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Treasury Consultant – Capital Reporting & Forecasting

  • Contract: Permanent
  • Reference: R00AOR03832
  • Closing Date: 16 July 2024
  • We're happy to consider flexible working approaches for this role
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Description

This is a fantastic chance to join Nationwide’s Capital & Credit risk reporting function, at a time when the team is expanding its remit.

The team is responsible for submitting regulatory reporting primarily in relation to Capital risk and Treasury credit risk. The primary goal of the team is to produce complete, accurate and timely reporting, helping the Board and relevant commitees ensure Nationwide remain financially strong, now and in the future.

The keys to success in this role are:

  • Knowledge of prudential reporting frameworks (e.g. Basel III)
  • Experience of Capital regulatory reporting (e.g. COREP / Pillar 3);
  • Experience using Microsoft Excel to deliver reporting solutions;
  • An ability to thrive in a fast-paced evolving environment;
  • A high level of self-motivation and drive; and
  • The ability to deliver end to end solutions, analyse complex data and spot errors/trends

We are particularly interested to speak to candidates who have advanced Microsoft Excel experience with a experience in financial or regulatory reporting

A clear lasting career path has been historically evidenced for those who enjoy the regulatory capital subject matter, reporting and challenging themselves to develop.

The Capital & Credit Risk Reporting team forms part of the wider Treasury function at Nationwide. This role will report to a Senior Consultant within the team.

At Nationwide we offer hybrid working wherever possible. More rewarding relationships are supported through our hybrid approach, bringing colleagues together across our UK wide estate, whilst also supporting generous access to home working. We value our time in the office to solve problems, to learn, and to feel connected.

For this job you'll spend at least two days per week, or if part time you'll spend 40% of your working time, at one of our offices, with regular travel to Swindon and London.

If your application is successful, your hiring manager will provide further details on how this works. You can also find out more about our approach to hybrid working here.

If we receive a high volume of relevant applications, we may close the advert earlier than the advertised date, so please apply as soon as you can.

What you’ll be doing

This role will be initially involved in delivering new reporting requirements within a new part of team. The role will report to a Senior Consultant in that sub-team.

You’ll be working in a fast-paced reporting team with a high volume of output that will mean you’ll have to think on your feet and problem solve while ensuring all deliverables are met. As we are at the heart of the business, you’ll have exposure to senior management, the ability to shape and influence the team and wider agenda.

You will also have the opportunity to work on regulatory reporting change programmes, helping to deliver important changes to our prudential reporting.

About you

As a minimum requirement you’ll need to have:

  • Knowledge or understanding of prudential reporting frameworks (e.g. Basel III)
  • Experience of Capital regulatory reporting (e.g. COREP / Pillar 3)
  • Excellent Microsoft Excel skills, including xlookup, sumifs, index/match and graphical skills.
  • Strong analytical abilities and a proven track record of delivering to a high standard, on time.
  • Extensive experience of reporting and forecasting, ideally in a banking or treasury environment.
  • A history of undertaking regulatory or internal reporting or forecasting in a finance or treasury environment, ideally within the capital reporting
  • The ability to deliver end to end solutions, analyse complex data and spot errors/trends.
  • An ability to interpret regulatory guidance, assessing this against existing reporting or forecasting and translating this into easy to digest information for stakeholders.
  • Able to deal with conflicting demands and prioritise deliverables.
  • Have an overriding drive and commitment to ensure the team objectives are achieved.

Our Customer First behaviours are all about putting customers and members at the heart of how we work together. You can strengthen your application by showing the behaviours that resonate with you, and how you might have already demonstrated these.

  • Say it straight - This is about being honest and direct with good intent and saying what needs to be said in the room. It’s also about being clear, precise, and using language that we and, importantly, our customers and members can understand.
  • Push for better - This is about aiming high and constantly looking for better in how we work together and serve our customers and members.
  • Get it done - This is about prioritising what will have the greatest impact, being decisive and taking accountability for delivering on the end-to-end outcome.

We know applying for jobs can sometimes feel like you’re sending an application into a black hole. We review each application individually. So, it’s a good idea to call out your most relevant experience on your application to give yourself the best chance.

The extras you’ll get

There are all sorts of employee benefits available at Nationwide, including:

  • A personal pension – if you put in 7% of your salary, we’ll top up by a further 16%
  • Up to 2 days of paid volunteering a year
  • Life assurance worth 8x your salary
  • A great selection of additional benefits through our salary sacrifice scheme
  • Wellhub – Access to a range of free and paid options for health and wellness.
  • Access to an annual performance related bonus
  • Access to training to help you develop and progress your career
  • 25 days holiday, pro rata

What makes us different

Nationwide is the world’s largest building society. With over 15 million customers, we have a relationship with almost a quarter of the UK’s population. We’ve got the scale to compete with the big banks, but we’re not a bank.

As a building society, we’re owned by our members – that’s our customers who have their current account, mortgage or savings with us. It means we can do things differently to deliver our Purpose – Banking – but fairer, more rewarding, and for the good of society.

When you work at Nationwide, you can experience that difference for yourself. You’ll be part of a high-performing, purpose-driven organisation that offers rewarding career experiences and a highly competitive range of benefits to match. You’ll also be joining us at an important time as we seek to reach more and more people in the UK. We want everyone in the UK to know that they don’t have to bank with a bank. They can choose a modern mutual instead.

What to do next

If this role is for you, please click the ‘Apply Now’ button. You’ll need to attach your up-to-date CV and answer a few quick questions for us.

We respond to everyone, so we will be in contact shortly after the closing date to let you know the outcome of your application.

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