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Please note - The salary guide for this role is £49,608 to £71,654 per year, depending on experience and location (London, Bristol, Manchester, Halifax or Edinburgh).
Lloyds Banking Group is the UK's leading Digital Bank and biggest mobile bank with nearly 14 million active online customers across our three brands. Now that we have already created the market leader in digital banking, we are on a journey to create the bank of the future, for which we are investing £3bn across platforms, people and data capabilities to truly become the best bank for customers.
We love to do things differently in COO Business Risk. We encourage our employees to challenge the status quo and to come up with new and innovative ideas.
Our vision is to be the best first line risk team in banking. Our purpose is to help the Group achieve its strategic objectives in a safe and controlled way.
The Execution and Transition Risk Data Analyst role
This role represents an opportunity for a Risk professional looking to take the next step in their career to work at the heart of on-going development of LBG's Execution & Delivery Risk Framework. In this role, you'll enable COO Business Risk to influence the way the Group defines and monitors Execution & Delivery risk, ensuring that Change is executed in a safe and controlled manner, business and customer outcomes are achieved, and risks managed.
Supporting the Execution and Transition Data Risk Manager, you'll look to improve processes for identifying, measuring and managing Execution & Delivery Risk within the Value Streams and Enterprise programmes, in addition to looking for ways to improve efficiency and accelerate the MI production process. You should also be comfortable using data analysis tools and able to gain meaningful insight from data.
In this role, you'll engage senior stakeholders within Group Transformation on a regular basis, bringing them on the journey as the management of Execution & Delivery Risk continues to evolve.
The team will work together in a non-hierarchical way, where every colleague brings their own skills and knowledge to the table and contributes in the best way they can to the team backlog (a prioritised list of work) and success. As such the allocation of tasks between colleagues will be flexible rather than fixed by "grade".
The core responsibilities of the team include:
Development of the Execution Risk Framework [Working with Change Policy team, Process owners and Coo Business Risk teams around the Group, and 2LOD teams]
Cross group development and project management of the developing Execution risk framework
Cross group reporting & engagement on Execution risk (e.g. supporting TD reporting into Divisional Risk Committees on the topic, explaining the framework)
GSR3 & GRC Reporting on Execution Risk [Working with Group Executive offices; Change Policy & Investment Management teams]
Skills and Experience Needed:
Self-driven, highly motivated with an appetite for Risk management and a track record of strong performance.
Has extensive experience in risk management and in how the Group delivers change (today and tomorrow) and derives value from risk management, to make good risk decisions, and to drive continuous improvement.
Can operate in an ambiguous and constantly changing environment making use of available data to make good decisions and be prepared to provide subjective insightful views backed by appropriate data in simple ways.
A capable communicator, who can develop and utilise a personal network across the organisation, confident and effective in dealing with senior stakeholders.
Not afraid of challenging the status quo and advising senior leadership within the programme, doing so in a way that is collaborative, supportive and encourages them to improve and embed new ways of working.
Self starter who is able to work without the need for constant guidance and direction; knowing when to escalate key concerns to senior management within the Programme and COO Business Risk.
So why should you choose COO Business Risk for the next stage in your career?
We will encourage you to do what is right and empower you to make the right decision.
We will invest in your career with development plans and opportunities to grow and learn.
We believe in supporting colleagues to achieve their potential - delivering the best outcomes for customers and society. And our scale enables us to offer genuine opportunities to have a fulfilling career, whatever your ambitions.
Making you feel valued is important to us so we offer a highly competitive reward package - based on acting responsibly, and demonstrating our values and ethics. In addition to the salary and on target discretionary performance-related bonus, you can expect a range of benefits including 4% of your salary paid to you in flex cash, 30 days holiday (plus bank holidays), and car or cash allowance.
Do you want to be part of an inclusive, values-based culture passionate about making a difference? If you aspire to work in an innovative, digitally-led environment that moves at pace, join us for our journey and we'll help you fulfill yours. We need talented people like you if we are to continue to innovate, collaborate and adapt to meet the on-going needs of our customers. Come and be a part of a Group that wants to be known for putting the customer first; a company that keeps it simple; a place where we make a difference together. We're an equal opportunity employer and deeply value diversity within our organisation.
Internal Number: 5669071
About Lloyds Banking Group
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