Job Description


We are a values driven organization putting Relationships FIRST. EagleBank is focused on being Flexible, Involved, Responsive, Strong, and Trusted. By prioritizing meaningful connections with our customers, employees, and shareholders, we relentlessly deliver the most compelling, valuable service to our community. EagleBank (NASDAQ - EGBN) was founded to meet the financial needs of local business owners in Maryland, Washington DC, and Northern Virginia. With genuine connections, we provide custom financial solutions, local decision-making, and a deeply-rooted dedication to the community.

EagleBank is committed to being a workplace of inclusion, equity, respect, and acceptance. We celebrate diversity and intentionally seek out opportunities to learn from one another’s experience. We believe employees are essential to the building of relationships and we prioritize investing in employee growth and wellbeing. Throughout your EagleBank career, our commitment is to provide you with a variety of competitive benefits, recognition, training and development, and the knowledge that your contribution adds value to the company and our community. Employee involvement is fostered through resource groups, mentorship programs, community service, and scholarship opportunities for continued education. With features including wellness discounts, healthcare premium sharing, employer funding in your HSA account, and 100% 401(k) matching up to 4%, we pride ourselves in the ways we support our internal relationships.

We understand the need to be creative and flexible when it comes to telecommuting and other alternative work arrangements. This position is eligible for our hybrid remote work program which allows employees to work remotely two days a week. This position has flexibility in choosing which two days, in addition to Wednesday, will be worked in the Rockville MD and Silver Spring MD office.


The Fraud Investigator develops and conducts fraud investigations and assists with physical security matters for EagleBank Corp. Monitors and reports on fraud trends and engage in strategy development to address these trends. This position will assist the Bank Security Officer ("BSO") in defining, developing, and deploying proper security procedures and regular training to all managed locations to ensure the safety of bank personnel, clients, and financial assets while ensuring EagleBank’s compliance with all applicable Federal and state laws.Under the direction and guidance of the BSO, the Fraud Investigator will partner closely with the Bank Security Officer and staff members within Risk & Compliance, Banking Operations, Community Banking Branches, Human Resources, AML/BSA and other groups as required. Additionally, the position will collaborate where needed with all related groups to accomplish appropriate research and investigation of suspected fraud or similar matters. The position requires direct and productive interaction with the Bank Security Officer, clients, and other fraud/bank security personnel within financial services organizations entities, and federal/local law enforcement agencies.



  • 3 days/week in local office
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice, Business Administration, Business Management, or related field. . Relevant financial services sector, military and/or law enforcement experience which includes financial investigations may be substituted.
  • 6 years training and experience in managing fraud/financial crimes investigations, preferably in the financial services sector specifically in banking.
  • 5 years training and direct experience in fraud/financial crimes investigations, preferably within the Financial Services Sector.
  • Ability to document case-work and prepare or create effective reports/forms. Ability to communicate clearly with customer and employees (orally and in writing). Strong, demonstrated presentation skills to all levels within the enterprise. Able to design/teach/train individuals and groups on moderately complex materials relating to security and fraud.
  • Proficient with Microsoft Office products (Word, Excel, PowerPoint).
  • Ability to communicate clearly interview or interrogate, when appropriate. Ability to interact productively with clients and staff (orally on-clients in data-gathering and support.


  • 5 years working knowledge of banking products such as checking accounts, wire transfer, ACH, credit/debit cards.
  • 5 years direct experience in interacting with law enforcement, bank security officers, AML/BSA, etc.
  • 5 years established relationships with similar staff members of Maryland , District of Columbia and Virginia law enforcement and financial institutions.
  • Knowledge and experience with case- management systems and core banking systems. Specific knowledge of core banking systems, operation of common banking products, applicable laws and regulations, and how each may be impacted by fraudulent activities.
  • Willingness to join and participate in local security and fraud-management organizations.

Don't meet all the requirements? We encourage you to still apply if you think you are the right person to join our community. We are always interested connecting with people inspired by our mission and values. If you aren’t hired for this position, your resume will remain available for the next year and might be considered for future openings. Note: You can update your resume as often as needed.

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