Shell Business Operations

GSS Junior Analyst

Krakow (City)
Not disclosed
06 Jan 2022
06 Feb 2022
Approved employers
Approved employer
Contract type
Full time

The Role

The Group Screening Service (GSS) team provides a third party screening service to the Shell Group to assess counterparty risks related to money laundering, trade controls including terrorist financing or other related financial crimes.  The GSS Junior Analyst will learn the fundamentals of GSS and develop their ability to process screenings, under the guidance of a GSS Senior Analyst.

  • Ensure that all screening activities assigned to you are performed to specified quality standards and within agreed timescales.
  • Undertake research into counterparties and/or risk entities using a combination of publically available and commercially licensed IT tools and data sources. Collate the results of your search in the specified manner and retain evidence as required.
  • Analyse and interpret your results to come to a conclusion that gives direction, advice and guidance to the business.
  • Communicate with all stakeholders in a precise and concise manner.
  • Adhere to your own GRM (Group Records Management), TRIM and email communication standards.
  • Contribute to and participate in specific projects (when required).
  • Lead by example with regards to the Core Values of Honesty & Integrity and Respect for People, the five Behavioural Imperatives, Enterprise First Behaviours and the Life Saving Rules.


  • General understanding of Trade Controls, Anti-Money Laundering& Anti-Bribery and Corruption policy, know-your-customer process
  • Third level qualification Legal, Finance or Business related
  • Professional experience in a sanctions screening role working in a Medium to Large organization would be an asset


  • Excellent analytical, process & project management skills
  • Significant attention to detail
  • Excellent written and verbal communication in English
  • Very good knowledge of Russian
  • Ability to work well under pressure & prioritize tasks
  • Ability to work in a global, matrix environment that spans multiple legal entities & teams
  • Ability to work simultaneously with multiple conflicting priorities, timelines & stakeholders
  • Excellent judgement & assessment skills; proactively employ personal curiosity to identify & research parties using a risk-based approach
  • Ability to liaise with senior stakeholders, both within legal & compliance and the business, succinctly and with confidence
  • Computer literate (MS Office: advanced Excel and Word).
  • Very good knowledge of at least one ERP system used in Shell


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