At a glance
The world is changing fast and our role as a gatekeeper is changing with it. As reflected in our purpose, ‘Banking for better, for generations to come’, we’re committed to a sustainable, stable and safe financial system. This makes tracking down financial crime one of our priorities. But that’s not news to you, of course. You know what’s happening in the world. You’re socially engaged, you’re an ethical person and you’re keen on innovation. You want to do right by clients, the bank and society at large. That’s your mission.
In the Detecting Financial Crime (DFC) unit, we’ve brought together every activity the bank undertakes to detect financial crime, whether at our Dutch offices and branches, our subsidiaries in the Netherlands and elsewhere, or our challenger banks. By combining knowledge, expertise, and joining forces, we can do a better job of keeping our banking systems free of financial crime and embracing new developments. The advancing technology is both an opportunity and a threat. Not only does it help us to improve our investigative work, but it also increases the sophistication of organised crime. In short, detecting financial crime is an ongoing process that makes the highest possible demands of our expertise and alertness every single day.
Within DFC, the Process Design team is responsible for process changes and other complex requests within the DFC domain. DFC and the three Client Units work closely together to manage the money laundering, terrorist financing and sanctions risks we identify as a bank.
In your role as data analyst – process analytics, you are part of the I&D Data analytics – Process Design team (part of DFC). The I&D Data analytics team consists of about 10 members. Team members have a background in data analytics, project management, DFC subject matter and business expertise. In 2022, the team set to become a Data & Process Analytics Centre of Excellence for the DFC department. With your expertise in process analytics, you will contribute to this goal by supporting all the phases of process mining initiatives, from discovery to execution.
You will work closely with colleagues in the various client units and with colleagues in other teams in DFC. Therefore, you collaborate with stakeholders on a global level, including second line parties.
Are you a data analyst eager to create value through process analytics, and are you ready to inspire the organization with your vision? Turn your goals into reality and work on your professional and personal development.
Financial crime is a hot topic. The media seems to report on money laundering or terrorist financing just about every day. And these are just two of the types of crime we focus our investigative efforts on. The social relevance of our work is just as important to us. We mean this to refer to our role as a gatekeeper, which has a bearing on the security and stability of society, and – by extension – on the security and stability of our clients. All of this impacts our relevance as an organisation and our continuity. At DFC, we attach great value to linking up the interests of our clients, the bank and society at large.
Established a few years ago, DFC is further maturing. The fact that the department is in transition will give extra depth to your role. In this dynamic environment, you’ll have the opportunity to contribute to a future-proof foundation for efficient and effective process analytics & help drive process improvements in DFC.
DFC has six different units, each of which has multiple teams; there are data analysts, operational specialists, lean consultants, management consultants and subject matter experts. Thanks to our multidisciplinary approach, you’ll learn about different disciplines. And the fun part is: you’ll get to interact with the entire bank.
Fitting DFC, you are a person with integrity and innovative by character, with an interest in society. You will settle for nothing less than the right thing for our clients, the bank and society as a whole. You are keen to identify improvements in anti-money laundering processes with the help of process analytics.
Our success is driven by smart thinking combined with a hands-on, can-do mentality. Your track record shows:
- You’re enterprising, creative and a team player; you don’t mind a changing environment and you thrive on taking initiative.
- You design and conduct analyses to reveal process inefficiencies & bottlenecks – preferably using Celonis – and turn those insights into actions
- With your strong communication skills, you know how to tackle complex problems using data and how to cclearly communicate the story behind the data to stakeholders.
- You are comfortable managing multiple stakeholders from different domains.
- You have between one and four years’ work experience.
The following is a pre:
- Lean Six Sigma Green Belt
- Ability to analyse large amounts of data using tooling such as SQL, Python
- Experience with data visualization and/or experience designing dashboards (PowerBI)
- Experience in the anti-money laundering domain
We are offering
- An opportunity to be part of a highly visible team within DFC and the bank
- A challenging job in which you own your success and have a direct impact on team results
- A position in which you can grow, both personally and professionally
- The opportunity to pro-actively work on your vitality and fitness
- A supplementary benefit budget of 11%, which you can spend on additional fringe benefits
- A personal development budget of EUR 1.000 per year
- An annual public transportation pass or travel budget, depending on the function
- A solid pension plan
If you are interested, please apply online. We are looking forward to meet you! For more information, please contact Peter Fijnvandraat (+31 (0) 6 29 01 18 69).
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