DWS, Property Specialist Analyst

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About the position

Our San Francisco corporate office has an immediate opening for a Property Specialist in our recently merged Portfolio Management and Asset Management groups. The ideal candidate is an eager, self-motivated team player with a strong analytical skill set. Primary duties will include providing quantitative and qualitative support for Central Portfolio Managers and Asset Managers nationally. The opportunity offers broad exposure to 15-25 properties across the office, industrial, multi-family and retail sectors, usually in the U.S. Properties will typically have a “core” risk profile but some will be “core+”, “value-add”, “opportunistic”, or development.

Find below a curtailed list of responsibilities:

Property Specialist Duties for Portfolio / Asset Management Group

 Compile underwriting in both Argus and Excel to assist with multi-year planning, hold-sell decisions,

financings, leasing and value-add strategies

 Prepare Investment Committee presentations for financings, leasing and dispositions

 Analyze leasing opportunities and sensitivities via ARGUS, NPV analyses and market research

 Work with property management teams on everyday operations and engineering teams on

construction management

 Assist with annual property business plans and review of quarterly reporting

 Oversee and review calendar and fiscal year budgeting and re-projection processes

 Lead external appraisal process and complete internal valuations, while working across several in-

house departments, including transactions and research

 Support the transition of newly acquired properties from the Transactions group the Portfolio / Asset

management group

 Deliver or contribute to ad-hoc projects as requested by Asset Managers, Portfolio Managers or

Senior Management

Skills and Experience

 Strong work ethic and critical thinking skills

 Highly organized, be able to multi-task and communicate effectively

 Bachelor’s degree (must provide GPA in resume)

 Ability to work as part of team and independently

 Less than 3 years of work experience preferred

To apply, please send your resume to carlos.saavedra@dws.com

Cyber One, Risk, Compliance & Business Resiliency Program Manager

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Apply if:

You’re a great communicator - you find the best style and format to communicate (with customers and team members) efficiently and effectively. Your work is defined by your grit and grace.

You’re detail oriented - You’re obsessed with every period, semicolon, word choice, font color, and font size in front of you. You believe your work represents you.

You’re persistent - our customers are managing regulatory changes and risks that evolve over time.

The questions and the problems we are solving are not always the same. You are resourceful and able to find solutions that are current and relevant.

You love solving problems - you have a keen understanding of how people, process, and technology function in enterprise organizations. You understand that even though every customer may be different there are also commonalities for integrated risk management.

You love doing things efficiently - you believe that automation is better than completing tasks manually.

This job will perform the below responsibilities:

● Lead & perform post-sale deployment and delivery services

● Build & track implementation plans, schedule, budget and milestones

● Train and develop team members

● Communicate with stakeholders; raise issues/risks for resolution

● Conduct business impact analysis

● Develop business continuity plans

● Present & train stakeholders on business resiliency plans

● Identify, deploy and monitor risks & controls for compliance reporting

● Effectively communicate to C-level business resiliency risks and solutions

● Evangelize & demonstrate CyberOne’s technical solutions

● Provide product improvement feedback

● Support product QA/testing support for solutions

● Support training and communication plans for solutions

Skills & Requirements

● Bachelor’s Degree in a relevant discipline

● Strong Customer Service Skills with a minimum of four years prior experience

● Strong ability to collaborate

● Ability to multi-task between projects and initiatives

● Excellent analytical and critical thinking ability

● Excellent verbal, written and communication skills

● Strong ability to learn new information and critically think

Preferred

● In-depth knowledge of a variety of frameworks

● Audit, compliance, & risk background

● Experience in various industry

● Experience frameworks such as ISO, PCI, HIPPA, ISO, SOX, CoBit, EU GDPR etc.

● Understanding of data security, privacy, fraud, and regulatory laws

Helpful Certifications

● MCBCP, CBCP, ABCP, CISSP, CISA, CISM, PMP, PMP-RMP

Compensation/Benefits

● Full-tme exempt

● Competitive salary

● Profit sharing

● Medical, dental, vision health insurance option

● Standard US holidays

● 100% remote work location

● Up to once a month travel may be required

● Work with awesome companies globally

● 2 weeks paid vacation

● Annual retreat trip opportunities

● Professional training opportunities

To apply, please send your resume to: stuart@cb1security.com

La Luz, Development Director

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The Development Director will be responsible for and will possess significant experience and expertise in and will work closely with the Executive Director and Board of Directors to actively cultivate relationships with new, existing and past donors and seek new funding from a variety of sources while representing the Center in meetings with potential funding sources.

  • The expectation is to raise $1.5 million dollars a year.

  • S/he will design, implement and maintain a broad-range of highly visible, structured and successful fundraising programs and partnerships for the Center’s sustainable economic resource development and funding, and identify, define and acquire initial and sustainable funding resources available to the Center.

  • Design and implement comprehensive development program strategies and appropriate marketing objectives, including donor giving, gift acknowledgement, and relationship development with the goal of ensuring effective and timely growth of all development programs.

  • Develop calendars and plans for fundraising events and requests.

  • Develop and implement campaigns for planned giving, charitable trusts, endowments and related development programs, and will collaboratively work with team members to identify paths of economic support for Center programs and projects.

  • Develop and maintain a contemporary prospect management analysis and reporting system, and continuously inform the Executive Director, Board of Directors and the Center team of all development strategies, programs, plans and results.

  • Develop and manage annual budget for all development and fundraising initiatives, prospectively reporting any budget variances with recommended alternatives to achieve budget compliance, and manage databases for accurate and timely reporting of all fund development objectives.

  • Building a broad-ranging donor management system using Salesforce.com tools to create a CRM database to record, track and manage all cultivation and development activities and results.

  • Ensure full compliance with federal, state and local laws and requirements and regulations, compliance with charitable giving rules and grant obligations, and contracts, donor restrictions and external reporting requirements.

  • The Director of Development will possess a Bachelor’s degree in business, finance, communications, community relations or a closely related discipline.

  • Bilingual Spanish speaking skills is desirable, but not required in this position.

  • Possess, recent, relevant, appropriate, successful and directly related fundraising experience raising $1.5 million dollars a year in the areas of responsibility noted above.

Interested and qualified candidates should send a complete resume and cover letter to Juan Hernandez III, Executive Director: juan@laluzcenter.org In the cover letter, note in the

headline “Development Director.”

Affirm, Internal Controls Manager

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WHAT YOU’LL DO

  • Build & Develop company-wide and business process-specific risk assessments to evaluate and address any impact the results may have on the control environment

  • Assist in the design and implementation of efficient and effective controls across the organization

  • Implement documentation including process flowcharts, process narratives, risk and controls matrix and evaluate controls

  • Identify and evaluate business and technology risks, internal controls which mitigate risks, and related opportunities for internal control improvement and implementation

  • Use problem solving and critical thinking skills to quickly identify internal control deficiencies, evaluate their risk implications, and draw the appropriate conclusions

  • Actively participate in decision making with process owners, provide meaningful insights, and seek to understand the broader impact of current decisions

  • Ensure clear, concise, actionable and practical observations and recommendations, with a well-documented process for communication and clearance

  • Build and nurture positive working relationships with process owners, by providing high quality deliverables and communications, providing them tools and templates that can help them better achieve their process objectives

  • Conducting periodic meetings/walkthroughs with process owners to ensure any changes to process are updated and properly assessed for control gaps. Supporting process owners through training, reviewing, and providing guidance for their processes.

  • Staying current to changes in regulatory guidance, industry best practices, and areas of focus/hot topics for external audits

  • Actively building and managing relationships with Company stakeholders, while promoting the importance of compliance initiatives throughout the organization

  • Facilitate requests between the control owners and the external audit team

  • Assist the Controller in adhoc projects as they arise

WHAT WE LOOK FOR

  • Bachelor's degree (in Accounting, Business Administration, Computer Science, Information Systems, Management Information Systems, Accounting Information Systems or related field preferred)

  • An appropriate certification in accounting and/or auditing is mandatory, including a CPA, CIA, CISA and/or PMP (any)

  • Demonstrated experience, skills and knowledge with IIA Professional Practices and Standards

  • A minimum 7+ years of experience in a senior internal audit role; Experience with similar internal audit roles in large organizations or with Big 4 audit firms highly preferred

  • Strong knowledge of COSO, PCAOB Auditing Standards, Sarbanes-Oxley, risk and controls standards and business process best practices

  • Excellent communication, collaboration and presentation skills

  • A maintained knowledge base of audit industry practices and to ensure best practices are always considered

Affirm, Director of Treasury

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WHAT YOU’LL DO

  • Build full Treasury team to manage / support all Treasury functions

  • Responsible for all parts of Affirm cash management including ensuring adequate liquidity for operational needs, execution on funding, liquidity, and capital, and reconciling balances

  • Set the annual plan & provide cash forecasts with Strategic Finance

  • Optimize returns on cash balances while maintaining daily, weekly and long term liquidity

  • Primary business owner for development of daily cash reconciliation and other bank engineering tools as well as controls

  • Work cross functionally with Capital Markets, Bank Engineering, Strategic Finance and Treasury Product team

  • Advise on risk analysis for any securities held by the company including interest rate hedges

  • Develop and maintain knowledge of regulatory issues related to interest rate risk, capital management and liquidity management. Provide research on new regulations and their impact on prospective firm initiatives. Partner with Businesses in the development of new products and advise on the regulatory implications

  • Development analytical reporting framework for senior management, business partners, and regulators

WHAT WE LOOK FOR

  • 5+ years of financial services experience in treasury or related financial function

  • 10 years total experienceBA/BS required

  • Strong model experience including framework development, documentation, validation, governance, integration, automation and metric creation

  • Demonstrable experience at lending institution and have familiarity with warehouse lines, etc.

  • Experience with interest rate swaps, reporting, stress testing, and collateral requirements

  • Knowledge and/or experience should include: asset liability management, interest rate risk, excel, SNL