Charlotte, North Carolina

Job Description:

The Global Liquidity Management ("GLM") team is part of the Corporate Treasury organization. The primary focus is to understand, measure, analyze, monitor, and influence liquidity utilization across the corporation, in order to ensure that Bank of America and its subsidiaries can meet all contractual and contingent financial obligations through typical market cycles as well as periods of stress. Our business partners include Global Funding, Enterprise Capital Management, Finance, Risk, and Lines of Business. The group works with business units to ascribe limits, guidelines and direction to the business in line with corporate objectives and in accordance with risk appetite statements.

The employee will be a member of the Liquidity Transaction Review Program Team within the Global Liquidity Management Governance team. The Liquidity Transaction Review Program is designed to test the accuracy and fit for use of data impacting liquidity reporting. This testing program serves as a detective control in order to identify and reduce reporting errors caused by data received from upstream systems and from data transformations throughout the data supply chain. The Liquidity Transaction Review Program Team is responsible for test planning, design and observation management. Test development and execution is performed by the Enterprise Independent Testing ("EIT") team.

The role will support test scoping, setup, and observation management and will work closely with partners across Global Liquidity Management, Treasury Data Management, EIT and Treasury Technology. This role will be responsible for:
  • Executing test scoping and setup activities including product and data element prioritization and developing sampling criteria
  • Reviewing and providing feedback on test scripts developed by EIT
  • Analyzing test results, including preparing evidence packages, performing root cause analysis and impact assessments
  • Preparing reporting and analytics for senior management across Treasury, Enterprise Data Management, Line of Business Data Providers, Global Compliance and Operational Risk, and Audit.

Required Skills:
  • Strong data analytics and problem solving mindset to support evaluation of test results to determine true data defect observations and communicate effectively with upstream data providers
  • Astute attention to detail to interpret data lineage, manage large volume of test observations, and prepare and evaluate evidence packages
  • Excellent time management skills, including the ability to meet deadlines, and manage multiple priorities without sacrificing quality or timelines
  • Strong analytical and presentation skills
  • Strong communication (written and oral)
  • Self-motivated, self-directed
  • Proficient with Microsoft tools (Excel, Word, PowerPoint)
  • 2+ Years of financial and/or data analytics experience with a financial institution
  • Bachelors degree or equivalent experience

Desired Skills:
  • Regulatory Reporting, Liquidity Management, Accounting, Data Management or similar background/experience
  • SQL, Database knowledge & ability to analyze data and related flows
  • Knowledge of Banking and Capital market products
  • Experience with Workiva


Job Band:
H5

Shift:
1st shift (United States of America)

Hours Per Week:
40

Weekly Schedule:

Referral Bonus Amount:
2000
--> Job Description:

The Global Liquidity Management ("GLM") team is part of the Corporate Treasury organization. The primary focus is to understand, measure, analyze, monitor, and influence liquidity utilization across the corporation, in order to ensure that Bank of America and its subsidiaries can meet all contractual and contingent financial obligations through typical market cycles as well as periods of stress. Our business partners include Global Funding, Enterprise Capital Management, Finance, Risk, and Lines of Business. The group works with business units to ascribe limits, guidelines and direction to the business in line with corporate objectives and in accordance with risk appetite statements.

The employee will be a member of the Liquidity Transaction Review Program Team within the Global Liquidity Management Governance team. The Liquidity Transaction Review Program is designed to test the accuracy and fit for use of data impacting liquidity reporting. This testing program serves as a detective control in order to identify and reduce reporting errors caused by data received from upstream systems and from data transformations throughout the data supply chain. The Liquidity Transaction Review Program Team is responsible for test planning, design and observation management. Test development and execution is performed by the Enterprise Independent Testing ("EIT") team.

The role will support test scoping, setup, and observation management and will work closely with partners across Global Liquidity Management, Treasury Data Management, EIT and Treasury Technology. This role will be responsible for:
  • Executing test scoping and setup activities including product and data element prioritization and developing sampling criteria
  • Reviewing and providing feedback on test scripts developed by EIT
  • Analyzing test results, including preparing evidence packages, performing root cause analysis and impact assessments
  • Preparing reporting and analytics for senior management across Treasury, Enterprise Data Management, Line of Business Data Providers, Global Compliance and Operational Risk, and Audit.

Required Skills:
  • Strong data analytics and problem solving mindset to support evaluation of test results to determine true data defect observations and communicate effectively with upstream data providers
  • Astute attention to detail to interpret data lineage, manage large volume of test observations, and prepare and evaluate evidence packages
  • Excellent time management skills, including the ability to meet deadlines, and manage multiple priorities without sacrificing quality or timelines
  • Strong analytical and presentation skills
  • Strong communication (written and oral)
  • Self-motivated, self-directed
  • Proficient with Microsoft tools (Excel, Word, PowerPoint)
  • 2+ Years of financial and/or data analytics experience with a financial institution
  • Bachelors degree or equivalent experience

Desired Skills:
  • Regulatory Reporting, Liquidity Management, Accounting, Data Management or similar background/experience
  • SQL, Database knowledge & ability to analyze data and related flows
  • Knowledge of Banking and Capital market products
  • Experience with Workiva


Job Band:
H5

Shift:
1st shift (United States of America)

Hours Per Week:
40

Weekly Schedule:

Referral Bonus Amount:
2000
Job Description:

The Global Liquidity Management ("GLM") team is part of the Corporate Treasury organization. The primary focus is to understand, measure, analyze, monitor, and influence liquidity utilization across the corporation, in order to ensure that Bank of America and its subsidiaries can meet all contractual and contingent financial obligations through typical market cycles as well as periods of stress. Our business partners include Global Funding, Enterprise Capital Management, Finance, Risk, and Lines of Business. The group works with business units to ascribe limits, guidelines and direction to the business in line with corporate objectives and in accordance with risk appetite statements.

The employee will be a member of the Liquidity Transaction Review Program Team within the Global Liquidity Management Governance team. The Liquidity Transaction Review Program is designed to test the accuracy and fit for use of data impacting liquidity reporting. This testing program serves as a detective control in order to identify and reduce reporting errors caused by data received from upstream systems and from data transformations throughout the data supply chain. The Liquidity Transaction Review Program Team is responsible for test planning, design and observation management. Test development and execution is performed by the Enterprise Independent Testing ("EIT") team.

The role will support test scoping, setup, and observation management and will work closely with partners across Global Liquidity Management, Treasury Data Management, EIT and Treasury Technology. This role will be responsible for:
  • Executing test scoping and setup activities including product and data element prioritization and developing sampling criteria
  • Reviewing and providing feedback on test scripts developed by EIT
  • Analyzing test results, including preparing evidence packages, performing root cause analysis and impact assessments
  • Preparing reporting and analytics for senior management across Treasury, Enterprise Data Management, Line of Business Data Providers, Global Compliance and Operational Risk, and Audit.

Required Skills:
  • Strong data analytics and problem solving mindset to support evaluation of test results to determine true data defect observations and communicate effectively with upstream data providers
  • Astute attention to detail to interpret data lineage, manage large volume of test observations, and prepare and evaluate evidence packages
  • Excellent time management skills, including the ability to meet deadlines, and manage multiple priorities without sacrificing quality or timelines
  • Strong analytical and presentation skills
  • Strong communication (written and oral)
  • Self-motivated, self-directed
  • Proficient with Microsoft tools (Excel, Word, PowerPoint)
  • 2+ Years of financial and/or data analytics experience with a financial institution
  • Bachelors degree or equivalent experience

Desired Skills:
  • Regulatory Reporting, Liquidity Management, Accounting, Data Management or similar background/experience
  • SQL, Database knowledge & ability to analyze data and related flows
  • Knowledge of Banking and Capital market products
  • Experience with Workiva


Shift:
1st shift (United States of America)

Hours Per Week:
40
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