Technology Risk and Control Lead – Vice President -- NY

  • Competitive
  • Jersey City, NJ, USA
  • Permanent, Full time
  • JPMorgan.
  • 26 Sep 16

Technology Risk and Control Lead – Vice President -- NY

Job Description:

Our Asset Management Risk and Control Managers are technology risk specialists who support the management and execution of our internal controls programs. We are seeking a Risk and Control specialist to work in Asset Management within the New York area. The role will be responsible for providing technology risk and control leadership by working in close consultation across the technology organization to apply data governance over business critical enterprise data and partnering to develop longer-term strategy for data that meets business and regulatory requirements.

Responsibilities:

· Manage and monitor the Technology Risk posture for the business, providing management with transparency over what these risks are and how they can be addressed

· Collaborates with the technology teams to identify and remediate data and protection issues.

· Develop and maintain strong business and technology relationships to become a trusted partner, as well as building relationships with Corporate functions such as Audit, Corporate IT Risk and Global Technology Infrastructure for end-to-end risk and control management.

· Participate in or lead programs to improve or remediate the control environment across Asset Management.

· Interpret regulatory requirements and Corporate policies, communicate these clearly alongside current status, and provide oversight of compliance as required.

· Respond to regulatory enquiries and exams.

· Support the establishment of a culture focused on the pro-active awareness and improvement of the control environment.

Qualifications
•Minimum of 6-8 years IT work experience.
•Worked in a specific role in Risk Management, Audit, Information Security or Business Continuity.
•Demonstrated understanding of Risk Management and IT Controls concepts and terminology.
•Proven ability to lead large programs and projects within a matrix line of business/technology organization, empower people, build rapport, garnering respect and appropriately exercising authority in a collaborative cross-cultural environment.
•Minimum of 5 years experience demonstrating expertise in structured Project Management discipline and techniques is required; Project/Program Management certification is desirable but not required.
•Strong problem resolution, written and verbal communication and listening skills.
•Strategic and technical thinking, understanding of systems, infrastructure and various types of applications.
•Stakeholder engagement skills, including ability to interact with senior levels of management, serve as a trusted partner to various technology and business stakeholders.
•Ability to organize and prioritize work, meet tight timelines.
•Ability to adapt to changing business priorities; flexibility is key.
•Related professional qualifications a plus.