Operations Specialist Operations Specialist …

State Street Bank
in North Tustin, CA, United States
Permanent, Full time
Last application, 20 Jan 20
State Street Bank
in North Tustin, CA, United States
Permanent, Full time
Last application, 20 Jan 20
Operations Specialist
Derivatives Operations Specialist- Associate 2 Irvine, California/en-US/Global/job/Irvine-California/Derivatives-Operations-Specialist---Associate-2_R-631860/apply A Derivative Operations Specialist, Associate 2 is responsible for accurately posting domestic and foreign derivatives, including (but not limited to) swap, Future, Options and collateral transactions to our Custody and Accounting systems. This individual resolves data quality issues through interaction with accounting and client service groups in North America and Europe. The individual acts as a first level resource within assigned business unit to process transactions in accordance to established procedures. This individual performs various daily tasks within the business unit as necessary to support processing routines. Assists with other related duties as required. Reviews work for accuracy and serves as a resource.


Reconcile daily futures margin calculation to the total position by contract type and unrealized gain/loss to the broker statement or faxed/transmitted instructions for specified funds.
Work with WIMCS and fund groups to resolve all matters concerning derivative related money movements and accounting questions.
Elevate areas of potential loss/exposure immediately and include supporting documentation.
Reviews and authorizes cash activity and reconciliations.
Process all derivative trades accurately and timely. This includes, but is not limited to, futures, options, cash and security collateral, segregation of collateral and swaps.
Solid understanding of OTC swaps products.
Solid understanding of the swap life cycle.
Initiate any related incoming or outgoing payments.
Complete month-end reconciliations.
Adhere to established operating, risk, and compliance controls and standard operating procedures.
Knowledge of downstream effects and economic impact of the different types of derivatives.
Ability to apply industry knowledge to help other staff members.

Job Qualifications:

Bachelors degree or its equivalent with business related coursework.
Minimum 1 year of related work experience in custody, fund accounting, derivatives and/or transaction processing.
Knowledge of financial securities markets, language and products as well as legal and regulatory requirements.
Strong working knowledge of MS Office applications, and spreadsheet proficiency. VBA skills preferred.
Strong analytical and organizational skills.
Ability to prioritize assignments under tight deadlines.
Strong interpersonal and communication skills in both verbal and written forms.

Posted 2 Days AgoFull timeR-631860

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