The mission of the Office of Intelligence and Analysis (OIA) is to identify and mitigate risks and anticipate emerging threats for our clients. By delivering industry best intelligence products, we enable our customer clients, regulators, and law enforcement partners to better assess controls and respond to fraud. Our suite of intelligence analytical products provide actionable insights to our members and stakeholders to make better decisions. This team is further responsible for the immediate assessment and communication of fraud events to drive claims resolution. The team performs risk assessments, facilitates business impact analysis, creates comprehensive reports, and ensures the timely dissemination to our clients and partners. The success of this team is predicated on effective communication with internal and external partners, and our proactive approach to producing high-level intelligence products and solutions. The ideal candidate will leverage their education and prior work or internship experience to support analyst and investigative operations within this critical department at NICB.
• Interpreting data from various sources to draw actionable conclusions
• Assisting development of detailed risk assessments to identify and communicate key fraud indicators to customer clients and law enforcement partners
• Facilitating the test and development of dashboards to illuminate criminal networks
• Performing analysis and audits of existing intelligence products and processes
• Providing strategic and field office support centered on vehicle theft, medical clinic and provider fraud, organized criminal networks, and catastrophe response
• Advanced proficiency in Microsoft Office (Access, Excel, PowerPoint and Word)
• Knowledge of relational database management systems, i.e. SQL databases
• Preferred understanding of process flows with an ability to identify and test controls
• Strong interpersonal skills with a passion to work on a diverse team
• Proven analytical and problem-solving aptitude
Education, Work Experience, Licensure:
• Must attend on a full-time basis an accredited U.S. college or university as an undergraduate (including two-year technical programs), graduate, or post-doctoral student
• Must be able to obtain course credit for successful completion of internship assignment
• Must have and maintain at least a 3.0 GPA. If your school does not provide a GPA, you must have maintained a 3.0 high school GPA and meet one of the following alternate criteria: SAT, 1,500 out of 2,400 or 1,000 out of 1,600 (most recent SAT); ACT, 21 or higher.
• Preferred areas of study include Business Intelligence, Computer Science, Data Analytics or Science, Operations, Management Information Systems, or a related field
• Previous professional work or internship experience preferred
2 openings. Telecommuting is allowed.
Internal Number: 3
About National Insurance Crime Bureau
With a 108-year heritage, the National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB) is the nation's premier not-for-profit organization dedicated exclusively to fighting insurance fraud and crime.
NICB was formed in 1992 from a merger between the National Automobile Theft Bureau (NATB) and the Insurance Crime Prevention Institute (ICPI), both of which were not-for-profit organizations. The NATB, which managed vehicle theft investigations and developed vehicle theft databases for use by the insurance industry, dates to the early 20th century. The ICPI investigated insurance fraud for approximately 20 years before joining with the NATB to form the present National Insurance Crime Bureau.
NICB is an intelligence-driven and operationally focused organization that leads a united effort of insurers, law enforcement agencies, and representatives of the public to proactively identify, combat, and prevent insurance crime.
To be the preeminent organization fighting insurance fraud and crime.