US Bank Saint Louis , MO 63150
Currently seeking applicants with knowledge of auditing, reporting, and analysis to work in the Quality Assurance department.
Responsible for the development and performance of on-going operational risk assessment routines of which include the identification of strengths and weaknesses of the internal control environment within the business lines. The department is also responsible for the control routines associated with the third party vendors which includes: policy and practice validation, independent compliance based listening, routine on-site reviews and assessments, and reoccurring reconcilement routines.
The incumbent will be responsible for the development and execution of a battery of QA assessments that are designed to test regulatory requirements as well as policy requirements to ensure processes are functioning as designed and operating effectively to mitigate associated risks. The incumbent will review and analyze complex processes and activities within the assigned business line or vendor to ensure the QA assessment is designed appropriately and then perform transactional testing and/or control testing. Also responsible for preparing QA reports detailing findings, associated risks, and advising on improvements to internal control routines. Must be able to assist with implementing changes in policies, procedures, and processes to improve work quality and mitigate operational and regulatory risk, while limiting impact to productivity.
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Bachelor's degree, or equivalent work experience
Three to five years of experience in regulatory compliance activities
Thorough knowledge of government and regulatory laws and regulations
Thorough knowledge of U.S. Bancorp operations, policies and procedures
Effective verbal and written communication skills
Ability to research and manage multiple projects and deadlines simultaneously
Strong presentation skills