• Fraud Risk Analyst

    Job Location
    United States-IL-Chicago
    Work Status
    FLSA Status
    Requisition ID
  • Start a Rewarding Career with Alliant

    Why Alliant?

    We’re not a typical financial institution – we’re better. We’re an innovative, fun-loving, highly-engaged group of professionals that are committed to our company and the communities we do business in. We love to recognize and celebrate each other.


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


    What will your day look like?

    You will be responsible for reviewing and analyzing transactions as well as fraud alerts to mitigate fraud losses to Alliant Credit Union. The individual must be able to identify fraud patterns and communicate effectively.


    Do you see yourself doing this?

    • Reviews alerts on member accounts for the prevention and detection of possible Fraud.
    • Responsible for more involved research and analysis of account activity to assess levels of risk and fraud.
    • May perform back office functions related to research and resolution of fraudulent activity and service support.
    • Assesses the level of risk and makes decisions which directly impact the member experience and risk to Alliant Credit Union.
    • 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.
    • Provides phone support to branches, call center, and members on fraud related matters.
    • Assists with updating departmental procedures.
    • Other duties necessary to achieve the goals of the department and the credit union.
    • Ability to think critically and use, sound judgment in decision making.
    • Ability to prioritize workload and has a proven track record of working independently.
    • Ability to adapt quickly to changes in the environment.


    What makes you a great fit?

    You’ll be a great fit if in addition to the completion of a Bachelor’s degree (preferred), 2+ years of experience in the fraud or an equivalent four years of combination training & experience, and you have:

    • Working knowledge of relevant regulations relating to fraudulent activities and schemes.
    • Previous financial institution or credit union experience preferred
    • Operates a variety of office equipment such as fax, copier and personal computer
    • Solid written and verbal communication skills


    When you’re happy, we’re happy!

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

    • Competitive medical, dental, and free vision benefits
    • Competitive compensation plan
    • 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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