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Senior Manager 2 - Records Management

Company Name:
GE
1946571
Business GE Capital
Business Segment Capital - Treasury
About Us GE Treasury team is responsible for global funding, cash & foreign exchange management, and
other treasury services for all of GE''s worldwide operations. Almost all of GE''s debt is issued through GE Capital to support its financial services businesses. We fund ourselves through the issuance of long term debt, commercial paper, CDs & bank deposits, and other debt products as well.
Posted Position Title Senior Manager 2 - Records Management
Career Level Experienced
Function Risk Management
Function Segment Regulatory and Operational Risk
Location(s) Where Opening Is Available United States
U.S. State, China or Canada Provinces Connecticut
City Stamford
Postal Code 06905-3417
Relocation Expenses No
Role Summary/Purpose GE offers a great work environment and challenging careers. GE is anEqual Opportunity Employerfor all, including minorities, women, protected veterans and disabled. Lead the implementation and execution of the GECC Records & Information Management (RIM) Program within Treasury to enable effective and defensible management of records and information. Manage & coordinate ongoing RIM program to ensure compliance with GECC RIM Policy and Procedures
Essential Responsibilities
Develop and execute a program plan to meet requirements as outlined in the GECC RIM Policy and Procedures
Establish standard processes in compliance with GECC RIM Policy and Procedures
Communicate business/functional owner roles and responsibilities as relates to RIM program and coordinate with assigned functional RIM resources to manage Treasury RIM program
Work with assigned functional RIM resources and third party service providers to meet objectives of the program
Develop RIM communication and training plans
Conduct gap assessments and prepare RIM risk profile (RCSA, BEA, etc.)
Create mitigation plans for identified gaps and on-going monitoring and testing plans
Drive digitization, process improvement and simplification efforts
Deliver key metrics and establish performance measurements
Identify legal & regulatory compliance requirements (globally)
Periodically report progress to management at Treasury and GECC HQ
Qualifications/Requirements
5+ years of experience in Records & Information Management, Information Governance, Data Governance /Privacy or Information Technology
Experience working at the enterprise level of an organization
Excellent project management skills
Financial services acumen
IT acumen
Eligibility requirements
Must submit your application for employment through to be considered (Internals via COS)
Must be able to satisfy the requirements of Section 19 of the Federal Deposit Insurance Act.
Must be 18 years or older
Must be willing to comply with pre-employment screening, including but not limited to drug testing, reference verification, and background check.
Legal authorization to work in the U.S. is required. We will not sponsor individuals for employment visas, now or in the future, for this job opening.
Must be willing to work out of an office in Stamford, CT
Must be willing to travel up to 10%, if applicable.
Must be 18 years or older
Additional Eligibility Qualifications GE will only employ those who are legally authorized to work in the United States for this opening. Any offer of employment is conditioned upon the successful completion of a background investigation and drug screen.
Desired Characteristics
Degree in Information Sciences, Computer Science, Law, Business or relevant industry certifications (i.e. ARMA)
Experience in creating and maintaining information lifecycle management processes, records retention schedules, file plans and taxonomies in a global environment
Experience with document & records management systems
Experience managing relationship with off-site vendors
Good communication & presentation skills
Negotiation skills
Relationship building skills
Critical thinking
Cultural sensitivity
Section 19 Job YOU MUST BE ABLE TO SATISFY THE REQUIREMENTS OF SECTION 19 OF THE FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE ACT.

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