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Manage a team of consultants and work across a variety of domains within Financial Crime Unit Client engagements
Lead teams on client assignments from identifying creative but pragmatic options against potential market scenarios, developing conclusions, making strategic recommendations, and then developing plans to operationalize the agreed upon strategy.
Conceptualize and develop client-ready deliverable materials independently with clear logic from multiple perspective angles (i.e. client, internal team, etc).
Develop and share their point of views on strategic business issues trends and anticipate the impact on clients’ needs.
Identify key insights from analyses, interviews, discussion and other sources and to build a business case to evaluate an opportunity, construct a presentation to demonstrate solutions to client executives.
Continued learning and development in the subject matter of Financial Crime Compliance, e.g. understanding the impact of changes to regulations, forming a perspective on how institutions respond, what constitutes ‘best practice’ in relation to policies, operating models, technology, etc.
Active participation in the global PwC network, e.g. build a collaborative network with other PwC member firms in order to share knowledge and provide a truly global perspective for our Clients.
Invest in the development of others through mentoring and coaching, e.g. recognise others’ strengths and development areas, and help them to realise their full potential in a positive and supportive environment.
This role is available in our offices in Gdańsk or Warsaw although there is also opportunity for business travel, subject to the Client engagement.
Previous experience (5+ years) in a consulting role with high client exposure, preferably in a leading consulting firm.
Passion for and experience in business development thought through leadership and relationship development
Strong core consulting skills and deep understanding of strategy & consulting toolkit including: leading unstructured problem solving, driving thought leadership, leading and managing strategy projects
Strong analytical and problem-solving skills (which includes both quantitative and qualitative orientation)
In-depth understanding of the financial services industry (e.g. business and operating models, products and services; culture and communication style).
Flexibility and ability to understand client and project dynamics and be able to adopt the style and priorities to meet individual demands.
Expert skills in driving cooperation with multiple senior stakeholders, experience of building business cases, excellent presentation skills.
Previous experience in AML/ Financial Crime will be considered as an asset for this role.
A team player who enjoys working in a multicultural and international environment, and is willing to travel and be involved in international projects.
The candidate must be fluent in English and additional languages skills will be viewed as a further strength for this role.
What we offer
A diverse, international and fast paced environment, offering exciting opportunities for innovative thinkers who seek to ‘disrupt’ traditional mindsets.
Unlimited opportunities to develop and further your professional growth in a variety of competencies.
Access to leading global clients supported by an unrivaled member firm network with local insights and a global mindset.
Potential for business travel opportunities for those candidates who are keen to increase their exposure to international markets.
A supportive and open-minded team who are dedicated to maintaining a healthy and balanced working culture.
A strong training programme of AML induction to facilitate adaptation to the role.
A competitive remuneration package and benefits that ensure our team is rewarded for their contribution to our success.
private medical care
flexible working time
employee referral program
The Financial Services industry is operating in an increasingly challenging environment as a result of global economic uncertainty, increasing regulatory demands, and unprecedented pace of operational and technological change.
PwC Poland’s Financial Crime Unit (“FCU”) is uniquely equipped to assist our Clients in overcoming these challenges through innovation and collaboration. In FCU, we help clients transform their Anti-Money Laundering (“AML”) Operating Models, reimagine “the possible” and build sustainable AML functions that can adapt to the demands of the Financial Services industry.
We are always keen to recruit new talent who are interested in working in a dynamic, fast growing team.