RTGS career opportunities

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Opportunities

Our Real-Time Gross Settlement (RTGS) service contributes directly to our mission to maintain monetary and financial stability. 

RTGS infrastructure settles over £600bn a day, which is close to the UK’s GDP every three days. It hosts reserves accounts for the implementation of monetary policy and provides inter-bank settlement for CHAPS, CREST and the retail payment schemes. The RTGS Renewal Programme will deliver a materially stronger, more resilient, flexible and innovative sterling settlement infrastructure. 

To deliver the vision, as set out in the blueprintthe Bank will be recruiting talented technology and programme delivery professionals throughout the life of the Programme. We are actively recruiting for the following roles:  

Role: Recruitment Analyst (6 month secondment/fixed term contract)
Closing date: 2 February 2020

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a 6 month fixed term contract to be the Recruitment Analyst on the RTGS Renewal Programme. Working closely with the Lead Recruiter, you will provide support for all resourcing activity on the Programme and will have a pivotal role in a large volume on-boarding project. There will also be opportunities to assist with ad hoc pieces of work for the Programme’s Project Management Office (PMO).

Role: Engagement & Communications Advisor
Closing date: 9 February 2020

We are looking for an Engagement & Communications Advisor to be responsible for the supporting delivery of the engagement and communications strategy for the RTGS renewal programme. You will interface between key stakeholders to ensure that engagement and communications is well planned, resourced and executed. You will also ensure the development of clear, consistent and quality deliverables that meet the needs of the programme and its stakeholders. This will include delivery of the change agenda with internal stakeholders.

Role: Industry Readiness Manager
Closing date: 9 February 2020
We are looking for Industry Readiness Managers to lead the assessment and reporting of firm readiness. This will include analysis and challenge of reporting received. This will require working closely with a wide range of stakeholders, for example existing CHAPS direct participants, indirect participants and payment schemes to monitor and support their progress and readiness for changes introduced by the Renewal Programme. 

This page was last updated 21 January 2020
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