Surveillance, QA & Systems Specialist
Where you fit in
The Trading & Supply (T&S) Monitoring & Surveillance (M&S) team has global responsibility for the monitoring & surveillance of the trading practices and business communications in T&S. The Quality Assurance (QA) & System Calibration Specialist reports into the Centre of Excellence (CoE) Manager.
What’s the role?
You will be accountable for the following:
- Manage the quality assurance process for monitoring & surveillance activities
- Developing monthly KPI reports, creating insightful metrics and dashboards for internal and external audiences
- Drive internal assurance reviews across Monitoring and Surveillance processes
- Coordinate the identification and implementation of calibration changes to Surveillance tools.
- Work across key projects that positively impact the effectiveness of the surveillance approach.
- Act as secretary to the Governance review committee meetings
- Act as deputy to CoE Manager as required
You will also be expected to:
- Develop a fit for purpose quality assurance programme covering all Monitoring and Surveillance processes.
- Carry out the quality assurance programme by coordinating actions across the global M&S team.
- Provide leadership reporting of the results of business as usual activities in the form of MI and KPIs that also incorporate QA results.
- Coordinate the identification of calibrations required for Surveillance tools.
- Implement the calibration tests and report the findings to the leadership team for go-live sign-off
- Act as secretary to the M&S governance committee by coordinating pre-reads and circulating minutes post meeting.
- Act as deputy to Centre of Excellence Manager as required.
- Periodically assess and manage the monitored population.
- Work collaboratively with the Specialists in the regions to deliver as one team.
- Liaising with business stakeholders as required.
What we need from you
We are keen to hear from Monitoring & Surveillance professionals with proficiency in surveillance systems/tools and relevant technology. Besides this, we hope to see the following skills and experience:
- Monitoring and Trade Surveillance: Proficient understanding of market integrity risks and how they would manifest themselves across Oil and Energy markets based on strong knowledge of previous cases and the firm’s activities.
- Regulatory Landscape Insight: Proficient understanding of market integrity, compliance and financial crime regulations and expectations and the ability to apply these to assess whether the firm’s activities are in line with regulations/expectations.
- Market and Product Knowledge: Proficient understanding of oil and energy products and how they trade, including physical markets logistics (covering multiple product areas), and therefore the ability to identify unusual behaviours across complex activities.
- Data Manipulation and Analysis: Desirable: Proficient data manipulation and analytical skills allowing for large data sets to be assessed in order to identify trending and outliers to support investigations into trading activities.
- Core Soft Skills: Proficient communication and collaboration skills, demonstrating the ability to set the right tone and relay information succinctly and/or persuasively in order to get tasks completed in a timely manner. Advanced business analysis and report writing skills in order to process information, make critical judgements and present findings in a clear and concise manner.
- Management: Ability to manage small teams, providing training, support, and mentorship to a small number of individuals.
If you don't see yourself fully reflected in every job requirement listed on the posting above, we still encourage you to reach out and apply. Research has shown that not everyone often applies when they do not feel 100% qualified. We are committed to creating a more equitable, inclusive, and diverse company and we strongly encourage applicants of all genders, ages, ethnicities, cultures, abilities, sexual orientation, and life experiences to apply. We look forward to receiving your application.
We are keen to support flexible working arrangements, subject to local regulations and legislative frameworks. If this is of interest to you, please describe in your application the type of flexible working arrangements for which you would like to be considered (e.g., part-time, job share).
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