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AML TM Scenario Engineer In Group AML and Sanctions (GAS), Warszawa

 
For Group Anti Money Laundering (AML) and Sanctions, we are now looking for Transaction Monitoring Scenario 
Engineers. Bring your talent and engagement to work in an international and dynamic environment at the forefront of 
the fight against financial crime. Apply for a unique opportunity to become a part of an area in which Nordea is investing heavily and where your work will truly make a difference. 
 
AML TM Scenario Engineer 
In Group AML and Sanctions (GAS) 
Warsaw (Poland) 

The position we offer

With Group AML and Sanctions – TM Development, you join a team that is delivering the ongoing enhancement of the Nordea’s AML controls. The team facilitates metrics-led conversations, informed by advanced analytics, to help business areas see, understand and manage the risk they have in their customer and product books. 
As a Scenario Engineer, you will be responsible for designing transaction monitoring scenarios in BAE NetReveal. 
 
You will: 
  • Work with business analysts in the team, as well as with IT staff, to design and deliver new Transaction Monitoring scenarios using NetReveal EIM Scenario Manager 
  • Use industry standard techniques to model risk tolerance into the new scenarios, and calculate thresholds using advanced mathematical techniques 
  • Support IT to ensure performance and effectiveness of the scenarios (above and below the line testing) 
  • Prepare documentation including analysis results, test cases and functional specifications 

The qualifications you need

  • Bachelor’s degree in a numerate or computer science field or equivalent experience 
  • 1 year of experience as a scenario developer using BAE NetReveal EIM and Scenario Manager (v6 or above), or alternatively 2 years of experience with other leading transaction monitoring systems (e.g. Mantas, Actimize, SAS), ideally in a large financial institution 
  • 1 year of experience in financial services data analysis or application development; AML Compliance specific experience preferred 
  • Excellent English skills (both spoken and written) 
  • Strong analytical skills required to organize and analyze multiple, complex data sets to deliver meaningful business outcomes, as well as strong interpersonal, organizational, communication and creative thinking skills 
  • Proficiency in understanding banking data e.g. transactions, products and customer data 
  • General understanding of market place AML issues and AML suspicious activity transaction monitoring systems, data mining/analytical tools is helpful 
 
Technical qualifications you need: 
  • IBM DB2, SAS, R, Python, MS Access and MS Excel (advanced functions) to query and analyze large data sources 
  • Strong knowledge of SQL and relational databases, advanced operations on data sets (merging, querying, normalization), and statistical functions and methods. 
As a person, you: 
  • Are able to quickly grasp and understand business unit specific AML risks, develop comprehensive designs from documented user requirements, and provide recommendations for appropriate automated solutions to mitigate those risks 
  • Show great analytical skills required to organize and analyze multiple, complex data sets to deliver meaningful business outcomes 
  • Are known for being skilled in communicating and cooperating with colleagues and stakeholders, as well as for being creative and structured 

More information and send application

Please submit your CV and cover letter in English, including permit for processing personal data as follows: “I give my permission for the processing of my personal data that is essential for the recruitment process in Nordea Bank AB branch in Poland, in accordance with the Act of 29.08.1997 on the Protection of Personal Data (Journal of Laws No. 133, item 883 amended)”.
 
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Application due:
 8/26/2017