Dublin | Ireland
Business Banking is part of Retail Ireland within Bank of Ireland Group. Business Banking incorporates Bank of Ireland's full SME offering and includes Bank of Ireland's asset finance business (BIF) and Bank of Ireland Commercial Finance. The Business Banking team is responsible for the growth and management of the lending portfolio for Business Customers.
Purpose of the Role
To work as part of the Asset Quality & Pricing (AQ&P) team in ensuring prompt and accurate reporting of Risk and assisting with Pricing requests on the Business Banking Loan book to ensure the frontline can serve our customers brilliantly
What is the opportunity?
You will work in a high-energy team and collaborate with colleagues across sales channels, credit and the wider Group to deliver sustainable lending growth and improved customer experience. Your day-to-daywork will directly contribute to the Group's strategic priority to grow sustainable profits.
MCC (QFA is the relevant qualification) or commitment to work towards achievement of MCC on commencement of role
Essential Skills and Experience:
Serving Customers - 2. Developed / Advanced
Working Together - 2. Developed / Advanced
Achieving Results - 2. Developed / Advanced
Influencing - 2. Developed / Advanced
Being Innovative - 2. Developed / Advanced
Bank of Ireland Group is an equal opportunities employer and is committed to fostering an inclusive workplace which values and benefits from the diversity of our workforce.
Where Agency assistance is required Bank of Ireland Recruitment Team will engage directly with suppliers. Unsolicited CVs / profiles will not be accepted for this role
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