Counter Fraud Officer

Permanent
  • Post Date: October 8, 2018
  • Apply Before: October 31, 2018
Job Description

Would you like to help HM Land Registry deliver its ambitious Counter Fraud Strategy – which will play a fundamental role in protecting the Land Register, a key part of the national economic infrastructure?

HM Land Registry ensures people’s land and property rights are guaranteed and protected in one of the most active property markets in the world. As part of our highly-regarded Counter Fraud Group you could be contributing to this important and exciting work every day, operating against the ever-evolving, ever-changing fraud threat HM Land Registry faces.

We are looking for candidates who can develop effective relationships both with internal stakeholders and with external law enforcement agencies, liaising with them and advising on the fraud threats we face. You will build knowledge of the strategic and tactical counter-fraud environment in which you will operate.

Your skills will include being able to analyse, evaluate and interpret complex data in a fast-evolving environment. You will provide real-time support and fraud insight to operational staff across the country and produce appropriate outcomes to defend against fraud or illegality.

You will work towards a relevant counter-fraud qualification and develop yourself against the Government Counter Fraud Standards.

HM Land Registry offers competitive terms, conditions and benefits. We actively encourage career progression, training and development. You will have access to Civil Service pension and benefits arrangements, as well as flexible working – exactly what you would expect from a progressive employer such as the Civil Service.

For more information about the job, please see the attached job description.
Competencies

We’ll assess you against these competencies during the selection process:

Please give evidence of the following:

2 GCSE’s Mathematics and English Language or equivalent qualification OR significant recent experience within counter fraud.

Please give evidence supported by examples for the following:

Strong numerical and analytical skills with good attention to detail and the ability to evaluate, scrutinise and analyse large quantities of data.

Please give evidence supported by examples for the following:

Ability to write reports or demonstrate the potential to achieve this skill and excellent written and oral communication skills.

Please give evidence supported by examples for the following:

Experience of cross-group working and a proven ability to work well in a team.