Application / Identity Fraud Strategy
Posted on 3/24/2023
United States
Experience Level
Desired Skills
Data Analysis
Data Science
  • Significant experience in a relevant fraud strategy role; ideally experienced on identity fraud management
  • Proficiency in SQL / Python / SAS
  • Significant analytical skills with an ability to process vast amounts of data into meaningful information
  • An act-like-an-owner mentality. We have a bias toward taking action
  • Bachelor's degree in a quantitative field study (e.g. mathematics, statistics, economics, data science, scientific, or engineering)
  • Preferred candidate will also have a Master's degree in a quantitative field
  • Competitive cash
  • Benefits effective on day one
  • Early access to a high potential, high growth fintech
  • Generous stock option packages in an early-stage startup
  • Remote friendly (anywhere in the US) and office friendly - you pick the schedule
  • Flexible time off programs - vacation, sick, paid parental leave, and paid caregiver leave
  • 401(k) plan with match
  • The Senior Fraud Strategy and Analytics role is responsible for the development and implementation of fraud prevention strategies that protect our customers and our company from fraud loss. Day-to-day responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the analysis of trend data on fraud patterns, implementation of fraud alerting and reporting, implementation of changes to fraud prevention strategies to reduce fraud losses and improve customer experience, and partnering with the technology teams in order to build more advanced fraud detection and prevention platform capabilities
  • This role is responsible for:
ONE Finance

201-500 employees

Financial optimization & savings platform
Company Overview
One's mission is to help millions of people save and grow their money. The company offers a free digital spending and saving account that organizes your money into different categories for saving, spending and sharing.