Senior Threat Mitigation Unit Specialist 6 months in Manchester NatWest Group Careers

Manchester, Lancashire

Join us as a Senior Threat Mitigation Unit Specialist

  • This critical role will see you delivering intelligence, investigation or reporting capabilities to understand and manage the financial crime risks facing the bank
  • You’ll be supporting the Threat Mitigation & Strategy leadership team in driving continuous effectiveness and efficiency improvements across the team and its processes
  • It’s an opportunity to gain exposure and build meaningful and lasting relationships with the wider Risk function, ensuring good collaboration is maintained across Financial Crime
  • We’re offering this role for a period of six months

What you’ll do

As a Senior Threat Mitigation Unit Specialist, you’ll be delivering industry leading financial crime investigations to facilitate the success of the function. Working with stakeholders across the bank, industry, law enforcement and Government, you’ll also be making sure that delivered products meet legal and regulatory requirements and are of an industry leading standard.

Your other key responsibilities will involve:

  • Delivering intelligence, investigation or reporting products in a timely, effective and professional manner
  • Contributing to the development of public or private sector collaboration to understand and manage financial crime risk to the bank, customers, industry and UK
  • Working with colleagues to help support and build a highly effective, professional and diverse team that can deliver stretch targets to facilitate the success of the function
  • Contributing to the continuous development and enhancements of the financial crime risk management framework and control environment

The skills you’ll need

It’s crucial that you have strong industry knowledge of anti-money laundering or counter-terrorist financing, coupled with a good understanding of the financial crime legal and regulatory environment.

We’ll also look for you to bring:

  • Experience of the practical application of PoCA and TACT
  • A track record in financial crime intelligence or investigation delivery and use
  • An understanding of the broader needs of internal and external partners
  • Well developed stakeholder and relationship management skills
  • Good communication skills to provide proactive and effective financial crime investigations
  • The ability to work collaboratively and influence direction

If you need any adjustments to support your application, such as information in alternative formats or special requirements to access our buildings, or if you’re eligible under the Disability Confident Scheme please contact us and we’ll do everything we can to help.