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Fraud Investigation Team Lead- 12 Month FTC
The FIT Team Lead will oversee the development and operation of case investigations within BEIS GHG applications. In this role, the FIT Team Lead will facilitate recurring team meetings, lead review process and facilitate the use of tools within the Scheme. The FIT Team Lead will also review and sign off completed investigations.
The successful applicant will require an in depth understanding of the criminal justice system, including current legislation and investigative techniques. They will have the ability to communicate effectively at all levels, have experience of dealing with members of the public in difficult situations and will be able to work to their own initiative. The ability to produce high quality, concise and accurate reports/notes is essential.
What does a FIT Team Lead do?
Design, delivery and operation of fraud systems, detection strategies and Management Information reporting.
Use data to drive improvements and optimisations in the Fraud strategy
Review of each step of the GHG application to refine fraud prevention and fraud detection mechanisms.
Build monitoring and reporting processes related to these prevention and detection mechanisms.
Lead a team of case investigators managing potential fraud cases.
Act as subject matter expert, provide guidance and training to case investigation team members.
Ensure that the cases are managed and closed off accurately according to Service Level Agreement.
Develop quality assurance methods to ensure all cases are processed timely and properly conducted.
Ability to process and analyse information and process guidance on the law and legal proceedings.
Ability to identify and develop solutions which support regulatory aims.
Be effective and proactive in client relationship management
A good understanding of relevant UK legislation and criminal procedures, including CPIA, Fraud Act, PACE. Subject expert in relation to Private Security Industry Act (2001) and its application by the Authority. Understanding of differing requirements across legal juristictions.
Knowledge of disclosure investigatory methods and evidence presentation.
Understanding of Proceeds of Crime Act and practical application to criminal offending.
Multi jurisdictional knowledge across the UK; ability to identify different approaches to investigations based on legal requirements, political or procedural variences.
Confidently presented evidence in the relevant courts clearly, cogently and convincingly irrespective of whether that evidence supports or undermines the Authority’s case.
Must have relevant accreditation on managing fraud investigation
Experience developing Fraud strategy
Experience working with data driven fraud prevention methods
Experience working with digital Fraud prevention systems
Team lead/management experience
Strong stakeholder engagement skills
Experience in preparing cases for prosecution
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