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Compliance Director – Governance for Retention & Records Management

Job Description

Global Information Management
JPMorgan is obligated to retain and manage records in compliance with legal, regulatory and business requirements.  Global Information Management (GIM) is a compliance function that is responsible for leading strategic development of global priorities, and is accountable for governance and oversight of the record retention and records management risks faced by the firm.
Role Overview:
The role is a critical component of the GIM framework and will drive the execution of global and regional priorities and strategies for the GIM program partnering with key stakeholders and regional leads to support overall execution. In addition, this individual will support the Global Information Management program in ensuring that project and related processes are performed in accordance with program strategy and implement consistent and compliant records retention and records management practices across the company.

Key responsibilities:
  • Support Head of GIM as a strategic partner for program development and execution
  • Drive execution of strategic objectives, program implementation, and progressive improvement of standards and processes
  • Assist in the development and oversight of the governance framework inclusive of establishing global and regional steering committees,
  • Defines and enables a Defensible Disposition strategy for all media across the enterprise
  • Enforce consistent utilization of GIM tools/technology across the enterprise
  • Draft business requirement documents, develop templates and any process related forms or tools as required
  • Oversee program and on project specific initiatives and develop an escalation process to ensure that Senior Management is aware of potential target date lapses
  • Provide consultative program guidance to regional partners and lines of business
  • Prepare Executive level communications, including presentations to Committees, Steering Groups and Regional Heads
  • Establish working relationships and routine interface with project sponsors, key stakeholders, Audit, Risk, Privacy, Legal, Compliance and other key business partners to nurture alliances and set consistent standards for global program requirement, in alignment with the Compliance Framework:
    • Implement sustainable regulatory management practices
    • Set strategy for policy and procedure development and maintenance
    • Roll-out scalable training and awareness program
    • Create, implement and maintain governance and oversight structures
    • Develop risk assessment, testing and reporting standards
    • Expand upon monitoring and testing program to measure, report on, and improve upon the effectiveness of the program.
The ideal candidate will be:
  • A strong thought leader who has success in building strong diverse teams
  • Independent thinker who is personally accountable for results
  • Extremely organized, with the ability to influence vertically and horizontally across the company
  • Strong prioritization skills, able to juggle complex priorities to meet immediate and unpredictable deadlines while also ensuring that longer-term projects are completed.
  • A strong problem solver able to analyze business issues and suggest best in class solutions
  • An excellent communicator who is able to influence business leaders and interpret complex legislation and policies to represent these effectively to target audiences
  • A strong team player, committed to delivering to high standards and on schedule  
  • Willing to travel to other JPMorgan Chase offices as and when required
  • BA/BS degree required  
  • 10 - 15  years experience related to Records and Information management experience required; Financial Services Regulatory experience a plus
  • Understanding of regulatory and compliance environment and lifecycle is a plus
  • Experience in leading and motivating staff and project teams in a matrix environment
  • Strong project management skills, with prior experience managing large-scale, time sensitive projects
  • Excellent Executive-level oral and written communication and presentation skills
  • Experience establishing and meeting goals, tracking and driving enhancement opportunities, and presenting progress of the same to senior management
  • Strong leadership and partnership skills required; ability to influence change, and appropriately exercise authority in a collaborative environment
  • Highly organized, extremely detailed and control oriented 
  • Experience interacting with legal, compliance and audit departments
  • Strong PC Skills including Microsoft Excel, Access, Word, PowerPoint and other reporting tools 
Req #: 160015249
Location: Jersey City, NJ US
Job Category: Compliance
Employment Type: Full Time
Potential Referral Amount: 500 US Dollar (USD)

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