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Become An Investigative Analyst

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Working As An Investigative Analyst

  • Getting Information
  • Analyzing Data or Information
  • Communicating with Supervisors, Peers, or Subordinates
  • Evaluating Information to Determine Compliance with Standards
  • Making Decisions and Solving Problems
  • Deal with People

  • Mostly Sitting

  • $75,050

    Average Salary

What Does An Investigative Analyst Do At U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Command

* Conclude information from questionable/or incomplete data to validate analytical conclusions.
* Analyze criminal intelligence data to detect trends to use in investigations.
* Consolidate criminal intelligence data to detect trends to provide statistical reports to use in investigations.
* Establish procedures to determine validity of incoming criminal intelligence data and reports.
* Conduct briefings and presentations of analytical findings and conclusions.
* Develop relationships with counterparts in other criminal and/or force protection intelligence activities to exchange criminal intelligence information.
* Provide recommendations to individuals tasked with performing criminal intelligence duties

What Does An Investigative Analyst Do At Chenega Corporation

* Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of this position)
* Data research and collection from a variety of local, state, and federal legal data sources, such as court records.
* Data research includes procedural, adaptive, and heuristic methodologies.
* Data analysis and validation of findings based on legal document reviews and audits, independent judgement, and decision-making.
* Ability to adapt rapidly to a fluid, dynamic, and rapidly changing operational tempo.
* Research and analysis in accordance with performance measurements and Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs).
* Work is monitored for quality.
* Contact of appropriate agencies across the United States, as needed.
* Coordination, internally and externally, to ensure data quality.
* Evaluation of existing procedures, processes, techniques, models, and/or systems related to the work being processed and provide recommended actions or solutions.
* Composition and maintenance of adequate SOP-compliant documentation of all work that will potentially be scrutinized in courts of law.
* Participate in training, periodic reviews, and other meetings, as required.
* Perform other NICS-related duties as assigned.
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* Essential Duties:
* Other duties as assigned.
* Travel:
* None

What Does An Investigative Analyst Do At Defense Security Service

* Deters, detects (by way of analysis), and mitigates actions by DoD personnel who may represent a threat to national security.
* These threats encompass potential espionage, violent acts against the Government or the Nation, and unauthorized disclosure of classified information.
* Collection, analysis, production, and dissemination of fused multi-source products for community consumption.
* Establishes procedures for issues that do not appear to be able to be resolved by applying generally accepted security, criminal intelligence and military intelligence methods and applies an understanding of patterns and knowledge of current and past insider threat events, making recommendations on controversial matters.
* Prepares reports and oral briefings

What Does An Investigative Analyst Do At PNC

* Investigating, researching and providing error resolution for customer initiated disputes.
* Providing the customer with a written communication of the dispute decision, within the Federal Regulation required timeframes.
* Maintaining knowledge of assigned operations and compliance regulations, analytical and technical skills required to perform the job effectively, and participates in training and cross-training.
* Performing related clerical functions and duties, and special projects as assigned.
* Escalates anomalies, issues and problems in the department to team leader or supervisor.
* Completes productivity database on an ongoing basis

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How To Become An Investigative Analyst

Financial examiners typically need a bachelor’s degree that includes some coursework in accounting. Entry-level examiners are trained on the job by senior examiners.

Education

Specific requirements for financial examiners vary between federal and state governments. However, all financial examiners typically need a bachelor’s degree that includes some coursework in accounting, finance, economics, or a related field. Examiners working for the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) must have at least 6 semester hours in accounting.

Training

Once hired, financial examiners receive on-the-job training. Entry-level workers begin under the supervision of senior examiners, as they learn their job duties.

Advancement

After a few years of experience, financial examiners can advance to a senior examiner position. Requirements for these positions vary by employer but often require a master’s degree in either accounting or business or becoming a Certified Public Accountant (CPA).

Important Qualities

Analytical skills. Financial examiners need strong analytical skills to evaluate how well the managers of financial institutions are handling risk and whether the individual loans the institution makes are safe.

Detail oriented. Financial examiners must pay close attention to details when reviewing balance sheets to identify risky assets.

Math skills. Financial examiners need good math skills to monitor balance sheets and see if the bank’s or other financial institution’s available cash is dangerously low.

Writing skills. Financial examiners regularly write reports on the safety and soundness of financial institutions. They must be able to explain technical information clearly.

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Real Investigative Analyst Salaries

Job Title Company Location Start Date Salary
Investigative Analysts Manager Pricewaterhousecoopers Advisory Services LLC McLean, VA Oct 17, 2016 $107,744
Investigations Analyst Microsoft Corporation Redmond, WA Jun 13, 2016 $98,100
Investigations Analyst Microsoft Corporation Redmond, WA Aug 13, 2015 $96,000
Investigations Analyst-Corpfin-G&A or Other Microsoft Corporation Redmond, WA Jan 21, 2016 $96,000 -
$116,000
Investigations Analyst EBAY Partner Network, Inc. San Jose, CA Jul 22, 2011 $85,000
Investigations Analyst EBAY Partner Network, Inc. San Jose, CA Jul 22, 2011 $80,000
Investigations Analyst EBAY Inc. San Jose, CA Oct 04, 2010 $80,000

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Top Skills for An Investigative Analyst

FraudulentActivityFinancialCrimesLawEnforcementAgenciesEnsureComplianceProceduresSuspiciousActivityReportsBackgroundInvestigationsDueDiligenceInvestigationsAMLInternalSystemsAssetsSarsAnti-MoneyOfacFincenCreditCardSpecialProjectsSecrecyFraudCasesKYC

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Top Investigative Analyst Skills

  1. Fraudulent Activity
  2. Financial Crimes
  3. Law Enforcement Agencies
You can check out examples of real life uses of top skills on resumes here:
  • Analyzed online sales orders to detect fraudulent activity.
  • Perform risk analysis and modeling to provide input and recommendations for financial crimes strategies and models.
  • Provide support to various law enforcement agencies
  • Researched policies and procedures of regulatory guidelines to ensure compliance to standards.
  • Review the underwriting guidelines and procedures of the bank to determine if the loan was approved and closed accurately.

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