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Bank Of England United Kingdom Jobs Opening 2021 Summary
|Name of Recruiter||Bank Of England|
|Name of Job Position||Analyst / Economist|
|Jobs Type||Fresher Jobs in United Kingdom|
|Application Deadline||Not Applicable|
|Salary||£45,900 Per Year|
Are you interested in the big picture issues affecting the future of the banking sector and ensuring it remains resilient? If you’re a thoughtful and curious analyst, this is a great role where you’ll have a front row view and be able to shape lots of the most important changes impacting the banking sector such as the response to COVID-19, structural changes affecting the sector, and fintech developments.
Bank Of England Jobs Department Overview
The Banks Resilience Division (BRD) in FSSR provides the Financial Policy Committee with incisive analysis, judgements, and policy recommendations on the resilience of the banking system. We also provide advice to the wider Bank, other policy committees (Monetary Policy Committee and Prudential Regulation Committee) and the Government on banking system matters.
We are recruiting an Analyst or Economist to join the Risk and Resilience team in BRD. Our team is responsible for monitoring trends in the banking sector and investigating topical issues and risks to financial stability arising from the banking sector. Due to the nature of this work we extensively collaborate and work with many other parts of the Bank. Examples of recent work include briefing the FPC on how COVID-19 impacted banks, analysing bank lending and providing advice to the Government on lending schemes, and modelling how unconventional monetary policy may impact banks and how this may affect the transmission of monetary policy. Recent medium term analysis includes how development of Central Bank Digital Currencies could affect banks and banks’ role in the leveraged finance market. Analysts working on these projects had the opportunity to present to policy committees.
We are looking for an analyst to be part of our friendly and collaborative team. Team members have a variety of education and work backgrounds including working in banks, international economic institutions, banking supervision, and PhD programmes. Whilst experience analysing banks or working in an analytical role at a bank is useful, we welcome applications from any inquisitive and thoughtful analysts who can work collaboratively and who are clear communicators.
Some team members have econometrics, research and programming skills and anyone with those skills would have opportunities to use and develop these. We look for the right skill mix across the team as a whole so these are not necessary skills for this specific role.
Bank Of England Jobs Your responsibilities will be:
Producing high quality analysis of the UK banking sector: you will contribute to some and lead other parts of the team’s outputs, help develop our thinking and toolkits for analysing banks, and provide advice and challenge to wider Bank analysis.
Communicating our analysis to senior staff: you will explain and discuss our analysis for senior staff and policy committee members in presentations and in written papers, and you will draft briefings for senior staff and governors on ad hoc banking sector issues.
Build models and conduct research on the banking sector (if and where appropriate for your background): you will build models or analyse large datasets to help monitor risks or explore policy questions. Recent examples include developing tools to decompose moves in banks’ security prices as a cross check on our analysis and modelling to help understand when banks are and are not incentivise to extend credit.
Building relationships: our work benefits from good collaboration with other teams across the Bank, as well as external stakeholders.
Bank Of England Jobs Role Requirements
We are looking for someone who is interested in understanding the UK banking system and wants to play a key role in keeping it resilient:
Bank Of England Jobs Essential Criteria
- You are enthusiastic about contributing to financial stability in the UK.
- You deliver high quality analysis and take the initiative to develop innovative ideas.
- You communicate clearly and convincingly in written and spoken forms.
Bank Of England Jobs Desirable Criteria
- You understand how banks operate and how they contribute to financial stability.
- You are numerate and have experience conducting financial analysis of banks.
- You have experience using R for analysis (we can teach you if you don’t).
- (Optional) you have experience of research and econometric/statistical analysis.
We anonymise applications so hiring managers will not be able to see your personal information, your original CV or any covering letters when reviewing your submission. Please complete work history and the applications form questions as requested because incomplete submisssions will not be reviewed.
We continue to build an inclusive culture where everyone can be their whole selves and produce their best work. Our focus on inclusion is intended to build greater diversity in order to reflect the society we serve and be an employer of choice.
This specific role offers a base salary of £45,900 plus benefits.
Bank Of England Jobs The total package also includes:
- A non-contributory, career average pension giving you a guaranteed retirement benefit of 1/95th of your annual salary for every year worked
• A discretionary performance award based on a current award pool and target award of 10%, with a maximum potential award of 25%
• A 7% benefits allowance with the option to take as salary or purchase a wide range of flexible benefits
• 25 days annual leave with option to buy up to 13 additional days through flexible benefits
• Private medical insurance and income protection insurance