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(PLP) برنامج التعليم المهني لحديثي التخرج

Date: 26-Sep-2022

Location: Head Office, SA

Company: Saudi Central Bank

يستهدف برنامج التعليم المهني بنسخته الثالثة خريجي وخريجات الجامعات السعودية والجامعات العالمية المعتمدة، وتأهيلهم من خلال التركيز على مجموعة من المهارات والمعارف؛ التي تخولهم لبدء مسيرة مهنية تعزز من دورهم في الصناعة المالية وإدماجهم فيها وفهمهم لها. حيث سيتاح للمرشحين الفرصة من خلال البرنامج للتدرب مدة ستة أشهر في إحدى إدارات البنك المركزي.

إن برنامج التعليم المهني يستخدم منهجيات وأساليب تعليم متنوعة من شأنها إكساب المرشحين المهارات العملية والمعرفية لتعزيز فرص التوظيف؛ سواء في البنك المركزي أو في أي جهة عاملة في القطاع المالي. حيث يتبنى منهج التعليم الديناميكي المدمج المتضمن نظام التدوير الإداري، والتعليم التفاعلي، والتوجيه والتقييم المستمر، والتدريب لتنمية المهارات السلوكية والفنية، والعمل على مشاريع جماعية، ليتم بنهاية البرنامج تقديم عروض تعكس تجربتهم، والحصول على شهادات تدريبية، علمًا أن تاريخ بداية التقديم من تاريخ 2022/9/15م إلى تاريخ 2022/10/1م

شروط القبول بالبرنامج:

  • أن يكون المتقدم سعودي الجنسية.
  • حاصل على  درجة البكالوريوس/الماجستير في أحد التخصصات ذات العلاقة من إحدى الجامعات المحلية أو العالمية المعتمدة بتقدير لا يقل عن جيد جدا أو ما يعادله.
  • حديث تخرج (أقل من سنتين).
  •  إجادة اللغة الإنجليزية تحدثاً وكتابة.

مزايا البرنامج:

  • مكافئات شهرية
  • برنامج تدريبي مكثف والحصول على شهادات تدريبية
  • التدوير الإداري
  • تأمين طبي للمتدرب

التخصصات المستهدفة:

  • التخصصات القانونية
  • التخصصات التقنية بجميع أنواعها
  • التخصصات الإدارية بجميع أنواعها
  • التخصصات الهندسية بجميع أنواعها

Brief about each participant department: 

1. Payments Systems Business Department

The Department oversees the development and sustainability of the national Payments Strategy for KSA and is the catalyst for the evolution and development of leading edge, inter-operable payment infrastructures, systems, schemes and programs.  The Department controls the business of the core Real Time Gross Settlement System (RTGS) overseeing the settlement and reconciliation of these core payments along with managing cross border payment initiatives and systems.  The Department undertakes extensive and research into evolving payment market practices, technologies and sectoral market needs, which drive the evolution of the broad payments ecosystem. Bachelor’s and Master’s degree holders with majors in Management Information Systems (MIS), Finance, Data Analytics, Business Administration, Economics, Digital Economy, Engineering & Computer Science (AI, Machine Learning, Expert Systems) and related fields, will be considered.     

 

 

2. Financial Stability Department

The new Saudi Central Bank law identifies three objectives, one of which is supporting the stability of the financial sector and promoting trust therein.  Hence, the Financial Stability Department carries out several duties to achieve this goal, among others: the department monitors, analyzes and assesses macro-economic and financial vulnerabilities to the financial system, in addition to formulating macro-prudential policy to mitigate identified risks and thereby ensure the system's resilience. It works in close cooperation with numerous SAMA departments and executive committees, other government agencies and international organizations. Bachelor’s and Master’s degree (preferred) holders with majors in Economics, Finance, Accounting, International Relations, Data Science, Industrial Engineering or any related field will be considered.

 

 

3. Financial Sector Development Department

The Department’s role is to maintain the evolution of the financial sector in the Kingdom.  We support market development by proactively introducing new regulations allowing for the adoption of new technologies, business models and concepts. We partner with global peers to undertake cross-border activities and act as the point-of-contact to the Financial Sector Development Program and consolidate all SAMA reporting associated with FSDP initiatives. The department represents SAMA in conferences and committees of regional and international organizations on the topic of financial sector development, fintech and the use of emerging technologies. Bachelor’s and Master’s degree holders with majors in Economics, Business Administration, Project Management, Law, Finance, Industrial and Systems Engineering or related fields will be considered.

 

 

4. Open Banking Program

The Program works on developing the Open Banking Strategy in the Kingdom, driving Open Banking product development by developing Open Banking use cases and services in accordance with best practices globally, managing and monitoring Open Banking initiatives, projects and strategic communication plans. In addition, the program works on researching and tracking global and local trends in the Open Banking ecosystem, developing the Open Banking technical standards and support market participants in implementing the new / existing use cases. The program also works with the relevant SAMA departments in developing and improving Open Banking testing and certifications system and other technical systems that support the Open Banking Program. Bachelor’s holders with majors in Computer-related majors, Information Systems, Software Engineering, Industrial and Systems Engineering, Business Administration, Management Information System or related fields, will be considered.

 

 

5. Anti-Fraud Department

The Department specializes in the assessment and follow up of procedures and practices of Anti-Fraud across different financial institutions. The department ensures the compliance of the regulations and policies across the financial sector. In addition, it monitors the new schemes and tactics of cyber fraud, and develops procedures to combat them. The Department coordinates with other relevant departments within SAMA as it covers the different financial sectors represented in the industry. The department welcomes Bachelor’s and Master’s degree holders with majors in Data Science, Technology Operational Risk, Information Systems/Technology, Cybersecurity, Computer Sciences, Software Engineering and general Computer-related majors, or other related fields.

 

 

6. Payment Systems & Companies Control Department

The Department works to maintain the safety, stability, and development of the payment sector within the Kingdom. As the payment sector's regulator, SAMA develops and maintains the supervisory framework for the sector, the issuing of payment company and payment systems’ licenses, along with the issuing of payment sector policies. Participants will gain considerable exposure to the fast growing sector including how payment companies and payment systems operate and grow, as well as the innovation in the sector. In addition, participants will be working on initiatives that lead to developing a robust sector in support of private sector growth and the realization of Vision 2030. The department is interested in Bachelor's and Master's level graduates majoring in Business Administration, Finance, Accounting, Law, Management information Systems, Industrial and Systems Engineering, Statistics and Quantitative Methods, Economics, or related fields.

 

 

7. Innovation Hub

The SAMA Innovation Hub aims to be a leading innovation catalyst of technologies to reshape and reimagine the future of the Saudi Central Bank and financial services sector in the Kingdom and beyond. The Hub continuously conducts a range of technology exploration, development, prototyping, and technology transfer work, relevant to the financial sector. This includes: analysis, identification, and implementation of potential use-cases that leverage emerging technologies. In addition, The Hub acts as a technical reference unit for advanced technologies, and responds to some selected gaps identified by internal stakeholders that require utilization of such technologies. Furthermore, the Hub collaborates through joint projects with international organizations, central banks, research institutions and think tanks. The Hub welcomes Bachelor and Master’s degree holders with majors in Computer Science, Information Systems, Business Administration and related fields.

 

8. Monetary Policy Department

As a core function within the Saudi Central Bank, the Department is responsible for designing the optimal monetary policy framework in Saudi Arabia.  Additionally, the department monitors, assesses and analyzes monetary indicators and liquidity levels in the banking system as well as developing monetary policy tools. The department participates in various international working groups (e.g.: the Bank for International Settlements and the Financial Standards Board). The department’s objective is to maintain monetary stability and support economic growth through the development of tools & models, research analysis and policy recommendations. The department welcomes recent Bachelor’s and Master’s degree graduates having majored in: Finance; Economics; Financial Risk Management; International Affairs; Accounting or related fields.

 

 

9. Data & Advanced Analytics (DAAP)

The key mandates of DAAP is to ensure the Data Governance and Management by governing the data activities across SAMA. Through establishing and monitoring Data Management and protection policies, processes, and standards and assuring their adoption.  In addition, DAAP works on the development and deployment of Advance Analytics and Artificial Intelligence use cases with the goal of getting insight and AI applications serving the business development needs.

We drive the automation of data collection processes across SAMA, the analysis of this data the generation of regular reports and business dashboards in support of SAMA’s departments and mandates. DAAP is targeting Bachelor’s and Master’s level candidates with majors in Data Science, Statistics, Computer Science, Information Systems Management, Software Engineering or other related fields.

 

 

10. General Department of Banking Control

The Department is responsible for maintaining the safety and stability of the banking industry within the Kingdom and assuring fair and consistent regulation and controls. As the banking regulator, SAMA develops and maintains the supervisory framework for the sector, the issuing of licenses and industry policies. Through various means, including on-site bank visits, participants will gain considerable exposure to banks in the sector. In addition, participants will be working on initiatives that lead to a stronger sector in support of economic growth and the realization of Vision 2030. The department is interested in Bachelor’s and Master’s degree graduates with majors in Business Administration, Public Administration, Finance, Accounting, Financial or Banking Law, Management Information Systems, Statistics, Quantitative Methods and Economics, Fintech, Islamic Finance or related fields.