Job description

Our purpose – Opening up a world of opportunity – explains why we exist. Here at HSBC we use our unique expertise, capabilities, breadth and perspectives to open up new kinds of opportunity for our more than 40 million customers. We’re bringing together the people, ideas and capital that nurture progress and growth, helping to create a better world – for our customers, our people, our investors, our communities and the planet we all share.

The role holder will provide support for the Chief Control Office within the US, with focus in enablement activities and strategy relating to our commitment to improve our risks and controls in line with regulatory expectations. The role holder will work in a team of senior and specialist employees who will support the enablement of the strategy set annually. The core activities will include regulatory driven control improvements needed to support our overarching commitments and goals within the US.

As our Assistant Vice President, Chief Control Office Enablement you will:

  • Support team with strategy and enablement activities including scheduling, plans, material preparation including executive papers, and governance
  • Create and maintain process and procedures
  • Deliver tasks within the Chief Control Office strategy and enablement roadmap including regulatory deliverables and enablement tasks
  • Support activities within Chief Control Office in relation to any global initiated or local US activity that has an impact to our controls framework within the US
  • Be part of a team of senior specialists working to ensure all control improvements are executed within the timeframes and to the standards required
  • Ensure risks, issues and key concerns for control improvements are appropriately raised and documented
  • Support our comprehensive Control and Process Automation portfolio (CPA) across all areas of the business
  • Develop and document analytics and reporting relating to control outcomes aligned into CPA Pathways each month and supporting the analysis of improvement opportunities for CPA
  • Support our comprehensive strategy to improve upon the operating model and interaction model within Chief Control Office to deliver risk appropriate and best in class control management within the US
  • Take part in for Chief Control Office regulatory programs where controls impacts are identified (for example the centralized control enhancement program tasks)

For this role, HSBC targets a pay range between $95,000.00 and $130,100.00.

The final fixed pay offer will depend on the candidate and a number of variables, including but not limited to, role responsibilities, skill set, depth of experience and education, licensing/certification requirements, internal relativity, and specific work location.

At HSBC, our overall goal is to provide a competitive Total Reward Package, with an appropriate mix of fixed pay, and variable pay, as part of an employee’s overall total compensation and benefits. Variable pay generally takes the form of discretionary, annual awards (sometimes referred to as a “bonus”). Additionally, HSBC offers a wide range of competitive and flexible benefits designed to help you improve your health and well-being, finances, and lifestyle.

Requirements

You´ll likely have the following qualifications to succeed in this role:

  • Minimum 4 years’ experience of process and risk improvement roles including US regulatory and financial institutions controls environment and frameworks
  • Industry level Subject Matter Expert in building improvements with a curious mindset to get to root causes
  • Strong and highly proactive thinker who is able to take a problem statement and define a solution and appropriate achievable steps, with dependencies
  • Able to work independently to deliver dependencies and steps to achieve agreed outcomes
  • Take ownership of activities assigned and works to ensure delivery is completed on time and to a high standard
  • Able to build relationships and interact with multiple areas of the organization successfully
  • Strong analytical skills
  • Advanced knowledge of MS suite of tools (Excel, PowerPoint, Visio)
  • Strong knowledge of the HSBC Change Framework

In compliance with applicable laws, HSBC is committed to employing only those who are authorized to work in the U.S. Applicants must be legally authorized to work in the U.S. as HSBC will not engage in immigration sponsorship for this position.

As an HSBC employee, you will have access to tailored professional development opportunities to ensure you have the right skills for today and tomorrow. We offer a competitive pay and benefits package including a robust Wellness Hub, all in a welcoming, diverse and inclusive work environment. You will be empowered to drive HSBC’s engagement with the communities we serve through an industry-leading volunteerism policy, a generous matching gift program, and a comprehensive program of immersive Sustainability and Climate Change Initiatives. You’ll want to join our Employee Resource Groups as they play a central part in life at HSBC, including the development of our employees and networking inside and outside of HSBC. We value difference. We succeed together. We take responsibility. We get it done. And we want you to help us build the bank of the future!

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All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, ancestry, color, race, national origin, ethnicity, disability or medical condition, genetic information, military or veteran service, religion, creed, sex, gender, pregnancy, childbirth, caregiver status, marital status, citizenship or immigration status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression or any other trait protected by applicable law.

Recruiter name
Sebastian Xicotencatl Alvarez-Rubio
Recruiter email
sebastian1.alvarez@hsbc.com.mx