ING is looking for an junior or medior Behavioural Risk Data analyst to join the Behavioural Risk Management department (BRM) within the domain of the Chief Risk Office. Behavioural risk is an increasingly important risk area for ING. Where people work together there is behavioural risk; it is the risk resulting from the way we normally do things in the organisation, and the invisible drivers underlying this behaviour.
The vacancy is in the Behavioural Risk Diagnosis team. This team is responsible for selecting areas that are more prone to behavioural risks and/or can benefit from better understanding underlying human behaviours within ING. After the identification of these areas, the team carries out risk assessments to identify and analyze high-risk behaviour and their drivers. The goal is to understand and assess in a systematic way what drives undesired habits at ING. After the behavioural risk assessment is done, the Behavioural Intervention team works together with the business to mitigate behavioural risk for ING, by determining interventions which impacts all levels of the organization.
This is what you’ll be doing …
As part of this new and enthusiastic team you work in a global context. Your work consists of finding new technologies (artificial intelligence) to identify behavioural risk on a structured and global level. Also, you will assist in developing a data-driven way for selecting areas on which to focus the behavioural risk assessments.
As a junior/medior you have the latest insights in the field of the use of behavioural data. You believe working on behavioural risk is key for a bank. And you understand the need for leading behavioural risk indicators, and are able to identify and define early warning signals that are at the root cause of risk. You are enthusiastic about working on new techniques and methods, and are able to translate this expertise into a banking context.
Who are you?
A talent for taking it on and making it happen
We seek people who keep their promises and take ownership of tasks, projects and their team. Who have the ability to listen, ask questions, and speak up. Who strive to bring ideas to life and embrace challenges. People who are flexible and consistently go the extra mile.
An enthusiasm for helping others to be successful
We expect people to put their personal agendas aside to achieve the goals that matter to ING. We value naturally collaborative people who listen to and invest in others.
A knack for always being a step ahead
We admire those who challenge the status quo and pose creative solutions to problems. People who
adapt quickly, learn by doing and have the courage to admit to and learn from their mistakes.
We are looking for a team member with: