24 Jul 2017
Contract CARC Administration Officer Guernsey
Job DescriptionOur client is a private bank seeking to recruit a Contract CARC Administration Officer to work in their Client Due Diligence Unit (CDD Unit) department. This is a 6 months contract. Role purpose: To provide day-to-day administrative support as part of the CDD Unit CARC Administrative team. This role also works closely with other members of the CDD Unit and departments within the Bank, such as Compliance, Risk and back office administrators. The role actively participates in the preparation and execution of CARC files (detailed job description can be provided). In addition, the role acts as a quality controller. Main duties and responsibilities: • Day to day administration of CARC duties. • Preparation of CARC files including arranging and attending CARC meetings and minute taking. • Maintaining spreadsheets and preparing review lists and reports as requested. • Production and monitoring of action points. • Maintenance of PEP Registration. • Filing of all CARC documentation. • Participates in relevant team and committee meetings, representing the CDD CARC Administration team where so instructed regarding topics directly related to its activities. • Works closely with colleagues in Compliance, Risk, Legal and the COO department, under the management of the Head of the CDD Unit, to ensure that processes between departments run smoothly, efficiently and are effective. • Assisting within other areas of the CDD Unit as so instructed by the Head of the CDD Unit. The ideal candidate would be: • Someone who can type at least 60 words per minute. • Solid secretarial and minute taking experience (essential) preferably within a Banking environment. • The ideal candidate should also be adaptable, a quick learner and a good team player. For more information please email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call: +44 1481 723221. Please visit our website www.pa.gg for our latest vacancies.
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