U.S. Bank CQA Analyst - Financial Crimes Compliance in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
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Job DescriptionThe Compliance Quality Assurance (CQA) Analyst (“Analyst”) is responsible for the execution of Financial Crimes related testing activities (including Anti-Money Laundering (AML) and Economic Sanctions) within the Independent Risk Review (IRR) second line organization. Key roles and responsibilities include working with the business lines and other Risk, Compliance, and Audit Professionals to help review and oversee an effective risk management framework. The Analyst is responsible for test execution within projects and activities that confirm compliance with applicable federal, state and local laws and regulations, and is responsible for the identification of control and process weaknesses through testing activities.
When gaps are identified, the Analysts work with the CQA Manager to partner with the business line and Risk Management groups, such as Compliance and Audit, to recommend and influence solutions to mitigate Financial Crimes Compliance (FCC) risks, including AML and Economic Sanctions.
Further, the Analyst is responsible for effective verbal communication of testing results to the CQA Lead Analyst and/or Manager and for responding to and/or escalating significant risks as appropriate.
Basic Qualifications Bachelor's degree, or equivalent work experience
Five to seven years of applicable experience in a risk management environment
Preferred Skills/Experience Basic or intermediate knowledge of the applicable laws and regulations, as well as key regulatory trends that impact assigned line of business.
Basic or intermediate Risk, Compliance, and Audit competencies.
Solid understanding of the business line’s operations, products, services, systems, and associated risks.
Solid business acumen and credibility to help business line(s) proactively identify and address risks.
Average process facilitation, project management, and analytical skills.
Average presentation, interpersonal, written and verbal communication skills.
Proficient computer navigation skills using a variety of software packages, including Microsoft Office applications and word processing, spreadsheets, databases, and presentations.
Applicable professional certifications (CRCM, CAMS, CIA, etc.) are preferred.
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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.