Primary responsibility will be to maintain and execute the NFRR inventory change control process and documentation, and to support the overall program management efforts for the NFRR program. Manages projects limited in scope to LOB products, processes or functions although some may have cross-functional or inter-departmental implications. Serves as secondary contact to senior department managers for critical change initiatives and provides assistance to staff. Partners with the business to develop and transition plans, including ongoing success measures, to sustain the change. Accountable for initiatives limited in scope to department products, processes or functions although some may have cross-functional or inter-departmental implications. Accountable for analyzing present-state, developing alternative future-state approaches and facilitating implementation. Plans, organizes, monitors and controls projects using appropriate tools and techniques to ensure efficient and effective project completion. Develop and socialize potential risk mitigation strategies. Effectively communicates with managers, peers and business partners on deliverables, timelines and support needed. Partners with the business to develop and transition plans, including ongoing success measures, to sustain the change. Responsible for Clarity and PCM updates and project documents. Strong project management skills, including the ability to prioritize work and meet deadlines. Typically 3+ plus years of project management support experience.
The selected candidate will support NFRR (Non-Financial Regulatory Reporting) program management office governance activities with a focus on inventory and change management. Specifically, will be responsible for intake of inventory change control requests, maintaining the change control log, managing the overall inventory and supporting appropriate quality assurance processes to ensure the timely, accurate and completeness metrics for the overall inventory management process. In addition to inventory/change control, this role will support other central office activities as needed such as process improvement projects and other analytical and administrative tasks associated with program. The project manager will work with front line units/control functions with execution of key deliverables to achieve program results.
- 5+ years of relevant experience in project management (technical or non-technical change management) and/or risk management (regulatory/operational risk)
- Applies all aspects of program/project management: resource planning, work breakdown, risk/issue management, financial management, implementation planning, testing, training/communication, etc.
- Must be able to translate plans/policies into specific goals, tactics, action plans and deliverables
- Strong analytical skills with ability to analyze data and identify trends
- Strong communication, presentation and facilitation skills
- Demonstrated ability to lead and influence with no direct authority
- Ability to navigate ambiguity
- Attention to detail
- Ability to learn the business partner/client's business, systems and operations; brings the voice of the business to risk processes and deliverables
- Proficient on Microsoft Office (Outlook, Word, EXCEL, PowerPoint, Visio and MS Project)
- Six Sigma certification
- Experience with regulatory or operational risk management
- Familiarity with Enterprise Report Registry, PRC/ORCIT, RCSA process, Metrics/Key Controls
Posting Date: 12/07/2018
Location: Pennington, NJ, HOPEWELL BLDG. 2, 1200 AMERICAN BLVD, Charlotte, NC, BANK OF AMERICA CORPORATE CENTER, 100 N TRYON ST, - United States
Travel: Yes, 10% of the time
Full / Part-time: Full time
Hours Per Week: 40
Shift: 1st shift
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