Bank of Ireland

Credit Risk Modelling Senior Analyst

Republic of Ireland, Ireland | Hybrid
22 May 2024
22 Jun 2024
Approved employers
Approved employer
Contract type
Full time
Experience level
Qualified accountant

What is the opportunity

This is a fantastic opportunity for a driven and enthusiastic individual to join the Programme team and be part of a multi-year mission to fully re-build the Group IRB model suite!

The Programme spans many areas and requires a wide array of different skill-sets from quantitative analysts to technical professionals, from project managers to business analysts.

This job is open to those based in both ROI or UK. We currently have a number of opportunities available within this team at various levels and so may consider your application for any roles that apply.

In this role you will:

  • Contribute to specific model development/remediation projects
  • Follow rigorous analytical solution and documentation processes and quality standards
  • Ensure output compliance with internal and Regulatory requirements
  • Support engagement with key stakeholders (e.g. Business Model Owners, Model Validation teams Model Risk teams etc)
  • Support internal model governance processes

What will make you stand out?

We are looking for someone who ideally has Credit Risk/IRB Modelling expertise coupled with critical thinking skills.

You will need to be a strong communicator with excellent collaboration and influencing skills.

Essential Qualifications

  • A bachelor's degree or equivalent experience in any quantitative field.

More about the team

The Group IRB Programme is a multi-year program tasked to re-develop, secure regulatory approval and implement the Group IRB model suite to meet revised ECB and EBA IRB Repair Programme requirements.

We are part of the Credit Risk family within the Bank of Ireland Group Risk Division, and are the analytical centre of excellence.

We work on building automated decision-making models to support enhanced customer experience and increased process efficiency.

This is a hybrid role and can be done anywhere in the UK or RoI with the primary office location being Bristol or Dublin. Travel will be required for in-person collaboration.

Why work with us

The Bank of Ireland company culture prioritises work-life balance with an opportunity for flexible working, along with 24 days annual leave and excellent pension contributions. Family can mean different things to different people; we offer 6 months paid maternity leave, an innovative fertility and surrogacy policy and working parent supports.

Your wellbeing is important to us; we have an employee assistance program, WebDoctor and financial wellbeing coaches available. We also encourage and support staff to pursue educational and professional qualifications to grow and enhance your career!

Key Competencies

  • Agile - Self
  • Accountable - Self
  • Amplify Capability - Self
  • Champion Transformation - Self
  • Manage Risk - Self

Where Agency assistance is required Bank of Ireland Recruitment Team will engage directly with suppliers. Unsolicited CVs / profiles supplied to Bank of Ireland by Recruitment Agencies will not be accepted for this role.

We're on a continuous journey to build an inclusive and diverse workplace. We welcome applications from people of all backgrounds, lived experience, abilities and perspectives. Reasonable accommodations are offered at every stage of our recruitment process. If you require any assistance, please complete this form and one of our recruitment team members will be in touch via email. Any information provided will be treated as confidential within the recruitment team and used only for the purpose of determining and providing appropriate accommodations for the application and recruitment process.

For further information, and to apply, please visit our website via the “Apply” button below.

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