Analysts and Lawyers - Credit Retail Banking & Payments | National
|Position Type:||Ongoing - Permanent|
|Attachments:|| Position Description - CRB&P - ASIC4 Lawyer.pdf (PDF, 147KB)
Position Description - CRB&P - ASIC4 Analyst.pdf (PDF, 146KB)
Position Description - CRB&P - EL1 Analyst .pdf (PDF, 146KB)
Position Description - CRB&P - EL1 Lawyer.pdf (PDF, 147KB)
- Are you interested in achieving positive consumer outcomes?
- Use your analytical mind or legal skills to examine regulatory problems, develop solutions and make a genuine impact on the Australian financial services sector.
- Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Canberra, Hobart, Perth and Adelaide based positions.
- Ongoing and non-ongoing opportunities, salary dependent on experience but ranging from $79,840 to $89,478 (ASIC4) and $104,617 to $115,340 (EL1) + up to 15.4% superannuation.
A future with ASIC means that your work will contribute to ASIC's vision for a fair, strong and efficient financial system for all Australians. We value what you will bring. We value those with sharp, analytical minds who are open to challenging the way things are done.
The work of the Credit, Retail Banking and Payments (CRB&P) team focuses on consumer banking, consumer credit (including mortgage broking), electronic payment providers and traditional trustee companies. The team's work in research and industry surveillance improves outcomes for consumers and industry, and contributes to ASIC's vision of a fair, strong and efficient financial system for all Australians. The team also actively engages with stakeholders to understand and facilitate innovation in consumer financial services.
As an Analyst, you will:
- participate in thematic reviews of harms or problems in the credit, retail banking or payment industries, and develop appropriate solutions to regulatory issues
- provide analysis and recommendations in the assessment of matters such as reports of misconduct or breaches of the law, and the monitoring of licence conditions
- manage surveillance activities across a number of industry sectors
- examine business models, review financial services practices and policies, undertake research and analyse data
As a Lawyer, you will:
- provide advice and guidance in the assessment of complex matters, such as applications for relief from stakeholders, or surveillance activities.
- provide legal analysis of relevant legislation and drafting legal documents, such as notices and instruments
- participate in thematic reviews of harms or problems in the general and life insurance industries, and develop appropriate solutions to regulatory issues, and
- deliver high quality policy advice, guidance and detailed reports, including submissions to Commission, responses to government, and correspondence with peak bodies.
There are Analyst and Lawyer roles available at both the ASIC4 and EL1 levels. The position descriptions for these roles are attached.
You will apply your analytical and problem-solving skills in a regulatory setting. You'll have extensive experience working with complex material and data and be able to engage with external stakeholders.
You will enjoy applying the law to complex factual scenarios. Success will depend on your ability to articulate complex information so it is easy to understand, including in writing. A comprehensive understanding of the law relating to the financial services industry is an advantage.
A bachelor's degree in an analytical discipline is required for these roles. Some possible examples include law, business, finance, economics, commerce, statistics or mathematics. Please note to be considered for a Lawyer position, you must hold a legal qualification, and be admitted to practice.
ASIC is Australia's integrated corporate, markets, financial services and consumer credit regulator.
ASIC has a broad mandate. We are a regulator; a policy advisory body; a consumer protection agency; a licensing body; a financial educator and consumer advocate; and a company and professional registry. And we are a law enforcement agency.
This work is directed to one principal aim: to realise ASIC's vision for a fair, strong and efficient financial system for all Australians.
Underpinning ASIC's vision is the recognition that every cent in the financial system is other people's money.
A future with ASIC means that your work will contribute to achieving ASIC's vision.
To work with us, you must be an Australian citizen, and be prepared to complete an ASIC Suitability and Baseline Assessment which is issued by ASIC's Personnel Security Team.
Please view the position description for more information or click ‘apply' to start your application.