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At PayPal (NASDAQ: PYPL), we believe that every person has the right to participate fully in the global economy. Our mission is to democratize financial services to ensure that everyone, regardless of background or economic standing, has access to affordable, convenient, and secure products and services to take control of their financial lives. We’re a purpose-driven company, and our beliefs are the foundation of how we conduct business every day. We’re guided by our core values of Inclusion, Innovation, Collaboration, and Wellness. Collectively, these values inspire us to work together as One Team with our customers at the center of everything we do, and to take care of ourselves, each other, and the communities in which we live and work. We challenge the status quo, ask questions, and find solutions. Join us as we enable the hopes, dreams, and ambitions of millions of people around the world.

Global Investigations (GI) is seeking a highly talented, self-motivated and analytical individual to join the Cyber Fraud Investigations Team (CFI) under the Global Financial Crimes & Customer Protection (GFC&CP) Program. The mission of CFI is to ensure the financial and reputational resiliency of PayPal and its subsidiaries through the resolution of complex investigations into incidents of fraud. This role requires prior end-to-end investigative experience with cyber-enabled and complex fraud/AML typologies. This role also requires a self-starter with the ability to think critically and strategically when handling investigations, seeing beyond the initial facts presented and reviewing information thoroughly and in a highly organized manner to drive the investigation to conclusion. Additionally, it requires the ability to operate independently, manage multiple competing priorities with difficult deadlines, and exhibit a sense of urgency when necessary. The role provides an opportunity to work alongside leading investigations professionals in collaboration with law enforcement, private sector partners, and a broad array of internal stakeholders.


  • Bachelor’s degree required or equivalent work experience.
  • Minimum of five years professional experience conducting investigations related to internal cyber-enabled fraud (preferred), cybercrime, complex fraud/AML and/or high profile/high priority events.
  • Experience at PayPal and institutional knowledge is preferred and valued.
  • Proven ability to analyze large amounts of data in order to report critical information.
  • Ability to understand opposing points of view on highly complex issues.
  • Experience working with data acquisition and forensic examination.
  • Advanced data query and analysis skills (SQL, SAS, Teradata, Hadoop, Splunk, I2, Maltego tc.)
  • Prior law enforcement and/or prosecution experience a plus.
  • Crypto-related investigative experience a plus.
  • CAMS designation a plus.
  • Travel, as needed.

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EMEA Cyber Fraud Investigator


  • Date Posted:Mar 24, 2022

  • Location:Dublin, Ireland

  • Job Role:EMEA Cyber Fraud Investigator

  • Salary: Not disclosed

  • Category:Graduate/Entry Level

  • Work Type:Not Disclosed

  • Work Mode:Not Disclosed