Careers

DCBank is growing and always looking for new talent to join our team. We provide many ways for you to develop your skills and achieve your career ambitions in our inclusive environment. At DCBank, you’ll have the opportunity to be a part of a collaborative, energetic, passionate and client-focused team.
Interested in working with us? Please see our current openings below and apply.



Current Opportunities

DC Bank, a private Canadian Schedule 1 Bank, is seeking a Banking Services Officer to join its Operations team. The position would be based in Calgary, AB. Reporting to the VP, Payment Products, the ideal incumbent is one who is highly motivated, and gets things done accurately, effectively and with minimal supervision.

Education, Experience and Skills:
• Relevant Bachelor’s degree from a recognized university or college or relevant experience
• Professional accountant designation not required, but may be working towards a designation
• Advanced skills with Excel and general proficiency with MS Word and Outlook

Specific Responsibilities:
• Review and manage client onboarding process, including ensuring completeness of applications and supporting documentation, contracts appropriately executed, completion of due diligence within the Bank’s risk and compliance tolerance, as well as Applicable Law
• Maintain client records including electronic and physical records, verifying accuracy of records and other documents
• Highly accurate and timely completion of data entry (new entries or changes) into various systems
• Answer client inquires
• Responsibility for accurate entry and review of customer transactions
• Ensuring welcome packages are sent to all new clients
• Day to day execution and ongoing support of account activities (e.g. account creation, transaction monitoring and posting of entries)
• Assist the Chief Anti-Money Laundering Officer with on-going client monitoring and review
• Adhere to the Bank’s policies, procedures, and internal controls
• Analysis and reporting of information as requested
• Responding to inquires and providing information to internal and external individuals
• Other duties as assigned

Core Competencies:
• Good written and oral communications skills
• Highly effective interpersonal skills
• Proven analytical, research and reporting skills
• Organizational skills to manage conflicting priorities
• Ability to exercise great judgment and use critical thinking skills to resolve matters effectively
• Strong attention to detail
• Highly motivated and results oriented, with a bias for action and with a sense of urgency
• Flexible and adaptable to work in a very fast paced environment
• Demonstrates high integrity and commitment to quality and service
• Uphold the company’s values of integrity, innovation, accountability and teamwork
• Ability to work independently and in a team environment

Overview of Company:
DirectCash Bank (“DC Bank”) is a privately held Canadian Schedule 1 Bank, providing unique financial service products and accounts to corporations and individuals. DC Bank is a member of the Canadian Deposit Insurance Corporation (“CDIC”), the Canadian Payments Association, Interac Association, MasterCard International Inc. and Maestro International Inc., with a wide array of product offerings for corporate and individual clients.
Become part of a team of top professionals poised for significant growth and receive a competitive compensation package including benefits and a company matched RRSP plan, as well as an employee assistance program.

DC Payments is an equal opportunity employer

Job Type: Full-time
Salary: $40,000.00 to $50,000.00 /year
Location:Calgary, AB (Required)

Please apply by sending your resume and CV to: careers@dcbank.ca

DC Bank, a private Canadian Schedule 1 Bank, is seeking an Operational Accountant to join its Accounting team. The position would be based in Calgary, AB. Reporting to the CFO, the ideal incumbent is one who is highly motivated, and gets things done accurately, effectively and with minimal supervision.

Education, Experience and Skills:
• Relevant Bachelor’s degree from a recognized university or college or relevant experience
• Professional accountant designation not required, but may be working towards a designation
• Advanced skills with Excel and general proficiency with MS Word and Outlook.

Specific Responsibilities:
Some key responsibilities include the following:
• Maintain accounting records including Accounts Payable and Accounts Receivable, verifying accuracy of invoices and other accounting documents
• Adhere to accounting policies, procedures, and internal controls
• Reconciles discrepancies by collecting and analyzing account information
• Day to day execution and ongoing support of all settlement, EFT and reconciliation activities
• Bank Reconciliation of Treasury and Corporate Client Accounts
• Assisting with all monthly, quarterly and year end reporting requirements
• Documentation and Support of Settlement & Reporting systems and processes
• Processing of monthly fees and charges to Bank Accounts
• Other duties as assigned

Core Competencies:
• Good written and oral communications skills
• Highly effective interpersonal skills
• Proven analytical, research and reporting skills
• Organizational skills to manage conflicting priorities
• Ability to exercise great judgment and use critical thinking skills to resolve matters effectively
• Strong attention to detail
• Highly motivated and results oriented, with a bias for action and with a sense of urgency
• Flexible and adaptable to work in a very fast paced environment
• Demonstrates high integrity and commitment to quality and service
• Uphold the company’s values of integrity, innovation, accountability and teamwork
• Ability to work independently and in a team environment

Overview of Company:
DirectCash Bank (“DC Bank”) is a privately held Canadian Schedule 1 Bank, providing unique financial service products and accounts to corporations and individuals. DC Bank is a member of the Canadian Deposit Insurance Corporation (“CDIC”), the Canadian Payments Association, Interac Association, MasterCard International Inc. and Maestro International Inc., with a wide array of product offerings for corporate and individual clients.
Become part of a team of top professionals poised for significant growth and receive a competitive compensation package including benefits and a company matched RRSP plan, as well as an employee assistance program.
DC Payments is an equal opportunity employer.

Job Type: Full-time
Salary: $40,000.00 to $50,000.00 /year

Experience:
accounting: 3 years (Preferred)

Licence:
CMA (Preferred)
CA (Preferred)
CGA (Preferred)

Please apply by sending your resume and CV to: careers@dcbank.ca

DC Bank, a private Canadian Schedule 1 Bank, is seeking a Compliance Officer to join its Compliance team. The position is based in Calgary, Alberta. Reporting to the Chief Anti-Money Laundering Officer (CAMLO), the ideal incumbent is one who is highly motivated, and gets things done accurately, effectively and with minimal supervision.

Education, Experience and Skills:
• Proven ability to read and apply policies and procedures to a variety of fact patterns
• Proven ability to understand legal relationships between parties and flow of funds
• Proven effective customer service and relationship management skills
• Similar experience an asset, e.g. fraud/suspicious activity investigation, records management, interpretation of legal contracts, client due diligence
• Advanced skills with Excel and Word and general proficiency with Outlook
• Post-secondary education / financial services experience an asset
• Anti-money laundering compliance experience an asset

Specific Responsibilities:
Some key responsibilities include the following:
• Review and manage client onboarding process, including ensuring completeness of applications and supporting documentation, contracts appropriately executed, completion of due diligence within the Bank’s risk and compliance tolerance, as well as applicable law
• Familiarity with the Proceeds of Crime (Money Laundering) and Terrorist Financing Act, its regulations and regulatory guidance
• Prepare and file reports with regulators, including suspicious transaction reports
• Monitor compliance alerts and investigate unusual, suspicious or suspected fraudulent activity
• Assist the CAMLO with on-going client monitoring and review
• Review and revision of risk assessments pertaining to clients and product and service offerings
• Review account activity and transaction alerts
• Highly accurate and timely completion of data entry (new entries or changes) into various systems
• Day to day execution and ongoing support of compliance activities
• Adhere to, and advise internally on application of, the Bank’s policies, procedures, and internal controls
• Support a culture of compliance and provide advice and guidance on compliance matters to internal staff
• Analysis and reporting of information as requested
• Responding to inquiries and providing information to internal and external individuals
• Other duties as assigned

Core Competencies:
• Good written and oral communications skills
• Highly effective interpersonal skills
• Proven analytical, research and reporting skills
• Strong attention to detail
• Organizational skills to manage conflicting priorities
• Ability to exercise great judgment and use critical thinking skills to resolve matters effectively
• Highly motivated and results oriented, with a bias for action and with a sense of urgency
• Flexible and adaptable to work in a very fast paced environment
• Demonstrates high integrity and commitment to quality and service
• Uphold the Bank’s values of integrity, innovation, accountability and teamwork
• Ability to work independently and in a team environment

Overview of Company:
DirectCash Bank (“DC Bank”) is a privately held Canadian Schedule 1 Bank, providing unique financial service products and accounts to corporations and individuals. DC Bank is a member of the Canadian Deposit Insurance Corporation (“CDIC”), the Canadian Payments Association, Interac Association, MasterCard International Inc. and Maestro International Inc., with a wide array of product offerings for corporate and individual clients.
Become part of a team of top professionals poised for significant growth and receive a competitive compensation package including benefits and a company matched RRSP plan, as well as an employee assistance program.

Job Type: Full-time
Salary: $40,000.00 to $50,000.00 /year

Please apply by sending your resume and CV to: careers@dcbank.ca

Reporting to the Chief Compliance Officer and the Board of Directors, this role is a key position and involves a broad spectrum of compliance and AML areas for DC Bank and its product and service offering. The CAMLO is accountable for the content, design, implementation and oversight of the enterprise AML and ATF program, and contributes to the overall compliance and risk-based assessments of DirectCash Bank’s products and services.

Education, Experience and Skills:
• Post-secondary education or equivalent and relevant experience
• AML experience preferred
• Experience with Operation of AML and KYC programs
• Experience preparing and implementing compliance policies and procedures
• Knowledge and understanding of Risk Management and Compliance Framework
• Knowledge and understanding of Canadian AML/ATF regulatory requirements pertaining to FINTRAC, OSFI, PCMLTFA/R, and Canadian Sanctions
• Familiarity with security and compliance at a financial institution would be an asset
• Regulatory framework knowledge and experience
• MSOffice skills

Specific Responsibilities:
Some key responsibilities include the following:
• Manage company-wide compliance regime in order to ensure the AML/ATF program is comprehensive, robust, complete and up-to-date
• Manage compliance department, including AML/ATF and fraud matters
• Build, and work with the business to embed, compliance standards and procedures and champion a strong compliance culture through the business
• Manage, develop, maintain and oversee the Bank’s compliance policies, processes and procedures, including relating to AML/ATF and fraud matters, to ensure compliance with regulatory requirements and best practices
• Ensure adequate measures are in place to identify and mitigate AML/ATF risks and controls are in place to ensure the AML/ATF program is appropriately carried out
• Develop, maintain and deliver training to employees and agents involved in providing bank products and services to customers
• Submit all designated reports required under applicable legislation to FINTRAC, OSFI, and the FCAC related to AML and ATF
• Keep abreast of all new regulatory requirements facing the Bank and its business as it relates to AML and ATF
• Attend conferences and training pertaining to AML/ATF and fraud matters
• Report to the Board of Directors on the status of the AML/ATF program and regulatory requirements pertaining to AML/ATF on at least a quarterly basis
• Develop and maintain relationships with law enforcement, regulators (FINTRAC, OSFI, FCAC) and other AML professionals in the industry
• Liaise with internal and external stakeholders to ensure continuation and growth of the Bank’s AML and ATF culture, while seeking changes to improve effectiveness and efficiencies in policy and processes
• Other duties as assigned

Core Competencies:
• Effective communication (oral and written) and presentation skills
• Strong interpersonal and relationship building skills
• Well-developed analytical skills
• Good planning, organizing and project management skills
• Strong attention to detail
• Results oriented with bias for action and sense of urgency
• Demonstrates high integrity and commitment to quality

Overview of Company:
DirectCash Bank (“DC Bank”) is a privately held Canadian Schedule 1 Bank, providing unique financial service products and accounts to corporations and individuals. DC Bank is a member of the Canadian Deposit Insurance Corporation (“CDIC”), the Canadian Payments Association, Interac Association, MasterCard International Inc. and Maestro International Inc., with a wide array of product offerings for corporate and individual clients.
Become part of a team of top professionals poised for significant growth and receive a competitive compensation package including benefits and a company matched RRSP plan, as well as an employee assistance program.
DC Payments is an equal opportunity employer.

Job Type: Full-time

Please apply by sending your resume and CV to: careers@dcbank.ca