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Data Modeler job in Edinburgh, Midlothian

Data Modeler job in Edinburgh, Midlothian
  • PublishedNovember 27, 2022

Edinburgh, Midlothian

 Permanent, full-time

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Description:

Data Modeler required with strong SQL Data Analysis skills for a large FS client to build out a new data model for a specific area of their business. They’ll be building the logical data model for data to be reported via Power-BI that will be hosted within Azure and Databricks. They will work closely with cloud engineers who will physicalize the model. Azure/Databricks is not essential but any experience is certainly a bonus.

Travel to their Edinburgh office will be required occasionally. This is inside IR35 for an initial 3 months but will extend well into 2023. To start in January.

Experience required:

  • Erwin/Kimball
  • Star Schema’s
  • Data Warehousing
  • Data Analysis
  • SQL
  • Financial Services
  • Azure/Databricks (nice to have)

Job Title: Data Modeler

Location: Edinburgh, UK

Rate/Salary: 500.00 – 650.00 GBP Daily

Job Type: Contract

Trading as TEKsystems. Allegis Group Limited, Maxis 2, Western Road, Bracknell, RG12 1RT, United Kingdom. No. 2876353. Allegis Group Limited operates as an Employment Business and Employment Agency as set out in the Conduct of Employment Agencies and Employment Businesses Regulations 2003. TEKsystems is a company within the Allegis Group network of companies (collectively referred to as “Allegis Group”). Aerotek, Aston Carter, EASi, Talentis Solutions, TEKsystems, Stamford Consultants and The Stamford Group are Allegis Group brands. If you apply, your personal data will be processed as described in the Allegis Group Online Privacy Notice available at https://en-gb/privacy-notices.

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Treasury Graduate job in Newcastle Upon Tyne, Tyne And Wear

Newcastle Upon Tyne, Tyne And Wear Permanent, full-time or part-time

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Business Unit: Finance

Salary: up to £30,000 per annum

Location: Hybrid but with access to our Treasury hubs in Newcastle, Glasgow or London

Contract Type: Permanent

Treasury Graduate programme starting in 2023

This is an exciting time to join Virgin Money. We’ve made great progress on our transformation into a digital bank. From launching new digital propositions for customers to embedding our new colleague proposition – A Life More Virgin, together we’re creating something unique in UK banking. As we grow with these digital innovations, we will need a world leading Treasury function to ensure that our balance sheet remains safe and sound for the risks we manage. Coupling together these digital innovations, our unique colleague propositions and world leading Treasury function…. this really is a great time to join our team!

But what do YOU get when you join Virgin Money… Red Hot Rewards of course!

  • 38.5 days annual leave for all colleagues (including bank holidays and pro rata if part-time)
  • Up to five extra paid well-being days per year
  • A 35 hour working week
  • 20 weeks paid, gender neutral family leave (52 weeks in total) for expectant parents and those looking to adopt
  • Market leading Pension & Private Medical Insurance
  • Flexible benefits including Cycle to Work, Wellness & Health Assessments and Critical Illness
  • Ability to work anywhere in the UK (where the role allows)

All these benefits are available to colleagues from their first day.

Have we got your attention? Let’s tell you a little more about our Treasury Graduate Programme.

Our Treasury Graduate programme allows you to gain hands on experience and knowledge across Treasury and our wider Finance and Risk functions. We’ll invest in you and your training, so you’ll have the technical and professional skills you need to help you achieve your long-term career aspirations. We know that our amazing colleagues are key to our success and we’re not going to lie, we do sweat the small stuff, because we know it makes a BIG difference for our customers and our colleagues and we’d love for you to join us!

The Treasury function sits at the heart of Virgin Money by ensuring that our balance sheet remains safe and sound for customers, colleagues, counterparties and other stakeholders. Treasury is Virgin Money’s window on and access point to the global capital markets. Treasury, on behalf of Virgin Money, manages a broad range of financial and market risks that arise out of our day-to-day operations. So, if you are interested in developing a career in capital markets and using that insight to help our colleagues better serve our customers and counterparties then Treasury might well be a good fit for you.

Banks need to manage financial risks such as interest rate or foreign exchange movements to help protect their customers and themselves. Treasury teams need to understand and measure those risks both against our own risk appetite and rules set by regulators. We help the bank raise funds as capital or by issuing secured or unsecured debt. We also manage a portfolio of high-quality investments to help ensure we carry enough liquidity insurance to allow customers to withdraw deposits as and when they need to. We work closely with a range of market counterparties including investment banks, rating agencies, law firms and institutional investors from around the globe. We work closely with the tri partite regulators in the UK because Banks are heavily regulated, and those rules are constantly evolving. We also work closely with all our product teams to ensure that all products are appropriately structured to manage all the different risks we are exposed to.

Our unique Treasury Graduate programme will give you the opportunity to complete 3 x 9-month rotations in the areas listed below, but if you find your happy place, during your rotation, don’t worry you can stay there and focus on building your career in your chosen field of expertise.

Opportunities on the programme span across various areas of Treasury including Treasury Markets, Treasury Operations, Asset and Liability Management, Debt Capital Markets and Recovery and Resolution Planning. Don’t worry there is more to it than that: you will get involved in financial planning and forecasting, stress testing, risk appetite setting and systems development, integration and simplification. Throughout this journey you will understand how a bank functions across its different areas of activity but also understand its role across the wider financial markets landscape.

As you’d expect, working on a placement rotation, will mean that there will be lots of different things to get involved in. Of course you’ll have loads of training and support, but across all rotation you’ll be….

  • Part of an Agile team to help us drive our Treasury and Finance agenda
  • Working closely with experienced professionals on highly varied projects and interesting change initiatives that drive our strategic direction
  • Monitoring market, industry and peer developments and understanding the implications / ‘so what’? for Virgin Money and helping to communicate that analysis and rationale to stakeholders
  • Interpreting requirements and contributing ideas to create efficient, innovative, and highly functional solutions
  • Understanding our Business and working with your team and stakeholders to realise our goals
  • Assisting on design and development of Treasury systems, new product features, new funding ideas and ways of working
  • Helping to build, design, test and deliver high quality system solutions in line with guidance and best practices
  • Owning and managing your day-to-day activities
  • Learning new technologies and augmenting your skills to keep abreast of new developments
  • Contributing to the overall evolution of best practice within Virgin Money
  • Writing and reviewing clear and concise technical documentation to support your work

To be brilliant you’ll need…

  • A 2:2 degree or above ideally in an Economics, Finance or Maths related subject from any university; PhD and Masters students are also welcome
  • Experience of using spreadsheets, databases and other mathematical software to produce insight and analysis in understanding of behavioural and other patterns
  • A growth mind-set and genuine interest in supporting the Bank’s cultural journey
  • A rigorous, methodical approach with excellent attention to detail
  • Tenacity, demonstrating an ability to continually learn from your successes and failures
  • A great attitude and sense of ambition – be motivated with an appetite for success
  • Ability to build productive working relationships and be a credible team player
  • Most importantly we need you to be passionate about being involved at the heart of our business, with one eye on

Business Analyst job in London, South East England

 London, South East England

 Contract, full-time

AMS is the world’s leading provider of Talent Acquisition and Management Services. Our contingent Workforce Solutions (CWS) service partner with NatWest to support contingent recruitment processes. On behalf of NatWest, we are looking for a Business Analyst for a contract until 14/02/2023 based Remotely.

NatWest are a major UK retail bank, providing every day banking services to over 17 million retail customers. The banks expertise and services span across Business Services, Corporate banking, Wealth Management, Group Functions, Retail and Investment Banking.

What you’ll do

  • Capture, validate, and document business and system requirements ensuring they are in line with key strategic principles, and translated from business operations, business objectives, or from external requirements.
  • Conduct and support feasibility / solution options and impact analysis.
  • Create process maps and develop operating models to support change embedding into BAU.
  • Create and maintains documentation (e.g. process documentation and training material) as well as supporting controls and quality assurance for key stakeholders and suppliers.
  • Identify and supports cut-over and implementation activities, working with the Project / Implementation Manager.
  • Contribute to traceability of business requirements to future-state design.
  • Contribute to design and validation of test cases, working with Test Analysts and Managers.
  • Support technical test execution.

The skills you’ll need

  • Demonstrable skills and experience in Remediations or Migrations or Financial Crime, Risk, and / or Compliance.
  • Previous experience working as a Business Analyst, ideally in a Financial Services environment, and with data experience.
  • Strong understanding of solution architecture, operating model design and organisational design, requirements definition, and process design.
  • Strong understanding of governance principles and delivery control functions.
  • Previous experience shaping implementation / migration approaches and schedule of events.
  • Ability to identify opportunity for process automation and design solutions and processes to minimise operational inefficiencies.

With an inclusive culture, excellent learning and development, and focus on wellbeing, there are plenty of reasons why NatWest is a great place to work in a temporary job. And you’ll be helping to build a sustainable bank, committed to helping people, families, and businesses to thrive.

Next steps

This Client will only accept workers operating via an Umbrella or PAYE engagement model.

If you are interested in applying for this position and meet the criteria outlined above, please click the link to apply and we will contact you with an update in due course.

AMS, a Recruitment Process Outsourcing Company, may in the delivery of some of its services be deemed to operate as an Employment Agency or an Employment Business

Investment Strategy Analyst job in  London, South East England

 London, South East England

 Permanent, full-time

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Leading asset manager and insurance brand seeking an Investment Strategy Analyst to join their Investment Business Development team in London.

Company client is working with a leading asset manager and insurance brand seeking an Investment Strategy Analyst to join their Investment Business Development team in London.

Within this role you will provide research and analysis in the implementation of new asset classes for the UK retirement business. You will support the team in the on-boarding of external managers and will propose and develop ideas and tools to improve the monitoring of the different asset classes.

Role requirements:

 Good understanding of insurance company balance sheets having worked in insurance/asset/investment management.

* Strong and demonstrable understanding of fixed income valuation concepts and models.

* Good understanding of all major asset classes.

* Ideally part/qualified CFA/FIA.

This is a unique opportunity to join a team with ambitious growth plans to expand by 50%. This team are the market leader in this space in terms of assets on the balance sheet and are offering a complex role with plenty of scope to progress and move laterally across the business.

For further details on this role or for a confidential discussion around how your role compares in the market, please don’t hesitate to apply the job online.

Required skills

  • investment strategy
  •  strategy analyst
  •  Investment Strategy Analyst

MI Analyst  job in  Solihull, West Midlands

 Solihull, West Midlands

 Permanent, full-time

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MI Analyst – Solihull (+ work from home) – £35,000 – £40,000 + Good Benefits

Our client based near Solihull is looking for an MI Analyst to join their growing team. You will be someone who has a strong background in producing Management Information in a commercial organisation, and someone passionate about all areas of MI and supporting a thriving business. You will have a commercial mindset, strong with systems and Excel modelling, and be able to ‘problem solve’ and get real information back to the business.

Key Areas of the Role:

  • Responsible for all areas of MI reporting and supporting key stakeholders making commercial decisions
  • A good communicator able to present findings and solutions to senior stakeholders
  • To support the achievement of business objectives
  • Lead the design and build of MI & BI reports and dashboards as required by the business
  • Identify shortfalls in data quality and completeness
  • Support stakeholders with the interpretation of MI
  • Embrace and encourage the use of technology to deliver MI/BI in the most effective ways
  • Drive continuous improvement

Key Skills:

  • Experience of developing an MI using high volume data
  • Strong Excel, SQL, SSRS and generally strong with systems
  • Strong attention to detail
  • Able to present MI to key stakeholders in an engaging way

This client offers a great benefits package and good career progression opportunities. As mentioned at the top, there is flexible home working available.

Required skills

  • Business Intelligence
  •  Management Information
  •  Microsoft Excel

SENIOR OPERATIONAL RISK ANALYST job in  London, South East England

 London, South East England

Permanent, full-time

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SENIOR OPERATIONAL RISK ANALYST

UP TO £40,000 + PENSION + BONUS

REMOTE

A specialist mortgage lender is looking to add a hardworking, driven operational risk associate to their team. The role will involve supporting the Operational Risk Manager and have a focus on operational incidents, resilience and GDPR.

THE COMPANY

This specialist mortgage lender offers a wide range of mortgage options and pride themselves on being experts in this market. The focus on customer satisfaction and have been growing rapidly. They have continued plans for growth and they place a lot of emphasis of individual development within the company. They also have a very flexible working from home policy.

THE ROLE

The role is a Senior Operational Risk Analyst position which will involve ongoing development of operational risk frameworks.

You can expect to be involved in the following day to day:

  • Produce timely and accurate Risk MI for inclusion in relevant reporting for Committees Provide data to be utilised in all pre-deal investor material
  • Update the Company’s overarching Risk Management Framework and associated Policies & Process documents
  • Get involved in analysing company’s GDPR, emerging risks and residual risks
  • Adhoc projects
  • Provide support on projects to implement changes and/or new risk based legal and regulatory guidance

SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE

  • Experience in financial services
  • Experience as an Operational Analyst
  • Experience with operational resilience or GDPR would be very beneficial
  • Proficient in Excel and all Microsoft tools

SALARY AND BENEFITS

  • Up to £40,000 base salary
  • Discretionary Bonus
  • Pension contribution
  • Private Healthcare
  • Holidays

HOW TO APPLY

Please register your interest by sending your CV to Shane McWilliams via the Apply link on this page.

Required skills

  • Operational Risk
  •  Excel
  •  GDPR

Collateral Management Associate job in  London, South East England

 London, South East England

 Permanent, full-time

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I am working with a large well known multinational Bank based in Canary Wharf.

They are looking to hire a Collateral Management Associate to join their team of 10 working within the Derivatives Operations space in the bank.

This is an entry level position but the Bank would prefer to see candidate with some experience in the Collateral / Trade support space.

Some of the BAU tasks that you will be expected to do would be,

  • Accountable for the timely and accurate completion of margin calls, portfolio reconciliations and associated tasks, ensuring that all regulatory and contractual obligations are fulfilled.
  • Provide cover for Derivative Settlements when required to do so.
  • Facilitate relationships with counterparts and internal stakeholders to promote quality of service, ensuring the timely escalation and resolution of issues and queries.
  • Assist with the maintenance and review of desktop procedures relating to day to day processes and administer updates via the policy and procedures database on a periodic basis in order to comply with bank policy.
  • Proactively puts forward ideas to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of tasks for which they are accountable

This is a hybrid role with just two days required in office

Please get in contact if interested.

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Wade Dan

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