Underwriting Analyst San Francisco
Stripe is responsible for fueling the payments of tens of thousands of businesses across the globe. As an underwriting analyst you’ll work on one of the most challenging problems at the company: fighting fraud.
As a risk underwriter, you will ensure safe payments for our users and help Stripe mitigate fraud. The stakes are high, and you will be up against ever-changing and always-improving opponents. You’ll work closely with our risk analysts and engineers to keep Stripe and our users safe by monitoring accounts, spotting fraud patterns and rooting out suspicious behavior.
- Monitor accounts and transactions to identify fraudulent behavior and work closely with our risk analysts to identify persistent trends.
- Refine tools and practices to increase the efficiency of application reviews, the accuracy of our decisions, and the quality of entrepreneurs’ experience.
- Work with internal and external partners to support entrepreneurs around the world.
We’re looking for people who:
- Can think critically about complex problems, appropriately weight many factors and reach a definitive conclusion.
- Are efficient, and enjoy working in a fast-paced, high-volume environment.
- Love writing, and can do so quickly and clearly.
- Have deep empathy for entrepreneurs starting a business, and are motivated to solve problems to empower them.
- Are persistent and thorough, willing to go the extra mile to understand specific cases and examine underlying causes.
- Are curious, decisive, understanding and persistent.
Nice to have:
- Experience with payments, risk, compliance, or the financial industry
- Experience in a role supporting users at a technology company
- This role is based at our headquarters in San Francisco.
- This will be a 9-12 month fixed-term position
Include these in your application:
- Your resume or LinkedIn profile.
- Your answer to the following: given free rein, what are one or two improvements you would have made to the processes at a company or organization where you have worked? - How would you assess if the change(s) was (were) successful?
We look forward to hearing from you.