Experienced Investigator at TransUnion
What We'll BringAt TransUnion, we have a welcoming and energetic environment that encourages collaboration and innovation. We are consistently exploring new technologies and tools to be agile. This environment gives our people the opportunity to hone current skills and build new capabilities, while discovering their genius.
Come be a part of our team – you’ll work with great people, pioneering products and cutting-edge technology.
What You'll BringBachelor’s degree in Compliance, Risk Management, Forensic Science, Criminal Justice, Accounting, Finance, or Audit
Minimum 7 years of investigative experience in a fraud, regulatory or compliance environment
Demonstrated proficiency conducting employee interviews and interrogations
CFE, CCEP, CRCM, or ACAMS designation, or commitment to obtaining ACFE certification within 1 year of hire
Demonstrated organizational, project management and project delivery skills within a dynamic matrixed environment.
Formal interview and interrogation training (Reid or Wicklander-Zulawski)
Availability to work outside regular business hours, as needed
Impact You'll MakeThe Corporate Investigations Department (“CID”) conducts investigations into instances of fraud, malfeasance, and account misuse, interacting with internal and external stakeholders across the enterprise. CID develops and implements industry-leading techniques in fraud prevention, detection and investigation. Team members are strong problem solvers and project managers. We encourage professional development and recognize good work.
With minimal supervision, conducts investigations to facilitate prompt, fair, and effective resolution relating to fraud, employment, code of conduct, conflict of interest, regulatory violations, account misuse, and other compliance matters.
Prepares timely, detailed, thorough, and objective written investigative reports, detailing due diligence and investigative findings, and distribute to various internal stakeholders.
Collaborates with key internal stakeholders to ensure adequate transparency and visibility to CID work product.
Creates, implements and manages KRIs and KPIs to determine the cost and impact of fraud, and identifies opportunities to proactively protect the company against suspicious and high-risk activity
Advises on corrective and preventative measures based on root cause analyses from investigations, pragmatic business enhancements and mitigation strategies.
Maintains a sizable case load, and ensure consistency in compiling evidence, documenting facts and providing direction for the next course of action.
Engages with external parties and industry groups to obtain and provide thought leadership and strategies to minimize regulatory, compliance, and internal fraud risk.
Assists with the continued development, implementation, and optimization of investigative tools and systems.
Apply proficient knowledge and understanding of company policies and procedures, and federal, state and local regulations pertaining to credit reporting and related business activities.
Provides Senior Level Management with investigation updates, including timeline of events and gaps in the control environment.
Identify opportunities across the department to continuously optimize existing processes to simplify and improve.
Independently work on ad hoc projects with limited oversight from manager.