Vacancies at Sainsbury's Bank

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Finance - 1 Vacancy

Treasury Analyst - Permanent, Edinburgh   (Closing date 2nd December)

As part of the Treasury Back Office within the wider Financial Operations team, the Treasury Analyst role plays an important part in supporting this team and the wider business. The role covers a wide range of tasks, some daily and monthly and other more ad hoc requests which you will take responsibility for initiating and completing to agreed timescales.

The role is a new role as a result of increasing activity within the Treasury Back Office. This role works in a rota, together with two other similar roles, ensuring key daily processes are prepared accurately and within tight deadlines.

The individual will work closely with the wider finance and treasury teams. The individual must also be able to recognise potential problems and assist in developing solutions and improvements.

Operations - 2 Vacancies


Operations Control Consultant - Permanent, Edinburgh (Closing 2nd December)

The postholder will support the Operations Control Team in embedding the Enterprise Wide Risk Management Framework (EWRMF) into the existing Operations business. In addition, support the Risk Review Manager, Risk & Planning in assessing whether the risk management framework being developed for Operations in the New Bank is aligned with the requirements of the Bank’s EWRMF.

ATM Operations Coordinator - Permanent, Edinburgh (Closing 27th November)

The role holder will support the ATM service delivered by Sainsbury’s Bank.

The role holder will have responsibility for: compiling various MI reports and supplier scorecards; assisting in the ATM installation process including compliance to process and policy; managing ATM stock reconciliation; reviewing and challenge suppliers daily performance; supporting the Relationship Managers, taking minutes and driving actions from supplier meetings; reporting card fraud attacks to relative card scheme.

Risk - 3 Vacancies


Senior Provisioning and Forecasting Analyst - Permanent, Edinburgh (Closing 28th November)

This role's main tasks are to produce bad debt forecasts for credit cards, personal loans and mortgages. In order to achieve this there is a requirement to closely monitor bad debts splitting internal operational effects from external economic impacts. This will ensure we can generate a forecast which is more reflective of these two effects. The postholder will also own all aspects of delivery of credit risk model inputs/outputs/development for stress testing components for ICAAP which will ensure that Sainsburys Bank remains in line with industry best practice.


Personal Loans Manager - FTC 12 months, Edinburgh (Closing 9th December)

The post holder will recommend, develop and deliver strategies that: a) improve the performance of personal loan book; and b) counter adverse performance trends identified via credit risk reporting. You will develop relationships with personal lending team within Sainsbury’s Bank ensuring credit risk management and business area are working towards common goals. You will also ensure that the migration of the loans portfolio onto new bank platforms runs smoothly by developing appropriate migration of credit risk strategies and processes.


Risk Assurance Manager (HR) - Permanent, Edinburgh (Closing 8th December)

The role holder will be responsible for ensuring the Colleague and Comms team operate within the Bank's RMF and Risk policies ensuring relevant testing and sampling is carried out, coaching and support to colleagues is provided, returns are completed within agreed timescales, Risk Events and Breaches are reported and acted upon and that consistent best practice standards relating to the Risk are upheld within the department.

Legal - 1 Vacancy


In House Lawyer, Commercial Contracts - Permanent, Edinburgh (Closing 28th November)

You will work within the Legal Team of Sainsbury's Bank and provide effective and timely legal advice on a broad range of commercial issues to support the entire Sainsbury's Bank business. You will be a confident and self‐motivated individual with a minimum of 2 years relevant commercial experience from private practice or an in‐house position in a corporate/commercial contracts role. You will be qualified to practice law in Scotland or England (or dual-qualified).

You will have the ability to communicate and influence at all levels and your organisational and analytical skills will be strong. The ability to work well as part of a team is also important. You will be a strong support to the other Legal Team members through assisting with their ongoing projects as well as taking control of your own projects.

Commercial - 1 Vacancy


Senior Cards Analyst - Permanent, Edinburgh (Closing 3rd December)

As Senior Analyst working on credit cards products, the role holder will be responsible for delivering volume and P&L targets through the design of propositions based on a deep analytical understanding of the customer and product. The role holder will use SAS and SQL to analyse portfolio trends and past campaign performance to provide actionable insight to grow the business.

In addition, the role holder will develop analytical tools to help manage the business (e.g. targeting models, scorecards and segmentations).

HR - 1 Vacancy


HR Assistant - Permanent, Edinburgh (Closing 2nd December)

The postholder will play a vital part in maintaining an efficient, timely and pro-active sourcing, recruitment and HR support function for Sainsbury’s Bank, working closely with our parent organisation, J Sainsbury's. As well as providing generalist HR support, the role will take in the full recruitment process from start to end and will include ensuring the role is approved, providing guidance to line managers on selection and interviews and ensuring that pre-employment checks are carried out, contracts are sent out and new colleagues are set up on the HR systems.

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