Recruitment Opportunities at the Guernsey Financial Services Commission
The Commission's primary objective is to regulate and supervise financial services in Guernsey with integrity and efficiency, and in so doing help to uphold the international reputation of Guernsey as a finance centre. Operating in a complex, dynamic and unique environment the Commission is conscious that the development of its staff is of paramount importance if it is to maintain its high standard of regulation in the Guernsey finance industry.
The Commission is based in St Peter Port and is able to provide competitive remuneration packages including pension and health care as well as flexible working hours.
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Amelia Falla Senior Analyst, Banking and Insurance
Having studied philosophy at university (with a particular focus on ethics), a career at the Commission struck me as the perfect way to strive to help others; you can experience a true sense of accomplishment from the knowledge that your work is dedicated to the aim of protecting individuals and the Bailiwick from financial misdemeanours through the channels of policy, supervision and enforcement.
Conor Osborough, PhD Deputy Director, Risk and Operations
Having moved from academia in the UK to Guernsey, to enjoy family life, the Commission were quick to recognise the transferable skills that I already had. Leading on projects, critically analysing data, communicating insight to inform decision making, problem solving, mentoring and training others are just parts of my varied role. The supportive nature of the Commission and their commitment to staff training are real benefits.
Alice Loveridge Assistant Director, Investment, Fiduciary and Pension
The Graduate Development Programme is an excellent opportunity to broaden your skills; I am doing something different each day which at times can be challenging but, in my opinion, it makes the job a lot more interesting. In addition to being able to move around the Commission during the Programme, there are also opportunities to gain multiple professional qualifications.
Stuart Clavey Senior Analyst, Enforcement
On my first rotation, I was placed in Enforcement, which is as intense as it is interesting and with that combination, no two days are alike which makes for a great working environment. From day one I was entrusted with a whole host of responsibilities and it became clear that I had not joined an organisation that hires Graduates just to serve tea and coffee.
Thomas Collins Senior Analyst, Banking and Insurance
Having joined the Commission on the Graduate Development Programme, I have been able to progress and learn a number of new skills through the range of tasks I have undertaken, whilst studying for professional qualifications. The Commission also gave me the opportunity to undertake a secondment with a regulator of another international finance centre and I learnt a lot from this experience.
Alexandra Bevis Commission Staff Officer
The Commission has an open and friendly working atmosphere, and you are encouraged to be inquisitive and put forward new ideas from day one. Guernsey is a fantastic place to work; it combines the expertise of an international finance centre with work-life balance, and my commute to work consists of a walk along the sea!
Ben Harding Senior Analyst, Investment, Fiduciary and Pension
No two days are alike, with each task presenting a unique challenge to tackle. Having come from a background of physics, I had little experience or knowledge surrounding the financial sector prior to joining the Programme. Fortunately, the Commission operates and facilitates numerous training courses, both internal and external, which has allowed me to expand my field of knowledge significantly.
Max Tether Analyst, Banking and Insurance
Looking back on my time so far, I appreciate how much responsibility I have been given and how much I have learnt. The induction programme is very well-structured and encourages graduates to pursue real onsite work as soon as they are able. I have had the opportunity to conduct onsite visits, interview licensees and review their client files, as well as prepare the Risk Governance Panel reports that follow.
Grace Tucker Analyst, Financial Crime
Every day I walk through the doors of an organisation that encourages growth, values you more than just a number and is a place that not only makes real difference, but that inspires you to do the same. Working at the Commission you are surrounded by a wealth of knowledge from an amazing team of people that I am proud to work alongside.
Angus Morgan Analyst, Investment, Fiduciary and Pension
One of my favourite aspects of life at the Commission is the culture of knowledge-sharing and teamwork, which enables graduates to learn from experienced colleagues. Graduates are also helped to progress through the chance to take on responsibility at an early stage, for example, through participating in onsite visits and thematic reviews.
Christina Rumens Analyst, Investment, Fiduciary and Pension
My work is extremely varied and ranges from working on projects, preparing for on-site visits to dealing with regulatory requests. Responsibility is also given at an early stage as within my first few weeks I was heavily involved in an internal division project. The Commission supports your professional development through numerous internal and external training courses and assists you in working towards gaining professional qualifications. Everyone is very friendly, extremely supportive, and more than willing to answer any queries or questions you may have. If you are looking to start, progress or even change your career, I would highly recommend the Graduate Development Programme.