Sr.Specialist Process Improvement Design Analyst - Cyber Resiliency

Job Description

Sr.Specialist Process Improvement Cyber Resiliency Design Analyst will:

Perform research and analysis of business needs, technology capabilities, and legal, jurisdictional or company requirements related to cyber resiliency. 


Participate in researching, developing, and creating processes that are consistent with the firm’s requirements and legal obligations as well as industry best practice. Interact directly with the business, technology and operations to understand the impact of new and existing processes when modifications are made to accommodate cyber resiliency.  


Review, understand and enhance the business services framework. 


Differentiate the requirements of resiliency and cyber resiliency, highlighting what is common and designing processes and controls where existing ones do not meet requirements.

Develop and implement processes/procedures for maintaining and or enhancing the resiliency of systems applications. 


Ensure that requirements are clearly defined and testable. 


Responsible for the creation and execution of detailed test plans and scripts to verify software functionality and adherence to business requirements.

 

Identifies and analyzes complex processes within information technology. Coordinates closely with disaster recovery and data security teams. 


Leads projects that involve working with the businesses to understand and improve controls that would mitigate any deficiencies. 


Ensures controls meet regulatory and organization standards. 


Ensures that existing control practices and procedures are documented.

 

Understands database structures and schemas. Works with DBAs and data architects on decomposing data.  Understands concepts of data lineage and has experience analyzing data paths.


Leads and provides direction and guidance for a wide array of activities supporting the improvement of processes and procedures. 
Provides project/process management consulting, coaching, and training to IT teams and/or Project/Process office staff across multiple LOBs. 
Provides input on approaches/tools to build, streamline, implement, and/or automate key processes. 
Champions the company's project management methodology, tools and techniques. 
Conducts formal appraisals to assess gaps in the processes used within one or more LOBs, and may conduct appraisals in accordance with applicable standards (e.g. CBA-IPI or SCE) for LOBs other than his/her own. 
Provides counsel to one or more LOBs for their formal and informal assessments and checkpoints. 
Develops and manages project plans to support strategic process improvement or IT projects at the LOB or enterprise level. 
Ensures adherence to quality standards and reviews project deliverables.
 Manages IT processes and work flows which maximize efficiency and comply with regulatory and audit requirements. Builds effective working relationships with peers and clients. 
Manages client partnerships to ensure that service expectations are developed and met. 
Contributes to the achievement of area objectives. 

Qualifications

Bachelor's degree in a related discipline or equivalent work experience required. 
Advanced degree, Authorized Lead Assessor for CBA-IPI, SCE, SCAMPI, ISO 9000 methodology, or Project Management Professional (PMP) certification, 
8-10 years of experience in systems and project management required, experience in the securities or financial services industry is a plus.

5 years of experience in process design or related activities required


Experience in disaster recovery and/or business continuity required


Experience in the securities or financial services industry is a must


Experience in cyber and information security is a plus


Ability to manage multiple projects


Understanding of information security issues impacting data protection


Strong verbal and written communication skills.


BNY Mellon is an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.
Minorities/Females/Individuals With Disabilities/Protected Veterans.


Primary Location: United States-New York-New York
Internal Jobcode: 45175
Job: Risk
Organization: Office of CIO-HR18027
Requisition Number: 2000540