534.5km | , UK
|Hours||16 - 20 Hours|
Join us as a Customer Service Fraud Prevention Analyst
This is a chance to make a huge difference to our customers during some of their most difficult times – when they’ve been victims of fraud
You’ll work with customers over the telephone, giving them essential support and dealing with a wide range of fraud queries
You’ll hone your existing analytical skills and be well positioned to advance your career in this fast-paced role
Work life balance is important within our team culture, you’ll be given the flexibility to work from home with a minimum requirement of 6 days per month in the Edinburgh office so you can connect and learn with your colleagues. Working from home kit will be provided
What you'll do:
In Fraud Retail Operations, the things that make a difference to our customers are what we do everyday. We’re there to help them when our customers lose money to fraud, either through unknown transactions or being a victim to a scam. You’ll be responding to and investigating queries, providing support on business processes, policies and procedures and developing an understanding of customer and business needs in order to suggest improvements and increase efficiency.
You’ll also be:
Building a trusting relationship with your customer on every call you take, listening carefully and asking the right questions to ensure a fair outcome
Building and maintaining a broad awareness of the techniques fraudsters use
Identifying barriers to performance and coordinating improvements to enhance our efficiency
Working closely with operational centres, providing coaching and support to increase efficiency and knowledge
Keeping accurate records of day to day operations, logging incidents and identifying trends
The skills you'll need:
We’re looking for someone with a natural flair and genuine desire for helping customers, using a full range of investigative tools. You’ll need to have excellent planning and organisational skills, along with good attention to detail. You’ll perform well under pressure and be confident in your ability to manage multiple tasks while maintaining high levels of accuracy throughout.
You’ll also need:
Great interpersonal skills, with the ability to build personal credibility, and engage with your stakeholders on often sensitive issues
A keen eye for detail, allowing you to identify potential risks to the bank and our customers
Experience of analysing and using data
The ability to convey information in a simple and understandable way
Microsoft Office skills, including PowerPoint, Excel and Word
What else you need to know
We’re here for our customers, whatever the time of day or night, so you’ll need to be flexible and commit to working a rotating work pattern.
All part time hours will be considered with minimum of 16 hours per week
Training will be carried out at 20 hours a week on set shifts and days
Your hours of work can likely to be up until midnight and will include working one day at the weekend (Sat/Sun) and Bank Holidays. We’ll discuss your hours in more detail with you during your interview stage.
Bank Holiday working is a feature of this role.
You'll enjoy a comprehensive training programme, and on-going coaching and support to enhance your development. When you're ready, we’ll help take your career to the next level.
The successful candidate will need to commit to up to 10 weeks in house training at our Edinburgh site.