Senior AML Officer in Transaction Sanctions Screening Inquiries

Application period has expired.

Are you interested to continue improvement of diverse processes in AML?

At Transaction Inquiries team, we are excited to announce that our team is growing! Now, with the introduction of Correspondent Bank Returned and Rejected Transactions process, which will be done by most experienced colleagues in the team, we are ready to expand our team further and bring in fresh perspectives and expertise. This is an incredible opportunity to be a part of our dynamic and forward-thinking team.

Our current team members have been working on 6 diverse tasks, including investigating queries from foreign banks, supporting other teams, and contributing to the continuous improvement of our processes. This has enabled us to cultivate a highly cross-trained team, where everyone can develop their skills and contribute to various areas of our operations. By fostering a collaborative and versatile environment, we have developed an agile team that can tackle any challenge that comes our way.

We are seeking individuals who are eager to learn, adaptable, and thrive in a fast-paced environment. Your ability to collaborate effectively and communicate ideas will be crucial in this role. We value diversity and encourage applications from candidates of all backgrounds, as we believe that a diverse team brings a wealth of ideas and experiences that enriches our work.

If you are looking for an exciting opportunity and a chance to make a real impact, then we invite you to join us. Together, we will push boundaries, solve complex problems, and achieve remarkable results.

*Depending on your experience and knowledge, we may offer you different seniority the role.

"Be yourself, we like it that way."

You will:

  • Act as a main point of contact between the Transaction Sanction Screening department and other relevant teams, facilitating effective communication and information exchange
  • Collaborate closely with colleagues from Nordic countries, UK, Ireland, and Poland to gather information and monitor payment processes
  • Conduct high-quality investigations and analyses to identify and prevent international financial sanctions evasion and attempts to circumvent financial sanctions
  • Cooperate with foreign banks to address their SWIFT inquiries requests and ensure timely resolution
  • Provide support to other teams within the same or similar function when needed
  • Contribute to the continuous improvement of internal processes, communication channels, and personal expertise
  • Offer consultation and mentoring to team members to enhance their professional development, foster a positive and constructive work environment by collaborating effectively with colleagues and providing honest feedback to drive high motivation in the unit
  • Manage different stakeholders within the function and cross-functional area

About you:

  • Advanced knowledge of broader FCP regulations & requirements
  • A minimum of 1-2 years of work experience with high motivation in the banking, financial, AML sectors, or back-office environment
  • Advanced written and verbal communication skills in English
  • Flexibility and adaptability in a fast-changing environment, with the ability to handle high volume of tasks and data
  • High ethical standards, demonstrating a high sense of responsibility and commitment to achieve results
  • Critical mindset and attention to detail to ensure accurate processing of information
  • Higher education in Economics, Business Administration, Law, or a finance-related field would be advantageous
  • Proven value adding participation in projects and activities would be advantageous

Feel free to contact me @LinkedIn if you have any questions

Ieva Bernotaite, Leader of Team

Application period has expired.

If you are interested, please send your CV in English no later than 29.09.2023. Confidentiality guaranteed.

Your title in job contract will be Officer-AML, Senior.