Merchant Tech Application Inventory Tool AIT Owner / Delivery Lead

Job Description:

Position Summary

Application Inventory Tool (AIT)  and Governance manager will coordinate delivery, manages risks, ensures compliance to standards, and provides end-to-end visibility into the health of the deliverables.
Specific responsibilities include but not limited to:
• The AIT owner will be responsible for multiple AITs and the governance, audit etc. of those applications.
• Responsible for planning, coordinating, and delivery of defined Application deliverables which usually requires engagement from multiple teams.
• Ensures execution and delivery meets the client’s expectations in terms of the functionality, quality, timeline and cost.
• Coordinates and facilitates routines to support delivery – e.g. kick-offs, status reviews, stakeholder meetings, change controls, tollgates, etc.
• Plans and coordinates delivery and dependencies with across multiple teams.
• Promotes/facilitates communication and collaboration across organizations to support the deliverable completion and timeline.
• Gathers/facilitates status updates for the deliverables to stakeholders and leadership pertaining to delivery, risks/issues, and schedule. Ensures that execution is aligned with deliverable requirements by working with the sponsor/stakeholders.

This person will interact with peers and external auditors to ensure PCI and HIPPA certifications delivery, manages risks, ensures compliance to standards, and provides end-to-end visibility into the health of the deliverables.  Specific responsibilities include but not limited to:
• Maintain broad and deep experience across PCI standards (DSS, PIN, P2PE, Token etc.) with the ability to apply the standards with confidence across different organizational contexts.
• Act as the primary point of contact for auditors and stakeholders with respect to audits, assessments and product compliance.
• Generate/facilitate the data requested by Auditors to ensure timely completion of audits
• Work with stakeholders to plan and ensure re-certifications are scheduled and completed on time.
• Coordinates and facilitates routines to support delivery – e.g. kick-offs, status reviews, stakeholder meetings, change controls, tollgates, etc. Required Skills/ Background

• Previous application management/ownership background - 3 or more years' experience.
• Previous Information Security, Audit, Risk, and/or Compliance – 3 or more years’ experience
• Experience working with Qualified Security Assessors (QSA) to perform and complete audits.
• Demonstrated ability to use multiple governed systems report and record deliverables.
• Knowledge of Payments or Financial Services space.
• Experience with various project management tools.
• Experience delivering large projects with significant impact to multiple lines of business, that may have cross-functional or inter-departmental implications.
• Experience driving multiple projects simultaneously.
• Writing experience must include policies, procedures and guidelines.
• Agile experience strongly desired.
• Merchant services industry experience preferred.
•-CISSP, CISA, CISM, PCI QSA/ISA Certifications preferred.

About this Bank of America Payments Technology team:

Bank of America in April 2021 acquired Axia Technologies, Inc. (“AxiaMed”), an industry-leading, cloud based health care payment and technology company focused on facilitating secure patient payments.

Established in 2015, AxiaMed provides a gateway and terminal software solution, powering many healthcare providers to offer end-to-end, omni-channel patient payment solutions. Its integrated offerings help the financial performance of healthcare providers by expanding the payment options available to patients and streamlining administrative workflows.

Bank of America has been developing its proprietary merchant services solutions over the past year that will better serve the payment needs of clients across all business lines. The platform leverages innovations such as real-time payments and best-in-class digital capabilities to provide essential functions such as merchant acquiring, payments processing and settlement, along with value-added services such as analytics and security solutions.

Job Band:

H5

Shift: 

1st shift (United States of America)

Hours Per Week:

40

Weekly Schedule:

Referral Bonus Amount:

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Job Description:

Position Summary

Application Inventory Tool (AIT)  and Governance manager will coordinate delivery, manages risks, ensures compliance to standards, and provides end-to-end visibility into the health of the deliverables.
Specific responsibilities include but not limited to:
• The AIT owner will be responsible for multiple AITs and the governance, audit etc. of those applications.
• Responsible for planning, coordinating, and delivery of defined Application deliverables which usually requires engagement from multiple teams.
• Ensures execution and delivery meets the client’s expectations in terms of the functionality, quality, timeline and cost.
• Coordinates and facilitates routines to support delivery – e.g. kick-offs, status reviews, stakeholder meetings, change controls, tollgates, etc.
• Plans and coordinates delivery and dependencies with across multiple teams.
• Promotes/facilitates communication and collaboration across organizations to support the deliverable completion and timeline.
• Gathers/facilitates status updates for the deliverables to stakeholders and leadership pertaining to delivery, risks/issues, and schedule. Ensures that execution is aligned with deliverable requirements by working with the sponsor/stakeholders.

This person will interact with peers and external auditors to ensure PCI and HIPPA certifications delivery, manages risks, ensures compliance to standards, and provides end-to-end visibility into the health of the deliverables.  Specific responsibilities include but not limited to:
• Maintain broad and deep experience across PCI standards (DSS, PIN, P2PE, Token etc.) with the ability to apply the standards with confidence across different organizational contexts.
• Act as the primary point of contact for auditors and stakeholders with respect to audits, assessments and product compliance.
• Generate/facilitate the data requested by Auditors to ensure timely completion of audits
• Work with stakeholders to plan and ensure re-certifications are scheduled and completed on time.
• Coordinates and facilitates routines to support delivery – e.g. kick-offs, status reviews, stakeholder meetings, change controls, tollgates, etc. Required Skills/ Background

• Previous application management/ownership background - 3 or more years' experience.
• Previous Information Security, Audit, Risk, and/or Compliance – 3 or more years’ experience
• Experience working with Qualified Security Assessors (QSA) to perform and complete audits.
• Demonstrated ability to use multiple governed systems report and record deliverables.
• Knowledge of Payments or Financial Services space.
• Experience with various project management tools.
• Experience delivering large projects with significant impact to multiple lines of business, that may have cross-functional or inter-departmental implications.
• Experience driving multiple projects simultaneously.
• Writing experience must include policies, procedures and guidelines.
• Agile experience strongly desired.
• Merchant services industry experience preferred.
•-CISSP, CISA, CISM, PCI QSA/ISA Certifications preferred.

About this Bank of America Payments Technology team:

Bank of America in April 2021 acquired Axia Technologies, Inc. (“AxiaMed”), an industry-leading, cloud based health care payment and technology company focused on facilitating secure patient payments.

Established in 2015, AxiaMed provides a gateway and terminal software solution, powering many healthcare providers to offer end-to-end, omni-channel patient payment solutions. Its integrated offerings help the financial performance of healthcare providers by expanding the payment options available to patients and streamlining administrative workflows.

Bank of America has been developing its proprietary merchant services solutions over the past year that will better serve the payment needs of clients across all business lines. The platform leverages innovations such as real-time payments and best-in-class digital capabilities to provide essential functions such as merchant acquiring, payments processing and settlement, along with value-added services such as analytics and security solutions.

Job Band:

H5

Shift: 

1st shift (United States of America)

Hours Per Week:

40

Weekly Schedule:

Referral Bonus Amount:

0

Job Description: Position Summary

Application Inventory Tool (AIT)  and Governance manager will coordinate delivery, manages risks, ensures compliance to standards, and provides end-to-end visibility into the health of the deliverables.
Specific responsibilities include but not limited to:
• The AIT owner will be responsible for multiple AITs and the governance, audit etc. of those applications.
• Responsible for planning, coordinating, and delivery of defined Application deliverables which usually requires engagement from multiple teams.
• Ensures execution and delivery meets the client’s expectations in terms of the functionality, quality, timeline and cost.
• Coordinates and facilitates routines to support delivery – e.g. kick-offs, status reviews, stakeholder meetings, change controls, tollgates, etc.
• Plans and coordinates delivery and dependencies with across multiple teams.
• Promotes/facilitates communication and collaboration across organizations to support the deliverable completion and timeline.
• Gathers/facilitates status updates for the deliverables to stakeholders and leadership pertaining to delivery, risks/issues, and schedule. Ensures that execution is aligned with deliverable requirements by working with the sponsor/stakeholders.

This person will interact with peers and external auditors to ensure PCI and HIPPA certifications delivery, manages risks, ensures compliance to standards, and provides end-to-end visibility into the health of the deliverables.  Specific responsibilities include but not limited to:
• Maintain broad and deep experience across PCI standards (DSS, PIN, P2PE, Token etc.) with the ability to apply the standards with confidence across different organizational contexts.
• Act as the primary point of contact for auditors and stakeholders with respect to audits, assessments and product compliance.
• Generate/facilitate the data requested by Auditors to ensure timely completion of audits
• Work with stakeholders to plan and ensure re-certifications are scheduled and completed on time.
• Coordinates and facilitates routines to support delivery – e.g. kick-offs, status reviews, stakeholder meetings, change controls, tollgates, etc. Required Skills/ Background

• Previous application management/ownership background - 3 or more years' experience.
• Previous Information Security, Audit, Risk, and/or Compliance – 3 or more years’ experience
• Experience working with Qualified Security Assessors (QSA) to perform and complete audits.
• Demonstrated ability to use multiple governed systems report and record deliverables.
• Knowledge of Payments or Financial Services space.
• Experience with various project management tools.
• Experience delivering large projects with significant impact to multiple lines of business, that may have cross-functional or inter-departmental implications.
• Experience driving multiple projects simultaneously.
• Writing experience must include policies, procedures and guidelines.
• Agile experience strongly desired.
• Merchant services industry experience preferred.
•-CISSP, CISA, CISM, PCI QSA/ISA Certifications preferred.

About this Bank of America Payments Technology team:

Bank of America in April 2021 acquired Axia Technologies, Inc. (“AxiaMed”), an industry-leading, cloud based health care payment and technology company focused on facilitating secure patient payments.

Established in 2015, AxiaMed provides a gateway and terminal software solution, powering many healthcare providers to offer end-to-end, omni-channel patient payment solutions. Its integrated offerings help the financial performance of healthcare providers by expanding the payment options available to patients and streamlining administrative workflows.

Bank of America has been developing its proprietary merchant services solutions over the past year that will better serve the payment needs of clients across all business lines. The platform leverages innovations such as real-time payments and best-in-class digital capabilities to provide essential functions such as merchant acquiring, payments processing and settlement, along with value-added services such as analytics and security solutions. Shift:

1st shift (United States of America)

Hours Per Week: 

40
Company
Bank of America
Posted
09/11/2021
Type
Full time
Location
Pennington, NJ 08534, US