Scotiabank Audit Professionals provide enterprise-wide independent, objective assurance over the design and operation of Scotiabank’s controls and operational processes and provide advisory services designed to improve Scotiabank’s operations. Individuals in this career field perform a variety of activities including evaluating and improving the effectiveness of internal controls, risk management and governance processes of Scotiabank. Some Auditing job opportunities include: Auditor; Audit Consultant; Audit Manager; Senior Audit Manager; Credit Risk Audit; and Audit Analyst.
Finance and Accounting professionals provide timely, decision-oriented business analysis, reporting and solutions that enable Scotiabank to measure, manage and control its financial performance. Customers include the Bank’s core business as well as regulatory and government agencies and the investor community.
Individuals in this career field perform a variety of tasks including: planning, organizing, directing, controlling and evaluating the operation of financial and accounting departments; developing and implementing financial policies; establishing financial performance standards and preparing financial reports for senior management.
Some Finance and Accounting job opportunities include: Financial Analyst; Financial Consultant; Accountant; Cost Analyst; Accounting Manager; Controller; Assistant Controller; Collections Analyst; Accounting Analyst; Financial Advisor; and Financial Manager.
Human Resources’ goal is to build sustainable human capability globally to support Scotiabank’s business strategies and priorities. HR professionals perform a variety of activities including: building and implementing HR solutions specific to the environment and needs of each of our business lines; developing, designing and communicating policies, processes and programs to optimize the investment in people resources; providing advice, direct delivery and support to employees in matters related to employee relations, payroll, training and development and recruitment and selection.
Some Human Resource job opportunities include: Administration Officer Human Resources; HR Generalist; Staffing and Recruitment Manager; Total Compensation Manager; Policy Manager; Training and Development Analyst; Instructional Designer; and Labour Relations Specialist.
Scotiabank’s Risk Management professionals work in mitigating risk and exposure within the credit, securities and operational market by establishing credit policies and creating adjudication models for commercial and corporate banking.
Individuals in this field work in four areas: a) Credit Risk: corporate, commercial, real estate, international and consumer credit as well as special accounts management; b) Risk Policy: risk policy, operational risk and enterprise risk management and reporting; c) Ratings, Systems and Analytics: Basel, modelling analytics and internal ratings; d) Market Risk: interest rate and commodity, credit and equity derivative, hedge fund risk as well as asset liability management, international market risk and risk research and modelling.
Some job opportunities include: Senior Manager, Credit Adjudication; Manager, Credit Adjudication; Analyst, Credit Adjudication; Analyst, Market Risk Management; Senior Manager, Market Risk Policy Analyst; and Senior Manager, Interest and Commodities.
Government Affairs professionals are responsible for managing the Bank's public policy priorities, and its government communications activities in Ottawa, across Canada and around the world. Specifically, the Canadian Government Communications stream is responsible for managing the Bank’s government communications activities in Ottawa, and for supporting and coordinating activities across Canada. The International Government Communications stream is responsible for managing the Bank’s international government communications activities, and engaging with international organizations and government stakeholders to advance the Bank’s international priority issues. The Policy & Research stream monitors, and conducts research on, public policy developments that have a direct or indirect impact on the Bank’s operations. It also acts as the Bank’s central liaison with the industry’s advocacy associations, such as the Canadian Bankers Association and the Institute of International Finance.
Some job opportunities include: Manager, Policy & Research; Manager, Government Communications (International); Manager, Government Communications (Ottawa); Senior Manager, Government Communications.
Scotiabank Compliance Professionals promote ethical conduct and compliance with laws and regulations throughout the Bank. Individuals with a career in this area help promote strong and consistent corporate governance, ethical conduct and risk management. Some of the activities include maintaining compliance processes that minimize risks, losses or litigations; and providing high quality support and service to clients as a compliance consultant and educator on regulatory and internal policies and procedures.
Some Compliance job opportunities include: Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX) Compliance Officer; Risk Management Manager; Risk Analyst; Surveillance Officer; Anti-Money Laundering Specialist; AML and Risk Analysis Manager; and Analyst, Fraud Prevention and Detection.
Group Treasury is one of the key groups in implementing the Bank’s capital strategy and managing capital. The majority of the Bank’s equity investment portfolios are managed by Group Treasury under the strategic direction of the Liability Committee (LCO). Group Treasury delegates the management of a portion of equity and equity-related portfolios to other external fund managers to take advantage of these fund managers’ expertise in particular market niches and products. The asset/liability management strategy is executed by Group Treasury with the objective of enhancing net interest income within established risk tolerances.
Some Group Treasury job opportunities include: Director, Liquidity Reporting and Analytics; Director, Strategy & Market Development; Associate Director, Group Liquidity Management; Senior Manager, Reconciliation & Analysis; Liquidity, Analyst, Regulatory Reporting and Analytics; and Associate, Asset & Liability Management.
Scotiabank’s IT professionals provide support to each of our core businesses. Our Information Technology solutions enable Scotiabank to achieve sustained profitable growth and a competitive advantage. Individuals in this career field perform a variety of jobs including data management, data warehousing, programming, networking, database design, software design, as well as the management and administration of entire systems. Some of the most common technologies are: Java, .Net, Cobol, C++, SQL, SAS, JCL, AS400, Citrix, Unix, Cisco.
Some Information Technology job opportunities include: Business Analyst, Business System Analyst; Project Manager, Programmer / Developer; Network Analyst; Database Administrator; Development team leads; Infrastructure Support Managers; Software Architect; Technical Document Writer; Network Administrator; Firewall Specialist; Security Officer; IT solutions; and Programmer Analyst.
The Legal Team ensures that Scotiabank is provided with high quality, cost-effective, business-focused and accessible legal services that are aligned with the company’s core values and corporate objectives. Individuals in this career field perform a variety of activities including: providing legal advice on a variety of areas such as Employment Law, Business Law, Taxation, Real Estate Transactions, Debt Collection, Civil Litigation, Intellectual Property Law, Capital Markets and Securities, Corporate Law, and Commercial International Law.
Some Legal job opportunities include: Legal Manager; Lawyer; Paralegal; Legal Secretary; Leasing Lawyer; Employment Lawyer; Commercial Lawyer; Tax Lawyer; Intellectual Property Lawyer; Corporate Lawyer and Law Clerk.
The marketing area researches, develops and implements strategic and tactical marketing, sales and service initiatives for Scotiabank’s products and services. The marketing team supports the overall objective of achieving sustainable growth by creating a consistent customer experience. Marketing professionals develop strategies that support the business lines and champion marketing alignment and sharing of best practices across countries and lines of business to optimize effectiveness and economies of scale. Individuals in this career field perform a variety of activities including: driving and executing brand campaigns, coordinating media campaigns with agency partners, coordinating marketing intelligence initiatives, and developing marketing communication, advertising and sales promotion strategies and campaigns.
Some Marketing job opportunities include: Marketing Analyst; Marketing Director; Marketing Research Manager; Direct Marketing Manager; Brand and Advertising Manager; Database Marketing Analyst; Digital Marketing Specialist; and Retail Marketing Manager.
Scotiabank’s operations and back-office professionals provide back-office support for mission critical business units and different banking operations in Canada, the United States as well as overseas operations in Europe and Asia. Experience with accounting procedures and back-office operations are important facets of the jobs, along with knowledge of different financial instruments and processes.
Some Operations/Back-Office Administration job opportunities include: Analyst; Senior Analyst; Loan Officer and Agency Officer; Lending Support Analyst; and Client Portfolio Analyst.
Individuals with careers in Project Management are responsible for the effective identification, development, design and implementation of projects for business initiatives across the Bank. Their jobs are aimed to increase operational or service level efficiencies while safeguarding quality and mitigating potential risk. The projects vary in complexity, and are multi-divisional/faceted and global in nature.
Some Project Management job opportunities include: Project Manager; Senior Project Manager; Project Leader; Manager Process Solutions; and Manager Business Analysis.
The Public and Corporate Affairs team provides expert communications advice and solutions to achieve Scotiabank’s business goals and enhance our reputation. Public and Corporate Affairs professionals lead corporate communications and corporate social responsibility at an enterprise level with a strong mandate to align communications across the organization.
Some job opportunities include: Senior Manager, Executive Support; Manager, Reputation & Issues; Director, Corporate Communications; and Assistant Manager, Design Communications.
Security and Investigation professionals support Scotiabank in ensuring the security and safety of the Bank’s staff, customers, reputation, physical and financial assets. They provide value-added and cost-effective consultative, investigative and program management services to mitigate the risks arising from internal and external threats. Individuals in this career field perform a variety of activities including: consulting, evaluation, design and implementation of security plans and management of security functions, in depth fraud investigations, and performing security research and risk assessment to propose potential security solutions.
Some Security and Investigation job opportunities include: Fraud Detection Analyst; Risk Analyst; AML Compliance Analyst; Investigation Officer; Loss Prevention Investigator; Fraud Management Manager; and Security Analyst.