Liquidity & Wholesale Credit Risk Analyst

Posted 13 Jun 2024

Skipton Building Society

Skipton (Accounting / Finance)


Job Type:contractDuration:12 months
Category:Accounting / FinanceRecruiter Reference:jr2135
URL for Applications:Apply HereSalary:up to £33,000 dependent on experience plus benefits

Hours:

Hybrid position. 12 month fixed term contract. 35 hours per week Monday - Friday, flexible working considered. Must be able to commit to regular attendance at Head Office in Skipton for induction purposes.

Salary:

£33,000 Per Annum

Closing Date:

Fri, 28 Jun 2024

We have an exciting opportunity to join our Asset & Liability Management (ALM) team within Group Treasury as the Liquidity & Wholesale Credit Risk Analyst.

As a member of our Liquidity Risk team you will provide analysis of the credit risks within the Society’s Treasury portfolio in addition to performing stress testing of its liquidity book, analysis of the liquidity risks facing the Society and Group and assisting in the provision of management information for external regulators and senior management.

 

Who Are We?

 

Not just another building society. Not just another job.

 

We're the fourth biggest building society in the UK and what makes us a bit different is that we're a mutual organisation. We don't have shareholders; we're owned by our members.

 

Our colleagues say Skipton's a great place to work, and you could be one of them, bringing with you new ideas on how we can keep customers at the heart of what we do.

 

Whatever your background, and whatever your goals, we'll help you take the next step towards a better future.

 

You will be joining the ALM team consisting of 9 other colleagues, 3 of which support business functions to manage liquidity and wholesale credit risks. The team works closely with other areas of Group Treasury along with commercial teams within the Society and Group to ensure liquidity and wholesale credit risks are identified and appropriately managed.

 

What’s In It For You?

 

Skipton values work/life balance and we are proud to support hybrid and flexible working, where possible. We have a newly refurbished head office which offers a vibrant and collaborative working space.

 

We have a range of other benefits available to you including;

 

  • Annual discretionary bonus scheme
  • 25 days standard annual leave + bank holidays + rising 1 day per year of service to a maximum of 30 days
  • Holiday trading scheme allowing the ability to buy and sell additional annual leave days
  • Matching employer pension contribution (up to 10% per annum)
  • Colleague mortgage (conditions apply)
  • Salary sacrifice scheme for hybrid & electric car
  • A commitment to training and development
  • Private medical insurance for all our colleagues
  • 3 paid volunteering days per annum
  • Diverse and inclusive colleague networks available for you to join including our Carers and Pride Alliance groups
  • We care about your health and wellbeing – we provide a range of benefits that s upport this including cycle to work initiative and discounted gym membership

 

What Will You Be Doing?

  • Support the creation of key regulatory reports for external regulators and interpreting risk reporting and stress testing output and forecasts to present findings to key committees on a regular basis.
  • Provide timely credit reports to senior management to inform investment opportunities.
  • Contribute to the production of the Individual Liquidity Adequacy Assessment Process (ILAAP) document and work with teams across the business to ensures risks are identified and subsequent assumptions used in stress testing are relevant.
  • Regularly reviewing external parties to ensure that they are credit worthy where the Society has any credit risk exposure.
  • Responsible for collation of monthly packs for senior management meetings

 

What Do We Need From You?

  • Ability to develop and analyse Microsoft Excel spreadsheet models incorporating functions and formulae.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Good ability to interpret & understand data and present results clearly.
  • Ability to work on own initiative with minimum supervision and meet deadlines.
  • Curious and keen to learn.
  • Knowledge of analysing data and interpreting/reporting the key results and findings.

Your experience will include some of the following:

  • Experience using Excel to manipulate data and present your findings.
  • Experience of planning and organising own work to ensure a focus on priorities.
  • Experience using PowerPoint, Outlook and Word.
  • Working as part of a team to achieve results in a t imely manner.
  • Evidence of managing own personal development.

How to Apply

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