Cash is history . Your new wallet is an omnichannel payment app on your smartphone. It's Payconiq.
At Payconiq, we are changing the way people pay at shops and restaurants, with friends and online. We aspire to be the most highly sought-
after payment connection in all of Europe. And with the support and encouragement of big banks, the sky is our limit.
For the head office in Luxembourg we are looking for a Risk & Control Officer, primarily related to non-financial risk. If you want to be part of this big project, work with the Payconiq group’s financial and risk team and CFRO and are ready to take the Payconiq risk framework to the next level, this opportunity is for you!
You will have the mission to :
Strengthen and coordinate the implementation of the international risk control framework;
Establish Key Risk Indicators mapping related to all Payconiq business lines;
Further develop and share a risk management culture within Payconiq group;
Define Key Control Testing and periodic reports in the fields of compliance, fraud, governance, IT, security, privacy, operational risk;
Perform and support the execution of risk assessments;
Collect incident information and follow-up on remediation actions;
Participate in transversal projects and the development of new products;
Facilitate the organization of the Payconiq Risk Committee.
Master degree in a process and / or economics or business related subject;
At least 3 years of experience in a position related to Risk Management, Audit or Control;
Proficiency level in English and French;
Expert with Excel, proficiency with tools like PowerPoint and Word;
Able and willing to travel in Europe.
And most importantly : Self-motivated;
Fast learner & rigorous;
Autonomous & adaptable;
With a good sense of humor.
Life at Payconiq :
Annual personal development allowance;
Lenovo or MacBook laptop; will you choose the dark side?
Fruits, coffee and tea;
Energetic, international and diverse colleagues;
Afterwork, team building & business breakfast;
Challenging job; that’s why you’re here, isn’t it? : )