Supervision Analyst (Technology and Innovation)

Banking Supervision & Entities Oversight
SSM Governance & Operations
6805

General Information

Type of contract Fixed-term contract, which may be extended subject to individual performance and organisational needs

Who can apply? EU nationals

Salary E/F (bracket 1 - step 1) full time monthly net salary: €4,229 plus benefits, for further information see what we offer.

Role specialisation General Banking Supervision

Working time Full time

Place of work Frankfurt am Main, Germany

Closing date 10.12.2022

Your team

You will be part of the Supervisory Technology Section in the Directorate General SSM Governance & Operations.

The Supervisory Technology Section is responsible for fostering innovation and driving the digital agenda of the SSM. It develops and implements cutting-edge supervisory technologies and promotes a digital culture within the organisation. We are looking for several supervision analysts to join our growing team.

The Single Supervisory Mechanism (SSM) is the system of banking supervision in Europe. It comprises the ECB and the national supervisory authorities of the participating countries.

The ECB is an inclusive employer and we strive to reflect the diversity of the population we serve. We encourage you to apply irrespective of age, disability, ethnicity, gender, gender identity, race, religious beliefs, sexual orientation or other characteristics.

Your role

As a Supervision Analyst in the Supervisory Technology Section you will:
  • shape and advance the digital agenda of the SSM by challenging the status quo and proposing improvements;
  • identify and prioritise solutions to business problems and steer innovation from ideation through to proof of concept, production and adoption;
  • organise workshops, conferences and training courses to provide SSM banking supervisors with the knowledge needed to use modern technologies;
  • prepare briefings, speeches and presentations for diverse audiences;
  • engage and collaborate with strategic partners and counterparts in supervisory authorities and other organisations, including start-ups and academic institutions.

The position offers you excellent opportunities to gain experience in the SSM while engaging with stakeholders across Europe and around the world. You will be exposed to cutting-edge developments in supervision and learn about emerging technological trends, collaborating with experts in the field and acting as a catalyst for innovation within the SSM. 

You will be part of a multicultural team that strives for continuous innovation to make a positive impact on banking supervision and the lives of European citizens.

Qualifications, experience and skills

Essential:
  • a bachelor’s degree or equivalent in business administration, law, economics, information systems, computer science or another relevant field (see How you can join us for details on degree equivalences);
  • in addition to the above, experience in banking supervision and using supervisory technologies in a business context, including in consulting or other advisory services in a supervisory or regulatory context;
  • a keen interest in new technologies, IT-related developments and trends, knowledge management and training activities, in particular with regard to the financial industry and banking supervision;
  • a sound knowledge and understanding of microprudential supervisory processes and tasks, as well as of the typical challenges facing banking supervisors;
  • very good drafting and presentation skills and the ability to prepare speeches and briefings in a clear and concise way for diverse audiences;
  • an advanced (C1) command of English and an intermediate (B1) command of at least one other official language of the EU, according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.

Desired:
  • a master’s degree or equivalent in business administration, law economics, information systems or computer science or another relevant field (see How you can join us for details on degree equivalences);
  • experience of working in a project-based environment involving multiple stakeholders in which various tasks and processes are handled simultaneously;
  • experience in process automation, artificial intelligence and machine learning.

You engage collaboratively with others. You pursue team goals and learn willingly from other people’s diverse perspectives. You signal any need for change by explaining it and proposing alternative solutions. You analyse complex information effectively and can evaluate different views to arrive at solutions. You understand and anticipate stakeholder needs.

You are motivated to be part of our team and to develop and use your skills and competencies to achieve the objectives of this position.

Working modalities

Working for European banking supervision involves spending short periods of time abroad for on-site visits or training. This important part of our work is complemented by an environment in which well-being and a good work-life balance are fostered. Playing a role in European banking supervision also entails collaborating in multinational and multicultural teams and operating in the context of different national frameworks, for which a strong ability to use different EU languages for business purposes is an asset.

We would be happy to discuss a part-time arrangement for this role.

Further information

The initial duration of the appointment will be for 13 months. 
Temporary appointments may be extended or made permanent subject to organisational needs and budgetary constraints. This may result in a staff member with a non-convertible fixed-term contract being offered a convertible contract in accordance with the ECB Conditions of Employment.

For additional information on this specific vacancy, you can speak to Theodoros Mastrokostopoulos, on +49 (0)69 1344 6102 between 14:00 to 16:00 hrs on Tuesday 22 November.

Application and selection process

The recruitment process for this position will be conducted remotely. If you are invited to participate in the selection phase, it will include a written exercise, presentation and an interview.
If you are not selected for this position but are still considered suitable, you will be placed on a reserve list (see step 4 of How we hire), from which you might be considered for similar positions within the ECB.
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