As a Fraud Investigator II, you will conduct internal or external fraud investigations and files regulatory reports according to legal requirements while ensuring adherence to all applicable deadlines. Completes interviews with internal and external parties. Performs mitigation and remediation activities while utilizing multiple applications and platforms in support of fraud operation activities to alleviate any potential negative impact to members and/or the organization.
We offer a flexible work environment that requires an individual to bein the office 4 days per week.This position can be based in one of the following locations: Phoenix, AZ, San Antonio or Plano, TX, Charlotte, NC or Tampa, FL.
The Fraud Investigator I, (FP) is responsible for typical production (ATM, Mobile Deposit, Verafin Alerts, P2P Alerts, BillPay, Fraud Queues, and Western Union) and resolution of unique fraud cases requiring more in-depth research and investigation. Uses critical thinking to analyze and resolve unique fraud cases in an appropriate and informed manner.
The Fraud Prevention Analyst is responsible for implementing, maintaining, and continually improving fraud prevention measures to safeguard the financial integrity and reputation of the credit union. This role involves monitoring and analyzing member transactions, detecting fraudulent activity, and taking appropriate actions to prevent and mitigate fraud risks.
On February 16, 2023, the Houston ACFE chapter, the University of Houston student ACFE chapter, and honors student organization Beta Alpha Psi at the University of Houston will host the following event for students:
Learn about a day in the life of a forensic accountant! The event will be on February 16th at the University of Houston Main Campus in the CBB building, hosted by the honors student organization Beta Alpha Psi and ACFE Houston. Samuel Cooper from Weaver’s Forensics and Litigation Services practice will be joined by FBI Forensic Accountants Dan Conger and Micah Palmer as we give an introduction to some of the fascinating work in forensics. Topics including OSINT tips, bitcoin tracing, investigation interviews, identifying red flags in details, and more!
Any ACFE member who would like to attend or refer a student to attend may contact our University Relations Director Samuel Cooper at firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
We are proud to partner with the Houston area community!
Houston Area ACFE ChapterPO Box 22853Houston, Texas 77227-2853