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CIB F&BM CCAP/CCAR Program Control Officer - Associate

Req #: 170124718
Location: Newark, DE, US
Job Category: Accounting/Finance/Audit/Risk
Potential Referral Amount: US Dollar (USD)
Business and Role Description:
This CCAP Officer role is part of the Corporate & Investment Bank (CIB) Finance Control Team and is responsible for providing support to the CIB CCAR Attestation Program (“CCAP”).  The CIB CCAP Program is  aligned to the CIB Controllers organization which is responsible for ensuring the overall integrity and validity of the FRY-14 reports to the Federal Reserve that support JPMC’s capital stress testing.  The role supports and liaises with the CIB Finance Control Office, which manages the RCSA and SOX programs for CIB Controllers.
The CCAP Office:
  • Performs critical reporting functions for the organization to support senior management’s attestation to the CFO, who in turn attests to the Federal Reserve over the soundness of management’s internal controls supporting capital stress testing
  • Provides a team of centralized CIB CCAP testers.
  • Works to improve processes, and ensuring execution and implementation of the overall financial architecture. 
  • Is responsible for the overall ownership for executing the CIB CCAP program and arriving at the LOB conclusion.
  • Assesses issues and errors for both the CCAP and SOX programs.
  • Coordinates with the Firm’s Corporate Capital Stress Testing Office (CCST) on policy, execution and assessment of issues.
Key responsibilities will include:
  • Identify and document key risks within business (based on regulatory requirements and  business/product knowledge)
  • Understand the processes and document controls in place to mitigate financial reporting risks  (i.e. end to end flow, narrative)
  • Lead scoping meetings, walkthroughs of controls, testing oversight.  Drive risk-based scoping of key controls and identification of testing updates.  Develop test steps for controls  in scope
  • Facilitates Internal Audit’s assessment of the CCAP process.
  • Review RCSA issues, Risk events, Internal Audit findings, reporting errors, QA results and data quality issues to perform impact analysis.  Document issue assessment and report to management.
  • Ensure initiation and confirmation of appropriate handshakes for reliance between businesses (business relying on handshake and business providing handshake).
The candidate must be a self starter who is able to work in a fast paced, results driven environment, be confident and have excellent communications skills as the role will have global exposure, accountability and responsibility.  The role will provide daily interaction with all levels, working with business and functional partners. 
Qualifications / Skills Needed:
  • 7-15  years accounting/finance experience minimum
  • Bachelors Degree in Accounting/Finance
  • Strong knowledge of US GAAP and financial reporting requirements
  • Audit, internal control, product or financial control experience preferred
  • Strong interpersonal skills, relationship building and influencing skills to with the ability to effectively partner with all levels of management across numerous teams.
  •  Strong analytical skills
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Excellent multi-tasking and organizational aptitudes
  • Must have attention to detail and be a self starter
  • Excellent working knowledge of MS Excel (Pivot tables, v-lookups) and PowerPoint, Microsoft Access desirable
  • Knowledge of Corporate FORCE tool a plus
  • Knowledge of Visio/iGrafx a plus
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