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Responsible for supporting the Head of Operations for the Global Financial Crimes Testing and Issues Management teams in driving program development, planning, coordination, and reporting efforts globally.
Assist in development, coordination, production, and delivery of reporting packages detailing program or project status or operational activities for senior management, committees, and other oversight bodies, as necessary
Assist in program development activities, including the management of plan execution and delivery of status reporting on the activities of the Global Financial Crimes Testing and Issues Management programs
Assist in ensuring effective governance as well as open and regular communications between global and regional teams. Participate in agenda development process
Assist in annual strategic planning and the subsequent management of program enhancement plans in addition to oversight of the planning, execution and management of team offsite meetings and working sessions
Assist in ongoing monitoring and reporting of the team budgets & key sub-budgets
Assist in managing, navigating and executing business as usual operational activity, including coordinating/resolving inter and intra departmental requests
At least 3 years of experience within a global bank, consulting firm or regulatory agency
Experience in program management activities, such as planning, status reporting, and budgeting
Project management and coordination experience
Knowledge of financial crimes compliance laws and regulations.
Excellent judgment and analytical skills
Strong written and verbal communication skills
Ability to deliver high-quality work products in a timely manner.
BA/BS Degree required; JD,CPA, and/or CAMS a plus
Some travel may be required, domestic and international
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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