The Clearing House

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, and Washington, DC. In addition to challenging projects that effect America's banking system, we offer competitive salaries and benefits, including a 401(k) plan. And The Clearing House is an equal opportunity employer.

If any of these positions interest you, send your resume to us using the Submit Your Resume link at the bottom of the job posting. Please make sure the position title is in your subject line.

  • Service Integration Manager 9NC)
    The Service Integration Manager is responsible for the day to day management and administration of the TCH Service Integration Management process. Their primary responsibility is to ensure Release and Change Management processes are managed in a consistent manner as per TCH standards.  This includes the maintenance of related documentation.  In addition the role assists in reviewing Change and Release tickets for compliance prior to approving them. The role also manages coordination of the development, test and deployment teams. Ensures organization policies and procedures are followed throughout the transition process. Read More
  • Operations Manager (NC)
    The Operations Manager provides leadership to the Operations team to ensure all TCH applications and services are running efficiently and effectively. Read More
  • Program Director, STE
    The Program Director of the Secure Token Exchange (STE) Program, manages a newly forming team of 2 Project Managers/Analysts, and reports to the VP, Enterprise Project Management Office (EPMO).  This role will provide program management office oversight and governance for a key program to advance the delivering of our STE Program essential to modernizing the aging payments systems for the US economy. The Program Director of the STE program provides strategic program governance and oversight to the full program of STE work and serves as key resource within the EPMO governance team which reports directly to the C-Level of The Clearing House. Read More
  • Associate Editor

    The Associate Editor serves as the principal author of The Clearing House’s electronic publication, Weekly Brief & Insights, a weekly compendium of activities relating to the work of TCH and banking industry news. As the principal author of the Weekly Brief & Insights, s/he will engage in a substantive way across all areas of TCH’s work, leveraging and summarizing third-party content, as well as working with internal staff to collect, aggregate, and synthesize relevant information relating to the Clearing House’s work. The publication is designed to further the Clearing House’s advocacy and work, both with regard to reaching member audiences and policymakers. The position will further be responsible for launching a new payments-specific weekly publication comparable to the Weekly Brief & Insights.

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  • Operations & Technology Admin Manager

    The O&T Administration team is tasked with overall financial management of the Operations & Technology organization, including the Book of Work and operating/capital budgets.  As the super-users of the CA PPM tool, the O&T Administration group is responsible for managing financial performance and risk across O&T, by developing, analyzing, and distributing reporting from the CA PPM tool.  The O&T Administration Manager will be a key member of the team responsible for working with CA PPM resource and project managers to drive financial accuracy and reporting, implement financial management standards and procedures, improve the effectiveness of our usage of the platform, and effectively run the Book of Work.  The Manager will provide guidance to the Resource Managers and Project Managers with time reporting, allocations, resource management, forecasting, financial plans, etc.  The Manager will assist the RMs and PMs to improve data quality and integrity, thereby improving project and financial management and reporting. 


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  • Database Developer Specialist, DBA
    The Database Developer Specialist role is an enterprise systems, distributed development position.  The primary responsibilities of the SQL development team include: architecture and design of a multi-terabyte SQL environment with emphasis upon security, high availability, optimization, performance, tuning, and automation.  Read More
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