Fraud Examiner / Analyst
What Does a Professional in this Career Do?
Analyses business computer systems, identifies weaknesses, and monitors for evidence of fraud, including identity theft and fraudulent credit card or bank transactions.
There were 214 Fraud Examiner / Analyst job postings in North Carolina in the past year and 6647 in the United States.
In combination with other careers in the Fraud Examiner / Analyst industry, which includes the Fraud Examiner / Analyst career, the following graph shows the number of people employed for each year since 2012:
Many new Fraud Examiner / Analyst jobs have salaries estimated to be in the following ranges, based on the requirements and responsibilities listed in job postings from the past year.
The average estimated salary in the United States for this career, based on job postings in the past year, is $51,664.
The average estimated salary in North Carolina for this career, based on job postings in the past year, is $53,832.
Percentiles represent the percentage that is lower than the value. For example, 25% of estimated salaries for Fraud Examiner / Analyst postings in the United States in the past year were lower than $38,772.
Education and Experience
Posted Fraud Examiner / Analyst jobs typically require the following level of education. The numbers below are based on job postings in the United States from the past year. Not all job postings list education requirements.
Posted Fraud Examiner / Analyst jobs typically require the following number of years of experience. The numbers below are based on job postings in the United States from the past year. Not all job postings list experience requirements.
|Years of Experience||Percentage|
|0 to 2 years||60%|
|3 to 5 years||32%|
|6 to 8 years||7%|
Below are listings of the most common general and specialized skills Fraud Examiner / Analyst positions expect applicants to have as well as the most common skills that distinguish individuals from their peers. The percentage of job postings that specifically mention each skill is also listed.
A skill that is required across a broad range of occupations, including this one.
- Communication Skills (51%)
- Research (47%)
- Microsoft Office (36%)
- Microsoft Excel (33%)
- Problem Solving (30%)
A core skill for this occupation, it occurs frequently in job postings.
- Customer Service (29%)
- Bank Secrecy Act (BSA) (13%)
- Anti Money Laundering (AML) (12%)
- Fraud Detection (11%)
- Suspicious Activity Report (SAR) Requirements (10%)
A skill that is requested frequently in this occupation but isn’t specific to it.
- Claims Knowledge (13%)
- Customer Contact (12%)
- SQL (11%)
- Customer Billing (10%)
- Criminal Justice (9%)
A skill that may distinguish a subset of the occupation.
- The USA Patriot Act (5%)
- Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) Requirements (4%)
Alternative Job Titles
Sometimes employers post jobs with Fraud Examiner / Analyst skills but a different job title. Some common alternative job titles include:
- Fraud Analyst
- Fraud Specialist
- Fraud Investigator
- Senior Fraud And Waste Investigator-Remote/Virtual In Us
- Senior Fraud And Waste Investigator
If you are interested in exploring occupations with similar skills, you may want to research the following job titles. Note that we only list occupations that have at least one corresponding NC State Online and Distance Education program.
Here are the employers that have posted the most Fraud Examiner / Analyst jobs in the past year along with how many they have posted.
- Humana (402)
- SGS (175)
- U.S. Bancorp (150)
- Aml Rightsource (127)
- Regions Financial Corporation (119)
- Humana (11)
- Bank of America (10)
- Ally Financial (7)
- Tiaa (7)
- North Carolina Department Of Justice (5)
NC State Programs Relevant to this Career
If you are interested in preparing for a career in this field, the following NC State Online and Distance Education programs offer a great place to start!