Published on

Mar 21, 2024

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Mar 21, 2024

Fraud Project Analyst- Travel & Expense

Fraud Project Analyst- Travel & Expense

Fraud Project Analyst- Travel & Expense

Fraud Project Analyst- Travel & Expense

Full-time

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Chicago, IL

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On-site

Full-time

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Chicago, IL

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On-site

Full-time

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Chicago, IL

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On-site

Full-time

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Chicago, IL

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On-site

About the job

TransUnion's Job Applicant Privacy Notice

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What We'll Bring

At TransUnion, we strive to build an environment where our associates are in the driver’s seat of their professional development, while having access to help along the way. We encourage everyone to pursue passions and take ownership of their careers. With the support of colleagues and mentors, our associates are given the tools needed to get where they want to go. Regardless of job titles, our associates have the opportunity to learn new things and be a leader every day.

Come be a part of our team – you’ll work with great people, pioneering products and cutting-edge technology.

This role will contribute to the identification of internal fraud, abuse, waste and various policy violations, while making recommendations on operational improvements. Ultimately, this role will seek to reduce internal risk for TransUnion.

The current need is for a Project Analyst to implement and run a formal Travel & Expense (“T&E”) fraud detection program in collaboration with other relevant internal functions, with the long-term goal of running the T&E program while scoping and developing additional fraud detection projects where there are other areas of internal fraud risk.

What You'll Bring

  • Bachelor’s degree

  • 7+ years experience with 5 years of program or project management experience involving data analytics in a corporate setting

  • Strong analytical, fact-finding and evidence gathering skills

  • This is a hybrid position and involves regular performance of job responsibilities virtually as well as in-person at an assigned TransUnion office location for a minimum of two days a week.


We'd Love To See

  • Advanced Excel skills and/or experience with statistical software like IBM SPSS is a plus

  • Experience communicating with senior leadership, providing performance metrics, and articulating progress and value of work

  • CFE, CCEP, CRCM, CIA, or ACAMS designation a plus. PMP certification a plus.


Impact You'll Make

  • With minimal supervision, leading the development and execution of TransUnion’s corporate Travel and Expense (“T&E”) program within the US and globally. Articulating the program’s objectives, scope and value to the broader organization, including cross-functional and executive level stakeholders.

  • Working cross-functionally with the Finance Department and other relevant teams, on creating and implementing a process that will allow for the proactive monitoring, identification, and investigation of T&E fraud.

  • Developing CID’s process around investigating instances of potential T&E fraud. Drafting related process documentation and implementing the T&E investigative process across the CID organization. This will require training the investigative team, as well as operational members within the Finance Department.

  • Working closely with Finance, Compliance Business Systems and CID leadership to identify what components of T&E activity should be handled by the Finance team, what components should be handled by CID, and defining a process for escalation from the Finance team to CID. With limited supervision, working cross-functionally and gaining consensus on division of responsibilities and related processes.

  • Identifying and incorporating industry best practices around identifying T&E fraud and conducting effective T&E investigations. This will include making sense of a large set of T&E data by identifying meaningful risk factors, staying updated as internal fraud activity shifts and it may require seeking external industry expertise.

  • Addressing T&E related policy gaps, providing edits and recommendations around policies that impact the investigation of T&E activity. Flagging and escalating to senior leadership process gaps that could leave TU vulnerable to T&E fraud and/or other significant non-compliance.

  • Moving initiatives forward by working with CID leadership in garnering support from executive level stakeholders, within and outside of the Risk & Compliance organization.

  • Developing meaningful metrics that accurately capture and communicate the T&E program’s output, in alignment with the global internal investigations’ dashboard.


In addition to the above T&E program responsibilities, this role will be responsible for:


  • Conducting analysis and making recommendations related to additional internal data with the goal of identifying and prioritizing projects and programs that will proactively identify internal fraud. This may include gifts and entertainment related information, conflicts of interest data and vendor activity.

  • Assisting with developing and supporting the generation of metrics across the larger organization, including the global Internal Investigations Program and the Whistleblower Helpline program, among others. Potential responsibilities include leading a high visibility quarterly project for reporting to TransUnion’s Board of Directors.

  • Assisting with additional ad hoc projects and policy updates, as needed.


Benefits

TransUnion provides flexible benefits including flexible time off for exempt associates, paid time off for non-exempt associates, tuition reimbursement, additional (following any short-term disability) 10 weeks of parental leave with gradual return, adoption assistance, fertility coverage, spousal and domestic partner benefits, charity gift matching, employee stock purchase plan, retirement contributions with employer match, organizational growth potential through our online learning platform with guided career tracks, and access to TransUnion’s Employee Resource Groups.

We are committed to being a place where diversity is not only present, it is embraced. As an equal opportunity employer, all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability status, veteran status, genetic information, marital status, citizenship status, sexual orientation, gender identity or any other characteristic protected by law.

Pay Scale Information

The salary range for this position is $95,105.00 - $156,000.00. *The salary range for this position reflects the general range of compensation for this job and does not include our bonus incentive(s). This position is eligible for bonus incentive(s). At TransUnion, actual compensation is based on careful consideration of additional factors such as (but not limited to) an individual’s education, training, work experience, job-related skill set, industry knowledge, as well as the scope and responsibilities of the position, and market considerations.

TransUnion's Internal Job Title

Sr Consultant, Corporate Investigations

About the job

TransUnion's Job Applicant Privacy Notice

Personal Information We Collect

Your Privacy Choices

What We'll Bring

At TransUnion, we strive to build an environment where our associates are in the driver’s seat of their professional development, while having access to help along the way. We encourage everyone to pursue passions and take ownership of their careers. With the support of colleagues and mentors, our associates are given the tools needed to get where they want to go. Regardless of job titles, our associates have the opportunity to learn new things and be a leader every day.

Come be a part of our team – you’ll work with great people, pioneering products and cutting-edge technology.

This role will contribute to the identification of internal fraud, abuse, waste and various policy violations, while making recommendations on operational improvements. Ultimately, this role will seek to reduce internal risk for TransUnion.

The current need is for a Project Analyst to implement and run a formal Travel & Expense (“T&E”) fraud detection program in collaboration with other relevant internal functions, with the long-term goal of running the T&E program while scoping and developing additional fraud detection projects where there are other areas of internal fraud risk.

What You'll Bring

  • Bachelor’s degree

  • 7+ years experience with 5 years of program or project management experience involving data analytics in a corporate setting

  • Strong analytical, fact-finding and evidence gathering skills

  • This is a hybrid position and involves regular performance of job responsibilities virtually as well as in-person at an assigned TransUnion office location for a minimum of two days a week.


We'd Love To See

  • Advanced Excel skills and/or experience with statistical software like IBM SPSS is a plus

  • Experience communicating with senior leadership, providing performance metrics, and articulating progress and value of work

  • CFE, CCEP, CRCM, CIA, or ACAMS designation a plus. PMP certification a plus.


Impact You'll Make

  • With minimal supervision, leading the development and execution of TransUnion’s corporate Travel and Expense (“T&E”) program within the US and globally. Articulating the program’s objectives, scope and value to the broader organization, including cross-functional and executive level stakeholders.

  • Working cross-functionally with the Finance Department and other relevant teams, on creating and implementing a process that will allow for the proactive monitoring, identification, and investigation of T&E fraud.

  • Developing CID’s process around investigating instances of potential T&E fraud. Drafting related process documentation and implementing the T&E investigative process across the CID organization. This will require training the investigative team, as well as operational members within the Finance Department.

  • Working closely with Finance, Compliance Business Systems and CID leadership to identify what components of T&E activity should be handled by the Finance team, what components should be handled by CID, and defining a process for escalation from the Finance team to CID. With limited supervision, working cross-functionally and gaining consensus on division of responsibilities and related processes.

  • Identifying and incorporating industry best practices around identifying T&E fraud and conducting effective T&E investigations. This will include making sense of a large set of T&E data by identifying meaningful risk factors, staying updated as internal fraud activity shifts and it may require seeking external industry expertise.

  • Addressing T&E related policy gaps, providing edits and recommendations around policies that impact the investigation of T&E activity. Flagging and escalating to senior leadership process gaps that could leave TU vulnerable to T&E fraud and/or other significant non-compliance.

  • Moving initiatives forward by working with CID leadership in garnering support from executive level stakeholders, within and outside of the Risk & Compliance organization.

  • Developing meaningful metrics that accurately capture and communicate the T&E program’s output, in alignment with the global internal investigations’ dashboard.


In addition to the above T&E program responsibilities, this role will be responsible for:


  • Conducting analysis and making recommendations related to additional internal data with the goal of identifying and prioritizing projects and programs that will proactively identify internal fraud. This may include gifts and entertainment related information, conflicts of interest data and vendor activity.

  • Assisting with developing and supporting the generation of metrics across the larger organization, including the global Internal Investigations Program and the Whistleblower Helpline program, among others. Potential responsibilities include leading a high visibility quarterly project for reporting to TransUnion’s Board of Directors.

  • Assisting with additional ad hoc projects and policy updates, as needed.


Benefits

TransUnion provides flexible benefits including flexible time off for exempt associates, paid time off for non-exempt associates, tuition reimbursement, additional (following any short-term disability) 10 weeks of parental leave with gradual return, adoption assistance, fertility coverage, spousal and domestic partner benefits, charity gift matching, employee stock purchase plan, retirement contributions with employer match, organizational growth potential through our online learning platform with guided career tracks, and access to TransUnion’s Employee Resource Groups.

We are committed to being a place where diversity is not only present, it is embraced. As an equal opportunity employer, all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability status, veteran status, genetic information, marital status, citizenship status, sexual orientation, gender identity or any other characteristic protected by law.

Pay Scale Information

The salary range for this position is $95,105.00 - $156,000.00. *The salary range for this position reflects the general range of compensation for this job and does not include our bonus incentive(s). This position is eligible for bonus incentive(s). At TransUnion, actual compensation is based on careful consideration of additional factors such as (but not limited to) an individual’s education, training, work experience, job-related skill set, industry knowledge, as well as the scope and responsibilities of the position, and market considerations.

TransUnion's Internal Job Title

Sr Consultant, Corporate Investigations

About the job

TransUnion's Job Applicant Privacy Notice

Personal Information We Collect

Your Privacy Choices

What We'll Bring

At TransUnion, we strive to build an environment where our associates are in the driver’s seat of their professional development, while having access to help along the way. We encourage everyone to pursue passions and take ownership of their careers. With the support of colleagues and mentors, our associates are given the tools needed to get where they want to go. Regardless of job titles, our associates have the opportunity to learn new things and be a leader every day.

Come be a part of our team – you’ll work with great people, pioneering products and cutting-edge technology.

This role will contribute to the identification of internal fraud, abuse, waste and various policy violations, while making recommendations on operational improvements. Ultimately, this role will seek to reduce internal risk for TransUnion.

The current need is for a Project Analyst to implement and run a formal Travel & Expense (“T&E”) fraud detection program in collaboration with other relevant internal functions, with the long-term goal of running the T&E program while scoping and developing additional fraud detection projects where there are other areas of internal fraud risk.

What You'll Bring

  • Bachelor’s degree

  • 7+ years experience with 5 years of program or project management experience involving data analytics in a corporate setting

  • Strong analytical, fact-finding and evidence gathering skills

  • This is a hybrid position and involves regular performance of job responsibilities virtually as well as in-person at an assigned TransUnion office location for a minimum of two days a week.


We'd Love To See

  • Advanced Excel skills and/or experience with statistical software like IBM SPSS is a plus

  • Experience communicating with senior leadership, providing performance metrics, and articulating progress and value of work

  • CFE, CCEP, CRCM, CIA, or ACAMS designation a plus. PMP certification a plus.


Impact You'll Make

  • With minimal supervision, leading the development and execution of TransUnion’s corporate Travel and Expense (“T&E”) program within the US and globally. Articulating the program’s objectives, scope and value to the broader organization, including cross-functional and executive level stakeholders.

  • Working cross-functionally with the Finance Department and other relevant teams, on creating and implementing a process that will allow for the proactive monitoring, identification, and investigation of T&E fraud.

  • Developing CID’s process around investigating instances of potential T&E fraud. Drafting related process documentation and implementing the T&E investigative process across the CID organization. This will require training the investigative team, as well as operational members within the Finance Department.

  • Working closely with Finance, Compliance Business Systems and CID leadership to identify what components of T&E activity should be handled by the Finance team, what components should be handled by CID, and defining a process for escalation from the Finance team to CID. With limited supervision, working cross-functionally and gaining consensus on division of responsibilities and related processes.

  • Identifying and incorporating industry best practices around identifying T&E fraud and conducting effective T&E investigations. This will include making sense of a large set of T&E data by identifying meaningful risk factors, staying updated as internal fraud activity shifts and it may require seeking external industry expertise.

  • Addressing T&E related policy gaps, providing edits and recommendations around policies that impact the investigation of T&E activity. Flagging and escalating to senior leadership process gaps that could leave TU vulnerable to T&E fraud and/or other significant non-compliance.

  • Moving initiatives forward by working with CID leadership in garnering support from executive level stakeholders, within and outside of the Risk & Compliance organization.

  • Developing meaningful metrics that accurately capture and communicate the T&E program’s output, in alignment with the global internal investigations’ dashboard.


In addition to the above T&E program responsibilities, this role will be responsible for:


  • Conducting analysis and making recommendations related to additional internal data with the goal of identifying and prioritizing projects and programs that will proactively identify internal fraud. This may include gifts and entertainment related information, conflicts of interest data and vendor activity.

  • Assisting with developing and supporting the generation of metrics across the larger organization, including the global Internal Investigations Program and the Whistleblower Helpline program, among others. Potential responsibilities include leading a high visibility quarterly project for reporting to TransUnion’s Board of Directors.

  • Assisting with additional ad hoc projects and policy updates, as needed.


Benefits

TransUnion provides flexible benefits including flexible time off for exempt associates, paid time off for non-exempt associates, tuition reimbursement, additional (following any short-term disability) 10 weeks of parental leave with gradual return, adoption assistance, fertility coverage, spousal and domestic partner benefits, charity gift matching, employee stock purchase plan, retirement contributions with employer match, organizational growth potential through our online learning platform with guided career tracks, and access to TransUnion’s Employee Resource Groups.

We are committed to being a place where diversity is not only present, it is embraced. As an equal opportunity employer, all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability status, veteran status, genetic information, marital status, citizenship status, sexual orientation, gender identity or any other characteristic protected by law.

Pay Scale Information

The salary range for this position is $95,105.00 - $156,000.00. *The salary range for this position reflects the general range of compensation for this job and does not include our bonus incentive(s). This position is eligible for bonus incentive(s). At TransUnion, actual compensation is based on careful consideration of additional factors such as (but not limited to) an individual’s education, training, work experience, job-related skill set, industry knowledge, as well as the scope and responsibilities of the position, and market considerations.

TransUnion's Internal Job Title

Sr Consultant, Corporate Investigations

About the job

TransUnion's Job Applicant Privacy Notice

Personal Information We Collect

Your Privacy Choices

What We'll Bring

At TransUnion, we strive to build an environment where our associates are in the driver’s seat of their professional development, while having access to help along the way. We encourage everyone to pursue passions and take ownership of their careers. With the support of colleagues and mentors, our associates are given the tools needed to get where they want to go. Regardless of job titles, our associates have the opportunity to learn new things and be a leader every day.

Come be a part of our team – you’ll work with great people, pioneering products and cutting-edge technology.

This role will contribute to the identification of internal fraud, abuse, waste and various policy violations, while making recommendations on operational improvements. Ultimately, this role will seek to reduce internal risk for TransUnion.

The current need is for a Project Analyst to implement and run a formal Travel & Expense (“T&E”) fraud detection program in collaboration with other relevant internal functions, with the long-term goal of running the T&E program while scoping and developing additional fraud detection projects where there are other areas of internal fraud risk.

What You'll Bring

  • Bachelor’s degree

  • 7+ years experience with 5 years of program or project management experience involving data analytics in a corporate setting

  • Strong analytical, fact-finding and evidence gathering skills

  • This is a hybrid position and involves regular performance of job responsibilities virtually as well as in-person at an assigned TransUnion office location for a minimum of two days a week.


We'd Love To See

  • Advanced Excel skills and/or experience with statistical software like IBM SPSS is a plus

  • Experience communicating with senior leadership, providing performance metrics, and articulating progress and value of work

  • CFE, CCEP, CRCM, CIA, or ACAMS designation a plus. PMP certification a plus.


Impact You'll Make

  • With minimal supervision, leading the development and execution of TransUnion’s corporate Travel and Expense (“T&E”) program within the US and globally. Articulating the program’s objectives, scope and value to the broader organization, including cross-functional and executive level stakeholders.

  • Working cross-functionally with the Finance Department and other relevant teams, on creating and implementing a process that will allow for the proactive monitoring, identification, and investigation of T&E fraud.

  • Developing CID’s process around investigating instances of potential T&E fraud. Drafting related process documentation and implementing the T&E investigative process across the CID organization. This will require training the investigative team, as well as operational members within the Finance Department.

  • Working closely with Finance, Compliance Business Systems and CID leadership to identify what components of T&E activity should be handled by the Finance team, what components should be handled by CID, and defining a process for escalation from the Finance team to CID. With limited supervision, working cross-functionally and gaining consensus on division of responsibilities and related processes.

  • Identifying and incorporating industry best practices around identifying T&E fraud and conducting effective T&E investigations. This will include making sense of a large set of T&E data by identifying meaningful risk factors, staying updated as internal fraud activity shifts and it may require seeking external industry expertise.

  • Addressing T&E related policy gaps, providing edits and recommendations around policies that impact the investigation of T&E activity. Flagging and escalating to senior leadership process gaps that could leave TU vulnerable to T&E fraud and/or other significant non-compliance.

  • Moving initiatives forward by working with CID leadership in garnering support from executive level stakeholders, within and outside of the Risk & Compliance organization.

  • Developing meaningful metrics that accurately capture and communicate the T&E program’s output, in alignment with the global internal investigations’ dashboard.


In addition to the above T&E program responsibilities, this role will be responsible for:


  • Conducting analysis and making recommendations related to additional internal data with the goal of identifying and prioritizing projects and programs that will proactively identify internal fraud. This may include gifts and entertainment related information, conflicts of interest data and vendor activity.

  • Assisting with developing and supporting the generation of metrics across the larger organization, including the global Internal Investigations Program and the Whistleblower Helpline program, among others. Potential responsibilities include leading a high visibility quarterly project for reporting to TransUnion’s Board of Directors.

  • Assisting with additional ad hoc projects and policy updates, as needed.


Benefits

TransUnion provides flexible benefits including flexible time off for exempt associates, paid time off for non-exempt associates, tuition reimbursement, additional (following any short-term disability) 10 weeks of parental leave with gradual return, adoption assistance, fertility coverage, spousal and domestic partner benefits, charity gift matching, employee stock purchase plan, retirement contributions with employer match, organizational growth potential through our online learning platform with guided career tracks, and access to TransUnion’s Employee Resource Groups.

We are committed to being a place where diversity is not only present, it is embraced. As an equal opportunity employer, all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability status, veteran status, genetic information, marital status, citizenship status, sexual orientation, gender identity or any other characteristic protected by law.

Pay Scale Information

The salary range for this position is $95,105.00 - $156,000.00. *The salary range for this position reflects the general range of compensation for this job and does not include our bonus incentive(s). This position is eligible for bonus incentive(s). At TransUnion, actual compensation is based on careful consideration of additional factors such as (but not limited to) an individual’s education, training, work experience, job-related skill set, industry knowledge, as well as the scope and responsibilities of the position, and market considerations.

TransUnion's Internal Job Title

Sr Consultant, Corporate Investigations

About Company

TransUnion is a global information and insights company that makes trust possible in the modern economy. We do this by providing an actionable picture of each person so they can be reliably represented in the marketplace. As a result, businesses and consumers can transact with confidence and achieve great things. This picture is grounded in our legacy as a credit reporting agency which enables us to tap into both credit and public record data; our data fusion methodology that helps us link, match and tap into the awesome combined power of that data; and our knowledgeable and passionate team, who stewards the information with expertise, and in accordance with local legislation around the world. A leading presence in more than 30 countries across five continents, TransUnion provides solutions that help create economic opportunity, great experiences and personal empowerment for hundreds of millions of people.We call this Information for Good®—it’s our purpose, and what drives us every day.

Total Employees

14,843

Company 2-Year Growth

22%

Median Employee Tenure

2.9 years

Because no one goes to school
for fighting fraud.