JPMorgan Chase Control Manager - Business Resiliency - Associate in Jersey City, New Jersey
Control Manager Business Resiliency - Associate, 602
Control Manager position responsible for: Control design; identification / assessment of risks and controls; Control breaks and resolution, including Issue and Action Plan Management; Control governance & reporting. Control Manager will be central point of contact for all control, compliance, audit and regulatory engagements for the Firmwide Business Resiliency team. This will be the primary interface to the internal central control group, Compliance, as well as any Regulators and any internal or external auditors.
The Firmwide Business Resiliency team (FBRT) is responsible for the Firm's Business Resiliency Policy and Standard, and the development and implementation of a risk based operating model and supporting tooling that creates direction for resiliency risk management across the Firm that aligns with internal and external expectations. FBRT partners with Line of Business and Corporate Function BR Teams who are accountable for the management of resiliency risk within their area of responsibility. In light of the complex and constantly evolving threat landscape, continuing to plan for, test and exercise, and improve our resiliency capabilities is integral to safeguarding the Firm and our customers, clients and communities globally.
Within FBRT, the FBRT Controls team is responsible for: Control design; identification / assessment of risks and controls; Control breaks and resolution, including Issue and Action Plan Management; Control governance & reporting. Control Manager will be central point of contact for all control, compliance, audit and regulatory engagements for the Firmwide Business Resiliency team. This will be the primary interface to the internal central control group, Compliance, as well as any Regulators and any internal or external auditors.
Relationship management - work with relevant LOB and CF resiliency stakeholders including Business Resiliency teams and Control Managers, in order to track regulatory and compliance matters requiring attention to ensure accurate reporting of status and actions
Manage the CORE program, facilitating adherence to the Corporate Standards timelines so deliverables are met
Evaluate and analyze open issues and action plans to enable transparency of progress being made towards expected completion dates
Support FBRT management team in the development and delivery of the control management information gathering and analysis, in order to drive the overall program
Provide guidance to LOBs and CFs to drive consistent assessment of resiliency-related risks and controls
Facilitate FBRT's execution of the operational risk management framework including Risk Identification, Risk & Control Assessment, Management Reporting and Governance
Be familiar with JPMC related policies, standards, procedures, as well as regulatory expectations
Focal point of contact for FBRT Control Management, regulatory, audit, and compliance related matters
3+ years' relevant experience
Ability to carry out complex tasks under time pressure, while maintaining a high level of quality work
Proven ability to build strong working relationships with key stakeholders
Proven ability to support and deliver within a structured environment whilst operating independently and within team
Excellent verbal and written communication skills with the ability to present complex and sensitive issues to senior management in an engaging manner
Strong ability to multi-task and effective under pressure / regulatory scrutiny
Works well individually and in teams, shares information and supports colleagues.
Preferred Experience: Internal Audit, Risk and Control, Operational Risk Management, or Operational Business Resiliency
JPMorgan Chase & Co., one of the oldest financial institutions, offers innovative financial solutions to millions of consumers, small businesses and many of the world's most prominent corporate, institutional and government clients under the J.P. Morgan and Chase brands. Our history spans over 200 years and today we are a leader in investment banking, consumer and small business banking, commercial banking, financial transaction processing and asset management.
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