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Risk Analyst

Public Trust
Job Category:
Accounting & finance
Wellington - Wellington
Wellington - Wairarapa
Job Type:
Ongoing - Full Time
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Job Description

Public Trust is New Zealand's largest trustee services organisation. We are proud of what we have achieved over the last 140 years' and we are passionate about helping thousands of families and businesses look after what is important to them.

By putting our customers at the centre of what we do we help our customers preserve the present and secure their future. We provide specialist advice on a full range of estate planning services including; legal, financial, investment, trusts and estate protection.

We have spent the last few years transforming our business to ensure we have effective tools in place that enable our employees to be a trusted advisors through the lifetime of our customers.

About the role

The Risk Analyst role assists the Risk Manager by performing control testing, thematic reviews and executing the compliance monitoring programme. The role also assists the business to strengthen the control environment and uplift the risk and compliance culture.

As our new Risk Analyst your responsibilities will include the following:

  • Performing control testing on identified controls in consistent and methodical manner
  • Reporting control testing results and any recommendations or treatments in a clear and consistent manner
  • Developing and uplifting the control environment through control testing results and overview of the process
  • Collaborating and assisting with second line risk queries
  • Identifying control gaps and assisting the business to re-mediate

To be successful in this role you will be able to demonstrate a solid control testing background, risk management and compliance experience.

What we need from you:

  • Ideally a minimum two years practical and relevant work experience
  • Knowledge of risk management and compliance within New Zealand
  • Ability to engage and influence others
  • Ability to recognise efficiencies and process improvement
  • Being able to articulate and communicate ideas to a wide audience

For any queries please email us at

(Please note: Applications must be submitted online and will not be accepted via email).

To view the job description and apply online, visit us at and enter the job code 24025GJO.

Applications close Friday, 2 November 2018.

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