As part of GT&O Enterprise Shared Services, the Enterprise Process Oversight (EPO) teams directly impact the firm’s ability to achieve and sustain operating and regulatory excellence. The Identity and Access Management (IAM) EPO oversees the execution of the identity and access management standard across the enterprise by partnering with Legal, Compliance and the Front Line Units (FLUs)/Operations. EPOs perform standard functions to identify and mitigate risks, achieve operating targets and consistently comply with applicable laws, rules and regulations.
The IAM Policy/Standard lead will facilitate the review and execution of regulatory policy, standard changes and associated process and control changes. As we stand up the new IAM EPO, this role will be responsible for working with a 3rd party consulting company to assess the current state of IAM procedures across each FLU and recommending changes to the enterprise standard and to the FLU’s existing procedures.
Acts as liaison with Compliance with respect to emerging regulatory and policy/standard issues; monitors relevant regulatory changes that impact the current policy and standards
Serves as subject matter expert for policy and standards; provides guidance to FLU/Operations team to clarify with Compliance where unclear
Oversees implementation of standards by completing Gap Assessment assessments for FLU’s and implementation of process
Establishes operational routines and practices to ensure proper controls, quality monitoring and reporting routines comply with policy and/or standard
Partners with Compliance and FLUs to facilitate changes in policy, standards and processes in response to regulatory changes
Monitors any exception request and confirm they are submitted to EPO Governance including business justification, value of risk and mitigating controls
3 - 5 years experience with identity and access management (IAM) or cyber security.
10+ years of project/issue management experience
Experience working with regulators, compliance, risk and/or audit
Identify and move quickly to address business risks and challenges
Ability to refine and operationalize key responsibilities
Strong business acumen and ability to develop general understanding of FLU priorities and objectives to act with sound judgment
Experience with process design and improvement
Excellent verbal and written communication skills, ability to communicate across cross-functional stakeholders including FLU teams, support partners and senior leaders
Strong risk mindset with process and controls background; ability to actively debate and escalate issues and concerns
Complex and holistic problem solving skills - balances logic and analysis with context
Ability to work, lead and gain consensus in a matrix environment
Ability to identify and resolve conflicts sensibly, fairly and efficiently
Experience and knowledge of applicable laws, rules and regs
Experience working in high visibility, high pressure environment
1st shift (United States of America)
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