Regulatory Literature Spec

Federated Investors Pittsburgh , PA 15201

Posted 1 week ago

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  • JOB OPENING #: 7540

POSITION TITLE: REGULATORY LITERATURE SPECIALIST

DEPARTMENT: PUBLISHING SERVICES

  • POSITION SPECIFICATIONS:

  • Bachelor degree or relevant experience required

  • Three to five years of project coordination experience required

  • Two to three years of service/operational experience in the mutual fund industry preferred

  • Experience with document management/electronic workflow applications preferred

  • General knowledge of mutual funds and regulatory literature preferred

  • General knowledge of printing process preferred

  • Working knowledge of PC and Microsoft Office products required; high level of knowledge preferred

MAJOR DUTIES:

  • Act on the Unit Manager's behalf, when appropriate, to resolve project coordination issues

  • Prepare Federated Fund regulatory literature monthly production schedules, conduct meetings with management team to review production schedule, distribute schedule to all production participants

  • Prepare production schedules for non-US regulatory literature, conduct meetings with team members and coordinate regulatory mailings with Donnelley Financial Solutions

  • Coordinate electronic production and printing services for regulatory literature

  • Monitor schedules and maintain detailed checklist for entire production cycle and consolidate the production escalations from the Regulatory Literature Coordinator. Provide summary escalations to management

  • Initiate electronic workflows for the production of Federated regulatory documents. Input key project information and metadata into electronic project form

  • Collaborate with internal and external production team members as needed for project coordination

  • Review and approve all regulatory literature for formatting and consistency of appearance prior to printing

  • Review and reconcile monthly inventory quantities for regulatory literature that is housed in the warehouse

  • Review, approve, obtain management approvals, and forward invoices for payment

  • Work with Literature Fulfillment team to prepare cost estimates for new regulatory documents or supplements to existing documents

  • Other duties as assigned

HOURS/LOCATION:

  • 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. (Overtime as required)
  • Warrendale Location Warrendale, PA 15086

EXPLANATORY COMMENTS:

  • Strong written and oral communication skills

  • Effective decision making (within prescribed parameters), problem solving, and analytical skills

  • Strong planning and organizational skills

  • Attention to detail and accuracy

  • Flexibility and ability to work as a member of a team

  • Ability to work well under strict deadlines

  • COMMENCEMENT DATE: 09/28/2018

Federated is committed to providing equal employment opportunities to the extent required by applicable law to qualified individuals without regard to the following criteria: race, color, national origin, religion, sex, pregnancy, sexual orientation, mental or physical disability, age, familial or marital status, ancestry, military status, veteran status or genetic information as well as any other prohibited criteria under any applicable local, state or federal law.


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