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Operational Risk Officer

Operational Risk Officer

Job description

Operational Risk Officer                              €75,000 + Benefits  Hybrid

Working for an International Bank this is a great opportunity to develop your operational Risk skills in a wide ranging banking environment. Extremely Flexible Hybrid working arrangemnets.

Responsibilities:

  • Partner with colleagues and contribute to the successful creation and execution of the strategy and business plan for the country. 
  • Oversee and manage Credit and C&R functions to drive operational excellence – minimizing cost while optimizing customer service, customer experience and revenue.
  • Advise, embed and monitor, on risk appetite, credit/risk profiles, corporate/external policies, regulations and sales mandates in co-operation with departments involved. 
  • Manage the Credit and, C&R departments and provide support or decide on applications/actions that fall outside of their own authority. 
  • Participate in credit committee and bear responsibility for the quality of the submitted agenda items from local level. 

Who You Are:

  • 7 years+ experience preferred.
  • Comfortable leading a team in a semi-virtual environment and using remote tools
  • Strong business writing, Excel and communication skills.
  • Mindset of continuous improvement
  • Willingness to be flexible and adapt to changing needs of the business.
  • Strong decision-making ability, especially in an escalation/urgent scenario.

What’s Next

Apply now by clicking the “Apply Now" button or call me, Paul O'Riordan on 4744663 or e-mail me on poriordan@sigmar.ie

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