Bank of Hawaii
In 1897, Bank of Hawaii was the first chartered and incorporated bank in the Republic of Hawaii. We’ve been here from territorial days, growing and changing with Hawaii. Today, we are the largest independent bank in Hawaii – a result of knowing our business and community, and always staying ahead of change. At Bank of Hawaii, we think of ourselves as forward thinking pace setters. We are constantly finding creative ways to deliver leading edge financial services to our customers. Now more than ever, we’re embracing change while using data and analytics to make informed decisions about our future.
It’s our analysts who help us succeed in finding and interpreting information and turning that information into actionable decisions. As a member of the Bank of Hawaii community, you will be among the very best in your profession in an environment that places a high value on integrity, innovation and teamwork. People who are agile, savvy, forward-thinking and entrepreneurial can learn and grow with us.
Does this sound like you?
Do you enjoy partnering with business units and providing a wide range of analysis? Do you thrive in an environment that leverages your abilities as a fast learner, good listener, and problem-solver? Are you a self-starter, comfortable with interpreting data into useful analytics? If you love challenges, relish complexity, and have moxie, consider applying your unique talents with a Hawaii banking leader – Bank of Hawaii. You will work with the business to ensure the highest standards of stewardship and control are maintained, all while driving continuous improvement and innovation. Welcome to your tomorrow!
A day in your life as a Fraud Analyst:
Under the direction of the Manager, this position performs operational and analytical tasks and projects to meet the divisional objectives and to mitigate risk to the Bank. If applicable or appropriate, assists in business unit’s compliance with applicable laws, regulations, regulatory requirements and Bank policies and procedures, including but not limited to those related to Fair Banking, Anti-Money Laundering laws and regulations, Bank Secrecy Act and USA PATRIOT Act. In addition, this position is responsible for demonstrating the Excellence in Sales/Service (ESS) philosophy by participating in and practicing ESS disciplines and behaviors.
We’ll give you these important responsibilities…
Designs and develops programs to extract and analyze data, as well as reporting to support data analytics and trend reporting.
Maintains and enhances programs to improve data quality, process improvement and system performance.
Serves as primary lead on new initiatives for the department as they are determined and assigned by management.
Performs preliminary and final functional/performance testing for all new or upgraded systems/applications, and annually, as directed by management.
Ensures complete procedures are created and approved prior to system implementation.
Ensures intermediate and final deadlines are met.
Applies and implements analytical methodologies and creates documentation that clearly and concisely describes the methodologies used, observations and recommendations for each risk and/or fraud process.
Collects data and prepares reports to present fraud trend information in numerical, graphical and written format to support timely and effective management decisions and remedial risk control measures.
Works in teams and individually on various assignments and projects.
Communicates verbally and in writing with customers, branches, department personnel and other financial institutions in response to inquiries, to disseminate information, etc.
Stays on top of emerging fraud trends within the industry and develops strategies to ensure the Deposit Fraud Center (DFC) adequately addresses new trends. Understands and stays abreast of regulatory changes as they apply to the DFC.
Works with teammates and management to maintain working knowledge of the functions within the department.
Participates in implementation of policy changes as they apply to DFC.
Performs all other miscellaneous responsibilities and duties as assigned.
…if you come to us with these qualifications…
- Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution with some coursework in accounting or equivalent work experience.
- Minimum 3 years of work experience resulting in comprehensive technical knowledge of bank operations or equivalent.
- General knowledge of accounting principles required.
- Demonstrated proficiency with personal computers in a networked environment and Microsoft applications (Outlook, Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint and Internet Explorer) or similar software.
- Relational database knowledge and strong spreadsheet proficiency are required.
- Working knowledge of database systems.
- General knowledge of accounting principles.
Other Job Qualifications:
- Demonstrated verbal and written communication skills.
- Must be analytical, detail oriented, organized.
- Able to work independently, meet deadlines and handle multiple priorities.
- Should be an active listener and team player who projects a positive, professional image and promotes team effort.
- Able to think critically; identify and define problems quickly; research and analyze information and various situations relating to data management issues; and recommend solutions and alternatives.
- Must be able to work flexible hours including holidays, weekends, and evenings, as needed or assigned.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment and will not be discriminated against on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability, or protected veteran status. Bank of Hawaii takes affirmative action in support of its policy to advance in employment individuals who are minorities, women, protected veterans, and individuals with disabilities.
Job Function Bank Operations
Primary Location Hawaii-Oahu
Job Posting Mar 20, 2017, 7:53:08 AM
Unposting Date Ongoing