About the role:
As an AML Operations Analyst, the primary purpose of your role is to assist in mitigating Money Laundering and Terrorism Financing risk by providing a professional AML/CTF Transaction Monitoring assessment service.
You would be joining a team that is responsible for Transaction Monitoring, Threshold Transaction Reporting (TTR) and International Funds Transfer Instruction (IFTI) Reporting exception handing in compliance with AML/CTF regulatory obligations as well as BoQ policies including the Financial Crime Strategy of the Group. You may also be required to assist in customer and payment screening and assessment of sanctions risk and PEP's (Politically Exposed Persons).
Key responsibilities include:
You may also be required to:
To be successful in this role you will have previous experience within a financial institution, preferably within AML/CTF alert monitoring and investigations including PEP's and Sanctions Screening where you will also demonstrate the following experience, skills and abilities:
BOQ is passionate about providing opportunities for you to develop your career as we continuously adapt and deliver in a transformational and collaborative environment with a strong focus on community where we support a flexible workplace and we are committed to an inclusive and diverse culture where differences are embraced!
How to Apply
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Bank of Queensland is committed to diversity and an inclusive workforce. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People are encouraged to apply.
If you are successful for a role with the Bank of Queensland, it is a condition of employment that background screening is completed to ensure that the Bank complies with its obligations under the Anti-Money Laundering and Counter Terrorism Financing Act. These checks may include, but are not limited to: identity, verification, reference checks, criminal background checks, immigration checks, verification of academic qualifications, bankruptcy checks.