ING International Talent Program - Risk Track [@ING Bank]

Employer: ING Bank Romania
Domain:
  • Banks - Financial Institutions
  • Accounting - Finance
  • Internship
  • Job type: full-time
    Job level: Student/Graduate
    Location:
  • Brasov
  • BUCHAREST
  • Iasi
  • Updated at: 16.06.2021


    The ING International Talent Programme is a tailor-made 2-year graduate programme. Simply bring your skills, energy and unique personality. In return, we will provide you with a structured level of training and guidance through exciting growth opportunities. Personal and professional.

    Can you find solutions for tackling risks and think ahead about the consequences of unexpected situations? The Risk Track of the ING International Talent Programme prepares you for an essential role in our company. Our Risk team represents a strategic partner for our management team. We count on you to provide the advice that enables us to make the right decisions for sustainable success. Keep in mind that this programme will prepare you for future management roles in Risk.
    If your goal is to become a Chief Risk Officer, you’ve come to the right place. Moreover, our CRO can become your mentor.

    Get to know Risk

    How would you define Risk? Our view on Risk is one that makes ING an important part of the socio-economic context that enables people to stay a step ahead in life and business in a safe and prudent manner. Confidentiality is important as our work involves sensitive data. By the end of the Risk Track, you will be fully equipped to take the next step in your career towards being a high-value specialist or people manager. It’s your decision and your mentor will be there to guide you.

    What we`re looking for
     
    • You have a Bachelor’s/Master’s degree from a university, preferably in Economics, Finance or Legally.
    • Good command of the English language;
    • Students from large university centers in Romania (Bucharest, Cluj, Timisoara, Iasi, Sibiu, Brasov, Constanta and international students);
    • You have ONG’s background from associations such as: AIESEC, VIP, LSAC, SISC, ASER, OSE, LSRS, ASCIG, BOS, ASMI, ASD, EFPSA, eESTEC, ASM, etc;
    • You have obtained excellent academic results, you have participated in various competitions or scientific sessions, you have exposure in programs such as Work & Travel or Erasmus, volunteer activities or international exposure during your studies;
    • You have a maximum of 2 years of professional experience.

    Track Timeline

    First challenge Starting with a challenging orientation phase that can take up to 12 months, you will participate in all the typical Risk processes of each department. You will then move on to your first big assignment or role.

    First part of the journey

    You will get to know how the local risk teams are organized and how they all work together with our business lines. Together with your talent manager and your mentor you’ll define your development plan. Your rotations will include projects both from the Financial Risk (Credit Risk) and Non-Financial Risk (Operational Risk and Compliance) areas. The unique journey as a trainee offers you the chance to get great exposure to various subjects and numerous mentors and colleagues within the risk area as well as test your skill in a fast-paced environment.

    Your first position

    After gaining a complete overview of our Risk area you could take up a position in one of the departments presented above. You could be one of our next Risk & Data Science Analysts or Market Risk Analysts.

    Your second assignment

    Together with your mentor and talent manager, you will find an international assignment in one of ING’s offices all over the world. This project can take up to 6 months period. You should make sure that the chosen assignment will help you develop your competencies and deepen your knowledge.

    Global events & Training

    You will be part of an international network of trainees and the Global events will be the perfect chance to connect with your peers and strengthen your friendships. These events are amazing learning opportunities: you will address both your risk skills and your personal areas of development. The training and courses will be focused on risk-specific development needs alongside data, technology, and leadership skills.

    Convinced yet?