Skills, Knowledge and Experience:

  • Planning and organizing skills.

  • Project management skills.

  • Strong communication skills.

  • Understanding of business needs and drivers and ability to deliver value added solutions.

  • Willingness, capacity and flexibility to travel internationally to address key stakeholder needs.

  • Demonstrates self-awareness and self-management to produce results.

  • Able to give direction and coaching.

  • Personal commitment to learning that manifests itself through investment in others.

  • Exhibits Godly character in how s/he relates to others, serves others, builds others up according to his/her needs and encourages others to do the same.

  • Experience working for an international non-profit organization.

  • Keen attention to details.

  • Ability to juggle multiple priorities without losing sight of overarching goals and objectives.

Work Environment/Travel:

  • The position requires ability and willingness to travel domestically and internationally up to 30% of the time.

  • Capacity to work virtually requiring flexibility in working hours over the range of WV time zones.