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Data Officer FTC

  • Location: London
  • Salary: £40,000
  • Job type: Contract/Temp
  • Job reference: CB/166971
  • Sector: Banking, Other Financial Services , Interim
Job Description

Key responsibilities:

  • To maintain pertinent static data in relevant branch systems, including limits, legal entities, payment instructions, accounts, holidays, currencies, bond issuances and other various matters;
  • Run reconciliation reports of relevant systems, investigating and resolving differences in a timely manner;
  • To run daily, weekly and monthly reports relevant to static and reconciliation checks; and
  • To perform SOX testing - checking of other departments process

Experience required:

  • The ideal candidate must have minimum secondary level education with Maths and English qualifications.
  • 2-4 years experience in the financial sector.
  • Familiarity with common operational risk controls such as risk assessments and information security.



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