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Manager, Recs CoE Financial Governance

Manager, Recs CoE Financial Governance

Req ID:  29389
Department:  Finance Governance + Control (30110616)
Division:  Institutional (T45000)
Job Family:  Banking / Core (default)
Location:  Melbourne

About the role

At ANZ our purpose is to shape a world where people and communities thrive. We’re making this happen by improving the financial wellbeing and sustainability of our customers so they can achieve incredible things– whether they’re buying a home, building a business or saving for things big or small.


This role is supporting the Business Management and Financial Governance Manager in delivering operational excellence of governance protocols and Financial Reporting for the global ‘Reconciliation Centre of Excellence’ department. The fundamentals are ensuring robust ANZ Group Financial Reporting for all accounts globally on our multiple registers, compliance of all relevant policies & procedures across the bank and the oversight and strategic implementation of sound Governance obligations and protocols.


The dynamic nature of the role would be suitable for someone who loves to learn, is curious about the big picture of banking (products, departments, projects, systems), proactive in engaging the right channels to identify process flows, can put a critical thinking hat on to investigate issues, able to identify process gaps/risks, is a creative thinker and able to implement or reengineer controls and processes within the team. 


Role Location: 833 Collins Street, Docklands VIC 3008

Role Type: Permanent, Full-Time

What will you bring?

To grow and be successful in this role, you will ideally bring the following:

  • Strong banking experience with Retail/Institutional Product knowledge preferred.

  • Proven People Leadership capability to drive change and implement new governance protocols (end to end).

  • Good understanding of Operations Management, Financial reporting, Governance and Risk Experience.

  • High level of problem solving aptitude and demonstrated organisational skills. This role will be expected to be flexible and adaptable in managing changing work requirements and environments.

  • Proficient in MS Office programs including Word, Excel, PowerPoint and MS Project.

  • Strategic thinker with the ability to provide sound and creative solutions.

  • Strong communication skills

  • Ability to work independently


You’re not expected to have 100% of these skills. At ANZ a growth mindset is at the heart of our culture, so if you have most of these things in your toolbox, we’d love to hear from you.

So, why join us?

There’s something special about being part of ANZ.  From the moment you join us, you’re part of a team working towards a common goal: improving the financial wellbeing and sustainability of our millions of customers.


As a Purpose-led bank, we’ve committed to delivering commercial and societal outcomes across environmental sustainability, financial wellbeing and household affordability.  We deliver these sustainability commitments with our customers, in our business and across the communities where we operate.


But it’s not just our customers who’ll feel your impact. You’ll feel it too. Because at ANZ, you’ll have the resources and community you need to take the next big step in your career, towards even bigger things in the future.


We offer a range of benefits tailored to the countries in which we operate including Health and Wellbeing programs and flexible working arrangements.


You’ll also enjoy working in a diverse and inclusive workplace where the different backgrounds, perspectives and life experiences of our people are celebrated. We encourage you to talk to us about any adjustments you may require to our recruitment process or the role itself. If you are a candidate with a disability, let us know how we can provide you with additional support.


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Job Posting End Date

09/02/2023image, 11.59pm, (Melbourne Australia)

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