JPMorgan Chase CCB Risk - Data Risk Management Analyst - Associate in Columbus, Ohio
Consumer Risk Chief Data Office (aka CCB Risk Data Management)
The CCB Risk Data Management organization is a center of excellence team responsible for providing data risk management support, oversight and governance to the CCB Risk organization. The team partners with each sub-LOB risk group and provides guidance, training, and production support on data risk management initiatives impacting CCB risk management. The Chief Data Office (CDO) team also interacts with other CDOs across Risk Management & Compliance and CCB as well as the Firmwide Data Management organization.
Roles & Responsibilities of the Data Risk Management Analyst
The CCB Risk Data Risk Management Analyst will be a critical member of the Consumer Risk Chief Data Office team where they will partner and help support the oversight and governance of Data Risks for the CCB Risk Organization. They will work closely with other members of Consumer Risk CDO, Risk Management & Compliance CDOs, CCB CDO and Firmwide Data Management to ensure that CCB Risk is engaged and in alignment with all strategic initiatives that support compliance with the Firmwide Data Risk Management Policy and Standards.
Individual contributor supporting Consumer Risk Chief Data Office partnership and engagement with Firmwide Data Management as well as other Risk Management & Compliance CDOs CCB Chief Data Office teams
Support governance and oversight processes aligned to Data Risk Management initiatives, within Risk and Compliance and CCB.
Serve as a secondary Subject Matter Expert (SME) for the CCB Risk Organization with regard Firmwide Data Management (FDM) Initiatives and their impact to CCB Risk
Define, Enhance and/or Maintain processes for CCB Risk to effectively provide Governance and Oversight of Data Risk Management requirements
Develop governance processes to prepare regular communication to appropriate stakeholders across Risk and Compliance, specifically in CCB Risk
Support maintenance of Data Store Inventories and related change management reporting for Data Stores aligned to the CCB Risk Organization
Escalate Issues appropriately through Leadership and/or the appropriate Data Risk Management Forum(s).
Ensure adherence to appropriate controls for Audit purposes.
Ability to critically challenge existing processes with a focus on efficiency and control
Bachelor's Degree required with Sciences preferred
Formal Project Management skills a plus
Prior experience with Data Management and Data Governance disciplines preferred. However, a strong desire and drive to learn and understand these concepts and act with a sense of urgency is critical
Strong understanding of Risk Management, Business Analysis, Process Analysis, Process Improvement, and Business Reporting / Analytics is needed
Strong Analytical and problem solving skills with the ability to understand business and technical functions, process information quickly and assess impacts to data
Excellent communication skills, both written and oral
Advanced MS Office suite skills (Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Visio, Project)
Highly organized as the role requires keeping up with the ever changing environment
Ability to work independently. CCB Risk Data Risk Management Analyst will work closely with other stakeholders and are expected to independently provide information related to their individual and group's book of work, and provide input into prioritization
Demonstrated ability to add value, think creatively and holistically, and have a bias for action.
Leverage demonstrated thought leadership to implement complex scenarios and to develop value added processes to support business issues/initiatives
Comfortable working across multiple organizational levels and functional areas
Strong knowledge of banking/ financial services/ regulatory compliance and internal control principles
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