A Bank of America Internal Data Investigator will provide comprehensive, objective, and succinct data and analytical support to our entire group of investigators and other key stakeholders. An Internal Data Investigator conducts complex and routine research and analytics involving employee or vendor misconduct across all lines of business. Will prepare clear, factual, and thorough analytical products, to include written reports, data compilation charts, spreadsheets, link analysis charts, and geographical displays. Engage in data review and analysis, including the use of routine and complex SQL queries. Conduct financial analytics to trace funds flow and discern typologies associated with the matters. Performing extensive link and network analytics to expand and build upon initial matter allegations. Review and evaluate employee or vendor footprints for anomalies and outliers. Communicate effectively to our executives, investigators, business partners, and other key internal stakeholders. Work with law enforcement and prosecutorial bodies to support complex employee or vendor matters. An Internal Data Investigator will be responsible for revising and writing data queries to obtain data from Teradata, SQL, Oracle and other systems, and utilize intelligence sources in combination with data investigations.
Responsible for the data investigation and analytic support of internal employee fraud, misconduct, and abuse (includes vendor/contractor) with minimal supervision. Ensures thorough, timely, objective, and succinct data investigations with consistent application of INTERNAL ENTERPRISE INVESTIGATION (IEI) practices. Ensures significant investigative issues and/or trends are identified, escalated and acted upon through investigation reports and other IEI escalation paths. Proficient knowledge of regulatory, reputational, operational, and legal risks encountered during the course of the investigations and a strong understanding of the enterprise, business lines, products, core corporate functions and bank policies. Proficient knowledge of bank systems/technology used in the course of investigations, and modifying/ writing queries, identifying data connectivity and conducting data analytics. Maintains relationships with key business partners, and ensures proper internal parties are engaged on investigations in accordance with IEI. Demonstrates excellent written, analytical, and verbal communication skills and provides consultation and guidance on investigative related issues to influence partners and outcomes. Assist the Investigators by providing documentation for their cases. Responsible for identifying suspicious activity in the data and making a notation for the Investigators to review these anomalies.
Bachelors degree preferred or 2 years or more of experience in a related field
Experience involving data analytics, from an investigative and/or intelligence analysis perspective. Experience can be gleaned from either the public or private sectors.
Proficient in writing and modifying SQL code, and has experience with database software including SQL, Hadoop, Cloudera, ORACLE, and SAS. Have a strong understanding link analysis concepts
and has working knowledge of analytical platforms such as i2 Analyst Notebook, Tableau, or other graph technologies.
Strong verbal and written communication skills required
Shift:1st shift (United States of America)
Hours Per Week:40
Learn more about this role