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CCAR Documentation Specialist/Technical Writer

Company Name:
The Computer Merchant, Ltd.
Reference # : 14-04023 Title : CCAR Documentation Specialist/Technical Writer
Category: Information Technology
Location : Smithfield, RI
Position Type : Contract
Experience Level : 5 Years Start Date / End Date : 07/21/2014 / 01/20/2015
Description
CCAR Documentation Specialist/Technical Writer
Smithfield, RI
6 Month Contract
3388615
Job Description:
Responsibilities
The CCAR Documentation Specialist is responsible for the design of comprehensive documentation of the various processes and procedures executed in the CCAR and DFAST deliverables. The process and procedure documentation should include full governance and be executed in alignment with the Supervisory Expectations for a Capital Adequacy Process. The primary role is to:
Interview Business Analysts
Document process flows
Write desktop procedures
Write methodology framework documents.
Specific responsibilities include:
Assist in the coordination, delivery and quality control of documentation artifacts required for the end-to-end capital adequacy process including CCAR and DFAST submissions
Maintain documentation standards
Assist in documentation quality control and artifact review
Complete additional ad hoc requests
Qualifications:
Minimum of 5 years previous experience as a technical writer in the field of finance and/or accounting
Fundamental working knowledge of banking.
Strong written and oral communication skills
Ability to manage multiple deliverables
Advanced Microsoft Office applications experience to include Microsoft Project, Excel, Visio, PowerPoint, Word
Flexibility to work on a variety of projects and teams within Business Change Management
There may be a requirement for travel within the US (primarily based in Smithfield RI)
Self thinker able to work through issues and escalate only when appropriate
Education
Bachelors Degree required
MBA preferred

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