ERM Data Integrity Testing Analyst Sr
The Senior ERM Data Integrity Testing Analyst is responsible for the design and execution of testing the data quality and assumptions used in the Company's Dodd Frank Act Stress Testing (DFAST) and Commercial Real Estate (CRE) Concentration stress test models and other models.
This involves understanding the process flow and data inputs for the models and the assumptions used in the models. Designs and executes testing on data quality and assumptions used. Assesses whether the BPO controls are operating effectively. Recommends enhancements to management's documentation related to process flows, risk/controls, and policies/procedures.
Designs and executes testing on data quality and assumptions used in the Company's DFAST and CRE Concentration stress test models.
Develops an understanding of the process flow and data inputs for various models and the assumptions used in the DFAST and CRE concentration stress test models.
Executes testing and assesses controls around the inputs and outputs of model data. Designs and executes testing on data quality and assumptions used in the Company's other models. Performs process walkthroughs as necessary. Prepares testing reports for the BPO's that summarize the objectives, scope, issues and conclusions. Identifies risk issues and control gaps and recommends actions to address issues/gaps. Monitors the BPOs' remediation status and validates whether the issues identified by ERM have been resolved. Performs special projects, and additional duties and responsibilities as required. Where applicable and when performing the responsibilities of the job, employees are accountable to maintain Sarbanes-Oxley compliance and adhere to internal control policies and procedures.
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
Bachelor's degree. Minimum of ten years of banking or financial services, or equivalent professional experience. Minimum of five years of experience in Enterprise Risk Management relative to the banking or financial services industry. Experience in DFAST and/or CCAR reporting.