The Consumer and Community Bank Risk Architecture Organization is responsible for developing Risk’s multi-year technology roadmap, supporting IT’s control agenda and implementing and managing cross CCB solutions. Risk Architecture supports a number of Governance, Analytical and Business Intelligence solutions including SAS, Model Lifecycle Management and Risk’s Reporting Portal.
The Risk Reporting Manager/Business Analyst will help lead the adoption of the Reporting Portal as part of Risk Reporting sustainable compliance program. The candidate will be expected to develop product and test plans, collaborate with business users and technology partners to deliver objectives, provide weekly and monthly status reports and present to senior management.
Risk Reporting Managers/ Business Analyst are responsible for the coordination, support, implementation, and delivery of Consumer and Community Bank report requirements, planning, analysis, testing, documentation and production within the Risk Reporting and Aggregation work stream. The job requires close collaboration with the CCB Risk Lines of Business, Risk and Finance Technology Teams.
As a Business Analyst you will serve as liaison between IT, product management and business representatives focusing on internal and external customer requirements. You will work closely with business partners to analyze business needs and review/produce specifications for new or existing applications that support payment transaction processing. You will be responsible to identify, assess and document business requirements, providing input to priorities, and advising the business on solution options. You should be comfortable leading cross-functional teams in requirements elicitation, discovery using Joint Analysis & Design (JAD) sessions and/or Agile Scrum forums. You will work closely with the software development team and QA to ensure that they understand the requirements, specifications, workflow and context. Experience with Agile Scrum and Waterfall methodologies and the overall Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC) is important. The role requires an individual that has knowledge of various aspects of technology (i.e. Architecture, Infrastructure, Database and Software development). The ability to empathize with business users, interpret their needs and convert them to solutions requirements is critical. As a Business Analyst you are responsible for distilling high-level and detailed functional requirements from the individual business teams. You must develop strong relationships with business stakeholders, technology teams, project management and other key contributors. As one of the key contacts between Enterprise Systems Technology and the business, this is a very visible role that requires strong partnership with the business groups and technology teams. You must provide continuous communication of the practical implications of business decisions, issues and plans to business and technology teams. You will have the additional following responsibilities:
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