Trainee Banking Specialist
Location: Home Working
Hours: 37.5 per week
Planned start date: as soon as possible
Are you passionate about transforming practice in financial services to enable victim-survivors to receive better outcomes? Do you have experience of working within financial services with vulnerable customers and/or have a domestic abuse background? Are you bold and pragmatic and willing to find solutions to complex problems?
If so, we’d love to hear from you!
About the Trainee Banking Specialist Role
- Support financial services firms with specific projects and initiatives on improving responses for customers experiencing economic abuse.
- Help deliver training so that bank/building society staff members are better able to understand and support customers experiencing economic abuse.
- Support the ongoing development of a range of resources for: banks and building societies to guide their interactions with customers; and for customers to guide their interactions with banks and building societies.
- Produce a monthly newsletter highlighting best practice.
- Support the wider specialist team with responding to emails received from victim-survivors and signpost victim-survivors in contact with SEA in relation to banking needs.
- Ensure that women with lived experience of economic abuse inform the design and delivery of this work.
- .Support the banking team to provide specialist guidance to banks and building societies as they implement the 2021 Financial Abuse Code introduced by UK Finance.
How to apply
Please visit our website (link below) for further details, and how to apply. If you have any questions or would like to discuss the role, please use the email below and add ‘EDAC: Trainee Banking Specialist’ in the subject header.
Application deadline: 11th September 2022
Web link: https://survivingeconomicabuse.org/jobs-at-sea/
Email address: email@example.com
More about Surviving Economic Abuse
Surviving Economic Abuse is the only UK charity dedicated to raising awareness of economic abuse and transforming responses to it.