96 Forensic Investigator Positions


Location

Location People 25% Quartile Median 75% Quartile
Johannesburg 42 (44 %) R15,000 R19,000 R25,000
Cape Town 14 (15 %) R13,000 R15,000 R18,500
Durban 10 (10 %) R14,000 R14,075 R17,600
East London 4 (4 %) N/A* R18,000 N/A*
Bloemfontein 2 (2 %) N/A* R21,000 N/A*
Pretoria 16 (17 %) R11,000 R18,000 R24,761
Pietermaritzburg 2 (2 %) N/A* R25,000 N/A*
Port Elizabeth 3 (3 %) N/A* R30,000 N/A*
Nelspruit 2 (2 %) N/A* R17,092 N/A*
Kimberley 1 (1 %) N/A* R10,000 N/A*



Gender

Gender People 25% Quartile Median 75% Quartile
Female 30 (31 %) R10,000 R15,527 R19,000
Male 66 (69 %) R15,000 R19,256 R25,000



Race

Race People 25% Quartile Median 75% Quartile
White 30 (31 %) R18,000 R20,000 R25,000
Asian 8 (8 %) R12,000 R17,600 R20,000
Coloured 9 (9 %) R14,000 R15,000 R29,000
Not Entered 1 (1 %) N/A* R20,500 N/A*
Black 48 (50 %) R12,500 R17,092 R22,500

* There were too few people in this category to establish an accurate reading for the 25% and 75% Quartiles. Note! All salaries presented above are monthly salaries and reflect cost-to-company (CTC).

Most Common Skills

The most popular skills people in this job have are:

  • Report writing (69%)
  • Fraud Investigations (58%)
  • Investigations (53%)
  • Communication skills (Written & Verbal) (53%)
  • Forensic investigations (50%)
  • Investigation of crimes (48%)
  • Attention To Detail (47%)
  • Investigations & intelligence (43%)
  • Team player (42%)
  • Incident investigation (41%)
  • Loyal, dedicated, going the extra mile (40%)
  • Hard Working (38%)
  • Accountable and responsible (37%)
  • Ability To Work Independently (35%)
  • Team player and hard worker (33%)
  • Managerial Skills; supervisory skills (33%)
  • Investigation (32%)
  • Professional in my attitude and outlook (31%)
  • Good Problem resolving skills (30%)
  • Accuracy and attention to detail (29%)


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