ERM Governance Analyst Sr

Westbury, NY, United States - Compliance & Risk Management - Posted Mar 28, 2018
Requisition Number: 1800008W

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The ERM Governance Analyst Senior is responsible for the daily execution of the ERM Governance functions under the direction of the ERM Governance Manager. Responsibilities include reporting, analyzing and evaluating risk information based on the risk framework outlined in the ERM Policy, ERM Program, and ERM Procedures. The ERM Governance Analyst Senior is expected to build and foster relationships, and communicate with front line employees, ERM managers and ERM staff. The senior analyst will be depended upon to provide oversight and analytical expertise, and communicate compelling and persuasive analysis and challenges over areas with heightened focus and escalated risk. The ERM Governance Analyst Senior will support the ERM Governance Manager in evaluating risk information to capture and identify risk gaps and control issues.



Oversee the quarterly Risk Aggregation process; this includes the compilation of data derived from the Dedicated ERM Risk Managers, creating reports for the ERM Manager and minute taking at the quarterly Risk Aggregation meetings. Oversee the internal control and quality assurance reviews of the Business Process Owner's (BPO) ERM Surveys. Coordinates and assists the ERM Governance Manager in creating reporting packages for the Enterprise Risk Management Committee, Risk Assessment Committee, and Board. Reviews and incorporates relevant Regulatory and Internal Audit report comments into the ERM Survey process, Risk Aggregation and monthly Risk Committee level reporting. Maintains and facilitates the process for ERM's review to assess internal policies for risk impact. Maintains ERM processes that help to identify and escalate potential risk gaps and controls issues through the monitoring reporting of risk based practices, policies and procedures. Works with the ERM Governance Manager to develop and implement processes to effectively identify, monitor, assess and report on risk. Identifies areas of improvement in the development of risk reporting and works with relevant stakeholders to determine suitable solutions. Maintains and fosters relationships with the BPO's and the ERM team to facilitate and effectuate risk oversight, the self-identification of risk, enhance the proactivity program and promote breach escalations. Assists the ERM Governance Manager in updating the ERM Policy, Risk Management Program, Risk Appetite Statement, Common Risk Taxonomy, ERM training documents, and applicable procedures. Works with the ERM Governance Manager to supervise the ERM Governance staff workflow. Coordinates and collaborates with ERM Department personnel on projects and requests to ensure ERM Program objectives are met. Provides oversight of the daily monitoring of ERM dashboard, the reporting and escalation of KRIs, the annual validation process and updates to the Master KRI Inventory. Collaborates with the ERM Governance Manager to support the ERM department in the ERM Internal Audit and Regulatory examinations processes. Perform special projects and take on additional duties and responsibilities as determined by the ERM Governance Manager. Where applicable and when performing the responsibilities of the job, employees are accountable to maintain Sarbanes-Oxley compliance and adhere to internal control policies and procedures.



Bachelor's degree required, Master's degree preferred. Five (5) years of operational banking or regulatory experience required. Supervisory and/or management experience preferred. Previous risk management and/or internal audit experience preferred.



Excellent knowledge of bank operations and solid understanding of internal controls. Excellent knowledge of the banking regulations and application of methodologies for achieving regulatory compliance. Demonstrated ability to develop and maintain strong working relationships, including the ability to create change through the use of positive influence to effectively liaise and communicate with business process owners, senior level management, auditors, and regulators. General knowledge of overall risk management and/or internal audit practices Familiarity with risk management (GRC) systems, extensively computer literate with proficiency in spreadsheet and database applications, analytical tools and other software. Excellent verbal, written, interpersonal and communication skills required. Strong analytical, problem solving and negotiation skills. Ability to maintain strict confidentiality.



New York Community Bancorp, Inc. (NYSE: NYCB) is one of the 25 largest bank holding companies in the nation, with assets of $48.3 billion and a market cap of $6.4 billion at June 30, 2017. With deposits of $28.9 billion and 255 branches in Metro New York, New Jersey, Florida, Arizona, and Ohio, NYCB also rank among the largest depositories in the United States. NYCB operates through two banks with eight local divisions - New York Community Bank a savings bank with 225 branches throughout our five-state franchise; and New York Commercial Bank which has 30 branches. With a longstanding reputation for strength, stability and service, NYCB is proud to be committed to the communities it serves. To learn more about the NYCB Family of Banks visit us at


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