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Firmwide Compliance Risk Assessment Program Support Vice President

JPMorganChase

JPMorganChase

Customer Service, Legal
Elgin, IL, USA
Posted on Tuesday, July 2, 2024

Job Description

Firmwide Control Management (CM) ensures a robust control environment across the organization. We are seeking multiple team members to support the execution of the Compliance Risk Assessment (CRA) Program. This high-profile role involves assessing key compliance risks across the firm and ensuring consistency in approach. Excellent communication and collaboration skills are required to influence a variety of stakeholders. The role is part of the JPMorgan Chase Corporate Control Management Organization, reporting to the Firmwide Compliance risk Assessment Program Lead.

As a Firmwide Compliance Risk Assessment Program Support Vice President within the JPMorgan Chase Corporate Control Management Organization, you will play a critical role in supporting the execution of the Compliance Risk Assessment (CRA) Program across the firm. You will be involved in identifying and assessing key compliance risks, ensuring firmwide consistency in the implementation of the CRA Program, and contributing to a team that is accountable for the delivery and reporting of the CRAs. This role will require excellent communication, collaboration, and partnership skills as you will be engaging with a wide variety of stakeholders, often at a senior executive level. This is a high-profile role that offers the opportunity to make a significant impact on the firm's control environment.

Job responsibilities:

  • Support execution of the global/horizontal Compliance Risk Assessment (CRA) Program including the framework, methodology, and execution across the firm
  • Support the identification and assessment of JPM’s key compliance risks including ensuring firmwide consistency in the implementation of the CRA Program
  • Participate in discussions, engage, and collaborate with the “Community of Practice” – accountable senior business executives, across lines of businesses, across corporate functions, compliance, legal, and other coverage partners to calibrate and clearly articulate the risk levels within the firm’s compliance risk framework
  • Contribute to a team that is accountable for the delivery and reporting of the CRAs to the respective firmwide and LOB governance committees as well as the JPM Board
  • Support the implementation of enhancements to the CRA Program in BAU
  • Participate on critical regulatory matters and meetings as required. Support management of Internal Audit and Compliance exams related to the CRA Program and implementation of related issues remediations.
  • Manage (1st Line of Defense) and reports into key senior control managers leading the CRA Program
  • Develop stakeholder relationships related to Control Management Programs (e.g. Office of Legal Obligations, Control and Operational Risk Evaluation) and 2nd Line Compliance and Operational Risk functions where there are significant dependencies
  • Participate in and contribute to a team of control managers in support of the CRA Program

Required qualifications, skills and capabilities:

  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience required
  • Results driven, strong attention to detail, and ability to synthesize large amounts of information and propose recommendations. Adaptable, flexible and willing to work in a dynamic environment
  • Demonstrates consistent track record of having successfully contributed to large, strategic, cross functional initiatives
  • Understanding of regulatory and supervisory expectations for large complex financial institutions
  • Ability to successfully navigate and collaborate in a complex, matrixed infrastructure that involves numerous groups and individuals
  • Strong interpersonal skills, including working in collaboration across large organizations
  • Strong ability to identify issues, directly address conflicts and escalate issues where appropriate
  • Proactive approach to problem solving (i.e. own issues and follow through to closure)
  • Strong ability to develop structure, solve complex problems in a pragmatic and balanced way, and drive resolution with senior stakeholders
  • Strong presentation skills are essential
  • Subject matter expertise in the following areas of focus - Market Practice risk, Fiduciary Risk, or Client / Sales Practice Risk

Preferred qualifications, skills and capabilities:

  • 8+ years of financial service experience in controls, audit, risk management, or compliance preferred
  • Excellent MS Office skills (PowerPoint, Excel, Word)
  • High level of professionalism, detail oriented, strong organizational, strong analytical, strong critical thinking and multi-tasking skills