Published on

Jun 5, 2024

Published on

Jun 5, 2024

Published on

Jun 5, 2024

Published on

Jun 5, 2024

Fraud Investigation Analyst

Fraud Investigation Analyst

Fraud Investigation Analyst

Fraud Investigation Analyst

Full-time

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United States

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Remote

Full-time

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United States

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Remote

Full-time

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United States

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Remote

Full-time

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United States

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Remote

About the job

FICO (NYSE: FICO) is a leading global analytics software company, helping businesses in 100+ countries make better decisions. Join our world-class team today and fulfill your career potential!

“If you are excited by challenging, analytical, and autonomous work that makes a direct impact on the lives of individuals, our Fraud Analyst role may be exactly what you are looking for. Our Fraud Analysts work daily to analyze thousands of transactions to ‘catch the bad guys’ in the act of committing fraud. We have a strong, collaborative team of fraud professionals that are excited to teach you how to become a fraud expert as well,” -Sr Manager, Card Alert

What You’ll Contribute

Gather, organize, and analyze data as it pertains to case development using analytical, tracking, and data management tools.Research and maintain contact database of financial institution members.Interact with senior staff and customers to further develop cases, identify, and analyze points of compromise, and notify customers of potential risk.Work with team on detecting suspicious point of fraud activity using proprietary software, and identification of potential cases through the use of in-house tools to update and query the database of billions of transactions.


What We’re Seeking

Bachelor’s degree preferred.Ability to analyze data for patterns and trends and to take findings and communicate them in an effective manner.Demonstrates detailed orientation and organizational skills. Experience with Microsoft Office programs with an emphasis on MS Access.Database experience preferred. Must be willing to work core hours of 9:00am-6:00pm EST (Monday-Friday).Ability to work some rotating weekends and holidays.


Our Offer to You

An inclusive culture strongly reflecting our core values: Act Like an Owner, Delight Our Customers and Earn the Respect of Others.The opportunity to make an impact and develop professionally by leveraging your unique strengths and participating in valuable learning experiences.Highly competitive compensation, benefits and rewards programs that encourage you to bring your best every day and be recognized for doing so.An engaging, people-first work environment offering work/life balance, employee resource groups, and social events to promote interaction and camaraderie.The targeted base pay range for this role is: $52,000 to $72,000 with this range reflecting differences in candidate knowledge, skills and experience.


Why Make a Move to FICO?

At FICO, you can develop your career with a leading organization in one of the fastest-growing fields in technology today – Big Data analytics. You’ll play a part in our commitment to help businesses use data to improve every choice they make, using advances in artificial intelligence, machine learning, optimization, and much more.

FICO makes a real difference in the way businesses operate worldwide:

Credit Scoring — More than 90% of US credit decisions involve the FICO Score. Fraud Detection and Security — 4 billion payment cards globally are protected by FICO fraud systems. Lending — 3/4 of US mortgages are approved using the FICO Score.


Global trends toward digital transformation have created tremendous demand for FICO’s solutions, placing us among the world’s top 100 software companies by revenue. We help many of the world’s largest banks, insurers, retailers, telecommunications providers and other firms reach a new level of success. Our success is dependent on really talented people – just like you – who thrive on the collaboration and innovation that’s nurtured by a diverse and inclusive environment. We’ll provide the support you need, while ensuring you have the freedom to develop your skills and grow your career. Join FICO and help change the way business thinks!

Learn more about how you can fulfil your potential at www.fico.com/Careers

FICO promotes a culture of inclusion and seeks to attract a diverse set of candidates for each job opportunity. We are an equal employment opportunity employer and we’re proud to offer employment and advancement opportunities to all candidates without regard to race, color, ancestry, religion, sex, national origin, pregnancy, sexual orientation, age, citizenship, marital status, disability, gender identity or Veteran status. Research has shown that women and candidates from underrepresented communities may not apply for an opportunity if they don’t meet all stated qualifications. While our qualifications are clearly related to role success, each candidate’s profile is unique and strengths in certain skill and/or experience areas can be equally effective. If you believe you have many, but not necessarily all, of the stated qualifications we encourage you to apply.

Information submitted with your application is subject to the FICO Privacy policy at https://www.fico.com/en/privacy-policy

About the job

FICO (NYSE: FICO) is a leading global analytics software company, helping businesses in 100+ countries make better decisions. Join our world-class team today and fulfill your career potential!

“If you are excited by challenging, analytical, and autonomous work that makes a direct impact on the lives of individuals, our Fraud Analyst role may be exactly what you are looking for. Our Fraud Analysts work daily to analyze thousands of transactions to ‘catch the bad guys’ in the act of committing fraud. We have a strong, collaborative team of fraud professionals that are excited to teach you how to become a fraud expert as well,” -Sr Manager, Card Alert

What You’ll Contribute

Gather, organize, and analyze data as it pertains to case development using analytical, tracking, and data management tools.Research and maintain contact database of financial institution members.Interact with senior staff and customers to further develop cases, identify, and analyze points of compromise, and notify customers of potential risk.Work with team on detecting suspicious point of fraud activity using proprietary software, and identification of potential cases through the use of in-house tools to update and query the database of billions of transactions.


What We’re Seeking

Bachelor’s degree preferred.Ability to analyze data for patterns and trends and to take findings and communicate them in an effective manner.Demonstrates detailed orientation and organizational skills. Experience with Microsoft Office programs with an emphasis on MS Access.Database experience preferred. Must be willing to work core hours of 9:00am-6:00pm EST (Monday-Friday).Ability to work some rotating weekends and holidays.


Our Offer to You

An inclusive culture strongly reflecting our core values: Act Like an Owner, Delight Our Customers and Earn the Respect of Others.The opportunity to make an impact and develop professionally by leveraging your unique strengths and participating in valuable learning experiences.Highly competitive compensation, benefits and rewards programs that encourage you to bring your best every day and be recognized for doing so.An engaging, people-first work environment offering work/life balance, employee resource groups, and social events to promote interaction and camaraderie.The targeted base pay range for this role is: $52,000 to $72,000 with this range reflecting differences in candidate knowledge, skills and experience.


Why Make a Move to FICO?

At FICO, you can develop your career with a leading organization in one of the fastest-growing fields in technology today – Big Data analytics. You’ll play a part in our commitment to help businesses use data to improve every choice they make, using advances in artificial intelligence, machine learning, optimization, and much more.

FICO makes a real difference in the way businesses operate worldwide:

Credit Scoring — More than 90% of US credit decisions involve the FICO Score. Fraud Detection and Security — 4 billion payment cards globally are protected by FICO fraud systems. Lending — 3/4 of US mortgages are approved using the FICO Score.


Global trends toward digital transformation have created tremendous demand for FICO’s solutions, placing us among the world’s top 100 software companies by revenue. We help many of the world’s largest banks, insurers, retailers, telecommunications providers and other firms reach a new level of success. Our success is dependent on really talented people – just like you – who thrive on the collaboration and innovation that’s nurtured by a diverse and inclusive environment. We’ll provide the support you need, while ensuring you have the freedom to develop your skills and grow your career. Join FICO and help change the way business thinks!

Learn more about how you can fulfil your potential at www.fico.com/Careers

FICO promotes a culture of inclusion and seeks to attract a diverse set of candidates for each job opportunity. We are an equal employment opportunity employer and we’re proud to offer employment and advancement opportunities to all candidates without regard to race, color, ancestry, religion, sex, national origin, pregnancy, sexual orientation, age, citizenship, marital status, disability, gender identity or Veteran status. Research has shown that women and candidates from underrepresented communities may not apply for an opportunity if they don’t meet all stated qualifications. While our qualifications are clearly related to role success, each candidate’s profile is unique and strengths in certain skill and/or experience areas can be equally effective. If you believe you have many, but not necessarily all, of the stated qualifications we encourage you to apply.

Information submitted with your application is subject to the FICO Privacy policy at https://www.fico.com/en/privacy-policy

About the job

FICO (NYSE: FICO) is a leading global analytics software company, helping businesses in 100+ countries make better decisions. Join our world-class team today and fulfill your career potential!

“If you are excited by challenging, analytical, and autonomous work that makes a direct impact on the lives of individuals, our Fraud Analyst role may be exactly what you are looking for. Our Fraud Analysts work daily to analyze thousands of transactions to ‘catch the bad guys’ in the act of committing fraud. We have a strong, collaborative team of fraud professionals that are excited to teach you how to become a fraud expert as well,” -Sr Manager, Card Alert

What You’ll Contribute

Gather, organize, and analyze data as it pertains to case development using analytical, tracking, and data management tools.Research and maintain contact database of financial institution members.Interact with senior staff and customers to further develop cases, identify, and analyze points of compromise, and notify customers of potential risk.Work with team on detecting suspicious point of fraud activity using proprietary software, and identification of potential cases through the use of in-house tools to update and query the database of billions of transactions.


What We’re Seeking

Bachelor’s degree preferred.Ability to analyze data for patterns and trends and to take findings and communicate them in an effective manner.Demonstrates detailed orientation and organizational skills. Experience with Microsoft Office programs with an emphasis on MS Access.Database experience preferred. Must be willing to work core hours of 9:00am-6:00pm EST (Monday-Friday).Ability to work some rotating weekends and holidays.


Our Offer to You

An inclusive culture strongly reflecting our core values: Act Like an Owner, Delight Our Customers and Earn the Respect of Others.The opportunity to make an impact and develop professionally by leveraging your unique strengths and participating in valuable learning experiences.Highly competitive compensation, benefits and rewards programs that encourage you to bring your best every day and be recognized for doing so.An engaging, people-first work environment offering work/life balance, employee resource groups, and social events to promote interaction and camaraderie.The targeted base pay range for this role is: $52,000 to $72,000 with this range reflecting differences in candidate knowledge, skills and experience.


Why Make a Move to FICO?

At FICO, you can develop your career with a leading organization in one of the fastest-growing fields in technology today – Big Data analytics. You’ll play a part in our commitment to help businesses use data to improve every choice they make, using advances in artificial intelligence, machine learning, optimization, and much more.

FICO makes a real difference in the way businesses operate worldwide:

Credit Scoring — More than 90% of US credit decisions involve the FICO Score. Fraud Detection and Security — 4 billion payment cards globally are protected by FICO fraud systems. Lending — 3/4 of US mortgages are approved using the FICO Score.


Global trends toward digital transformation have created tremendous demand for FICO’s solutions, placing us among the world’s top 100 software companies by revenue. We help many of the world’s largest banks, insurers, retailers, telecommunications providers and other firms reach a new level of success. Our success is dependent on really talented people – just like you – who thrive on the collaboration and innovation that’s nurtured by a diverse and inclusive environment. We’ll provide the support you need, while ensuring you have the freedom to develop your skills and grow your career. Join FICO and help change the way business thinks!

Learn more about how you can fulfil your potential at www.fico.com/Careers

FICO promotes a culture of inclusion and seeks to attract a diverse set of candidates for each job opportunity. We are an equal employment opportunity employer and we’re proud to offer employment and advancement opportunities to all candidates without regard to race, color, ancestry, religion, sex, national origin, pregnancy, sexual orientation, age, citizenship, marital status, disability, gender identity or Veteran status. Research has shown that women and candidates from underrepresented communities may not apply for an opportunity if they don’t meet all stated qualifications. While our qualifications are clearly related to role success, each candidate’s profile is unique and strengths in certain skill and/or experience areas can be equally effective. If you believe you have many, but not necessarily all, of the stated qualifications we encourage you to apply.

Information submitted with your application is subject to the FICO Privacy policy at https://www.fico.com/en/privacy-policy

About the job

FICO (NYSE: FICO) is a leading global analytics software company, helping businesses in 100+ countries make better decisions. Join our world-class team today and fulfill your career potential!

“If you are excited by challenging, analytical, and autonomous work that makes a direct impact on the lives of individuals, our Fraud Analyst role may be exactly what you are looking for. Our Fraud Analysts work daily to analyze thousands of transactions to ‘catch the bad guys’ in the act of committing fraud. We have a strong, collaborative team of fraud professionals that are excited to teach you how to become a fraud expert as well,” -Sr Manager, Card Alert

What You’ll Contribute

Gather, organize, and analyze data as it pertains to case development using analytical, tracking, and data management tools.Research and maintain contact database of financial institution members.Interact with senior staff and customers to further develop cases, identify, and analyze points of compromise, and notify customers of potential risk.Work with team on detecting suspicious point of fraud activity using proprietary software, and identification of potential cases through the use of in-house tools to update and query the database of billions of transactions.


What We’re Seeking

Bachelor’s degree preferred.Ability to analyze data for patterns and trends and to take findings and communicate them in an effective manner.Demonstrates detailed orientation and organizational skills. Experience with Microsoft Office programs with an emphasis on MS Access.Database experience preferred. Must be willing to work core hours of 9:00am-6:00pm EST (Monday-Friday).Ability to work some rotating weekends and holidays.


Our Offer to You

An inclusive culture strongly reflecting our core values: Act Like an Owner, Delight Our Customers and Earn the Respect of Others.The opportunity to make an impact and develop professionally by leveraging your unique strengths and participating in valuable learning experiences.Highly competitive compensation, benefits and rewards programs that encourage you to bring your best every day and be recognized for doing so.An engaging, people-first work environment offering work/life balance, employee resource groups, and social events to promote interaction and camaraderie.The targeted base pay range for this role is: $52,000 to $72,000 with this range reflecting differences in candidate knowledge, skills and experience.


Why Make a Move to FICO?

At FICO, you can develop your career with a leading organization in one of the fastest-growing fields in technology today – Big Data analytics. You’ll play a part in our commitment to help businesses use data to improve every choice they make, using advances in artificial intelligence, machine learning, optimization, and much more.

FICO makes a real difference in the way businesses operate worldwide:

Credit Scoring — More than 90% of US credit decisions involve the FICO Score. Fraud Detection and Security — 4 billion payment cards globally are protected by FICO fraud systems. Lending — 3/4 of US mortgages are approved using the FICO Score.


Global trends toward digital transformation have created tremendous demand for FICO’s solutions, placing us among the world’s top 100 software companies by revenue. We help many of the world’s largest banks, insurers, retailers, telecommunications providers and other firms reach a new level of success. Our success is dependent on really talented people – just like you – who thrive on the collaboration and innovation that’s nurtured by a diverse and inclusive environment. We’ll provide the support you need, while ensuring you have the freedom to develop your skills and grow your career. Join FICO and help change the way business thinks!

Learn more about how you can fulfil your potential at www.fico.com/Careers

FICO promotes a culture of inclusion and seeks to attract a diverse set of candidates for each job opportunity. We are an equal employment opportunity employer and we’re proud to offer employment and advancement opportunities to all candidates without regard to race, color, ancestry, religion, sex, national origin, pregnancy, sexual orientation, age, citizenship, marital status, disability, gender identity or Veteran status. Research has shown that women and candidates from underrepresented communities may not apply for an opportunity if they don’t meet all stated qualifications. While our qualifications are clearly related to role success, each candidate’s profile is unique and strengths in certain skill and/or experience areas can be equally effective. If you believe you have many, but not necessarily all, of the stated qualifications we encourage you to apply.

Information submitted with your application is subject to the FICO Privacy policy at https://www.fico.com/en/privacy-policy

About Company

FICO (NYSE: FICO) powers decisions that help people and businesses around the world prosper. Founded in 1956, the company is a pioneer in the use of predictive analytics and data science to improve operational decisions. FICO holds more than 200 US and foreign patents on technologies that increase profitability, customer satisfaction and growth for businesses in financial services, insurance, telecommunications, health care, retail and many other industries. Using FICO solutions, businesses in more than 100 countries do everything from protecting 4 billion payment cards from fraud, to improving financial inclusion, to increasing supply chain resiliency. The FICO® Score, used by 90% of top US lenders, is the standard measure of consumer credit risk in the US and has been made available in over 40 other countries, improving risk management, credit access and transparency. Learn more at www.fico.com.

Total Employees

3

Company 2-Year Growth

0%

Median Employee Tenure

6.3 years

Because no one goes to school
for fighting fraud.