Associate Analyst, Account Transfers (Flex team)Apply Job ID: R-017795 Date posted: 10/05/2021 Primary Location CA-San Diego Other Locations SC-Fort Mill
The Associate Analyst will assist Management with monitoring and reporting on operational controls and processes. This role requires the individual to have a deep understanding of operational processes, dependencies and control points. The role also requires analysis of Operational processes and makes recommendations to reduce overall risk.
In addition, will assist management with project scope, testing and oversight and handling daily, weekly and monthly statistical reports. The ideal candidate is forward thinking, project oriented, and highly analytical with strong attention to detail, excellent verbal and written skills and a team player with a positive attitude.
This role also requires analysis of Account Transfers/Operational processes to make recommendations for efficiencies while providing outstanding service and acting as a resource to internal and external business partners. Additional functions of this role would include daily, hands-on supervision, problem-solving, and training support to their respective team and department required processes to include vendor partner support and analysis as required, as well as review and monitoring daily workflow in various processes according to established policies, procedures, and service levels.
• Project Experience – handling department projects including creation of new workflows, developing test scripts, performing QA and User Acceptance Testing as well as oversight of all project deliverables.
• Statistical Reporting – Analyst will build and deliver required department reports that consist of daily, weekly, monthly and ad hoc requests.
• Acts as a resource to the department and be able to apply complex knowledge of the overall transfer process for inquiries received from internal and external customers and vendors
• Ensures proper application of and compliance with internal and regulatory standards, guidelines and procedures.
• Evaluating the likelihood of risks and make recommendations to the Vice President to mitigate those risks through analysis, communication and implementation of new processes and controls.
• Working with staff within STO departmental units to identify and understand all automated processes (macros),reports and controls to be able to test them regularly to ensure they operate effectively
• Create trend reporting to ensure the department is operating as intended and identify variances immediately to address any issues
• Assist with Audit reviews, collection of data and materials for regulators and/or Internal Audit.
• Continually access and identify new risk items within departmental processes
• Examine and interpret statistical reports to identify risks
• Review, evaluate and monitor the quality of work as measured against accuracy, timeliness, and productivity standards to include vendor process activity and across multiple sites as required. Allocate work amongst the processing team to ensure daily, weekly, and monthly service level expectations are being attained.
• Provide timely coaching to appropriate vendor partners related to processing, problem resolution, daily reconciliation, and customer service approaches.
• Bachelor's degree preferred with at least three to five years related to Account Transfers/Operations experience.
• Project experience within an Operational environment preferred
• Excellent oral and written communication skills
• Highly analytical with excellent research skills
• Ability to meet deadlines in a fast paced environment
• Ability to multitask with good time management skills
• Ability to operate with minimal to no supervision
• Thorough and detail-oriented with strong investigative skills
Licenses/Certifications: Series 7, 99, 66 (or S63 & S65), 24 Preferred
Software/Systems Skills: Microsoft Office Suite required; Moderate to Advanced skills in Excel and working knowledge of Access is Preferred. BETA, Documentum and HP Quality Center experience preferred.
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