Looking for an Interim Banking & Corporate Treasury Specialist (Part-Time)

26-06-2020 | Treasurer Search | treasuryXL

Our Partner Treasurer Search is looking for an Interim Banking & Corporate Treasury Specialist (Part-time). The specialist will work as the junior in a four person corporate treasury team and will start with an operational focus on assisting newly established international entities setting up banking relations. Tasks will evolve around documentation, signatures and KYC. Other tasks will be in support tasks in cash management and treasury operations. The role might evolve into a permanent and/or full-time role.

Ideal Interim Banking & Corporate Treasury Specialist

The ideal candidate for this position has a relevant business degree and experience in corporate treasury or with a bank. When with a bank, experience is operational and in transaction services. When in corporate treasury, experience is in treasury accounting or junior cash management. The ideal candidate likes freedom & responsibility, is eager to learn and is flexible in order to cope with the quickly changing environment.

Our Client

Our client is a globally operating informations company that is currently in a transition. The Amsterdam team is a mix of young specialists and seasoned management, all knowledgeable, enthusiastic and positive.

Remuneration and Process

Together with our client we are preparing for the moment that we can expect the Corona crisis being under control. The role will be a part-time temporary one, most likely for 3 days a week. Depending on the developments within our client and the match between the candidate & the position, the role might evolve in a permanent one. Both a contractor (ZZP-er) as well as a payrolled employee (detachering) can fill in the position. The Treasurer Test might be part of the recruitment process.

Contact person





Pieter de Kiewit





Pieter de Kiewit
T: (0850) 866 798
M: (06) 1111 9783
E: pdk@treasurersearch.com

 

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