EnvironmentThe National Bank of Belgium (NBB) requires a financial analyst (F/M) for its Resolution Unit.The Resolution Unit is an entity created for the purpose of implementing the new Banking Act and transposing the Bank Recovery and Resolution Directive (BRRD). It consists of a small, dynamic team. The unit works closely with the prudential services and various other departments of the NBB.The unit offers the opportunity to work on operational cases and on development of the resolution policy. Its job is organised around the preparation of a resolution plan for each Belgian credit institution and for certain stock exchange firms, and the assessment of the resulting resolvability. That entails maintaining contact with both the credit institution and the teams in charge of supervision. This work is conducted not only within a Belgian context but also via participation in the internal resolution teams (IRTs), the European resolution colleges, and the activities of the Single Resolution Board. The unit also takes part in the preparation of the regulatory framework concerning resolution at Belgian and European level. It plays an active role in matters concerning the development of the BRRD, the MREL and the devising of the resolution plan methodology. The unit is also responsible for preparing the decisions of the Resolution College and providing its secretariat. Finally, in the event of a crisis the unit prepares the decisions of the Resolution College on use of the resolution instruments.Functioncontributing towards development of the resolution plan methodologyparticipating in the analysis of the activities and structure of certain credit institutions in order to design a resolution strategyidentifying operational impediments to the implementation of the resolution planproposing ways of reducing those impedimentsparticipating in the development of the Resolution Unit.ProfileCandidates must:hold a master's degree in (applied) economics or business engineeringbe willing to take on responsibilities quickly at both national and international levelhave relevant experience in the field of bank regulation or supervision and/or have a general knowledge of the legislation concerning resolution and be willing to specialise in the assigned spheres of competencehave a good working knowledge of French and Dutch plus Englishhave analytical skills and the ability to summarisebe able to work independently and in a team, in a multidisciplinary, international environmentbe flexible, discreet and capable of working under pressure.Working conditionsAttractive packagea good salary: the National Bank offers pay comparable to that in the banking sector. As well as a competitive starting salary, you enjoy a balanced system of pay progressiona sample from our additional benefits (depending on your statute and duration of employment): group insurance, medical expenses plan, subsidised mortgage, family benefits over and above the statutory minimum, broadband connection, etc.own staff restaurant and a range of cultural and leisure facilities (including the media centre).Flexibilityflexible working hours: you can to some extent decide yourself when you will start and end your working day and overwork will be rewardedfamily facilities: they should permit you to combine work and family in the best possible way; in the school holidays our children's club will cater for your childrencompany mobile increases your accessibility, when professionally neededMobilitycentral Brussels location: easy to reach by public transport, and for our commuters that is totally free of chargeour own underground car park for cars, motor bikes and bicyclesa number of jobs are suitable for working from home: this can be arranged at set times or on an "ad hoc" basis.Program12/02/2017: closing date for applicationsFebruary 2017: interviewMarch 2017: assessmentMarch/April 2017: final selection interview.Applications will only be considered if they are accompanied by a covering letter, a CV and a copy of the diploma(s) and the corresponding annexes (list of ECTS points if available). Foreign diplomas must be accompanied by an attestation of equivalence.