We offer:

  • An international team with colleagues from more than 25 different countries
  • An excellent learning culture and opportunity to improve your professional competencies
  • Different possibilities to flexibly organise your working hours, e. g flex time
  • Possibility to work from home at any time – also after Covid-19
  • 30 days holiday (based on full-time) as well as 24 and 31 December as non-working days
  • Additional benefits such as, fruit and salad days, free sports activities
  • Easily accessible city centre offices, in the vicinity of many shops and restaurants to which you receive a discount

Your tasks:

  • In charge of change management within our regulatory reporting area driven by new products and restructuring for LBG in Germany/Netherlands
  • Analysis and identification of upcoming changes by law (CRR, CRD IV and other regulatory guidelines) and LBG initiatives which have an impact on new products and restructuring
  • Development of the requirements catalogue for and implementation of new products and restructuring
  • Support the implementation of regulatory changes which will have impact on reports and data feeds due to COREP, FinRep, Statistics, AWV and Pillar 3 disclosures
  • Implement changes to processes to support key regulatory developments as well as permanent process optimization
  • Test management including developing and performing tests
  • Represent the BAU department for mid-level Change Initiatives
  • Support of enhancements of reporting quality to group and regulatory bodies
  • Develop and maintain effective working relationships with management, finance, risk, BI and Software Providers

Your knowledge/experience:

  • Business degree with focus on e.g. accounting, audit, risk, and group accounting
  • Several years of experience in regulatory reporting and ideally reporting software
  • Excellent skills in CRR, Statistics, AWV, KWG etc.
  • Excellent analytical and conceptual skills
  • Experience of delivering change (involvement in UAT)
  • Very good skills in Excel, Word and Power Point
  • Excellent verbal and written German and English

Bank of Scotland is committed to equal opportunities and actively promotes diversity and equality. We therefore welcome applications from candidates with disabilities. This position is available on a part time or full time basis.

We look forward to receiving your complete application (max. 3 MB) with a letter of motivation, CV, references, and earliest possible start date.

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