The Sr Quality Assurance Analyst is responsible for proactively and independently recognizing and assessing compliance risk and addressing non-compliant areas for purposes of maintaining and improving operational performance and compliance. This team member is responsible for assessing GM Financials policies and Sarbanes-Oxley 404 internal controls by analyzing data and documentation or by monitoring team member output. This team member has advanced knowledge and skill sets in establishing and testing query criteria in their day-to-day role and in developing continuous monitoring activities/reporting. This team member will assist and train less-experienced analysts, will frequently and independently work with internal customers and all levels of management and departments across the organization. This team member continually meets or exceeds expectation, is professional and viewed as a leader by peers and requires minimal direction and/or supervision.
Perform more complex analysis by analyzing data or documentation or by monitoring of team member output with knowledge of multiple cash management functions.
Maintain thorough understanding of data, information resources, and processes.
Identify and address areas of non-compliance that could potentially impact financial reporting and make viable recommendations in order to sustain or fulfill any compliance gaps associated with company policies, procedures, 404 internal controls while utilizing cross-functional resources with minimal direction and/or supervision
Serve as department lead for designing, developing and testing department reports, processes and projects.
Analyze counterparty risk and make recommendations to management.
Make recommendations and implement efficiencies to improve department processes.
Foster change and commitment within the department by creating useful business communications and procedures.
Provide training and guidance to less-experienced analysts in an effort to build cross-functional knowledge, self-esteem and career development.
Assist the Manager or AVP with additional tasks including the development of presentations.
Partner and interact with internal and external customers while championing compliance of policies and procedures.
Foster open communication and information sharing within the department to ensure all team members are knowledgeable of departmental standards, responsibilities, goals, initiatives and established deadlines.
Support change and commitment within the department by creating useful business communications and procedures.
OTHER IMPORTANT DUTIES:
Keep abreast of current trends in the market and developments in the profession.
Perform other duties as needed.
Reports to: AVP- Corporate Treasury Cash Management
Direct Reports: None
Must have advanced knowledge of corporate banking including International banking transactions and services.
Must have advanced knowledge of modeling financial information, including forecasting.
Must have demonstrated experience with Treasury Workstations.
Must have knowledge of finance mediums and terminology, financial analysis, and cash management.
Must have knowledge of consumer lending, commercial lending, or leasing.
Proven ability to operate in the banking/corporate environment through work experience.
Advanced analytical skills required.
Demonstrated skills in solving complex issues.
Advanced knowledge and proficiency in the use of Microsoft applications (Word, Excel, Outlook)
Intermediate to advanced query skills. SQL preferred.
Ability to use good judgment in making decisions independently.
Superior oral and written communication skills. Ability to work with all levels of management through daily interface and formal presentation.
BBA Finance or Accounting or equivalent experience required.
5 - 7 years in Cash Management or related field.
CTP/CCM candidate preferred.
Normal office environment.