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Manager Threat Response

Manager Threat Response

Req ID:  22964
Department:  PRJPA-PrjAccordML95976Risk (39970483)
Division:  Risk (T87550)
Job Family:  Banking / Core (default)
Location:  Melbourne

About the role

Role Location:  Melbourne
Role Type: 12 month Opportunity, conversion to permanent after 12 months

 

Financial Crime Threat Management (FCTM) strives to protect our business and communities against financial crime threats. FCTM utilise customer data and intelligence to detect, investigate and escalate potentially suspicious activity such as money laundering, financing of terrorism, and activity involving sanctioned parties. FCTM specialists work within the Financial Crime Portfolio to support businesses across the group in complying with financial crime regulatory obligations. The Manager, Threat Response & Capability will be responsible for managing and supporting key Financial Crime systems (including large data repositories and intelligence assets) and developing capability for the wider Financial Crime Portfolio (FCP) through the delivery and maintenance of new systems, tools and resources. This team will also integrate with the wider FCTM Investigations, Intelligence, Detection, and List Management functions in the delivery of new assets, including dynamic algorithms designed to identify instances of potentially criminal activity according to known red flag indicators.

What will your day look like

Key responsibilities:

  • Support the Intelligence assets within the FCP, including the Financial Crime Data Hub. Make recommendations as necessary for strategy uplift and expansion, and explore options to increase the scope of data ingestion to encompass additional sources.
  • Support and expand the range of Intelligence applications available to analysts within the FCP, including i2, Sintelix, Transaction Tracing Tool, DART and Automated Case Narrative (Ultron).
  • Drive the automation agenda in line with project deliverables, and make recommendations to uplift process capability.
  • Develop, test and refine new/existing Dynamic Algorithms to meet specific risk indicators; liaise with the Coverage, Intelligence, Detection and Operational teams to understand requirements and project the alert quality/volume.
  • Contribute to knowledge sharing among Financial Crime teams, in particular the FCTM Intelligence and Detection teams, to continually raise capability and deliver quality outcomes (both within Australia and globally).

What will you bring?

  • More than five years modelling experience and/or related technical experience, preferably with regulatory exposure.
  • Proven experience in data governance, including data quality, data lineage and process mapping.
  • Coding experience in Python, R, SQL or SAS
  • Proven experience in processing, cleansing, and verifying the integrity of data used for analysis. Ability to analyse large data sets with high level of attention to detail.
  • Thinks strategically and commercially, drives an adaptive, agile risk culture and motivates organisational change.
  • Builds trusted advisory relationships across the organisation with a strong ability to influence and succeed through collaboration
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills, and the ability to communicate on both a technical and non-technical level
  • Can understand and interpret complex modelling methodologies and apply different analytical techniques to solve business problems.
  • Sound appreciation of all aspects of compliance and operational risk.
  • A keen understanding of data visualisation (Qlik, Power BI, Tableau) 
  • Excellent technical knowledge around software integration and ETL processes.

So, why join us?

We’re reinventing the way we do banking, and our community of collaborative, innovative thinkers who create human-centred solutions are helping us get there. We’re responding faster to changing customer requirements, focusing on the things that matter. 

 

We’ll also offer you the opportunity to develop your career, working in a diverse and inclusive workplace where the different backgrounds, perspectives and life experiences of our people are celebrated and create a great place to grow, thrive and belong.

 

A happy workplace is a thriving one, and some of the perks you’ll get from being an employee at ANZ are:

  • Lifestyle leave - top up your annual leave with up to four weeks of additional purchased leave or take a longer period of unpaid time off
  • Great discounts on our financial products, and an annual Superannuation top up payment of $500 for all female employees to address the Superannuation gender gap
  • Competitive parental leave policies for both mums and dads, with a lump sum childcare contribution when you return to work

 

We work flexibly at ANZ and encourage you to talk to us about how this role can be flexible for you and 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.

 

Interested in joining us?

 

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Job Posting End Date

7-October 2022, 11.59pm, (Melbourne Australia)

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