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Intelligence Researcher

  • Location

    Milton Keynes

  • Discipline:

    Financial Crime & Fraud

  • Job type:

    Permanent

  • Salary:

    £20,000 - £25,000 pa

  • Consultant:

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  • Email:

    jkelly@merje.com

  • Job ref:

    JK/16180

  • Published:

    about 2 months ago

Our clients focus on detecting and disrupting organised fraud – co-ordinated scams that potentially run into millions of pounds. As a key member of the Intelligence team, participate in the delivery of first-class counter fraud services to the UK insurance industry. You will also need to help assist the Fraud Analysts and the investigations team identify and develop new potential fraud networks within the insurance sector.

Key responsibilities include:

  • Research triaged Cheatline intelligence and produce reports for dissemination to customers
  • Efficient delivery of Level 1 and Level 2 Customer requests in accordance with the businesses SLAs
  • Efficient response to DPA requests for law enforcement
  • Identify potential intelligence development opportunities from Level 1 & 2 requests, Cheatline and DPA requests
  • Support the analytics team with feedback to the analytics output, to measure the benefits to the customers
  • Delivery of ad-hoc research for internal stakeholders
  • Delivery against annual objectives
  • Delivery against personal development plan
  • Conduct initial review and triage of Cheatline intelligence to identify sources of productive intelligence

The Person:

  • Self-organised
  • Detail oriented
  • Team player
  • Responsible
  • Ability to work with domain experts and stakeholders

Qualifications/Key Skills:

  • Experience of producing clear and concise written reports/ summary fraud intelligence / risk / process review briefings
  • Demonstrable track record of research capability
  • Evidence of adapting research and analytical skills to changing roles, environments, etc.
  • Demonstrable track record of problem solving through analysis
  • Experience of dealing with people over the telephone
  • Familiarity with the relevant processes and data requirements of external / law enforcement stakeholders
  • Competent in the use of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, email and the internet
  • Knowledge of insurance fraud and other forms of financial crime
  • Understanding of the regulatory framework applicable to the insurance industry
  • High degree of competence in the use of on-line search facilities (e.g. Experian, Equifax etc.)

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