Director, Code of Business Conduct Investigations




Atlanta, GA


The Director of the Code of Business Conduct (COBC) at the Coca-Cola Company is a global role that leads and manages investigations into violations of the company's code of conduct. The ideal candidate should have a strong understanding of investigative procedures and forensic analysis. They should also be able to engage and collaborate cross-functionally with various stakeholders and have strong communication skills to be successful in the role.

Position Details:

Hybrid work schedule – 3 days per week in person and 2 days virtual

Individual contributor role – no direct reports

Location: Atlanta, Georgia

Key Responsibilities:

  • Investigative Leadership: Direct global investigations into allegations of violations to the Code of Business Conduct (COBC), ensuring adherence to legal requirements and company policies.
  • Develop and execute comprehensive investigative strategies, including fact-finding, data analysis, and electronic data forensics. Scale investigations from straightforward cases to complex issues with multifaceted financial, legal, and reputational implications.
  • Stakeholder Engagement: Build and maintain partnerships across diverse functions—including Human Resources, Strategic Security, and Legal—to promote fair, consistent, and regulation-compliant investigations. Facilitate transparent collaborations that respect local customs and legal frameworks.
  • Risk Management: Serve as an expert resource for compliance and investigative matters. Proactively identify potential risks and guide the company toward mitigation strategies. Strategic Communication: Relay investigation outcomes to key stakeholders, including the Ethics and Compliance Committee and senior executives. Represent COBC objectives and findings confidently and with the utmost discretion.

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  • Required Experience: Minimum of 10 years in multinational corporate investigations, with a history of ascending leadership roles demonstrating an expansive understanding of business operations and support functions.
  • Education: bachelor’s degree or comparable work experience in criminal justice, law, accounting, or audit. Alternative fields that cultivate a strong foundation in ethics and compliance are also welcomed.
  • Certifications and Specializations: Certification as a Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE) favored. Comparable certifications or a documented track record in corporate investigations are equally valued.


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