Newton Investment Management Limited is an active investment management firm, using thematic ideas about the long-term investment landscape to create and manage strategies that help secure clients' futures. Newton thinks on a global basis, with its single London-based investment team working collaboratively across asset classes and regions. The firm builds bold solutions, designed to meet the real-world challenges clients face, and the team manage them responsibly in the broadest sense - through embedding environmental, social and governance considerations, and engaging on issues that affect their clients. Those clients are based around the world, and include pension funds, corporations and charities and, via Newton's parent company BNY Mellon, individuals.
With offices in London and New York, Newton has £49.8bn assets under management (as at 31 March 2018), including assets managed by Newton Investment Management Limited as dual officers of Newton Investment Management (North America) Limited and The Bank of New York Mellon. News and other information about Newton is available at www.newtonim.com and via Twitter: @NewtonIM.
Reporting to the Senior Information Risk officer, the IRO is has the following responsibilities:
Construction of Information Risk Dashboards feeding into key Newton Committees. Be responsible for all content and accuracy of reporting coordinating the collection of data across Newton and BNY Mellon as appropriate. Have a clear understanding and be able to support all reported information. Continually question the value of included information and look to incorporate complementary statistics as appropriate.
Manage the resolution of system vulnerabilities coordinating across technology and reporting against declared SLAs on dashboards. Work with technology SMEs to determine the impact of resolution and need for testing (UAT, Regression). Work with BNY Mellon to understand and prioritise genuine risk.
Perform analysis to identify Newton Ethical Hack issues. Work with development teams to track, justify, remediate and report. Liaise across groups and business areas.
Manage Newton Policy Exceptions. The IRO is required to approve all exceptions before they are created requiring a detailed understanding. During the Global Exception Governance Review monthly session, the IRO is required to justify the exception, discussing why it is required and for how long. The IRO will require a detailed knowledge both functionally and technically before attending the meeting.
Access Controls Attestations. Responsible for reviewing access to Newton systems, coordinating amendments with the business owners, effecting change and presenting to the central BNY Mellon attestation team in line with their published timescales. With regard to distributed attestations performed by Newton staff, monitor progress against the target date and provide assistance as needed.
Ownership of BNY Mellon System Repository (IDIP). Responsible for data classifications, application priority list (and factors defining it as such), recovery time objectives and other information risk factors. Coordinate the refinement of all information across technology SMEs.
Coordination of Newton Suppliers and Information Risk Considerations. Including on boarding, creation of risk profile, initial information risk assessments, support of Newton Relationship Managers, coordination of actions, reporting of statistics, becoming the System SME offering assistance, and guidance to Newton staff as appropriate.
Construction of Level 1 Information Risk Policies where the BNY Mellon policies are inadequate for Newton.
Management of the Information Risk Jira Project adding to, and refining the work in progress and managing pipeline.
Ad-hoc projects as required such as the organisation of unstructured Newton data from and Information Risk perspective, coordination and management of Newton UDTs and refinement of folder permissions for critical business files.
Qualifications tbc Job specific competencies:
Adaptability - especially towards new technologies, skills transfer and a flexible attitude towards work activities. Although the core skill required for this role is the ability to support Front & Back Office systems and related technologies, a willingness and ability to support other applications and related technologies are essential in this role
Strong communication skills - the ability to express ideas concisely, effectively and clearly to both business and technology audiences - both verbally and in writing - is an important facet of the job.
Customer Orientation - an ability to clearly understand user and client needs as well as meet and exceed their expectations
Continuous improvement - a demonstrated commitment to previous and continuous learning
Excellent technical aptitude and literacy
A strong team player - working effectively as part of a team including a keenness to help team members
Initiative - self motivation, a pro-active approach when dealing with problems, and capable of working under minimum supervision
Planning and Organisation - able to manage and prioritise workload effectively to meet commitments, allied to a focus on process and procedure
Delivery focus - the ability to work under pressure and to tight deadlines to achieve results is a key component of this role
Problem solving - the ability to demonstrate a logical, rational and methodical approach to resolving problems and issues
Personal Accountability - the ability to demonstrate personal responsibility for events, outcomes and commitments
Tenacity - perseverance in the face of obstacles and setbacks
Deep interest in technology risk - demonstrated by historic assignments or experiences + good working knowledge of cyber risk
Very high attention to detail - committed to work and quality
Highly Analytical and Critical thinking - consider all the information available rather than robotic reporting.
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