• Fraud Risk Analyst

    Job Location
    United States-IL-Chicago
    Work Status
    Full-Time
    Department
    Fraud
    FLSA Status
    Exempt
    Requisition ID
    2018-1953
  • Start a Rewarding Career with Alliant

    Why Alliant?

    We’re not a typical financial institution – we’re better. We’re an innovative, strengths-based, highly-engaged group of professionals that are committed to our company and the communities we serve. We love to recognize and celebrate each other and get to wear jeans every day.

     

    Over 90% of our employees say we are a great workplace that is focused on our mission, vision and the future of banking.

     

    What makes this role rewarding?

    You will be responsible for investigating all suspicious and unlawful activity directed at credit union membership. Work involves moderate difficulty in being able to identify fraudulent activity and pursuing collection of accounts causing credit union loss. Resources to do the job require reliance on technical knowledge of department policy and regulations related to fraudulent activities and schemes.

    Responsibilities

    Do you see yourself doing this?

    • Monitors all fraud alerts and advises Supervisor of any potential high risk trends for possible changes in strategy parameters.
    • Researches and analyzes fraud alerts, assesses the risk levels and advises Supervisor of new trends or adjustments needed within the strategy parameters.
    • Responsible for utilizing case management system or processes to manage individual case load, document and archive assigned cases from case origination through resolution, and accurately articulate the circumstances and events of the investigation.
    • Responsible for Fraud transaction monitoring through Verafin software
    • Contacts members to verify transactions and makes decisions on accounts that may impact account access until activity is confirmed
    • Provides phone support to branches, call center, and members on fraud related matters.

    Qualifications

    What makes you a great fit?

    You’ll be a great fit if in addition to college degree and two years of experience in fraud or an equivalent combination of training and experience you have:

    • Strong analytical and communications skills required
    • Strong PC skills especially using Word and Excel
    • Previous financial institution or credit union experience

    When you’re happy, we’re happy!

    As a thank you for joining our team, you’ll benefit from:

    • Casual dress code
    • Competitive medical, dental, and free vision benefits
    • On-site massages and contributions towards gym memberships
    • Generous PTO and banking holidays off

     

    Still not convinced?

    We’re on the list of 100 Best Medium Companies to work for, check it out here. For more details, you can also visit our Glassdoor and LinkedIn profiles.

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