This role holder will lead the Programme Management Office for FCC Screening including projects for TSaaS, GNS and List Management and will be involved in Project planning, reporting, budget tracking, change management and financial analysis for overall Screening Programme. The role usually entails liaising with Programme managers, Technology Teams, Vendors, Assurance, and finance teams. The candidate should function successfully in a fast paced, demanding environment and successfully manage multiple work efforts to completion.
Key Roles and Responsibilities
Strategy - Plan and govern Programme budget and Financial Analysis for Screening Programme
Business - Ensure that the key changes are communicated and cascaded to Screening Stakeholders, in line with the programmed communication model
Processes - Ensure adherence to the FCRMP policies and Project Management framework (SDLC) to implement Screening Deliveries
Governance - Manage Programme budget and track actual project spends versus forecast - Keep track of project plans and key project deliverables, ensure documentations, and participate in the project steering committee, and Deliver systems roll-out with ITO partners - Manage the risk and dependencies of project - Track resource / effort utilization and compare against project forecast - Prepare detailed status reports and as needed other management updates via PowerPoint, etc. - Ensure project documents are effectively managed on SharePoint portal
Project/Change Management - Ensure adherence to change management methodology and capabilities. - Track project interdependencies (dependency type, profile, specifications, and timelines) to determine the critical path and control standards. - Track outcomes on Change initiatives/ program post-implementation to evaluate benefits realisation. - Identify and resolve project plan execution (budget, work activities, timeline) risks. - Scope projects and/or produce business case. - Provide project management support. - Define and/or implement project quality compliance standards (e.g. defining the role of steering committee, implementing a detailed decision making matrix, issue escalation process and ensuring quality audits). - Identify and actively engage with various key stakeholders to ensure the success of the project/program. - Participate in weekly program level reporting reviews, including analysis and preparation of project dashboards, metrics, and materials. - Ensure project team members provide quality work products and conform to standards. - Drive adherence to processes and tools across project team including participation in Quality Assurance reviews and assist in related reporting
Key Stakeholders - Senior FCC & FCRMP Management in Region - Work closely with the Financial Crime Risk Mitigation Programme team to ensure the project impacts and benefits, risks & issues are well understood, managed and communicate
Other Responsibilities - Support regional regulatory interaction, particularly in relation to remediation requirements within the FCC function or expected by regulators
Qualifications and Skills
The incumbent will ideally require a combination of FCC experience, specialized in Corporate and Institutional Banking ("CIB") products (Correspondent Banking, Trade Finance, Securities Services, Corporate Finance, etc...). The goal is to have a diverse team within FCC Delivery-Transaction Screening who have a unique combination of expertise and experience within FCC, Transaction Screening and its related products.
The incumbent will ideally possess the following specific experiences: - 15+ years of experience in an international banking environment - 5+ years of knowledge and experience of developing financial crime controls in an international banking environment - Proficient in visual communication and/or graphic design and/or communication design - Creative, articulate, and able to communicate comfortably with stakeholders across different seniority levels - People and process management skills, ability to foster positive relationships with internal and external stakeholders at appropriate level ensuring open collaborative environment. - Ability to deliver outcomes efficiently despite complexity and ambiguity - Demonstrated relationship building skills - both internal and external across multiple jurisdictions - High level of integrity and professionalism - Strong planning and organizational skills - Strong written and verbal communication skills - High attention to detail
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