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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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  • Business Analyst

    The Business Analyst will be a key member of the TCH Application Development team.  This position will work closely with the Product Management and Technology and Operations departments to collect, analyze, and document requirements for applications being developed or enhanced by The Clearing House.

    The candidate will be responsible for documenting detailed functional and technical requirements, system documentation and user guides. S/he will also ensure that the resulting system or enhancement meets all requirements by assisting in the development of test cases and scripts. S/he will become a key subject matter expert on the functionality and operation of the system and assist in educating both internal and external users during the early stages of implementation.     

  • Business Analyst-ERM

    The Enterprise Risk Management Analyst supports the Enterprise Risk Manager in all aspects of the enterprise-wide risk management program.  Responsibilities include facilitating the identification of risks throughout the organization, developing, reporting and monitoring formats on the risk management issues and developing methodologies for the assessment of risks throughout the organization.  The analyst will work closely with all business units and provide back-up to the other areas under the oversight of the Enterprise Risk Director.

  • Configuration Manager

    The Configuration Manager is responsible for maintaining information about configuration items that are required to deliver IT services. This position will maintain a logical model, containing the components of the IT infrastructure (CIs) and their association.
  • Core Applications Developer

    The Clearing House (TCH) is a payments company transacting nearly $2 trillion (USD) in digital payments every day. As the operator of core payment systems for the US, TCH is modernizing our technology by launching a new, ubiquitous, real-time payment system. The RTP® network enables innovation for financial institutions of all sizes to offer enhanced digital payment services for corporate and retail consumers. As part of our modernization efforts, we are evaluating new technology platforms for innovation while ensuring the safety and soundness of the US financial system. Balancing resiliency and reliability with innovation is a key goal for our technology team.

    We are currently seeking talented, self-motivated individuals to join our technology development team in either our downtown-NYC or our Winston-Salem, NC facilities. This individual will be trained in our mainframe technologies (ALGOL, COBOL) while also leveraging newer technologies (Java, Spring, etc.) to modernize our payment systems and  applications. As a key member of our development team, this role will help bridge the reliability of legacy platforms with the innovation in our distributed systems. Individual(s) selected for this role will be in the unique position  to understand and appreciate the strengths of the legacy payment systems while introducing new capabilities in this  fast-moving industry.

    The responsibilities of this dynamic position include the development of new functionality, maintenance and testing of these key applications. Team members will employ a variety of legacy and modern programming languages to enhance  application functionality, working within the Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC) process alongside various Project  Management and Business Groups. As a first step, the candidate will receive in-depth training in the legacy mainframe environment. The candidate will work on development efforts of gradually increasing scope using standard programming practices, concepts and principles.

  • Core Applications Developer (2)

    The Clearing House (TCH) is a banking association and payments company that provides critical services to the banking industry and which has served in this capacity since 1853. Our core products encompass a real-time system process for US dollar transactions for both International and Domestic banks responsible for approximately 95% of cross-border transactions, and a network for the processing of large volumes of debit and credit transactions nationally to facilitate services including Direct Deposit of payroll and Bill Payments.  TCH currently serves tens-of-thousands of customer accounts with upwards of 400,000+ transactions and $1.5 trillion per day, and 50+ million transactions with $130 billion on average for our core products, respectively.

    We are currently searching for a talented, self-motivated individual to join our Core Product development team in either our downtown-NY or our Winston-Salem, NC facilities.   The responsibilities of this dynamic position include the development of new functionality, maintenance and test of these key applications. Members of this team use a variety of languages such as ALGOL, COBOL, and Java, and work within the Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC) process along with various Project Management and Business Groups.  The candidate will work on development efforts of gradually increasing scope using standard programming practices, concepts and principles.  TCH will train the candidate to introduce or to enhance proficiency of Unisys Clearpath Mainframe skills, and/or ALGOL/COBOL programming languages.

  • Corporate Security Officer

    The Corporate Security Officer controls access to the facility, screens visitors and employees in an efficient manner in order to expedite their admittance to the facility. S/he monitors site for suspicious behavior, unlawful guests, safety hazards, inclement weather.  This vacancy is for the schedule of Thursday through Saturday, and alternating Wednesdays from 7pm to 7am.

  • DB2 Database Engineer

    The Engineer for Database Systems will provide day-to-day hands on Database Operations management, oversight and governance for key systems administration initiatives and ensure the integrity of the distributed platform hosting services for various critical payment applications.
  • 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.
  • Director, Enterprise Risk Management

    This position reports to the VP of ERM. This is a strategic and tactical position, where the candidate will support the head of Enterprise Risk Management and the Chief Risk Officer in establishing and communicating the organization’s ERM Framework, as well as facilitate and lead interfacing with functional units to establish and communicate risk management methodology, processes, risk appetite and risk culture.
  • Director, Product Innovation

    Innovation in payments is at the core of The Clearing House’s (TCH) 166 year history.  In this modern digital era, TCH is focused on driving sustainable innovation in banking and payments in partnership with the industry, highlighted by  the development of the first digital native payment system designed for the 21st century and beyond, RTP.

    The innovation team at The Clearing House is responsible for working across the organization and industry to identify and foster new innovative concepts that help to propel the industry forward.  They are looking for a Director of Innovation to join this growing team. 

    This role will be responsible for working with the VP of Product Innovation to ideate on new concepts, drive analysis on industry need and opportunity, validate concepts through Proof of Concepts and Pilots and work with the organization to drive a plan to implementation of approved ideas.  A qualified candidate will have a proven track record of driving strategy in the product space and have a strong background in business and data analysis.  They  should be familiar with the principles of design thinking and understand how to foster ideas with a diverse group of stakeholders.

  • Director, RTP Product Development

    Position 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.

  • Director, RTP Product Management

    This role will actively manage and support the business development, onboarding, product adoption and usage of the Real Time Payments System by banks and their end users. The  candidate will work directly with banks, as well as corporate clients and technology providers as appropriate, to introduce them to RTP, work with them through the onboarding process, and assist with use cases and product ideation.  Management, oversight and leadership of working groups, sub-committees and pilot/proof of concept activities will be critical responsibilities.

  • Incident/Problem Manager

    The Incident/Problem Manager is responsible for the overall coordination of the incident management process, in particular when there are major incidents. This role is also responsible for the coordination of the investigation onto root cause, identifying workarounds and following up for permanent resolution.
  • Information Security Risk Manager

    Information Security (IS) group is looking for Information Security Risk Manager as a direct report to the VP, Deputy Chief Information Security Officer. In this role, the candidate will be responsible for managing Information Security risks across the organization. The individual will perform risk assessments, and enhance the continuous information security risk monitoring program.

    We are seeking strong, individually motivated candidates with a proven track record of understanding security controls and working across an organization to implement and validate controls.

  • Innovation Designer

    The Clearing House is looking for an Innovation Designer to join our growing organization.  The Innovation Designer will report to the Vice President of Product Innovation and be part of a team who works both cross product and cross industry to help develop innovative concepts and services that are needed to enable financial institutions and their customers to succeed.

    The ideal candidate will have a background in design thinking with a focus on visual, product and process design.  They will have spent time as part of a team developing new products or concepts with strong storytelling and writing skills.

  • 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 Manager

    The Operations Manager provides leadership to the Operations team to ensure transactions are processed with the highest level of quality and in a timely manner.
  • 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    

  • Paralegal Analyst-Contracts and Litigation

    The Paralegal Analyst-Corporate Records functions as a valued member of the legal team, with a primary focus on processing to execution TCH contracts and agreements, management of TCH legacy contracts and agreements, and assistance with responses to requests for production of documents related to regulatory and litigation matters with cross-training to include processing and responding to law enforcement and private litigation third-party subpoenas/summonses, assisting in the management and retention of essential corporate and historical records for the Clearing House Payments Company L.L.C., and providing support to senior members of the legal team in connection with legal services provided to all business lines and units of the company.
  • Paralegal Analyst-Subpoenas and Summonses

    The Paralegal Analyst-Corporate Records functions as a valued member of the legal team, with a primary focus on processing and responding to law enforcement and private litigation third-party subpoenas/summonses, with cross-training to include processing to execution TCH contracts and agreements, assisting in the management and retention of essential corporate and historical records for The Clearing House Payments Company L.L.C., assisting in responding to requests for production of documents related to regulatory and litigation matters, and providing support to senior members of the legal team in connection with legal services provided to all business lines and units of the company.
  • Project Manager, Network Systems

    The Technical Project Manager role will provide day-to-day hands on Technology Infrastructure Management, oversight and governance for key systems administration initiatives and ensure the integrity of the distributed platform hosting services for various critical payment applications.

  • Senior Counsel, TCH Association

    The Clearing House Association LLC is a 501(c)(6) entity dedicated to research, analysis, advocacy and litigation focused on the payment industry and payments-related issues.  The Senior Counsel of The Clearing House Association supports the execution of advocacy on payment-related issues that impact the operations of The Clearing House Payments Company LLC, an affiliate of the Association that operates the largest US private sector payment systems, or that effect large banking organizations and the financial sector more broadly.
  • Software Developer - Linux and Java

    The role of the Software Developer is to develop large scale, high quality and highly performant systems for mission-critical applications and business services to various business customers. This role is responsible for:

    • Software development of the Company’s Linux/Java application code and supporting tools
    • Operating within disciplined software development processes and best practices that are focused on ensuring quality, efficiency and adherence to industry standards
    • Developing new systems from the ground up, leveraging existing systems’ knowledge to create new platform solutions
    • Migrate existing legacy systems to new Java EE/Linux platform
    • Production Support of Existing and Newly Built Systems
  • 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.

  • Staff Accountant

    The Staff Accountant will process and maintain the accounts payable records of The Clearing House and will provide financial information to management by researching and analyzing accounting data.

  • Technical Specialist, Platform Support

    The Technical Specialist will play a vital technical role in the technology team responsible for the TCH payment platform. This role covers a range of support functions associated with the day-to-day operations of a 24x7 high availability, high security financial transaction processing platform. The ideal candidate will possess strong hands-on experience with supporting a high availability, distributed online transaction processing applications using JAVA/JEE, WebSphere, Linus, REST/JSON, Web Api(s), DB2 (or other Relational Databases), ISO 20022, ISO 8583 or other financial messaging standards.
  • Testing Specialist

    The Testing Specialist’s primary responsibilities will include designing, implementing and analyzing results for certification requirements for application and infrastructure changes. This position will work with the technology teams to develop plans that will exercise the functionality of the various TCH services.

  • Vice President, Associate General Counsel

    The Clearing House Association LLC is a 501(c)(6) entity dedicated to research, analysis, advocacy and litigation focused on the payment industry and payments-related issues.  The Vice President of The Clearing House Association assists in the development, management and execution of policy, strategy and advocacy on payments-related issues that impact The Clearing House Payments Company LLC, an affiliate of the Association that operates the largest US private sector payment systems, or that effect large banking organizations and the financial sector more broadly.
  • VP, Common Services Development

    The Clearing House (TCH) is a payments company transacting nearly $2 trillion (USD) in digital payments every day. As the only private operator of core payment systems for the US, TCH is modernizing our technology. This includes  launching the RTP® network, a new, real-time payments system, as well as modernizing our existing platforms for high  value payments and ACH. As part of our modernization efforts, we are evaluating new technology platforms for innovation while ensuring the safety and soundness of the US financial system. Balancing resiliency and reliability with innovation is a key goal for our technology team.

    We are currently seeking a talented, self-motivated individual to build and lead our common services development team. The common services team is responsible for developing and maintaining common components and services for all of our applications. This team will be central to our ongoing modernization effort, working closely with application development groups and architects to ensure adherence to our reference architecture and enforce common component  development and re-use across the organization. 

    This is a hands-on management role providing both technical and process management leadership. In addition to developing common services, the successful candidate will also lead the development teams in modernizing our “Dev/Ops”  practices and tools, ensuring consistency and best practices across all development groups and platforms.

    The successful candidate will be responsible for managing a geographically disbursed team with resources in our NY, North Carolina and Dallas, Texas offices.