The Hartford SIU Forensic Data Engineer / SR Data Engineer in United States

Title: SIU Forensic Data Engineer / SR Data Engineer

Location: United States

Job Number: 1603134

Located remotely, but includes periodic visits to The Hartford Home Offices and reporting in to SIU Intelligence Manager,

this position will conduct analytic research to identify trends and patterns in suspicious claim activity. This position is

responsible for acquiring and analyzing complex intelligence and investigative data, using deductive reasoning and

compilation/organization of investigative facts.

Identify Patterns and Trends Using Claim and Policy Data Tables (60%)

  • Collect, collate, analyze, disseminate and evaluate data to discover developing patterns, trends and changes in suspicious activity
  • Perform strategic, prescriptive analyses using statistical analysis, time series analysis, link analysis and other tools in order to view, evaluate and generate conclusions
  • Use predictive modeling and proactive tools to identify patterns of suspicious claim activity

Prepare Reports (15%)

  • Prepare accurate reports that clearly convey insight gained from analysis
  • Stratify and classify data and maintain intelligence information for use by SIU staff
  • Create visualizations of data for purposes of data exploration
  • Prepare charts, diagrams, timelines, or other materials needed to support analytic findings
  • Prepare comprehensive reports for departments of insurance, law enforcement, or use in prosecution or litigation

Participate in Investigative Strategy Development (15%)

  • Work with Tactical Analysts, Investigators and SIU Team Leaders to formulate strategic plans for investigating organized fraud rings
  • Participate in virtual investigative teams to identify tactics for investigating complex cases

Maintain Knowledge of Industry Trends (5%)

  • Keep current on trends within the industry and tactics used by organized fraud rings to defraud insurers
  • Identify and assist in the evaluation of new technologies or investigative methods

Coordinate Investigation Requests from Law Enforcement or Outside Agencies (5%)

  • Conduct analytic research in response to requests from law enforcement agencies, other insurers, National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB), other outside agencies with regard to complex investigations or organized fraud rings

Technical Functional Skills:

  • Proven ability to acquire, analyze and interpret information from various sources and formulate theories regarding trends and patterns required
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite, particularly Excel and Access
  • Ability to use other industry-recognized analytical tools such as TOAD, ACL, SAS and I2
  • Knowledge of related analytical and statistical techniques
  • Familiarity with data warehousing concepts and structure
  • Insurance fraud awareness and interest

WHAT ELSE CAN YOU TELL ME?

  • This role is 100% remote and can be located anywhere in the US.


Qualifications:

Requirements:

  • Bachelor's degree, mathematical, statistical, or analytic-related course completion preferred
  • Knowledge of insurance claims process and/or investigation of insurance fraud schemes
  • 1-3 years within insurance operational roles (such as Claims and Underwriting)
  • 2-5 years within a formal analytical role (investigative analyst, statistician, other analyst roles)
  • Proficiency with Excel, Word and PowerPoint
  • Knowledge of statistical, time series, and link analysis

Qualifications:

  • Strong analytical skills
  • Proven ability to acquire, analyze and interpret data from various sources and formulate theories regarding fraudulent trends and patterns
  • Proven excellence in critical thinking and conceptual skills; creative use of varied research methods
  • Proven ability to communicate complex ideas and analysis both verbally and orally
  • Customer service, teamwork and relationship building
  • Proven organizational skills with ability to organize data, time and multiple task
  • Proven ability to work both independently and in a team environment
  • Ability to influence without authority
  • Prior experience in managing sensitive investigative data

Behaviors at the Hartford:

  • Deliver Outcomes – Demonstrate a bias for speed and execution that serves our shareholders and customers.
  • Operate as a Team Player – Work together to drive solutions for the good of The Hartford.
  • Build Strong Partnerships – Demonstrate integrity and build trust with others.
  • Strive for Excellence – Motivate yourself and others to achieve high standards and continuously improve.

The Hartford is an equal employment and affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration

without regard to race, color, sex, religion, age, national origin, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender

identity or expression, marital status, ancestry or citizenship status, genetic information, pregnancy status or any other

characteristic protected by law. The Hartford maintains a drug-free workplace and is committed to building inclusion and

leveraging diversity.


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