Senior Fraud Investigator
Corporate Security Senior Fraud Investigator will primarily be responsible for leading in-depth investigations into allegations of fraud or misuse of revenue and marketing programs involving customers, distributors, and partners. They may also support investigation into employee code-of-conduct violations and allegations of supplier fraud.
Investigations are conducted in accordance with company processes and the Intel Investigators Code of Conduct. Investigations often require partnering with various other teams such as Corporate Security personnel, Human Resources, inside and outside council, technical forensic investigators, and law enforcement agencies.
As a Senior Fraud Investigator your responsibilities include but are not limited to:
Creating detailed investigative plans including research, analysis, and interviewing phases.
Conduct fact finding and investigative interviews of reporting parties, witnesses, and potential subjects of the investigation.
Conduct detailed research on people, entities, and transactional data.
Organize complex data and relationships into meaningful and relevant information.
Prepare succinct interview reports summarizing the topics discussed, observations and findings.
Prepare investigative reports which summarize complex information into executive level communications and present results and recommendations to senior leadership.
Identify potential control gaps and make appropriate mitigation recommendations.
The candidate should also exhibit the following behavioral traits/skills:
Solid leadership and investigative skills with the willing to work independently or lead a team of investigators.
Solid organizational skills and proven willingness to prioritize tasks and projects.
Willingness to travel, potentially international travel for long periods of time.
Additional preferred languages: Spanish and Portuguese.
This position is not eligible for Intel immigration sponsorship.
You must possess the below minimum qualifications to be initially considered for this position.
Preferred qualifications are in addition to the minimum qualifications and are considered a plus factor in identifying top candidates.
Bachelor's Degree with 4+ years of relevant fraud investigations experience.
Master's Degree with 3+ years of relevant fraud investigations experience.
Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE) Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE) certification.
Extensive experience with the use of open source techniques and tools to conduct research on companies and individuals.
Understanding of tech industry sales channels, open market and OEM eco-system.
Proficient in MS Office: Teams, Excel, Word, Access and PowerPoint.
Experience with automation scripting, Power BI, advanced Excel, and data analytic techniques.
Investigative experience in marketing and sales incentive programs.