In order to support our "Group Regulatory Reporting" team, we are currently looking for a:
Digitalization Specialist for Regulatory Reporting (m/f/x)
Location: Vienna or Klagenfurt
Contract: Full-time / 18 months limited contract
- You are responsible for transforming the regulatory reporting on Group-level from run-the-bank to change-the-bank mode
- You closely collaborate with relevant stakeholders such as regulatory reporting and finance experts, data analysts and IT specialists to understand the technical requirements of the digitalization and automatization of the regulatory reporting
- You act as project leader by defining the digitalization and automatization project plan, its technical execution and implementation by translating the regulations of the OeNB and ECB into the digital reporting solution
- You develop and translate the required solutions into a sustainable DWH system
- You have a Bachelor's or Master's Degree in Business Administration, Economics or Business Information
- A minimum of 3 years experience in regulatory reporting (Cubes reporting), DWH or digital business transformation
- Experience in banking or financial services is considered a plus
- You have an intuitive understanding of digital change processes in line with legal and regulatory requirements
- Ideally you have experience in leading project teams
- You have profound knowledge of the OeNB data model for Cubes reporting (Abacus), in MS Office, data analytical tools and automatization (Power BI, SAS, SQL, etc.)
- You are proficient in both German and English
- You have strong communication skills and can assert yourself in teams
Addiko offers attractive benefits to its’ employees like monthly meal vouchers, possibility to work from home, yearly homeoffice reimbursement, company excursions, etc.
Do you like to work in an international environment? You think you are an ideal candidate for this position? If yes, please upload your CV.
For further details please contact Rachel Miriam Alario: +43 (0)50232 2095
Required information pursuant to section 9 of the Austrian Equal Treatment Act [GleichbehandlungsG]: Minimum gross annual remuneration as per collective agreement from EUR 45,000 upwards - overpayment depending on qualifications and professional experience.