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Fraud Analyst

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eBay Inc. HQ
GSI Commerce Solutions, Inc., d/b/a eBay Enterprise, Inc. an eBay company seeks, Fraud Analyst in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania.
JOB DUTIES: Participate in the identification and prevention of payment related fraud activity and financial loss. Analyze and identify links between fraudulent transactions to identify and stop fraud rings. Provide strategic and tactical recommendations for team development. Train analysts on best practices and solicit regular feedback. Work with disputes and chargebacks and ensure precise reporting of all disputes and chargebacks. Effective interaction with key payment providers (BAMS, Amex, Discover, PayPal). Develop partnerships with our internal and external customers. Utilize Oracle, SQL, and Excel/Access/PowerPoint. This position has no direct reports and does not supervise/manage other staff.
MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: Masters degree, or foreign equivalent, in Business Administration, Finance, Operations Research or closely related field OR Bachelors degree, or foreign equivalent, in Business Administration, Finance, Operations Research or closely related field and five (5) years of experience in the job offered or five (5) years of progressively responsible experience in the field of financial analytics or credit analytics.
SPECIAL SKILL REQUIREMENT: Experience must include the following: fraud/risk and collections analytics; supervision of pre and post credit operations management; credit analysis; portfolio quality management; analytics relating to delinquency, losses, fraud and early warning signs; audit reviews; experience relaying findings to senior credit management. Any suitable combination of education, training and experience is acceptable.
Must be legally authorized to work in the U.S without sponsorship. Submit resume with references to: REQ.#. CS665(JV) at: HR (CUBE 4120B), eBay Inc. HQ, 2065 Hamilton Avenue, San Jose, CA 95125. EOE

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