You’ll develop the skills and knowledge required to become a confident and capable Risk professional.
Join our team of Risk specialists
Are you looking to develop a career within an exciting and diverse organisation? The Commercial Banking division in Lloyds Banking Group are looking for highly motivated and enthusiastic individuals to join their team.
If you have an analytical mind, a high attention to detail and excellent time management skills this could be the role for you!
Is our Risk Apprenticeship for you?
You’ll work within the Onboarding or Ongoing Know Your Customer Teams acting as a subject matter expert for the due diligence of our Commercial Banking clients. Within this role you’ll be responsible for conducting due diligence in line with regulatory standards and our commitments to the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA).
As a Risk Apprentice you’ll need to keep up to date with developments in the industry, share information with teams across the division and provide technical expertise to assess potential and actual risk within client portfolios, to maintain our Group-wide policy requirements and minimum standards.
What you'll learn on the Risk Apprenticeship
You’ll be supported through a Level 3 apprenticeship programme – delivered by our training partner Kaplan – by your Line Manager and Apprenticeship Learning Mentor. Whilst on the Apprenticeship scheme 20% of your time will be dedicated to ‘off the job learning’ which can include activities such as, shadowing, reading and completing assignments. This means 80% of your role will be applying your learning in the workplace, in a safe environment.
Your learning and development will supported by a structured training journey. Please note – you’ll be based at the location shown on this vacancy, so please ensure you live within a reasonable travelling distance before applying for this role.
The work you’ll be doing
Challenging the business to ensure Financial Crime risks are understood, mitigated and controlled
Monitoring and reporting on compliance standards for internal and external stakeholders
Undertaking due diligence for Commercial Banking clients
Become a point of contact for managing relationships with Commercial Banking, including collaborating with Anti Money Laundering (AML) partners
What you need to apply
GCSE Maths and English at Grade C (or equivalent) or above (these can include predicted grades). If you’ve not achieved GCSE Maths and English Grade C (or equivalent) or above, you can commit to undertake Functional Skills in these areas to bring you up to this level.
The application process
You'll undertake an online test and assessment centre as part of the selection process. We’ll contact you as soon as we can let you know if you have been successful at each stage. Please note – you may not be contacted until after the closing date for the vacancy.
19th June 2022
Please note that, if we receive a large volume of applications, the advertising may close earlier so don’t delay in submitting your application.