Administrator, Central Securities Unit, Belfast

Location UK / Ulster

Job Type Permanent full-time, TemporaryContract

Salary Not disclosed

Updated 6 days ago

Reference 1360284

 Job Description

We are looking for a team member with meticulous attention to detail, has a ‘can do attitude’, strong communication and negotiation skills and has the ability to come up with creative and commercial solutions in support of our customers

Role Title: Administrator, Central Securities Unit

Location: First Trust Centre, 92 Ann Street, Belfast, BT1 3

Role Summary

An opportunity has arisen for a position within our busy Central Securities Team based in Belfast.  The Unit is responsible for actively managing and minimising risk to the Bank by ensuring the Bank can rely on a portfolio of high quality, enforceable security assets.  This vacancy offers an opportunity to build expertise and to forge strong internal and external customer relationships, whilst playing an important role in the delivery of Team and Bank strategic goals.

To perform the role effectively you will need to be able to evidence a strong customer service ethic and demonstrate sound commercial acumen.  We are looking for a team member with meticulous attention to detail, has a ‘can do attitude’, strong communication and negotiation skills and has the ability to come up with creative and commercial solutions in support of our customers

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Your next challenge

  • Review/Approval of all lending related security
  • Advice/guidance on the perfection of all lending related security
  • Liaising with external professionals (Solicitors)
  • Keeping accurate records to a professional standard on all IT platforms 
  • Contribute to the sustainment of a robust risk and control framework/infrastructure that seeks to minimise risks, focuses on prevention and delivers effective solutions as required.
  • Deliver results in a challenging, varied and demanding role

What you’ll need

  1. Proven level of team work and ability to consistently deliver results.  
  2. Capacity to negotiate successfully with sound commercial judgement
  3. Good communication skills 
  4. Deliver a high standard of customer service in all customer interaction with emphasis on delivering quality customer experiences
  5. To build good working relationships and demonstrate your commitment to the team.
  6. Experience in the perfection of lending related security or knowledge of conveyancing terminology would be advantageous however not essential as training will be given.

The Minimum Education requirements for entry to AIB is 5 GCSE passes (or higher), to include a pass in English and Maths. These 5 subjects must be achieved with a grade of A – C. Confirmation of this will be sought if successful for the role.

What else should you demonstrate?

As part of the selection process, the successful applicant will be expected to demonstrate the competencies reflected below.

  • Communication and influencing – genuine two-way communication to achieve consensus and progress
  • Customer Relationship Management – Engaging the Customer and adding value
  • Teamwork and Collaboration: Contributes fully, shares information, ideas and opinions – never a solo player
  • Planning & Priority Setting: Follows a systematic approach to prioritising and delivery of results
  • Problem solving and decision making – making timely, quality decisions
  • Results focus – Maintains a clear focus on agreed goals to achieve expected results

AIB is a dynamic and diverse place to work. We are changing from the inside out to become a bank people can believe in. And by people, we mean our employees as well as our customers.

We’re one of Ireland’s biggest banks, but that doesn’t mean you’re just a number when you work here. We’re organised enough to have small teams focussed on one big initiative. Whether we’re analysing data, developing an app or, lending money, we are all focussed on our customers. 

In each team you’ll find leaders who focus as much on people as they do on function. Here, anyone who is responsible for managing people is called a people leader, not a manager. That shows our commitment and focus on the development and engagement of the people who work here.

You’ll find a mix of age, race and gender, where everyone has an opportunity to reach their potential. You’ll find a culture of openness, positivity and respect where everyone has a voice.

We are looking for the best experienced people as well as graduates. We will match your energy and enthusiasm with empowerment so that together we can build a culture that break the conventions of what our customer and employees expect of a bank.

AIB Group (UK) plc

AIB Group (UK) plc is made up Allied Irish Bank (GB) and First Trust Bank.

Allied Irish Bank (GB) is a niche business bank serving the needs of the business community to provide real value to every one of our customers and to deliver the highest standard of service in banking and financial services. AIB GB’s Head Office is in the City of London with a network of 15 Business Centres across Great Britain.

First Trust Bank (FTB) is one of Northern Ireland’s major retail banks offering a full spectrum of banking products and services to personal, business and corporate customers.

Also in the UK are our specialist FSG, Risk, Operations and Support Services functions who work with our frontline teams to deliver the best service possible to our customers.

What’s next?

If you meet the minimum criteria and would be interested in this exciting opportunity please click apply and complete the online application. If you require further information on this role contact Lisa Byrne from the Resourcing team on 00353 1 7724451.


AIB does not accept resumes from headhunters, placement agencies or other suppliers that have not signed a formal agreement with us. Our engagement with recruitment agencies is restricted to specified hiring needs and will not accepted without direct engagement with Resourcing Team.  Therefore, any resume received from an unapproved supplier will be considered unsolicited.