Primary Responsibilities Include: Third Party Governance Policies:
- Create and maintain in an evergreen fashion a comprehensive set of Third Party Governance policies
- Work with Legal and Compliance teams to ensure that the policies comply with the US and regional regulations
- Work with Procurement, Corporate data and Security teams to ensure that the policies are optimized and not overlapping
- Obtain necessary approvals or no-objections from Risk and other lines of defenses for the policies
- Publish the policies and train the stakeholders on a periodic basis
- Whenever a policy is revised or a new policy is created, work with Third Party Governance teams to create and implement detailed operating procedures, guidelines and SLAs
- Assess the effectiveness of the procedures on an annual basis and make improvements as necessary
- Be responsible for the Third Party Governance Risk Control Self Assessment (RCSA) and associated action items
- Build the team by hiring high performing staff
- Direct, motivate, and develop staff
- Responsible for employee satisfaction and performance management of the team
- Proactively communicate the upcoming changes to stakeholders
- Develop close relationships with key stakeholders across Compliance, Legal, Risk, and Audit teams and keep them informed of emerging changes
- 12 – 15 years of total work experience, with 3-5 years of management experience preferred
- 1-3 years of experience managing teams, with a track record of promoting team members is preferred
- 1-3 years of experience in Third Party Governance, Procurement, Strategy, Management Consulting, Compliance, Legal, Audit, Risk, Policies/Procedures areas is preferred
- Bachelor's degree or equivalent combination of education and work experience is required
- MBA from a top institute is preferred, but not required
- Management consulting experience is preferred, but not required
- Process optimization experience is preferred, but not required
- Military experience is preferred, but not required
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Primary Location: United States-Delaware-Wilmington
Internal Jobcode: 85241
Organization: BNY Mellon CAO-HR16507
Requisition Number: 1818632