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Data Analyst

Le Grand-Saconnex, Geneva

Temporär

Legal, Compliance & Steuern


Our client is a Non profit organisation based in Geneva. To strengthen their team, they are looking for a Data Analyst.


This detailed list outlines the responsibilities for a role leading the Office of Inspector General's (OIG) case intake activities within the Analytic and Transformation team of the Professional Services Unit. 


  • Lead the screening and assessment of allegations, determining their credibility, verifiability, and materiality.
  • Propose appropriate OIG responses based on the assessment.
  • Obtain, assess, and utilize intelligence from various confidential sources, including case intake, oversight investigations, financial information, and external stakeholder data.
  • Prepare assessment outcomes for whistleblowers and referral memos for the Secretariat and external agencies.
  • Engage with whistleblowers to gather information supporting assessment conclusions.
  • Ensure consistent and timely delivery of work by Case Intake Analysts, in line with SOPs.
  • Report cases with significant risks to the Analytics & Transformation Manager.
  • Use case intake outcomes to create presentations highlighting key fraud risk trends, providing qualitative and quantitative insights.
  • Present these analytics to OIG Management and the Secretariat.
  • Monitor regulatory developments and industry trends to enhance the OIG’s counter-fraud program.
  • Contribute to the development of OIG’s counter-fraud strategy and workplan using intelligence from case intake activities.
  • Represent the OIG in panels, meetings, and with external stakeholders on intelligence and investigation case management matters.
  • Prepare and lead case intake and assessment training sessions for various divisions and units.
  • Coordinate strategic analysis initiatives, such as investigations and intelligence data analytics, with the Manager of Analytics and Transformation.
  • Provide support for special projects, acting as a focal point for Case Intake in system redesign efforts.
  • Conduct effective onboarding and ongoing capacity building for team members.
  • Validate and control the screening assessment outcomes of Case Intake Analysts before submission to senior management.
  • Act as a role model, promoting collaborative relationships within the organization.

Profile:


  • A university degree in a related field, or a first-level university degree with relevant academic qualifications and experience in a related area, or
  • Significant relevant experience at a national or international level in lieu of the above academic qualifications.
  • Professional qualifications and/or training related to investigations and/or intelligence.
  • Understanding of the Global Fund’s business model and OIG’s activities.
  • Strong experience as a criminal intelligence analyst and/or investigations analyst, working on complex criminal and/or administrative investigations in fraud and abuse, or other large-scale and complex investigations.
  • Proficiency in using intelligence tools and methods for analytical tasks, including analysis and investigation databases, free text retrieval applications, and analytical products.
  • Proven ability to create and maintain effective liaison between key internal and external stakeholders.
  • Experience in providing high-quality written and verbal summary-level analyses and a range of intelligence products.
  • Over 5 years of experience as a criminal intelligence analyst and/or investigations analyst in the area of fraud and abuse, or other large-scale and complex investigations.
  • Experience working with multiple sectors, such as international organizations, governments, civil society, and the private sector.
RefJN-072024-615257

Data Analyst

LHH

vor 6 Tagen

Temporär

Legal, Compliance & Steuern

Le Grand-Saconnex, Geneva


Our client is a Non profit organisation based in Geneva. To strengthen their team, they are looking for a Data Analyst.


This detailed list outlines the responsibilities for a role leading the Office of Inspector General's (OIG) case intake activities within the Analytic and Transformation team of the Professional Services Unit. 


  • Lead the screening and assessment of allegations, determining their credibility, verifiability, and materiality.
  • Propose appropriate OIG responses based on the assessment.
  • Obtain, assess, and utilize intelligence from various confidential sources, including case intake, oversight investigations, financial information, and external stakeholder data.
  • Prepare assessment outcomes for whistleblowers and referral memos for the Secretariat and external agencies.
  • Engage with whistleblowers to gather information supporting assessment conclusions.
  • Ensure consistent and timely delivery of work by Case Intake Analysts, in line with SOPs.
  • Report cases with significant risks to the Analytics & Transformation Manager.
  • Use case intake outcomes to create presentations highlighting key fraud risk trends, providing qualitative and quantitative insights.
  • Present these analytics to OIG Management and the Secretariat.
  • Monitor regulatory developments and industry trends to enhance the OIG’s counter-fraud program.
  • Contribute to the development of OIG’s counter-fraud strategy and workplan using intelligence from case intake activities.
  • Represent the OIG in panels, meetings, and with external stakeholders on intelligence and investigation case management matters.
  • Prepare and lead case intake and assessment training sessions for various divisions and units.
  • Coordinate strategic analysis initiatives, such as investigations and intelligence data analytics, with the Manager of Analytics and Transformation.
  • Provide support for special projects, acting as a focal point for Case Intake in system redesign efforts.
  • Conduct effective onboarding and ongoing capacity building for team members.
  • Validate and control the screening assessment outcomes of Case Intake Analysts before submission to senior management.
  • Act as a role model, promoting collaborative relationships within the organization.

Profile:


  • A university degree in a related field, or a first-level university degree with relevant academic qualifications and experience in a related area, or
  • Significant relevant experience at a national or international level in lieu of the above academic qualifications.
  • Professional qualifications and/or training related to investigations and/or intelligence.
  • Understanding of the Global Fund’s business model and OIG’s activities.
  • Strong experience as a criminal intelligence analyst and/or investigations analyst, working on complex criminal and/or administrative investigations in fraud and abuse, or other large-scale and complex investigations.
  • Proficiency in using intelligence tools and methods for analytical tasks, including analysis and investigation databases, free text retrieval applications, and analytical products.
  • Proven ability to create and maintain effective liaison between key internal and external stakeholders.
  • Experience in providing high-quality written and verbal summary-level analyses and a range of intelligence products.
  • Over 5 years of experience as a criminal intelligence analyst and/or investigations analyst in the area of fraud and abuse, or other large-scale and complex investigations.
  • Experience working with multiple sectors, such as international organizations, governments, civil society, and the private sector.
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