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Fraud Analyst

£35,000

Who are we?
GWR is the proud custodian of Brunel's railway - one of the most prestigious networks in the world. We have some of the newest trains in the country and exciting plans to extend our services. With more than one hundred million passenger journeys each year, we carry people to over 275 stations in the South West, from Cornwall and South Wales to London, passing through beautiful country and some of the UK's top tourist destinations.
We are transforming the way people think about train travel, empowering our team of over 6,000 people from all different backgrounds to make it a great experience for our customers. Together, we will revalue rail as a very special way to travel – relaxing, fast, efficient, friendly and fun.
About the team
You will be working for the Revenue Protection, Fraud and Prosecutions Development team. The team is highly successful and is industry leading in the way it identifies areas for continuous improvement in the delivery of our Revenue Protection and Anti-Fraud functions. The work includes internal performance reporting that is relied upon by several cross functional management teams, and detailed data analysis which is used to identify areas where our revenue is at risk from fare evasion and fraud.
About the job
The purpose of the role is to proactively explore fraud related revenue risks to GWR through the effective analysis of data. The role holder will use a variety of data sources to identify fraud related problems on our network, and to highlight both individual customers who are committing fraud against us, and areas which suggest fraud may be prevalent. This information will be used to support the Revenue Protection and Anti-Fraud strategic goals, to keep the business informed of the revenue risks associated with Fraud, and to quantify the value of anti-fraud measures implemented.
Your main responsibilities will be:
• Support the Revenue Protection, Fraud and Prosecutions teams in the delivery of the Revenue Protection and Anti-Fraud Strategy
• Drawing insights from and manipulating complex datasets
• Providing actionable analysis and insight to compliment the outputs produced
• Use data to find fraudulent travel by individuals which can be developed into a subject profile
• Identify routes, locations and processes which are at risk from fraudulent activity
• Highlight and quantify the weaknesses in current processes
• Produce and own ‘Problem Profiles' which detail the findings of the analysis and the recommendations to the business
• Evidence the revenue recovered or generated because of the recommendations made
You'll need to be:
• Able to work competently with minimal supervision
• Used to working under pressure and to deadlines
• Experienced in drawing out relevant information from a variety of sources
• Proactive and able to use your own initiative
• Able to produce high quality analytical products
What do I need?
• An awareness of Fraud Act offence definitions
• Experience of managing a varied workload and prioritising tasks
• An understanding of responsibilities relating to data protection and GDPR
• The ability to communicate your analysis to a non-technical audience
• An awareness of the National Intelligence Model would be an advantage
• Experience using MS Office, in particular Excel.

About the location
This role can be remote, hybrid or on-site depending on how you work best. The team is based in Vastern House, Reading. You need to be able to travel to Reading occasionally and there may be a need to travel to other parts of the GWR network from time to time.

Working pattern
Full time, 37 hours per week. If you need flexibility away from the traditional 9-5 working pattern, we can discuss how this can be accommodated.

Additional information
Our primary data analysis tool is currently Excel, but we are in the process of moving to Power BI. Familiarity with the tool and capabilities of the Power BI Service would be an advantage, but training and development support will be provided.

We would love to meet applicants from diverse backgrounds. You do not need to meet 100% of the requirements to apply; tell us about your strengths and what you could bring to the role.
The Reward:
As well as a great team environment and comprehensive training, all GWR colleagues enjoy a range of benefits including on-going development, defined benefit pension scheme, free rail travel across the GWR network for you and your family, company-sponsored health care plan, discounted shopping and gym membership and an employee assistance programme.
The annual salary is £35,000.
We all belong at GWR. This is our vision for providing an inclusive environment for all our colleagues, ensuring all candidates have an equal opportunity to access meaningful employment.
We value our differences such as age, gender, LGBTQIA, ethnicity, religion and disability. We maintain zero tolerance towards any form of prejudice towards our colleagues, customers, and future talent.
We celebrate and encourage diversity of thought, progressive ways of working and seeing all our colleagues grow and thrive.
We review all roles and job descriptions to ensure they are accessible and, where possible, we support and provide flexible working options; we recommend that you refer to each vacancy description for further details.
If you require additional support to complete your application due to a disability or neurodivergent condition such as dyslexia, dyspraxia, or autism, please follow the links below. We encourage you to share any additional needs you may require so we can provide a fair and equal process for all who apply.
https://exceptionalindividuals.com/neurodiversity/
https://www.healthassured.org/blog/neurodiversity/


 
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Location
GWR Network
GWR Network, Reading, Bristol, Oxford, Westbury, Gloucester, Exeter & London, UK
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  • Ref:
    019848
  • Company:
    Great Western Railway (GWR)
  • Website Skillset:
    All Other Roles
  • Contract Type:
    Permanent - Full Time
  • Contracted Hours:
    37
  • Location:
    GWR Network
  • Closing Date:
    8 August 2022
 
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