Fraud Associate Level II – Spanish Speaking (FA2S)
Fraud Associate Level II – Spanish Speaking (FA2S)
Main location: United States, South Carolina, Charleston
Position ID: J0723-0571
Employment Type: Full Time
Under the direct supervision of the CGI Management personnel, the Bilingual (English/Spanish) Fraud Associate Level II assists the Fraud team in completing various duties, including translation and Spanish speaking requirements as needed. This employee will is expected to perform various clerical and repetitive manual functions. Operate various office equipment and machinery in the preparation, processing, and mailing of passports and passport related documents. Utilizes the current TDIS-PD and PRISM computer operating systems to include document preparation, creation of document batches, document imaging (scanning) and reviewing, retrieval of individual application information, data entry, book printing, the generation of mailing labels, and sorting and affixing postage to sealed envelopes. Must be able to perform quality checks for standard fee information on individual applications. Ability to follow pre-set pattern for document sequencing. Insert and retrieve application packages from file cabinets. May involve performing cashiering duties on occasion. Due to the nature of the government contract requirements and/or clearance requirements, U.S. Citizenship is required.
With oversight from the Government Fraud Program Manager (FPM), the Fraud Associate Level II performs data analysis in support of the Fraud Program Office and other duties as assigned.
Your future duties and responsibilities:
The Fraud Associate Level II performs all duties assigned to a Fraud Associate Level I as well as, but not limited to, the following:
• Assist with any Spanish speaking needs and or required translation of correspondence and/or documents
• Read rapidly from both paper and a computer terminal
• Liaise with other DOS agencies and other USG agencies while performing daily duties
• Assist in processing applications referred to the FPM by Passport Specialists and Acceptance Agents
• Process initial fraud case paperwork, enter data, perform quality control reviews of data entered
• Process fraud case paperwork, including: scan fraud cases, enter or update applicant information into National Fraud Database (ECAS), PLOTS, Travel Document Issuance System (TDIS), and other databases; determine the appropriate Class category; perform quality control reviews of data entered; and maintain paper and electronic file libraries (SharePoint)
• Complete pre-formatted letters (addressing a variety of deficiencies) to Passport applicants whose files have been referred to the FPM office, proofread correspondence, correct and deficiencies
• Assist in verifying vital records and other public records
• Perform telephone and written inquiries concerning pending applications for FPM and team members
• Assist in preparing Passport fraud detection training materials
• Retrieve mail, file requests, or other information from other DOS offices
• Maintain and monitor fraud files and file logs. Match incoming correspondence from applicants and law enforcement officials with Passport files
• Maintain paper and electronic file libraries
• Assist in training other Fraud Associate Level I’s and maintain training materials
• Assist in process improvement
• Enter and maintain data in an in-house fraud database
• Verify and analyze data in various internal, law enforcement, and commercial databases (e.g. LexisNexis, CCD, EVVE, CURP, CLEAR) and report results
• Track fraud case statistics
• Update Agency/Center FPM SharePoint page
• Interface with Diplomatic Security and other Passport Center/Agencies
• Interface with stakeholders (acceptance facilities, law enforcement, and other Government agencies)
• Conduct analytical case reviews
• Assist in curriculum development and training aides for Passport staff training
• Provide training, oversight, and guidance to lower level Fraud Associates and other contract staff in the Fraud Office
• Bachelor’s Degree (or) 4 years of experience as a Support Associate Level III or IV (or) 4 years of experience in law enforcement, criminal justice, intelligence, or other professional analytic positions, and;
• Three (3) years of law enforcement, criminal justice, intelligence, or other professional analytic experience, and;
• Five (5) years of experience utilizing a variety of office software, specifically: MS Word, MS Power Point, MS Excel, and MS Outlook.
• ALL CANDIDATES must pass a pre-employment language assessment measuring their proficiency in speaking, reading, and writing, in Spanish. Candidates must score at an Advanced Level on the pre-employment assessment administered by ALTA Language Services to remain eligible for consideration for the position.
Required qualifications to be successful in this role:
• Ability to multi-task while paying attention to detail and accuracy
• Ability to quickly assimilate information, analyze facts, and accurately report to management
• Possess comprehensive writing skills, ability to proofread correspondence, convey ambiguities, and correct deficiencies
• Good hand-eye coordination
• Ability to remain flexible and adapt under pressure in stressful situations and follow instructions and established procedures
• Capable of performing repetitive tasks while maintaining a high level of accuracy, such as: lifting, standing, reaching, twisting, sealing envelopes, opening/sending mail, stacking, shredding, packing/moving/stacking boxes, un-stapling, paper-clipping, sorting, filing, and reading
• Ability to work in one place and traverse the office on a continuing basis
• Ability to provide basic customer service skills
• Ability to operate desktop and industrial sized scanners
• Must meet all qualifications requirements of the Fraud Associate Level I
• Capable of analyzing facts and evaluating information, drawing conclusions from such evaluations, and formulating recommendations
• Capable of leading small teams
• Due to the nature of the government contract requirements and/or clearance requirements, US citizenship and a Secret clearance is required.
Hourly Rate: $21.09/hour
CGI is required by law in some jurisdictions to include a reasonable estimate of the compensation range for this role. The determination of this range includes various factors including but not limited to: skill set level, relevant experience and training, and licensure and certifications. Compensation decisions are dependent on the facts and circumstances of each case.
At CGI Federal we call our professionals “members” to reinforce that all who join our team are owners and empowered to participate in the challenges and rewards that come from building a world-class company. CGI Federal’s benefits include:
Eligibility to participate in an attractive Share Purchase Plan (SPP) in which the company matches dollar-for-dollar contributions made by eligible employees, up to a maximum, for their job category
401(k) Plan and Profit Participation for eligible members
Additional benefits determined by your Service Contract Act:
• Paid Time Off (PTO)
• Paid Federal Holidays
• Health & Welfare Benefits
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