BNY Mellon Careers
Sr Specialist, Recovery and Resolution Planning (Vice President)
Provides advanced analyses, writing/drafting, and project management services related to the coordination, development, and submission of the Bank's recovery and resolution plans. Typically assigned to liaise with a selected Business/legal entity/functional area and/or to work on a selected portion/topic of the plan(s) such as capital or liquidity analysis, governance mechanisms, operational capabilities, legal entity analyses or collateral management. Develops and executes project plan(s) for assigned topic area or business/entity/function. Develops project objectives, establishes timelines, engages appropriate Bank resources, and ensures achievement of project objectives on time and in alignment with regulatory requirements. Conducts planning meetings and ensures cooperation from the appropriate stakeholder group and its leaders. Compiles submissions and data from project stakeholders on assigned work stream/topic. Assesses applicability and responsiveness to requests/requirements. Challenges stakeholders as necessary. Guides activities related to an area of expertise such as operational, capital/liquidity analysis or governance. Synthesizes and analyzes submitted data such as corporate financial statements, financial ratios, operational work flows, etc. Evaluates results, identifies gaps, and draws conclusions to inform the development of an appropriate plan response. May develop the techniques and methods used in approaching testing within an area of expertise such as capital/liquidity analyses, governance or operational capabilities. Drafts documents (or portions of documents) for assigned topic/Business/legal entity/functional area based on evaluation of data or analyses. Presents drafts and/or summary reports of drafts for management review and approval. Ensures that relevant organization and operational changes result in a corresponding update to the relevant plan(s). No direct reports; may provide guidance to more junior team members and may assign tasks, as needed. Must display leadership in recovery and resolution planning with assigned stakeholder groups, coaching and persuading leaders to adopt the point of view of the recovery and resolution team. Contributes to the achievement of RRP functional objectives. Modified based upon local regulations/requirements.
Bachelor s degree or the equivalent combination of education and experience is required. Graduate degree (MBA) is preferred. 7-10 years of total work experience preferred in the financial services, financial consulting industry, and/or with similar regulatory reporting responsibilities. Prior involvement with financial regulatory matters a plus.
BNY Mellon is an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.
Minorities/Females/Individuals With Disabilities/Protected Veterans.
Primary Location: United States-Pennsylvania-Pittsburgh
Internal Jobcode: 85202
Organization: Corporate Treasury-HR06004
Requisition Number: 1910504