Credit is at the heart of Bank of Ireland’s Group lending and trading strategies. They provide independent oversight, assessment, measurement and reporting of processes and are responsible for giving strategic risk advice to help the senior leadership team make sound decisions.
We operate in a highly regulated industry and have a continuous requirement for professionals to oversee and manage our regulatory and operational environments. If you are interested in or have experience in risk identification and are continuously looking to make improvements, see below for current opportunities in Credit, Audit, Risk and Compliance.
|Audit Manager||3||P - Professional Specialism||Permanent||Manage Risk - People Manager||One Group, one team - Self||Customer Focused - Self||Accountable - Self||Agile - Self||23830||Dublin||Dublin||Republic of Ireland||Dublin, Republic of Ireland||Credit, Audit, Risk and Compliance||Division Description Group Internal Audit (GIA), together with Group Credit Review, forms the 3rd line of defence for the Bank of Ireland Group, providing assurance on the effectiveness of the first and second lines of defence in risk management, ...|
|Senior Compliance Manager||4||P - Professional Specialism||Permanent||Manage Risk - Leader||Customer Focused - Leader||Agile - Self||One Group, one team - Leader||Accountable - Leader||23799||Dublin||Dublin||Republic of Ireland||Dublin, Republic of Ireland||Credit, Audit, Risk and Compliance||Division Description Group Risk guides the Group in its definition and articulation of risk appetite and provides strong independent oversight and management of the Group's risk profile, as the Group fulfils its Purpose to enable our customers, co...|
|Compliance Manager||3||P - Professional Specialism||Permanent||Manage Risk - Self||Customer Focused - Self||Agile - Self||Accountable - Self||One Group, one team - Self||23798||Dublin||Dublin||Republic of Ireland||Dublin, Republic of Ireland||Credit, Audit, Risk and Compliance||Division Description Group Risk guides the Group in its definition and articulation of risk appetite and provides strong independent oversight and management of the Group's risk profile, as the Group fulfils its Purpose to enable our customers, c...|
|Credit Capital Risk Manager||3||P - Professional Specialism||Permanent||Manage Risk - People Manager||One Group, one team - People Manager||Customer Focused - People Manager||Agile - People Manager||Accountable - People Manager||23220||UK||UK||United Kingdom||UK, United Kingdom||Credit, Audit, Risk and Compliance||Description of Business Unit: The UK Prudential Risk team support the UK Chief Risk Office in ensuring effective risk management across the business for the areas of treasury risk (liquidity, funding and market risk), model risk and capital for BO...|
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