- Whitney, NV, USA Whitney NV US
- Permanent, Full time
- Barclays - US
- 21 May 18 2018-05-21
Overall purpose of role The qualified candidate will support various AML processes, which might include suspicious activity investigations and reporting, sanctions and politically exposed persons screening, and other AML related processes. The candidate will work closely with management to ensure critical functions are fulfilled timely and accurately.
Overall purpose of role
The qualified candidate will support various AML processes, which might include suspicious activity investigations and reporting, sanctions and politically exposed persons screening, and other AML related processes.
The candidate will work closely with management to ensure critical functions are fulfilled timely and accurately.
Key specific accountabilities. Operational Objectives (95%):
Review system generated alerts to assess presence of illicit activity that may require reporting based on BSA/AML requirements, conduct research as required, and document detailed results in written format.
Review PEP and Sanction alerts for potential matches and conduct research as required.
Write suspicious activity reports (SARs).
Complete follow-up reviews on activity that was previously reported as suspicious.
Identify trends and report to management
Complete other applicable AML processes in accordance with regulations and time limitations.
Key specific accountabilities. Control Objectives (5%):
All mandatory training completed to deadline and understood within given timescales.
Where applicable, all key risks identified, tracked, logged and managed as per the Risk Framework procedures
Where applicable, all key controls to have identified owners, with audit trail of regular review and maintenance together with supporting records
Where applicable, all risk events (incidents) or control failures to be escalated, investigated, reported and fixed at root cause to prevent reoccurrence
Risk and Control Objective
All Barclays colleagues have to ensure that all activities and duties are carried out in full compliance with regulatory requirements, Enterprise Wide Risk Management Framework and internal Barclays Policies and Policy Standards
Essential Skills/Basic Qualifications:
Bachelor's degree in Criminal Justice, Fraud Prevention, or Homeland Security or equivalent work experience.
At least two years' experience in the banking or financial services industry
Desirable skills/Preferred Qualifications:
At least 2 years work experience in an AML capacity and knowledge of investigative techniques used in the investigation of financial crimes
At least 2 years work experience in the financial services industry
Attention to detail, understands importance of accuracy and responsiveness
Strong Analytical and Problem Solving skills
Strong Communication skills, both verbal and written
Results driven with a commitment to continuous process improvement and quality
Ability to multi-task and work under pressure
Ability to work independently under minimal supervision
Proficient in Microsoft applications
Purpose and Values
Barclays has a single cross-business Purpose for Barclays and five core Values which underpin it.
Our Purpose is helping people achieve their ambitions in the right way. Put simply this is the answer to the question 'What is Barclays for?' and it should guide our every action as employees.
We respect and value those we work with, and the contribution that they make.
We act fairly, ethically and openly in all we do.
We put our clients and customers at the centre of what we do.
We use our energy, skills and resources to deliver the best, sustainable results.
We are passionate about leaving things better than we found them.