Fraud Research Analyst- Tucson AZ (WPC)
• Bachelor’s Degree (or) 4 years of experience as a Support Associate Level III or IV (or) 4 years of experience in law enforcement, criminal justice, intelligence, or other professional analytic positions, and;
• Two (2) years of experience in a field that provides the individual with the knowledge, skills and abilities to successfully gather and analyze information from a variety of sources (e.g. criminal justice, psychology, journalism), and;
• Five (5) years of experience utilizing a variety of office software, specifically: MS Word, MS Power Point, MS Excel, MS SharePoint, MS Access, and MS Outlook, and;
• Demonstrated experience working independently and as a member of a team that interacts effectively with personnel at all levels.
• Excellent written and oral communication skills to draft effective analytical memoranda, reports and presentations, and to disseminate information to a wide audience
• Analytical skills and attention to detail to successfully analyze and evaluate trends
• Strong computer and organizational skills and ability to prioritize workflow duties
• Demonstrated ability to identify areas for improvement in the workflow and quality within the fraud office
• Must be capable of choosing between varying methods and procedures to process complex cases and provide guidance to other analysts
• Infrequent travel may be required
Your future duties and responsibilities
A Fraud Research Analyst assists the Government Fraud Prevention Managers in providing an advanced level of
analytical support. Tasks include, but are not limited to, the following:
• Conduct research on Passport cases by gathering information from a variety of sources, including but not limited to: applications, supporting documents, the internet, telephone calls, Government, commercial and open source databases
• Perform analyses on reports of investigation, review research conducted and information received from various locations
• Assist in identifying possible fraudulent activity related to Passport cases
• Write reports in a clear and concise manner that summarize the information gathered and identified during research
• Coordinate and network with DOS personnel, other Government agencies, and coworkers to facilitate information sharing on Passport cases that involve fraud or potential criminal activity
• Perform analyses and develop a written synopsis on suspended cases, to identify trends that may be useful in future research
• Maintain a working knowledge of a variety of resources that pertain to the eligibility requirements of the various Passport regulations and criminal statutes regulating Passports
• May be required to perform other duties as assigned to advance the fraud office’s mission of supporting adjudication as it relates to Passport cases
Required qualifications to be successful in this role
• (Preferred) Advanced knowledge and understanding of the laws, rules, and regulations governing eligibility for and issuance of a U.S. Passport
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