Financial Crime Senior Analyst
Financial Crime Senior Analyst
- Location: Central London, London Area
- Salary: £25,421 - £36,720
- Contract Type: Fixed Term Contract
- Ref: R002700036
- Closing Date: 15 December 2019
As a Financial Crime Senior Analyst, you’ll be responsible for protecting Nationwide and its members from all types of financial crime - Fraud, Money Laundering, Terrorist Financing, Sanctions and Bribery & Corruption. You’ll be carrying out thorough investigations on Nationwide’s customer base in order to identify potential risks to the Society, engaging with law enforcement as appropriate.
Salary range £25,421 - £36,720 dependent on skills and experience
Full time working 35 hours per week. Open to flexible working arrangements
Please apply by Sunday 15th December
We think small businesses are overlooked in the UK. We want to provide products that give real & lasting benefit to small businesses. We’re called Nationwide for business.
Do you crave a role where you can be involved in something brand new… Where you’ll help to build and shape a new business? If so, this could be the ideal opportunity for you.
Who we're looking for
You’ll need to be used to working in an agile environment and will be expected to show innovation and flexibility. We’re looking for a collaborator who delivers at pace and can listen and absorb quickly. At the same time you’ll be able to challenge effectively to drive the right outcomes.
We need someone with:
• Comprehensive knowledge and understanding AML/Sanctions/Fraud processes and systems and application of these, with extensive experience in managing and conducting Financial Crime investigations across the customer lifecycle
• Significant experience in analysing and assimilating large and diverse amounts of information to establish the facts in a given situation and using sound unbiased judgement to recommend an informed outcome
• Knowledge of anti-money laundering / combating terrorist financing, both practical and theoretical, including legislation and regulation
• Excellent written and verbal communications skills, and high attention to detail and the ability to produce quality documentation and reporting
• Strong time management, prioritisation and organisation skills
• Ability to work with multiple stakeholders at all levels, maintaining a professional, objective and independent approach, ensuring discretion is demonstrated when working on highly sensitive and strictly confidential matters
We’re also interested in who you are as a person. Why? Because our membership is made up of so many different kinds of people, so we want our employees to be just as diverse. We’d love to hear about:
• Your values, and what makes you who you are
• How you’d make a difference to our members in this role
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.
What you'll be doing
You’ll be a key part of our Financial Crime Operations Team, working across all Financial Crime disciplines, responding to real-time intelligence to effectively manage Financial Crime risks facing Nationwide and our customers.
You’ll be part of a small 1st line risk function. The function will use the latest screening and detection technologies and innovative solutions to ensure that we appropriately identify, assess, manage, monitor and review key risks in the development and operation of Nationwide for business.
This is a role where you can help build a 1st line risk function that is agile in the way it works, utilising the latest technology and advances in data management, machine learning and analytics to be an innovative, industry leading risk function.
The extras you'll get
Our people’s success isn’t based on how long they spend at their desk. While you’ll have contracted hours, we want to offer a flexible environment where possible. That might be working from home, logging on from other offices across the UK, or working part time or compressed hours.
We’ve let you know about the flexibility available for this role at the start of the advert. This means you can quickly decide if it suits how you’d like to work.
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
• Access to an annual performance related bonus
• Access to training to help you develop and progress your career
• 25 days holiday
• London location allowance - £4,687 per annum
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Why work for us?
We’re a building society founded by ordinary people, our members, who came together to help each other get the most from their money, buy homes and save for their futures. For over 130 years, we’ve supported each other and our communities, and we’ve done the right thing for wider society too.
If you come to work here at Nationwide, you’ll be part of that. Part of something a bit different. And something really quite special.
What’s more, we have a strong ethic of care for each other and our members. We recognise that our employees feel most appreciated when their thoughts and values are respected and considered. We’re committed to creating a culture that recognises and truly values our individual differences and identities. So if you’d like to be a part of an inclusive workplace where you can be yourself, where your talents are nurtured, and you feel empowered to contribute, then please apply and help us in building society, nationwide.
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, and so we will be in contact shortly after the closing date to let you know the outcome of your application.