|Recruiter:||Lloyds Banking Group|
|Listed on:||15th January|
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At Lloyds Banking Group, our vision is to become the best bank for our customers. By putting customers first, keeping banking simple and making a difference together, we'll help Britain prosper.
Being the UK's leading provider for current accounts, savings, personal loans, credit cards and mortgages means that 40% of the nation's domestic payments pass through our Payments, Fraud and Financial Crime (PFFC) systems.
This role is a new and exciting opportunity within PFFC to help develop the Delivery risk governance model, influence new stakeholders and improve the risk culture.
Reporting into the PFFC Risk Lead and managed by the Delivery Risk Manager, you will perform a key role in developing and maintaining an effective Delivery risk framework across our programmes and projects. As a risk professional you will consult with colleagues to identify risks, help conduct impact analysis, challenge the management of risks and ensure risk reporting is concisely logged. You will then assist in analysing the Delivery risk portfolio, identify key themes and prepare reports for senior leadership committees. Working alongside our operational risk team you will also help to identify operational risks and create opportunities to remediate threats through the Delivery portfolios.
Consequently we are after a team member, who is keen to progress a career in risk management, has some risk management experience and is practiced in stakeholder engagement. Whilst understanding project and programme lifecycles would be beneficial, the role is well suited to a risk professional who wishes to work alongside experienced risk managers and develop their own career in this field.
You will be expected to have knowledge of the payments industry and some technical understanding of IT systems. Being immersed in such environments your understanding of these topics will quickly improve and you must have the aptitude to learn and to be able to contribute to conversations with technical engineers and payments specialists.
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