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The Compliance Records Management Officer will establish and manage the firm's books and records policies and work closely with the firm's software development groups to ensure that records are accurately and consistently maintained. The Records Management Officer will be responsible for ensuring that the firm has a complete map of where its data and documents are stored and confirming that these retention efforts are in line with applicable regulatory requirements in all applicable jurisdictions (countries). The Records Management Officer will work collaboratively with stakeholders in Legal, Compliance, Electronic Records Administration, Operations, and Software Development groups to:
Design an enterprise-wide records management framework.
Establish comprehensive firm-wide procedures and enhance existing controls to facilitate a sustainable record management process.
Identify any existing inefficiencies with the firm's current maintenance and/or storage of books and records and design enhancements to address them.
Guide department managers on record-keeping and retention procedures and requirements
Job Requirements and Desired Skills
Bachelor's required. Preferred majors include Information Management, Data Sciences, Computer Sciences, MIS, or Finance
Certified Records Manager (CRM), Information Governance Professional (IGP), is a plus.
5+ years of experience in the financial services industry
Experience working with records management systems
Ability to manage a large scale project and work effectively with other team members in a technical setting.
A high level of comfort with Information Technology is needed to interface with team members, navigate records, conduct testing, re-mediate system alerts and author training materials.
An understanding of the financial products and knowledge of relevant regulations, or ability to learn them quickly.
Familiarity with scripting or query language is a plus.
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