Fraud Supervisor ($5,000 Sign On Bonus) at FIS (Dallas, TX)
GENERAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES• Develops fraud prevention policies used by fraud investigators.• Explores new technologies that may be applied to combat emerging trends in fraud activity such as Internet fraud and identify theft, incorporating technology into processes and card products.• Utilizes company system reports in identifying overall fraud loss trends across organizational units.• Provides summaries and detailed analysis, risk, causes and proposed action plans to address issues. Corrective actions may include mitigating potential loss or changes in company practices or procedures.• Researches and tests new analytical approaches and technologies.• Typically manages a team of professionals, paraprofessionals and a support staff as part of a broader function.• Plans and structures work activities for team and monitors progress and results.• Provides guidance and supervision to team members as work activities are carried out.• Recruits and develops staff within area of responsibility in accordance with policy.• Serves as a conduit for driving change in process for analytical methodologies.• May work irregular hours.• Other related duties assigned as needed.
Bachelor's degree in business administration or the equivalent combination of education, training, or work experience.
GENERAL KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES• Experience with management reporting and trend analysis• In-depth knowledge of fraud principles, processes, procedures and trends of fraud and fraud prevention• Broad understanding of active initiatives and function of assigned work team, department and FIS overall• Broad knowledge of legal and underwriting approval requirements• Broad knowledge of federal and state regulations and laws regarding fraud-related issues• Broad knowledge of FIS fraud products and service offerings• Knowledge of MS Office software, such as Word, Excel and Access database• Excellent verbal and written communication skills• Excellent analytical, statistical and problem-solving skills• Strong organizational, interpersonal, leadership, team-building, decision-making, conflict resolution and negotiation skills• Ability to interact with law enforcement professionals and to serve as an expert witness• Ability to manage multiple tasks, maintain confidentiality and listen to ideas and understand information presented verbally or in writing• Conform to the highest standards of conduct and ethics, including sound honesty and integrity• High degree of flexibility, creativity, innovation and critical thinking
FIS JOB LEVEL DESCRIPTION
Supervisory/developing management role. Provides direction to employees according to established policies and management guidance. Exercises judgment within defined procedures and policies to determinate appropriate action and administer company policies. Management reviews work to measure meeting of objectives. Typically responsible for supervising a team responsible for monitoring, detecting, investigating, preventing and resolving fraudulent activity within a single line of business. Directly responsible for managing a staff of three or more individual contributors, typically Fraud Support Associates, Fraud Investigators, and/or Fraud Prevention Analysts. Works closely with managers and other supervisors on team issues. Has wide latitude for decision-making. Typically requires four or more years related fraud detection and prevention experience with up to one year leadership responsibility.
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