U.S. Bank Payment Services Agile Studio Risk Lead - Hybrid Locations in Fargo, North Dakota
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Job DescriptionThe Payment Services Chief Risk Office (CRO) Risk Lead is responsible for providing risk and compliance support to both the Corporate Payment Systems (CPS) and Retail Payment Solutions (RPS) agile studios.
As a primary point of contact, the role includes ongoing analysis of risks associated with current or proposed CPS and RPS products, services and processes to ensure they are properly identified as well as working with the business to mitigate any associated risks.
To help ensure adequate risk mitigation and adherence to the enterprise risk framework, this individual regularly engages other Payment Services CRO functional areas and the Central Transformation Risk team as well as second and third line risk partners throughout the Quarterly Product Planning (QPP) lifecycle.
The role has responsibility for leading any number of different meeting routines; inclusive of those intended to provide business line management and second/third line partners with status updates.
Lastly, as part of this individual’s overall job responsibilities, they have accountability for playing an active role in the facilitation and tracking of QPP related submissions into enterprise risk processes such as BCI/PRISM, CMRA/CAT and TPRM.
Specifically, the role will: Be an active participant in the agile studio and journey team routines. Answer questions related to risk functions and policies. Ensure adherence to the enterprise risk framework. Conduct initial risk assessments for new features and capabilities under development by agile journey teams. Assist the business with the facilitation of submissions through Corporate processes. Track risk artifacts such as BCI/PRISM, CMRA/CAT, and TPRM submissions. Facilitate risk assessment, identification and refinement routines. Provide ongoing journey status updates to risk partners. Define and develop risk controls for journey related implementations. Partner with the business to establish and maintain KI reporting associated with the agile studios. Manage and maintain independent QPP tracking and reporting.
Basic Qualifications: Bachelor's degree, or equivalent work experience 10 or more years of applicable experience
Preferred Skills/Experience: Three to five years of experience in risk, audit and or regulatory compliance activities; financial services, business to business, credit card or consumer lending experience preferred. Strong working knowledge of agile methodologies for solutions development and delivery. Thorough knowledge of consumer related or business to business banking laws and regulations and understanding of the financial services regulatory and compliance environment. Thorough understanding of the products, policies, operations and procedures related to consumer or business to business banking; inclusive of associated risks/controls. Strong organizational effectiveness. Demonstrated critical thinking and analytical skills. Effective interpersonal, verbal and communication skills. Ability to grow and maintain strong working relationships all levels of employees across the enterprise. Expertise in Microsoft Office suite and U.S. Bank platforms, systems, applications. Demonstrated ability to manage multiple tasks simultaneously.
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U.S. Bank is an equal opportunity employer committed to creating a diverse workforce. We consider all qualified applicants without regard to race, religion, color, sex, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or veteran status, among other factors.