PayPal Seller Risk Policy Testing Lead in CHANDLER, Arizona
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Seller Risk Policy Testing Lead:
PayPal’s Global Seller Risk First Line of Defense team is seeking a Global Seller Risk Policy Testing Lead to design and implement monitoring for Global Seller Risk processes. The Policy Testing Lead will work with the Seller Risk Policy Testing Manager, the Seller Risk Strategy and Operations teams, as well as other internal stakeholders to establish, design, and execute monitoring and testing of critical Seller Risk processes and associated controls.
Execute Control testing reviews with limited supervision including assessing key risks and evaluating associated control design and effectiveness. Participate in related meetings and complete all required documentation that supports the work performed in accordance with methodology requirements. Attention to detail and quality are key requirements.
Communicate test results in an effective manner with Seller Risk Strategy, Seller Risk Operations, Seller Risk Governance, Risk and Compliance Officers, Financial Risk Oversight, both verbally and through written Testing reports. Draft issues, reports and prepare planning memos, process narratives, flow charts, lead sheets and Sample Rationale documents as well as other test related material that requires minimal editing.
Recommend ratings for both issues/test findings and reports based on the work performed considering the risk presented to the entity and overall, to the institution.
Build effective relationships with colleagues to enable partnership and collaboration for control related matters.
Identify the root cause for the identified gaps, regulation policy and/or internal control deficiencies. Be able to present suggestions for process improvements, associated corrective action as well as evaluating the timeliness and proposed remedial actions by management.
Manage review hours to deliver work on time and in accordance with the agreed upon budget. Recommend opportunities to update the test plan based on observations during execution of test work.
Identify opportunities to enhance operational efficiency and effectiveness both for processes being reviewed and Process Monitoring or Testing Methodology.
Participate in governance-related special projects or ad-hoc Seller Risk-related assignments on an as-needed basis.
3+ years of relevant progressive testing and or auditing experience with a focus on identifying gaps/risks and evaluating control design and effectiveness.
Solid foundational knowledge of planning and executing tests focused on control design and effectiveness.
Ability to work with large volumes of data; extract and manipulate large datasets using standard tools such as SQL and SAS.
Solid working knowledge of Microsoft Office specifically Excel, Word and PowerPoint.
Understanding of Seller Risk (Commercial) business processes, including the applicability risk controls and regulatory requirement by country/region.
Proactive approach to enhancing payment processing industry and related product knowledge to ensure compliance test efficiency and effectiveness.
Ability to assume ownership of assigned tasks and deliver a quality product within the agreed framework including the hours allocated.
Able to demonstrate through experience how a proactive approach or initiative has been taken to meet an agreed timeline or job requirement.
Ownership for accurate documentation reflective of the work performed and supportive of the conclusions reached.
Effective time management with the ability to coordinate and prioritize multiple and competing priorities.
Strong verbal and written communication skills with the ability to clearly articulate questions, provide management with relevant information and respond to any questions they may have. Demonstration of knowledge courage; able to take a position and influence management.
Ability to establish effective working relationships with colleagues and peers. Ability to demonstrate collaboration and partnership and actively promote teamwork.
Ability to consistently meet deadlines and work additional hours where required.
Ability to maintain confidentiality in all aspects of job.
Our world-class culture is something we’re proud of. We’re committed to creating a thriving and inclusive workplace with great benefits including:
Excellent medical and dental benefits
Savings plans with company match / Employee Stock Purchase Plan
Generous time off policies
Ongoing training, tuition reimbursement and support to help you realize your full career potential
Community fundraising and volunteer opportunities
PayPal’s sabbatical program provides four weeks of paid time off after every five years of service.
Active social groups
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