Daily Banking Operations Officer (Estonian language) Spausdinti
Manpower Client – Danske Bank Global Services Centre (GSL). It was established in 2012 in Vilnius and became the key strategic center for a vast portfolio of banking operations, professional services, business support functions, and front-end product development. Within a few years the center has become home to a variety of professionals, working in global units and grown into a set of competence centers with end-to-end process ownership, business mandate and direct impact on customer experience. Currently, we are looking for an Operations Officer who is willing to exercise his Estonian language knowledge within new team in Vilnius.
As Operations Officer you will be responsible for:
- Administration of various products and services for corporate and private customers for Danske Bank Estonia and Lithuania Branches;
- Provision of continuous support to internal stakeholders and external parties via e-mail or phone;
- Management of workflow according to established deadlines;
- Participation in process improvement initiatives and projects;
- Collaboration with other departments within Danske Bank Group.
To be a perfect match you will need:
- Higher education;
- Fluency in Estonian and English languages (B2/C1 level is a must);
- Experience in administration or similar within banking sector would be considered as strong advantage;
- Problem solving skills along with accuracy and attention to details;
- Team player mindset as well as willingness to learn in a fast manner.
Company offers work in one of the leading Global Service Centre in Lithuania along with an excellent place to grow your career and competences by facing interesting and challenging tasks. You will get all the necessary trainings at the beginning and a Buddy who will help you to onboard.
Sounds like You? Send your CV in English to: https://www.directch.com/OperationsOfficer
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