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The Clearing House is a dynamic, technologically-sophisticated place to work on issues and services of great importance to the financial industry. Our employees work primarily in New York City, NY., Winston-Salem, NC., Dallas, TX., and Troy, MI. In addition to challenging projects that effect America's banking system, we offer competitive salaries and benefits, including a 401(k) plan. The Clearing House is an equal-opportunity employer. 

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  • Contracted Services and Asset Procurement Manager

    The Contract Manager will ensure consistent management of all proposals and contracts and manage all aspects of the administrative, financial, and operations of the asset portfolio; establish and maintain vendor relationships by serving as point of contact for contractual matters; will plan and manage assets according to the department’s needs and work to beneficially manage the portfolio to minimize risk.

    The Contract Manager will be a strategically-minded individual with strong interpersonal skills and extensive experience managing physical assets through the entire lifecycle. Position includes providing guidance for an effective procurement function for the CREM department. The Contract Manager’s role in the contract development process requires close collaboration with various departments at The Clearing House including significant interaction with the contract management team.

  • Director, Enterprise Risk Management

    The Director, Enterprise Risk Management is a critical member of the Risk Office and is responsible for contributing towards the design, development and implementation of the ERM Framework in order to establish an effective risk based system to identify, measure, monitor, and control enterprise-wide risks.  This is a strategic and tactical position, where the candidate will facilitate and lead interfacing with functional units to establish and communicate risk management methodology, processes, risk appetite and risk culture. Additionally, the role will involve extensive interaction with TCH’s external stakeholders, including supervisors and the Enterprise Risk Committee.
  • Director, RTP Product Development

    The Director RTP Product Development will provide input to and assist in the ongoing development projects that will drive the success of RTP.  Responsibilities will include developing relationships with internal and external partners to coordinate and drive successful releases of RTP product suite with bank participants and vendors.  This will include creating and managing flow of release related information to RTP customers and vendor partners.  Based on availability, position may also assist with other TCH product development efforts.
  • Enterprise Architect Lead (EA Governance)

    The Enterprise Architect Lead (EA Governance) is a key member of the Enterprise Architecture (EA) team and is responsible for the design, implementation, and maintenance of the EA governance processes and standards. The primary role of this position is to ensure that the respective business, application, data and technology perspectives are in line with the organization’s technology and governance strategies, policies and standards. The Enterprise Architect Lead works as a team member supporting the enterprise with technology governance solutions which help to reduce risk and improve the efficiency and consistency regarding the adoption of technology related processes and standards. This position requires a strong EA governance and process skill set.
  • Identity and Access Management Specialist

    The IAM Specialist’s primary responsibilities will include designing, implementing, and administering security from a user administration perspective for TCH’s information systems. This position manages access to resources and services while enforcing business, privacy, and security policies.
  • Manager, RTP Product Development

    The Manager, RTP Product Development will provide input to and assist in the ongoing development of the RTP product.  Responsibilities will include documenting detailed business requirements and working with technology partners to deliver RTP platform functionality.  S/he will also ensure that the resulting system meets all requirements by reviewing functional requirements, system documentation and user guides, assisting in the development of test cases and performing UAT. This position will serve as a subject matter expert throughout the product development lifecycle. S/he will be a lead subject matter expert on ISO 20022.  S/he will become a key subject matter expert on the functionality and operation of the RTP system and assist in educating both internal and external customers during the early stages of implementation.
  • Payments Compliance Specialist

    The Payments Compliance Specialist is responsible for the development and execution of contracted services completed both on site at member banks and credit unions as well as remotely where warranted. Services include ACH audits and risk assessments as well as other payments consulting engagements. S/he contributes to the development of self-serve materials for use by members and prospects related to payments system compliance.  The Payments Compliance Specialist serves as a SME to augment the team responsible for development and delivery of education and other member benefits.
  • Payments Specialist

    The Payments Operations Specialist provides support of the products and services offered by The Clearing House ensuring transactions are processed with the highest level of quality and in a timely manner. The role requires working on a set schedule that ensures 24/7 coverage for TCH customers. Before you leave you must ensure that your replacement has arrived. Overtime and weekend hours are required. 

    The hours for this position are: 7pm- 7am Thursday, Friday and Saturday. 
  • Security Architecture Manager (Cloud Automation)

    Information Security (IS) group is looking for a Security Architecture Manager as a direct report to the Director of Enterprise Security Architecture. In this role, the candidate will provide technical leadership, subject matter expertise and direction on complex projects/initiatives for their assigned area(s) of responsibility. This position will function as a technology leader in the architecture design, planning, and delivery of enterprise-class security systems both on premise and in the cloud. We are seeking strong, self-motivated candidates with a proven track record of understanding security controls, and working across an organization to implement and validate controls.
  • Senior Facilities Engineering Manager

    The Senior Facilities Engineer will administrate the operation of, and perform maintenance on, electrical and mechanical equipment supporting the facility's critical operations including but not limited to refrigeration, water cooling and air conditioning equipment, heating, ventilating and hot water equipment, pumps, valves, piping and filters, other mechanical and industrial electrical equipment, work with vendors for preventative maintenance and/or repairs as required for said systems. Candidate will work with very minimal supervision and must have the confidence, knowledge and ability to make decisions and function well under pressure.
  • Sr. Business Analyst

    The Sr. Business Analyst is responsible for the support, organization, coordination and presentation of data and analyses relating to financials, contracts, and project metrics. The candidate will build, validate and maintain analytical reporting using data extracted from various systems to ensure fiscal, project and resource compliance. This role will bring value by helping drive insights that allow leadership to make informed and thoughtful business decisions.
  • Unix Systems Engineer

    Senior-level Linux and UNIX Engineer with experience in Cloud (Preferably AWS) building, supporting and maintaining large scale server infrastructures in 24X7 production environment.
  • Vice President and Associate General Counsel

    The Clearing House Payments Company, LLC (TCH) is a bank owned, industry utility that operates four payment systems: a high value funds transfer system (CHIPS), the country’s first real-time, end to end system (RTP), an automated clearinghouse (EPN), and a check image exchange. TCH also operates related businesses, including a tokenization service (STE), a regional payments association (TCH RPA), and a check image rules organization (ECCHO).  

    Because of its role in payments, TCH is regulated and supervised as a systemically important financial market utility under Title VIII of the Dodd Frank Act and as a systemically important service provider under the Bank Service Company Act.  As such, TCH is required to comply with various regulations and to meet expectations set out in supervisory guidance.  This posting is for a position with the Legal Regulatory Matters team, which is responsible for ensuring that TCH takes the steps necessary to comply with applicable regulations.  Specific examples of responsibilities that fall under Regulatory Matters include TCH’s Recovery and Wind Down Plan, Equity Plan, and Cyber Resiliency Plan, CHIPS’ Tiered Participation analysis and Public Disclosure Statement, and CPMI end point security and cyber security guidance.  While many of these areas require subject matter experts to contribute to and develop required artifacts, the Regulatory Matters team is ultimately responsible for the quality and the timely submission of the artifacts.  

    While the primary responsibilities of this position fall under the Regulatory Matters team, there may be opportunities to provide legal support to some of TCH’s payments business lines.
     
  • VP ACH Product Manager

    The VP ACH Product manager provides product thought leadership and enhances competitive product capabilities and positioning, returning value to TCH as well as owners and customers.
  • VP, Enterprise Risk Management

    The Vice President, Enterprise Risk Management is a critical member of the Risk Office and is responsible for contributing towards the design, development and implementation of the ERM Framework in order to establish an effective risk- based system to identify, measure, monitor, and control enterprise-wide risks.  This is a strategic and tactical position, where the candidate will facilitate and lead interfacing with functional units to establish and communicate risk management methodology, processes, risk appetite and risk culture. Additionally, the role will involve extensive interaction with TCH’s external stakeholders, including supervisors and the Enterprise Risk Committee.
  • VP, Systemic & Liquidity Risk Management

    The Vice President of Systemic & Liquidity Risk Management (SLRM) is responsible for systemic, liquidity, and model risk oversight of The Clearing House Interbank Payments System (CHIPS) and Real Time Payments (RTP). The role requires strong functional knowledge experience in Liquidity, Cash Management, Modelling, and Payment Processing. The individual must demonstrate the confidence and competence to thoroughly assess transactional data and conduct analysis that contributes to insightful business risk conclusions about systemic, liquidity, and participant risk. The VP has additional leadership responsibilities associated with data analytics and reporting, in support of both SLRM and the overall Risk Office. The VP, SLRM interacts with all levels and areas of the organization, including industry experts, regarding identifying, documenting, assessing, and mitigating payments risk. The position calls for a dynamic individual who can manage and lead an effective team to provide value to the Risk Office and The Clearing House.