JPMorgan Chase Control Manager, Associate - Commercial Real Estate - Commercial Bank - Ft. Worth, TX (near DFW Airport). Team is moving to Plano, TX 2nd Qtr 2019. in Fort Worth, Texas

The Control Manager Associate will be responsible for identifying and escalating control breaks, control gaps and noncompliance through the performance of Risk Control Self-Assessment (RCSA) testing, business process walkthroughs and engagement in Commercial Real Estate projects. This person will with partner with the business to identify and implement best practices and solutions for process control, risk identification and mitigation and policy enhancements. Thorough documentation of issues identified and maintenance of supporting documentation will be critical to providing accurate reporting metrics.

Essential functions performed:

  • Work closely with business units to understand and evaluate risk control processes, and use this knowledge to build both monthly continuous and semi-annual RCSA testing to validate the effectiveness of the controls

  • Existing knowledge of Commercial Real Estate processes and products to include Treasury Services Products

  • Partner with the Control Evaluation Services team to monitor testing results, timeliness, to develop/enhance testing and act as liaison between the business and the testing team when questions/issues arise

  • Partner with Legal and Compliance and other program level initiatives throughout the year to conduct risks assessments

  • Through risk and control analysis, identify process improvement, risk mitigation projects and cost savings/revenue enhancing opportunities

  • Partner with business unit management to develop action plans and provide recommendations to remediate issues identified. Monitor the status of actions plans to drive on-time completion.

  • Assist with operational risk working group sessions by sharing "best practices" and current risk issues while understand and following RCSA guidelines

  • Participate in cross sub LOB initiatives to drive consistency across testing and reporting

  • Prepare executive level input for periodic risk reporting, complete system data entry / administration and track changes

  • Project implementation skills including creating meeting materials, creating process maps, leading meetings, implementation of new or revised processes, developing/managing remediation plans, and continuous risk/gap analysis

Other responsibilities may include:

  • Creating reports to communicate risk and control metrics

  • Quality reviews of RCSA tests

  • Developing materials in Visio and Power Point

  • Conducting walkthroughs of new and existing processes to identify gaps and recommend controls

  • Reviewing procedures and analyzing them from a risk and controls perspective

  • Special projects as requested

  • 5+ years’ experience in financial services with emphasis on compliance, risk, controls and regulatory

  • Commercial Real Estate Lending &/or Treasury Products experience is a plus

  • Experience with conducting audits, risk and control identification and assessments, and/or testing including handling exceptions identified as a result of testing

  • Strong analytical skills including the ability to probe sensitive issues while maintaining the highest level of integrity and objectivity

  • Ability to organize and prioritize work, handle multiple tasks concurrently and track progress

  • Excellent decision-making skills are crucial, as are oral and written communication skills

  • Ability to lead meetings / conference calls and work independently

  • Remain flexible and productive through shifting priorities and deadlines

  • Accuracy and attention to detail is critical

  • Establish and maintain effective working relationships as required by the duties of the position. Demonstrate the ability to function in a joint, cooperative manner; share information with co-workers and peers and support department and team plans, programs, and policies

  • Intermediate to advanced user level of current versions of the following systems Microsoft Word, Excel, Visio, & Power Point.

  • Undergraduate or graduate degree, including major course work in accounting, finance, business, or a combination of education and/or experience that would demonstrate the capability to perform the duties of the position.

The final officer title and job grade is at the discretion of the firm and will be discussed at the time of offer. It may be different than what is listed on the requisition based on candidate experience level.

JPMorgan Chase is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer Disability/Veteran.