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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 and Winston-Salem, NC. 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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  • Contract and Financial Specialist

    The Contract & Financial Specialist is responsible for the support, organization and coordination of contractual obligations within the Ariba Contract Management System and other ancillary systems applicable to project financials for the O&T division. The position is responsible for building, managing and effectively utilizing reports and data extracted from Ariba and other systems to ensure fiscal and legal compliance.  The position provides coordination to the division on contract management and manages end to end communication and support in the analysis of contractual obligations.
  • Director of Identity and Access Management

    The Director of Identity and Access Management has responsibility for identifying tools, technologies, teams, and identity services. Leveraging leading technologies, the Director will work collaboratively across the enterprise to integrate identity management solutions that improve our security posture while equally improving the end user experience. The Director of Identity and Access Management will focus on innovative and automated solutions to meet and exceed strict regulatory compliance requirements. Working with IT and IS leaders, this leader will drive seamless integration into all of our critical business services while simplifying the authentication processes.
  • Research Specialist and Project Coordinator

    Candidates for the Research Specialist & Project Coordinator position should possess strong written and oral communication skills, be self-motivated, extremely well-organized and detail-oriented, be able to function under pressure and handle numerous tasks simultaneously. The position would be well-suited to a candidate who thrives in a fast-paced environment and is analytical, quick and meticulous. S/he must be able to take initiative, prioritize with minimal supervision and work independently as well as part of a team.
  • Member Services Specialist

    The Member Services Specialist works closely with a variety of stakeholders to ensure that all member expectations are met, with direction from the Member Services Manager.  This may include support for education and training needs, managing the publications and store processes, support for the professional services work, monthly member billing and that member service inquiries are fulfilled.  The Specialist must work both independently and with the TCHPA team, as well as with TCHPA members/subscribers and customers.  The Specialist is an active participant in all phases of planning and execution of every primary TCHPA activity.
  • LDAP Identity and Access Management Specialist

    The LDAP Identity and Access Management Specialist’s primary responsibilities will include designing, implementing, and administer security from a user administration perspective using LDAP directory infrastructure. This position will manage access to resources and services while enforcing business, privacy, and security policies.
     
  • Mainframe Support Specialist

    Support current and implement new ClearPath MCP Software Series in a virtualized environment, such as VMWare, to maintain maximum performance and reliability.

  • Maintenance Helper/Porter

    Candidate should be mature, self-motivated, detailed –oriented. S/he must be able to take initiative, prioritize with minimal supervision and work independently, as well as part of a team. Candidate should be able to handle cleaning duties of the office building and keep the external premise clean and orderly. Must be able to work requested shift and handle responsibilities in a timely manner. Maintain grounds and common areas to ensure they are operational, safe and clean for employees. Disassemble damaged and broken equipment so that it can be more easily repaired, then reassemble pieces after repair work has been successfully completed. Receive deliveries of equipment and supplies and transfer them to work stations or other areas as dictated by management. Must have the ability to use, handle, and identify tools to actively work on maintenance or repairs. Receive work orders and determine what parts, equipment and services are needed to perform necessary maintenance and repair work.
  • Operations Representative

    The Operations Representative will ensure that all data transmissions to and from The Clearing House are monitored and executed successfully through the system.  This includes the identification, investigation, escalation, and resolution of all internal production or customer-related issues in a timely and efficient manner.

    The Operations Representative will ensure that all customer or third-party inquiries are answered in a timely, accurate and professional manner.  In addition, interfacing with other departments as needed.

    Note:  These roles require 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    

  • Payments Audit Specialist

    The Payments Audit Specialist is responsible for the development and execution of professional service and consulting engagements contracted for completion. Must maintain a high level of proficiency with industry rules and regulations, in order to advise clients and recommend sound compliance and risk management practices. The Payments Audit Specialist may also serve as a SME to augment the team responsible for delivery of education and other member benefits.
  • Service Desk Representative

    The Service Desk Analyst provides support for basic incident resolution and requests reported to TCH Operations Customer Service by internal and external customers. Responsibilities include initial assessment, triage, research, and ideally resolution of basic incidents and requests regarding the use of operating systems and application software products. The Service Desk Analyst is a position that will seek to achieve a high FCR (first call resolution) rate by collecting information through a customer dialog and accessing appropriate support tools. Problems beyond the scope of their ability or responsibility are logged and sent to appropriate level 2 resources for further investigation.

    Candidate should be mature, collegial, self-motivated, extremely well-organized and detail-oriented, able to function under pressure and handle numerous tasks simultaneously. The position would be well-suited to a candidate who thrives in a fast-paced environment and is meticulous. S/he must be able to take initiative, prioritize with minimal supervision and work independently, as well as part of a team.

  • Program Analyst EPMO

    The Clearing House (TCH) has an opening for a Program Analyst in the Enterprise Program Management Office (EPMO).   The Program Analysts provides data identification, retrieval, analysis and reporting (routine and ad-hoc) to support program level decision-making and facilitate program meetings.  The candidate must possess independent meticulousness and keep abreast of program developments, progress, status, issues and risks.  Responsibilities include: creation, improvement, and maintenance of regular reporting in support of one or more programs; hosting ad-hoc and/or regular program meetings; participation in strategic program-planning, performing data validation and conducting quality control checks to ensure adherence to EPMO policies and procedures.   TCH is looking for a responsible, driven, self-starter, who is able to work efficiently and autonomously.

  • Program Manager EPMO

    The Enterprise Program Management Office (EPMO) Program Manager reports to the EPMO Program Director.  This role will provide day-to-day hands on program management, oversight and governance for one or more key program(s) essential to fundamental business activities at The Clearing House (TCH). The role demands strong attention to the daily details of project execution across the program(s) and cross-coordination amongst multiple departments organization-wide. The Program Manager has demonstrated knowledge and experience in program/project management and is confident running senior level committees and workshops.  Candidate must demonstrate the ability to autonomously assess issues and risks in order to drive resolution.  Daily requirements include: crafting and socializing insightful professional communication materials to bring visibility into program activities and developments; producing high quality reports consumed weekly by executives; conducting ad-hoc data analysis; and directing administrative coordination.

  • Real-time Payments Developer

    The Clearing House has just launched the first new national payments system in over 40 years.  The Real-time Payments system (RTP) will allow customers of participating Banks and Credit Unions to send instant payments to any other person or business whose bank participates. The goal of the system is to ultimately provide access to instant payments to every financial institution and account holder in the US. To achieve this goal, significant enhancements and expansion of the system will occur over the next 3-5 years in order to support over 10,000 financial institutions. 

    This position is for a senior Java developer. It will involve approximately 60-70% new development and 30-40% production support. The RTP Developer will work closely with TCH Product Management, Operations and Technology Infrastructure departments as well as external clients and vendors to define and implement new features and capabilities.

  • Director, Real Time Payments Development

    The Clearing House has just launched the first new national payments system in over 40 years.  The Real-time Payments system (RTP) will allow customers of participating Banks and Credit Unions to send instant payments to any other person or business whose bank participates. The goal of the system is to provide access to instant payments to every financial institution and account holder in the US.   To achieve this goal, significant enhancements and expansion of the system will occur over the next 3-5 years in order to support over 10,000 financial institutions.

    This position is for a director of development for RTP.   This is a “hands on” management role providing both technical and process management leadership.   The RTP development team is responsible for development, implementation and support of all applications that support real-time payments processing.

    It will involve approximately 60-70% new development and 30-40% production support.  The RTP Developer will work closely with TCH Product Management, Operations and Technology Infrastructure departments as well as external clients and vendors to define and implement new features and capabilities.

  • Security Guard - NC

    The TCH Security Guard will control access to the facility, screen visitors and employees in an efficient manner in order to expedite their admittance to the facility. 

    Candidate should be mature, collegial, self-motivated, extremely well-organized and detail-oriented, able to function under pressure and handle numerous tasks simultaneously. The position would be well-suited to a candidate who thrives in a fast-paced environment and is meticulous. S/he must be able to take initiative, prioritize with minimal supervision and work independently, as well as part of a team. 

  • Senior Distributed Systems Development Specialist

    To develop assigned software project work on-schedule, with quality, in accordance with TCH standards and meets all requirements. To develop product maintenance assignments on-schedule, with quality, in accordance with TCH standards and meets al requirements. To provide 3rd level software support that is performed quickly and reliably. To work directly with and assist with the management of outsourcing vendor relationships, ensuring quality deliverables that are completed on time and in accordance with TCH standards.

  • Senior Systems Administrator

    Senior Systems Administrator to design, build, support and maintain the Wintel server infrastructure environment. Primary objective is to ensure the reliability and resiliency of TCH Business Systems.

     

  • Senior Sales Engineer - STE

    The role of the Senior Sales Engineer is to drive the sales and onboarding of banks and channel partners which are adopting The Clearing House (TCH)’s new Real Time Payments (RTP) platform and Secure Token Exchange (STE) service. The Senior Sales Engineer will execute technical support as part of the sales strategy for the platforms to develop appropriate solutions and building technical relationships with each potential partner.

    • During the sales process, the Senior Sales Engineer will work with the TCH Product Development team and TCH Operations & Technology team to address partner-specific requirements (e.g. product configuration, connectivity, and security, customizations)
    • The Senior Sales Engineer will work with the TCH Operations & Technology (O&T) teams as a key interface/ relationship manager to the bank and/or channel partner during the implementation, configuration, and testing of the STE platform


  • Specialist - Network Engineering

    Candidate should be mature, collegial, self-motivated, extremely well-organized and detail-oriented, able to function under pressure and handle numerous tasks simultaneously. The position would be well-suited to a candidate who thrives in a fast-paced environment and is meticulous. S/he must be able to take initiative, prioritize with minimal supervision and work independently, as well as part of a team.
     

  • Specialist Technical Operations

    To ensure technology is running as designed to deliver the product to the customer. To identify, log and resolve any issues.

    Candidate should be mature, collegial, self-motivated, extremely well-organized and detail-oriented, able to function under pressure and handle numerous tasks simultaneously. The position would be well-suited to a candidate who thrives in a fast-paced environment and is meticulous. S/he must be able to take initiative, prioritize with minimal supervision and work independently, as well as part of a team.

  • WebSphere System Administrator

    TCH has an opening for WebSphere System Administrator.  The position is responsible for the installation, configuration, administration and maintenance of WebSphere Application Server on multiple platforms including, AIX and Red Hat Linux on IBM power systems as well as on X86 Linux platforms and require at least 5 years hands-on experience with WebSphere Application Server.  Additional experience managing IBM MQ is a plus.