Fraud Analyst II

FIS Global
Job LocationUS
Job TagEarly Career


Location: Remote


  • Analyze overall fraud metrics. Identify and report on emerging trends
  • Test/Implement/Modify fraud strategies as appropriate
  • Analyze fraud databases and report on operational performance
  • Join fraud data with other data sources to derive end-to-end performance metrics for fraud
  • Work directly with clients, supporting fraud products and overall fraud needs
  • Design and implement new internal and external Fraud reports, experience with report automation preferred
  • Create and deliver presentations to clients with meaningful commentary on both past performance and future opportunities
  • Collaborate with fraud management on special projects or requests
  • Take ownership of work and proactively engage in identifying opportunities for improvement
  • Respond to ad hoc requests for report building and data analysis
  • Working independently, as well as with team members
  • Complete other duties and responsibilities as needed


  • You will be working with large-scale business data sets and the ideal candidate will have advanced skills in data manipulation, script-building, Excel, and SQL. (5+ years of experience preferred)
  • Strong understanding of internal business segment (stakeholders) and presentation skills
  • Strong understanding of working in complex corporate environments and have the ability to work with internal and external stakeholders to complete tasks.
  • Strong presentation skills and be comfortable with presenting to large audiences and executive-level stakeholders.
  • Experience in relational database structures, research methods, sampling techniques and system testing
  • You are a go-getter, are self-directed, and able to work independently
  • Advanced data mining experience
  • Several years of experience with BI tools (Hyperion, SAS, Python, Tableau, etc.)
  • Analytical mindset and a genuine interest in crunching datasets and delving into advanced research to discover trends.
  • Fraud background preferred in data driven rule writing/rule design
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Excellent organizational and time management skills.  The ability to complete quality work within strict timeframes and meet deadlines.
  • Bilingual in Spanish is a plus
  • Bachelor’s degree: Preferred studies will be in statistics, accounting, finance, economics, or business
  • Master’s degree in a quantitative or business field is a plus

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