BNY Mellon Careers

Regulatory Affairs PMO (Lead Analyst, Program and Project Management)

Manchester, United Kingdom
General Mgmt / Admin


Job Description



Background to EMEA Regional Change:


 


ERC provides governance, portfolio and programme management expertize, as well as administrative support to the regional change agenda, thereby ensuring seamless end to end delivery, prioritised execution against detailed requirements and the efficient use of our resources.  ERC activities also directly support our regulatory communications strategy through a UK and Ireland Regulatory Affairs function.  Activities include:


  • Coordination and management of the Regional Change Portfolio, inclusive of budgeting and resourcing.

  • Consolidated reporting and communications.

  • Programme initiation and set up.

  • Change delivery across the Corporate portfolios (Strategic Growth and Change, Sustain/Support Current Business Model and Regulatory Control).

  • Remediation and FIX of failing programmes.

  • Provision of an ERC Regulatory Affairs function supporting regulatory communications.


 


Background to Role:


 


Supports the management of the Firm’s Regional relationship with EMEA Regulators, with a focus on the United Kingdom.  This includes tracking, monitoring and reporting of all regulatory correspondence, meeting requests, onsite inspections and notifications.  In addition, participates in a wide array of activities associated with regulatory project planning and management to ensure that such projects are completed on time, within budget and to internal client specifications.


 


Lead Analyst/Regulatory Affairs PMO Duties:


 


Central coordination and administration of regulatory correspondence within the UK, inclusive of:


- Collection/logging.


- Maintenance of repository.


- MI/Tracking, monitoring and reporting.


- Risks and issues coordination.


- Lessons/continuous feedback.


 


Ensures that items for escalation, significant issues and/or other items of note are recorded in the central database and highlighted to senior management/colleagues as required.


 


Responsible for overall success of less complex or small regulatory projects. Leads regulatory project management activities such as project reporting, project planning, issue/risk tracking, work breakdown structures, scheduling effort estimation and tracking, other project documentation preparation and turnover to production. Directs and controls all work performed. Reports and escalates progress/issues to direct management, as needed.


 


Process oriented thinking with a strong attention to detail.  The ability to quickly assimilate multiple regulatory project MI reports, conduct quality assurance, scrutinize and clarify exceptions and then summarize themes and issues towards the production of MI reporting packs for Executive Committee and Board level consumption.


 


Financial management of existing programmes and projects.  Inclusive of supporting annual forecasting, administration, review of actuals against plans and resolving variances with Programme/Project Managers.


 


Assists in developing the statement of work, including project justification and plan.


Influences vendor and client relations by establishing project expectations. Maintains regular contact with internal clients and coordinates and reports on project progress and accomplishments.


 


Works with all required functions and groups to effectively plan and execute the project.  Takes meeting minutes and distributes to project team.


 


Participates in communications with internal management and external clients.


 


Perform secretariat duties for where required (minute taking, recording of actions).


 


Provide high quality communications and presentations, in line with the Regional and ERC Communications plan.


 


Support effective records management and adherence to Corporate Policy.  This will include the ability to manage both the ERC shared drives and SharePoint sites.


 


Education/Qualifications:


 


Bachelor’s degree or the equivalent combination of education and experience in business management or related field is required. 


3 - 5 years of total work experience in Programme/Project Management preferred.


First class communication skills, both verbal and written.


Experience in the Financial Services sector.


Experience working in a confidential environment.


Literacy in the following software packages: Outlook, Word, PowerPoint, Excel (high level of skill essential), Visio, Project (latter not essential).


Flexibility in terms of both working hours and work undertaken will be required.



Qualifications

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BNY Mellon is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer.

Primary Location: United Kingdom-Greater Manchester-Manchester
Job: General Mgmt / Admin
Internal Jobcode: 70186
Organization: EMEA IS REG Change Area Mgmt-HR16447
Requisition Number: 1903187