Key Control Analyst
● An exciting opportunity to be part of the Assurance Vanuatu / Operations Vanuatu Division, to drive and support change on KCT and share best practices ideas
● Permanent full-time position open to All Applicants
● Based in Port Vila
At ANZ, everything comes down to ‘why’ – their purpose is to shape a world where people and communities thrive and are as focused on seeing their staff thrive as well as their customers. ANZ aim to give their staff every opportunity to develop their career.
ANZ are responding faster to changing customer requirements, focusing on the things that matter the most, energising their people, eliminating waste and reducing bureaucracy.
A happy workplace is a thriving one. So in order to attract and keep the best talent, and say thanks for the hard work, ANZ make sure all their employees are rewarded.
As a Key Control Analyst for Vanuatu, your role is to provide assurance to the Manager Assurance, the COO and CH Vanuatu that all Operational processes within the Bank are being managed effectively and in accordance with Group Policy. Your role is also responsible for reporting on the regulatory compliance obligations that apply in the Vanuatu operations environment. You will prepare monthly reports for the COO documenting all actual / potential losses in Vanuatu operations i.e. reconciliation errors, duplicated payments etc. Your role is also to develop an internal control and monitoring program for operations functions which includes development of KCT test scripts of operations functions.
This role reports to the Manager Assurance.
Essential Selection Criteria
► Knowledge of country operations and regulatory compliance obligations
► Proven experience in KCT or Audit preferably from the banking and financial industries
► Good analytical skills and sound report writing skills
► Demonstrates concern for Quality and Standards
► Proven ability to work in a team and proactively contribute ideas to continuously improve team performance
► Develops and Applies Business Knowledge
Applications for this role must be submitted online using this link:
Applications closed on Sun 14 November 2021