SRCO Business Architecture Council -Vice President
Location: New York, New York
Type: Full Time
Internal Number: 20439268
Job Title SRCO Business Architecture Council
Corporate Title Vice President
Location New York, NY
This role sits within the Strategic Remediation Control Office, which leads the Transformation and Remediation at Deutsche Bank. The Office leads US oversight of programs which contribute to the uplift of the Firm's capabilities across multiple lines of defense working in partnership with global Businesses, Risk, Compliance, Technology and Audit. The team ensures alignment of the portfolio of projects remains within groupwide strategic priorities and are successfully implemented to achieve the intended benefit and outcomes. This Business Architect role is critical for driving forward the Bank's Target Operating Model through organized and strategic process planning; Insights will create synergies across the Bank's various capabilities to promote informed and complete design decisions at an executive level. Joining this team will give you the opportunity to be at the heart of the Bank's transformation, driving improvements front to back, building relationships with key stakeholders, delivering tangible value, and not only meeting regulatory expectations but also positioning the Firm for ongoing success.
What We Offer You
A diverse and inclusive environment that embraces change, innovation, and collaboration
A hybrid working model, allowing for in-office / work from home flexibility, generous vacation, personal and volunteer days
Employee Resource Groups support an inclusive workplace for everyone and promote community engagement
Competitive compensation packages including health and wellbeing benefits, retirement savings plans, parental leave, and family building benefits
Educational resources, matching gift, and volunteer programs
What You'll Do
Run end-to-end governance for monthly Non-Financial Risk Design Council through executive reporting to enable decision-making at an executive level and orchestrate development of the Target Operating Model across Non-Financial Risk Type
Work in partnership with executives on agenda setting and hold accountability for production of content and actions
Ensure the documentation and tracking of Design Council actions and decisions
Responsible for active stakeholder engagement by ensuring a close collaboration with key stakeholders across regional offices in the US, UK, and Germany. Work closely with program managers and senior leaders in the Non-Financial Risk space
How You'll Lead
Mentoring and coaching junior members of the team
Positively influencing diverse stakeholders without direct authority
Managing upward communications to effectively escalate and inform decision-making
Skills You'll Need
Bachelor's degree or above, preferably with a focus on economics, business, or engineering
Extensive working experience in the financial services industry and a clear understanding of Finance's key processes and systems
Strong project management skills and highly experienced in Excel, PowerPoint or reporting tools, e.g., Tableau or Business Objects. PMP or Prince2 certification is preferred but not required
Executive presentation skills and the ability to distill complex topics in a straightforward manner
Understanding of Business Architecture with a focus on impacts of future state design decisions for the Bank's Target Operating Model process, workforce, and controls
Skills That Will Help You Excel
Ability to effectively communicate with senior leaders across the Bank
Ability to synthesize various updates from stakeholders into meaningful presentations, specifically related to Non-Financial Risk design decisions
Advanced skills in elective stakeholder management along with advanced problem-solving skills and the ability to discuss and face different points of view or disagreements in a constructive manner
Ability to problem-solve quickly, escalate issues early, and propose solutions
It is the Bank's expectation that employees hired into this role will work in the New York, NY office in accordance with the Bank's hybrid working model.
Deutsche Bank provides reasonable accommodations to candidates and employees with a substantiated need based on disability and/or religion.
The salary range for this position in New York City is $120,000 to $185,000. Actual salaries may be based on a number of factors including, but not limited to, a candidate's skill set, experience, education, work location and other qualifications. Posted salary ranges do not include incentive compensation or any other type of remuneration.
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