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Consultant, Relationship and Incident Management

CIBC

This is a Contract position in Montréal, QC posted September 6, 2017.

Description CIBC is a leading Canadian-based global financial institution. Through our three major businesses – Retail and Business Banking, Wealth Management and Capital Markets – we provide a full range of financial products and services to 11 million individual, small business, commercial, corporate and institutional clients in Canada and around the world. We invest in our businesses, our clients, our people and our communities to deliver consistent and sustainable earnings to our shareholders. To learn more about CIBC’s Lines of Business, please visit our website. CIBC delivers access to career and development opportunities, safe and healthy workplaces, effective training, and positive work-life balance – so that employees are able to perform at their best, contribute to their communities and focus on cultivating deeper relationships with our clients. Every year, CIBC is recognized for its business success, community commitment and employee initiatives. We are proud of this success and are committed to creating an inclusive workplace and an environment where all employees can excel. To learn more about CIBC and the CIBC Group of Companies please visit CIBC.com. Job Overview As part of the CIBC Retail Operations & INTRIA Relationship Management team, the Consultant is accountable for providing overall support for a client/group of clients within a designated region. In addition, the Consultant will also provide support, when required to cover vacations or peak volume times to the Incident Management team for that specific region. The incumbent will be responsible for supporting all client activities including change, projects, administrative (i.e. billing, risk, procedures) production support, issue resolution etc. The Consultant is accountable for providing in-depth advice/consultation typically of an operational or tactical nature, to management and designated clients, within an area of specialization. The incumbent will assist in the resolution of routine and non-routine operational problems or issues by investigating, analyzing and providing an informed and independent opinion or recommendation on compliance issues, changes to policies, adequacy of operational controls, risk assessment, and control activities. Incumbent may modify very general procedures, processes and approaches to suit non-routine situations. What You’ll be Doing Provide in-depth operational and tactical advice and guidance to management and client groups, within an area of specialization, in dealing with issues of a transactional nature: Determine client priorities and objectives through consultation Ensure clients are well-informed of the specialist area’s mandate and nature, including relevant policies and legislation Promote and market the concepts, products and services of the specialist area Convince client groups to consider and adopt new approaches, products or services Interpret, provide advice on, and promote compliance with CIBC policies, procedures, standards as well as external regulatory and legislative requirements, in routine and non-routine situations Provide technical support/information to clients Evaluate the impact of introducing new methods or products into the client’s operations. Identify and assess risks and opportunities for enhancing the performance of programs or policies, and make appropriate recommendations Provide advice to clients in formulating effective implementation approaches for the business area Champion CIBC values and provide support in a manner consistent with the highest quality standards and CIBC objectives May act as a resource for the functional area or as an informal regional leader and liaise with line management, clients, and regularly with external contacts: Act as a "lead practitioner" in handling non-routine or extremely sensitive issues, problems or requests Provide "informal" leadership, coaching, etc. on routine and non-routine issues for more junior consultants within the specialist area Perform administrative and coordinative duties of a managerial nature on behalf of the function, including assisting in the preparation of budgets and plans Coordinate the preparation, production and distribution of reports Identify opportunities for increasing the efficiency of own department’s operations Research and analyze specialized information and recommend solutions to issues and problems that arise during the ongoing operation of business: Develop and recommend client specific solutions to routine and non-routine operational problems Monitor audits requested by clients to ensure that objectives and regulatory requirements are met or exceeded Develop and maintain productive relationships with designated clients, peers and others: Maintain regular contact to determine client needs and provide appropriate support Liaise with external service suppliers and regulators to resolve problems/inquiries Act as a resource to other CIBC areas in reviewing the application of new or revised processes and procedures, and compliance with external regulations: Lead projects of a moderate level of complexity to enhance and upgrade new and existing programs, products or services by researching relevant data and developing proposals and recommendations Participate in other’s projects to represent the area of specialization and provide input into the development and implementation of policy and program initiatives Maintain "currency" in professional and specialized knowledge sufficient to provide value added consulting to clients on an ongoing basis, including the maintenance of: Relevant subject/functional area, industry and organizational knowledge (e.g. relevant practices, principles and technologies) Provide support to the Relationship Manager and/or group of clients: Support the relationship management process for Retail Operations & INTRIA including working group and Joint Management Committee. Ensure all meetings are professionally managed and updates are provided to the stakeholders. Ensure that related issues, organizational risks and opportunities are identified and raised for consideration in the formulation and revision of policy and strategy. Integrate with several levels within the client portfolio structure to ensure their expectations are being managed, measured and delivered. Consistently monitor stakeholders at the client to ensure they are receiving competitive services and will continue to support and reference our services. Build and execute resolutions and action plans for those situations less than ideal. Create, manage and be accountable for a robust client account management plan in accordance with the client relationship management methodology Identify key growth opportunities within the client that can drive new service offering opportunities for Retail Operations & INTRIA. Builds awareness of Retail Operations & INTRIA’s capabilities and service success enhancing the brand throughout the client. Ensure change requests are being executed upon to meet the business objectives Deliver on the annual objectives set forth by management Support the Incident Management team during peer absences and/or peak volume times: Become escalation point for the Centres, Technology or Clients Ensure appropriate groups have been alerted, determine appropriate level of escalation and initiate Incident Response process Liaise with Technology, Operations, Clients or Vendor Management as required Complete Escalation/Incident Reports as required Prepare post-mortems as required What We’re Looking For University degree or post-secondary diploma in Business, Engineering or Finance or equivalent practical work experience Prior experience in operations and/or Process Engineering training (e.g. Six Sigma or Lean manufacturing concept) Proficiency in Excel, Word, PowerPoint and Visio for documentation, modeling and analysis purposes Proficient problem-solving, conceptualization, interpersonal, negotiation and mediation skills. Ability to effectively manage multiple activities of varying complexity while under time constraints Excellent presentation and communication skills, both written and verbal Compliance with all CIBC regulatory training and ensure these programs and policies are applied consistently across the business. The incumbent is personally responsible for compliance with all such regulatory and governance programs Must be fully bilingual in English and French What CIBC Can Offer You Flexible health benefits, stock purchase options, competitive incentive pay and recognition programs Competitive salary and banking benefits Career growth, development and continuous learning opportunities Opportunity to be involved in CIBC events that help our communities Click to learn more about Rewards & Recognition, Learning & Development, and Employee Community Involvement What You Should Know Must be legally eligible to work in Canada at the location(s) specified above and, where applicable, must have a valid work permit or study permit that allows the candidate to fulfill the requirements of the role.