The Consumer & Community Banking Finance Control Team, within CCB Controllers, partners with the businesses to establish and maintain an effective control environment. The responsibilities of the broader CCB Finance Control Team include:
Governance, oversight and project management of various control programs across CCB Finance (e.g. Record Retention, Access control enhancements, User Tools, Model remediation, Legal Entity Structure Accountability, Finance policy implementations)
Management of the Sarbanes Oxley (SOX) compliance and control program
Management of the Control testing program for the Comprehensive Capital Analysis Plan for CCB
Evaluation of CCB Finance Risk Control Self-Assessment (RCSA) program control environment and execution of control testing
Performing Quality Assurance testing of regulatory and other external financial reporting for CCB
Project management of the Resolution and Recovery Plans which involves managing a complex reporting process to ensure complete, accurate and timely reporting for Consumer & Community Banking
The qualified candidate will support these objectives by providing subject matter expertise on control matters and testing with a primary focus on CCB Finance RCSA compliance. Responsibilities include partnering with various groups internal and external to CCB Finance, creating and presenting results of control initiatives in various forums and building relationships across CCB and Corporate Finance which will allow the candidate to focus on honing their communication, presentation and relationship building skills.
Specific areas of focus include:
Represent CCB Finance in corporate and business level RCSA working group meetings
Facilitate weekly meeting with CCB Finance RCSA leads to communicate new or changes to requirements within the RCSA framework
Lead Issue Management reviews and provide effective challenge to ensure appropriate documentation, remediation and sustainability measures for identified issues
Perform end to end control environment reviews identifying and documenting risks and controls via narratives and process flows within CCB, specifically focusing on Home Lending CFO
Perform RCSA testing for Home Lending CFO and maintaining adequate work papers and evidence related to the testing. Create test plans and test procedures based on the control objective and risk of each control
Maintain integrity of testing documentation and provide when requested for various reviews for e.g. QA, Internal Audit Review, External Audit Requests
Design, produce and distribute meaningful metrics and reports related to the control environment, testing program status and results
Partner with Internal and External Audit teams to provide information as needed
Support the broader CCB Finance Controls agenda on RCSA framework requirements (i.e. Inherent and Residual Risk Reporting), monthly/quarterly management control reporting and CCB Finance RCSA consistency reviews
Bachelor's degree in Finance or Accounting required
6+ years experience in Auditing, Accounting, Internal Control and/or Finance
Big Four public accounting experience and /or CPA/CIA certification preferred, internal audit or financial reporting experience required
Strong understanding of internal controls, particularly internal controls over Financial Reporting
A problem solver with proven ability to evaluate processes, controls and issues to determine the inherent risks
Proven ability to communicate effectively (both oral and written), with high degree of comfort communicating with senior management, internal and external audit as well as peer groups.
Strong interpersonal skills - verbal communications, written communications, with the ability to collaborate
Ability to maintain high ethical standards with a drive to achieve the right answer in difficult and/or ever changing situations
A self starter, with a drive for improvement and efficiency, thinks out of the box and is creative
Attention to detail and ability to work independently
Ability to work in an evolving environment, manage multiple projects and support a growing business
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