Current Openings

Role Description


CastleHill Managed Risk Solutions analysts provide client support in the implementation and development of industry leading GRC systems for companies in highly regulated industries. We operate as partners in the truest sense, working daily as an extension of the client team in defining and delivering systems that meet or exceed expectations. Below are some of the key areas of focus for a GRC Business Analyst:

• Facilitating detailed process decomposition discussions
• Acting as a liaison between the business and technical teams responsible for the delivery of functional systems
• Managing the SDLC using an Agile methodology (Scrum)
• Managing and participating in remote scrum meetings
• Soliciting and documenting business requirements in the form of user stories
• Documenting requirements and managing the backlog of user stories in each release
• Developing test plans and scripts for QC and UAT
• Participating in hands-on testing when required

Qualifications


Below are the types of qualifications we consider important for success.

Candidates are not required to meet all qualifications for consideration:

• Experience working in an Agile environment
• Clear understanding of the SDLC
• Superior ability to solicit and develop business requirements
• Strong organizational skills
• Excellent stamina (projects move rapidly)
• Experience in the Banking, Financial Services or Healthcare industry
• Understanding of risk and compliance in a regulated industry and the relationships between regulations, policies, procedures, and controls
• Experience with industry standard GRC tools (for example, RSA Archer, MetricStream, Process Unity) in either a super user or developer role
• Ability to work 90% remotely (work from home) with 10% domestic travel
• Flexibility to work across time zones
• Four-year degree from an accredited college or university

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CastleHill Compliance Assessment Managers are responsible for assisting client Risk Managers and Compliance Officers by managing the compliance assessment process and functioning as an external (interim) BSA OFAC Officer when required. This position is responsible for working with CastleHill clients as well as the CastleHill BSA/OFAC Center of Excellence to develop, implement, review and update our standardized BSA- OFAC Compliance Assessment programs.

Principal Responsibilities:

  • Develop, implement and update BSA, OFAC and compliance policies, procedures, risk assessments and forms ensuring clients maintain effective, ongoing compliance.
  • Ongoing evaluation of BSA, AML, OFAC, KYC systems and processes; interpretation of new and revised laws and regulations.
  • Evaluate Anti-Money Laundering (AML) processes ensuring effective controls for detecting potential structuring, money laundering drug trafficking, terrorism, or operational risk to client organizations; evaluate the preparation and filing of Suspicious Activity Reports and Currency Transaction Reports as necessary.
  • Prepare periodic reports to Senior Management and/or the Board.
  • Monitor compliance (via interim and full assessment cycles) with BSA compliance provisions, inclusive but not limited to Section 314a; 314b, 311 and 326 of the USA PATRIOT Act.
  • Assist in the development and maintenance of appropriate training curriculum targeted to Compliance Risk, BSA and OFAC for both CastleHill COE staff and client organizations.
  • Client functions may also include assisting or conducting reviews of high risk merchants and other third parties
  • Other CastleHill special projects as may be assigned from time to time

Background and Experience:

  • Knowledge of Currency and Foreign Transactions Reporting Act of 1970 Governance, Risk and Compliance functions
  • Working knowledge of banking operations, including branch, deposit and loan operations
  • Ability to work independently with minimal supervision and in team-oriented environments
  • Very strong communications and interpersonal skills with the ability to interact at all levels of a client organization
  • Ensure that all activities are performed in compliance with federal, state and Bank Secrecy Act regulatory requirements
  • Microsoft Office skills

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CastleHill is currently seeking a senior level RSA Archer Developer/Architect/Technical Consultant to work with our established teams on large scale implementations of RSA Archer Solutions

Principal Responsibilities:

  • Strong RSA Archer functional experience.
  • Solid understanding of Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC)
  • Working knowledge of RSA Archer architecture and ability to design applications for performance and stability
  • Ability to advise on best use of the Archer tool
  • Ability to work with business/technical partners to determine and translate business requirements into technology/functional solutions
  • Responsible for all aspects of Archer solutions development including screen design, data fields, calculations, workflows, etc.
  • Responsible for the high and low level design of solutions
  • Archer Certified on Version 5.x
  • Experience with multiple RSA Archer implementations
  • Must have hands-on working experience on ARCHER 5.x. Demonstrated knowledge of Questionnaires, complex Calculated Fields, custom Work Flows, Custom Objects
  • Experience with Data Feed Manager, Data Publication Services, Archer WebAPI highly desired
  • Ability to work independently with minimal direction
  • Must have good oral and written communication skills and be able to communicate clearly with users
  • May be asked to lead a small team of developers
  • Solid troubleshooting skills
  • Programming skills (.Net/SQL Server/Web Services) desired

  • This is an excellent opportunity to work with solid professionals. We offer very competitive compensation and benefits, as well as strong work life balance. This is a 99% remote role. Limited travel may be required from time to time.

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