Senior Quantitative Analyst – Statistics (Role A-5)

Are you attentive to details? Do you think logically and comprehensively? Does working with computer systems to review account activity or report unusual transactions seem like something you would enjoy?

Here is what you will do:

  • Follow standard CIBC processes and policies to gather background information and compile transaction and account data
  • Review account activity to identify risky behaviours and potential fraudulent activity and investigate further depending on findings
  • Summarize your findings and recommend courses of action, which may include reporting or liaising with others

In performing this role you will: 

  • Have a post-secondary degree or diploma in business, engineering, computer science, public management, mathematics, law, international relations or other experience providing similar background
  • Use your investigative skills to analyze information and formulate action steps or conclusions
  • Have an interest in learning about money laundering and regulatory requirements
  • Gain general knowledge of banking, banking systems and internal controls
  • Use your Microsoft Office and ability to effectively learn how to use commuter systems to complete tasks
  • As you become comfortable in the role, be able to work with minimal supervision

Nice to have:

  • Some training, knowledge or experience relating to fraud detection
Role Business Location Deadline
Fraud Analyst CIBC Toronto September 4, 2018 Closed

The Recruitment Process


The first step in the recruitment process is for interested candidates to apply for the roles. This will involve completing an online questionnaire as well as submitting their resume to Specialisterne Canada. Instructions for applying are included below. Applicants will be shortlisted for participation in the next step based on a review of each online questionnaire and assessing the likelihood of fit for the roles for which we are recruiting.

Employment Discovery Workshop

The next step in the Specialisterne recruitment process is an Employment Discovery Workshop. It is a hands-on, task-based experience where you will work on specific projects in a relaxed setting. It is an opportunity to learn about our approach to hiring, and for us to get to know you – what motivates you, your interests and your skills.

Training Program

Candidates whose profiles are well-suited for the roles for which we are recruiting will be invited to participate in a four-week skills evaluation and training program on the employer’s site. It will include case studies, real-life projects, as well as training relevant to the roles and working environment.


Employment offers are made to the candidates with the best fit. Once accepted, the individuals will transition into their positions at the organization. Specialisterne Canada will provide support where necessary, which may include modifications to the work environment.

Those not selected can have their profiles added to our database for consideration for other more suitable job opportunities in the future.

To Apply

Please read the role descriptions carefully.

If you completed a Specialisterne questionnaire in the past, please do so again, as this one has been customized for this recruitment program.

For More Information

Please direct any questions via email to  If you prefer to speak on the phone, send us an email and we will schedule a call.

For a complete description of the process and all our roles, download this PDF.

For more information about Specialisterne, visit our website

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