Published date: November 21, 2020 6:31 am
Location: New York, United States
This role resides within the JPMorgan Chase Global Security (GS) Investigations group's Global Real Estate (GRE) Monitoring team, a specialized function that performs investigations, risk monitoring, risk management, forensic cost reviews and controls assessments of GRE programs including the New World Headquarters at 270 Park Avenue, New York and other higher risk GRE programs including the North America Data Center Strategy projects and APAC Long Term Strategy projects.
This position is responsible for performing risk and controls assessments, project monitoring and investigations for higher risk GRE programs to prevent, identify and mitigate program regulatory, financial, corruption, business integrity and reputational risks.
Partner with GRE Monitoring team members to develop and implement steady-state monitoring programs for higher risk GRE projects to identify emerging risks such as fraudulent activities and other misconduct, regulatory non-compliance and overbilling
Collaborate with GRE Monitoring team members to manage third party consultants engaged to provide risk management, project monitoring, forensic cost reviews, investigations, vendor due diligence and regulatory compliance services for the higher risk GRE programs.
Responsible for carrying out monitoring assessments of project activities in order to verify compliance with firm policy as well as legal, regulatory and contractual requirements and identify risk/process gaps
Analyze project risks and proactively identify process gaps including the root-cause of issues with a view to providing process improvement recommendations
Maintain project monitoring reporting and tracking processes to ensure that observations, issues, key risks and control gaps are properly identified, evaluated, reported and escalated
Plan, execute and document assessments under supervision and to a high standard in accordance with firm and professional standards
Develop partnerships and positive working relationships with GS and GRE partners, other firm partners (controls, compliance, sourcing, finance, legal and audit) and project teams to maintain an open environment for collaboration, risk identification and remediation
Actively participate in internal and external project governance meetings as representative of the monitoring function
Minimum of 5 years of relevant experience with risk management, forensic audit, investigations, law enforcement, regulatory, legal, compliance, finance, and/or business process improvement
Prior experience in real estate/construction industry preferred
Prior experience with construction contracting, invoicing and change management processes preferred
MBA (or similar Masters) preferred
CFE (Certified Fraud Examiner) designation preferred
Demonstrated ability to drive improvements related to risk and compliance monitoring and testing processes
Self-starter with the ability to meet or exceed deadlines, prioritize, multi-task, and maintain flexibility in fast-paced, changing environment
High level of professionalism, self-motivation, and sense of urgency
Excellent written, verbal and presentation skills including the ability to effectively communicate information to all levels of staff and management
Solid organizational, project management, and multi-tasking skills.