End User Computing (EUC) Risk Management, Associate/AVP
- Tempe, AZ
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Americas Model Risk Management (AMRM) is responsible for the management of enterprise-wide model and spreadsheet/calculator risks associated with the Bank's development, deployment, and maintenance of quantitative processes. In order to manage these risks, we have developed and implemented a comprehensive framework across three lines of defense. As the second line of defense, AMRM establishes and maintains the model and spreadsheet risk management framework controls and associated risks in aggregate at the enterprise level.
As part of the End User Computing (EUC) risk management team, you will play a key role in AMRM and report directly to the Head of AMRM Framework Operations. You will manage AMRM's EUC framework control activities to support our program and assist our stakeholders in complying with governance requirements. You will organize and plan EUC risk management related activities across various corporate entities according to Enhanced Prudential Standard regulations.
How you'll make an impact
You will support the EUC Risk Management Program Activities including, but not limited to:
- Assist EUC calculator owners to identify and inventory spreadsheets
- Coordinate with EUC Control Testing team to review classification and risk ratings of all inventoried spreadsheets
- Lead the annual attestation/certification of EUC calculators with stakeholders across the Bank to ensure that AMRM maintains a comprehensive inventory of all Bank spreadsheets
- Assist in the maintenance of EUC governance and control testing mailboxes
- Support both AMRM and spreadsheet owners in the use of the spreadsheet compliance and control system
- Solicit feedback on potential improvements to the system and work with technology and AMRM governance team members to make the associated enhancements
- Support the ongoing evolution of the EUC Risk Management Program
- Assist the Head of AMRM Framework Operations and Head of EUC Control Testing in regularly improving the Bank's EUC Risk Management Program
What you'll bring to the team
- Bachelor's degree is required
- 3+ years of experience in finance, risk management, or compliance in a financial services company
- Project management, audit or SOX experience are a plus
- Strong desire to learn new things and the ability to adapt to a changing environment
- You bring a high energy level with the desire to contribute to the ongoing success of AMRM at the Bank
- You possess excellent communications skills, both oral and written are critical
- You bring superb interpersonal skills, and a desire to bring value to the business
- You are a great teammate who can excel in a dynamic, challenging work environment
- Strong MS Office skills (Word, Excel, PowerPoint)
- Open Pages experience is a plus
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed. They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required of personnel so classified.
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