Job Description

Reference # : 21-00899Title : Business Analyst-Investigations
Location : Tampa, FL
Position Type : Contract
Experience Level : Start Date / End Date : 07/12/2021 / 12/31/2021
Description
Description:

The Global Financial Crimes Investigations and Intelligence's (GFCII) mission is to create an integrated approach to the prevention and detection of financial crime by identifying vulnerabilities and mitigating risks to the bank. Provide appropriate feedback through strategic analysis and leverage synergies across functions to create a holistic view of financial crimes.
The Global Financial Crimes Investigations and Intelligence unit's expanded mission (e.g., Cyber Crime, AB&C, Sanctions, AML, Fraud, Cryptocurrency), high-risk geographies and integrated Cyber Crime/Data Intelligence Function will require a synchronized operational approach across the Financial Crimes umbrella.

Position will support all the GFCII Training and Onboarding activities globally, related Work-Streams and other tasks, including the overall training function, new hire onboarding, and assisting with development of departmental presentations. Other related assignments will vary with evolution of needs, function and may extend into many different areas across the bank, globally. Role will be working in PowerPoint and should be a designer and innovator who can collaborate with senior staff to create meaningful motion graphics using PowerPoint.

Key responsibilities:
• Manage training process and training solutions to meet operational and professional business needs
• To meet continuous learning and development of subject matter expertise necessary to customize advanced training content, materials, modules, reports, and metrics
• Keep training needs current with overall mission, expansion, and continuous vision, including projected trends and emerging risk
• Support all aspects of onboarding a new employee (FTE/Temp Resources)
• Assist with the processes for ordering systems access and training Management Information Systems (MIS)
• Act as a liaison with technology support on a regular basis, especially related to new hire setups and entitlements
• Work with investigative analysts and governance & investigative process staff in the completion of client communications and presentations
• Creating, tracking, and generating reports for various applications including Zoom and other platforms
• Leveraging other organizational and reporting tools including OneNote, Excel, and Pivot tables
• Collaborate and expand network with Regional Coordinators, Team Leads, analysts, other training groups, other departments, and regular interactions with point of contacts
• Support adherence, review and updates of related policies and procedures globally
• Organize training schedules and ensure that applicable websites are developed, maintained, and kept current
• Synchronize with technology, other units, and SME's to coordinate partnerships, presenting to broader audiences and organize plans for various roles
• Coordinate, maintain and provide solid evidence for internal control reviews, internal/external audits, senior management, and other requests
• Actively participating in further growth opportunities, meetings, and demonstrations as applicable

Qualifications:
• Five+ years prior work experience in a financial institution with job specific work experience in AML or other financial crimes
• Advanced proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, OneNote, and Access
o Expertise to develop creative and engaging presentation on PowerPoint
-Knowledge of slide layouts, templates, utilizing shapes, imported objects/pictures to create diagrams, flowcharts, and org charts
o Advanced talent to create and present custom training material content and visuals
• Expertise in training technology and reports for various systems/applications, including Zoom
• Consistently articulate clear and concise communications
• Creative balance of time and project management skills
• Adeptness to multitask, follow-up and work effectively through last minute asks to meet deliverables
• Excellent interpersonal, analytical, organizational and communication (both verbal and written) skills
• Experience with online research and reporting tools
• Work independently, self-motivation, proactive measures, and commitment to the highest ethical and professional standards
• Ability to lead global initiatives and drive global consistency
• Knowledge of the laws applicable to money laundering, including the Bank Secrecy Act (BSA), The USA Patriot Act, OFAC, FinCEN requirements, and Suspicious Activity Report (SAR) requirements

Education:
• Bachelor's/University degree, Master's degree preferred

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