Records Management Analyst (HOT) BA103018

Location: New York, NY
Date Posted: 10-30-2018
Job Title: Records Management Analyst
Duration: 11months
Location: New York, NY

 Project Objectives / Estimated costs & benefits/return on investment (qualitative/quantitative):
    • Improve current records management processes by ensuring all records that are required to be produced and maintained are properly managed throughout their life cycle.
  2. SCOPE
    • Entities: Broker/Dealer, FCM, Bank Branch
    • Records: Electronic and Physical
    • US Regulators: SEC, FINRA, CFTC, FRB (as priority)
    • US Self-Regulatory Organizations: FINRA, NFA, CME (as priority)
    • Validated Records Inventory
    • Records Management Operating Model
    • Technology To Support Operating Model
    • Compliance with US regulators for BD, FCM, and Bank Branch
Services to be provided and tasks to be completed:
  • Experienced Records Analyst to facilitate the completion of the Records and Information Management (RIM) application assessments and, subsequently, gather business/functional requirements for ingestion of records into a centrally managed repository 
Description of the skills/knowledge/expertise required :
  • Understanding of electronic records management and the records analysis process as it pertains to record producing and record keeping applications
  • Understanding of records management principles and best practices
  • Excellent communication and presentation skills
  • Organized, detailed and able to manage work to meet tight deadlines
  • Proficient with Word, Excel, PowerPoint
  • Knowledge of SharePoint is a plus
Environment History of Project:
  • Based on recommendations in December 2016, gaps found in Records Management processes required remediation
  • Kicked off October 2017 for a Phase I and Phase II engagement
  • Decision made mid-February 2018 to continue with Phase II with contractors
  • An Assessment of all the Firm’s critical applications – for records identification and retention - are in flight and will be required into 2019.
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