The European Central Bank (ECB) is seeking applicants with substantial experience to fill the position of Head of the Crisis Management Policy and Cooperation Section in the Crisis Management Division of the Directorate General Microprudential Supervision IV.
The main role of the Division is to support the Joint Supervisory Teams (JSTs) in the Directorates General Microprudential Supervision I and II in the performance of their tasks within the Single Supervisory Mechanism (SSM) crisis management framework.
The Crisis Management Policy and Cooperation Section is responsible in particular for establishing and maintaining a framework for cooperation with competent authorities, resolution authorities (notably the Single Resolution Board, the national resolution authorities and, where necessary, third countries’ resolution authorities) and other strategic partners in the application of relevant provisions of EU law and international standards. The Section is also responsible for the design and implementation of policy coordination in crisis situations and for the preparation of participation in cross-border cooperation fora, such as crisis management groups and supervisory and resolution colleges. Additional tasks of the Section include contributing to EU and global policy discussions in crisis management-related areas.
Qualifications and experience:
- a master’s degree in a relevant field (e.g. economics, finance, mathematics, business administration and law) or a bachelor’s degree in one of these fields combined with at least four years of relevant professional experience;
- ideally, five or more years of professional experience (nine or more years in the case of a bachelor’s degree, as mentioned above) in the area of banking supervision, financial stability or financial services, or in the coordination of relevant national and international policies or related consulting services;
- ideally, three or more years of experience in successfully managing or leading a team of highly qualified staff;
- ideally, three or more years of experience in coordinating project work or chairing international working groups;
- sound professional experience in financial crisis management, would be a major advantage;
- proven expertise in advising policymakers, ideally in a central bank, (banking) supervisory authority or a major international organisation, on the discharge of their key duties would be an asset;
- a proven ability to work with multilingual and multicultural teams would be an asset;
- an advanced-level command of English;
- an intermediate-level command of at least one other official language of the EU;
- knowledge of other official EU languages would be an asset;
- good knowledge of the working methods of the Eurosystem, the European System of Central Banks, the SSM and/or other relevant European and international fora would be an asset.
Closing Date for Applications: Tue, 2 Aug 2016
You can see more information about the vacancy here: https://www.ecb.europa.eu/careers/vacancies/html/vacancydetails.en.html?id=005056853E201ED692881DD8D085FB1F