This position is for a Technology Risk Associate within the Morgan Stanley Wealth Management Global Banking Technology (GBT) organization, focusing on support for Morgan Stanley's two U.S. Banks: Morgan Stanley Bank, N.A. (MSBNA) and Morgan Stanley Private Bank, National Association (MSPBNA). These banks are independent national banks and wholly-owned subsidiaries of Morgan Stanley. Through their national bank charters and ability to attract stable insured deposits, the Banks represent valuable franchise-enhancing strategic assets to the Firm.
The Technology Risk Associate will assist with the identification, tracking, reporting, and oversight of remediation activities for technology risks that impact the Banks, as well as participate in the evolution and execution of the technology risk program.
JOB FUNCTIONS/DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Gathers and reviews technology risk metrics in order to assess risk and their relative impact to the Bank
Tracks technology risk remediation activities Assists with the processing of technology risk acceptances for Bank specific risks
Participates in the annual technology Risk and Control Self-Assessment control effectiveness and residual risk rating activities
Prepares technology risk reporting for governance forums, including: monthly Risk Working Group and Technology and Security Risk Management Committees, and quarterly Technology Steering Committees, Management Committees, and Board presentations
Manages processes related to the technology application inventory for each Bank
Assists with updates to technology risk related policies and procedures. *LI-DC1
Bachelor's degree in Business, Economics, Finance or Information Technology
Three to five years of experience in a similar role
Previous experience in financial or banking services
High level of attention to detail and focus on precision
Excellent oral and written communication skills and ability to communicate to senior level management
Strong managerial skills relating to project management and policy and procedure formation
Solid interpersonal skills, with an ability to navigate complex organizations and build and maintain relationships
Proficient in Microsoft Office
Strong foundational knowledge of SDLC, technology operations, information security, and technology governance practices
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