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Sr. Analyst, IT Operational Risk Management

  • New York, NY or Morristown, NJ
  • Full Time

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Office Status: Hybrid
Salary: $91,300 to $157,700

Responsibilities:
• Perform the initial analysis of incidents and identify any impact. With guidance, conduct a mini front-to-back
analysis of incidents to determine if an enhancement is needed to a function/process/control and ensure that
operational risk incidents are properly posted to and processed through the Risk Incident Tracking Application
(GRC).
• Risk Identification – Contribute to the planning and performance of internal reviews of procedures and controls
residing within various product and business areas to ensure that controls are adequately designed and are
operating effectively in preparation for all audits, compliance exams, and regulatory inquiries.
• Risk Mitigation and testing – Proactively engage appropriate stakeholders and partners to lead the
implementation of enhanced processes and controls build-outs as well as targeted second line testing for any
identified control gaps or opportunities for enhancement.
• RCSA Coordination – Coordinate with risk owners in the business to continue to enhance the risk and control
self-assessment to ensure that risks and controls are documented around current supervisory processes and
test the supervisory process to ensure coverage is adequate.
• Participate on significant risk related projects, initiatives and special risk assessments that impact the risk
profile of the bank.