Job description


  • Entry level
  • No Education
  • Salary to negotiate
  • New York City


Location: New York, NY, USA

The Role

RTS owns and manages the MIS Remediation Program, operational control framework and global tactical operations teams as well as supports the end-to-end transactional rating process through workflow coordination and rating desk services. RTS is looking for a Senior Ops Analyst to join the team.

The Senior Ops Analyst represents a key role in the delivery key initiatives and business processes that are critical to the execution of MIS strategies and establishing standard operational objectives and serves as back-up for the Vice President in London. Individual will work closely with variety of key stakeholders within RTS and across the MIS organization.

Key Responsibilities

- Proactively identify opportunities to standardize business processes and enhance operational controls and efficiencies
- Manage cross-functional projects and drive the success of new initiatives or remediation efforts that support the end-to-end MIS ratings process, including the successful transition to business as usual (change management communications, training, guidelines, FAQ's, presentations, etc.)
- Perform control validation reviews for the MIS Business Transformation (MBT) project and support the end-to-end MIS ratings process and evolving regulatory requirements, including active participation in System Integration Testing (SIT) and User Acceptance Testing (UAT)
- Maintain and update MBT future state control inventory and map controls, policies, procedures and guidelines to process flows
- Oversee the Dodd-Frank Operational Control Framework including working with key stakeholders to maintain and update the inventory, vet changes through Single Point of Coordination and administer the periodic certification process
- Serve as active member of the global MIS governance forum (Single Point of Coordination) and maintain issue tracking/reporting, lead topics where necessary, provide meeting minutes, etc.
- Support the global regulatory disclosure framework and governance forum
- Coordinate with the analytical community and other Moody's teams (e.g. Compliance, Government and Public Affairs, Legal, MIS Tech, etc.) to effectively resolve outstanding requests/inquiries

Required Qualifications

- Undergraduate BA/BS degree in business, finance/economics, management or similar field; MBA a plus

- 5 - 10 years of operational control, business process, internal audit and/or business analysis experience with strong analytical and problem-solving skills

- Ability to interact comfortably with different levels of management and articulate/present issues clearly and succinctly

- Self-starter and team player with ability to meet tight deadlines and balance multiple, competing priorities

- Outstanding interpersonal skills with the ability to reach across the organization to successfully resolve requests/inquiries

- Highly organized and efficient, with attention to detail and excellent communication skills

- Experience managing projects required

- Ability to supervise, facilitate, negotiate, and resolve interpersonal or inter-team conflicts

- Excellent PowerPoint skills and strong knowledge of MS Excel and Word

- Knowledge of Moody's rating systems, analysis tools and operational processes a plus

Moody's is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, sex, gender, age, religion, national origin, citizen status, marital status, physical or mental disability, military or veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, genetic information, or any other characteristic protected by law. Moody's also provides reasonable accommodation to qualified individuals with disabilities in accordance with applicable laws. If you need to inquire about a reasonable accommodation, or need assistance with completing the application process, please email This contact information is for accommodation requests only, and cannot be used to inquire about the status of applications.

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Candidates for Moody's Corporation may be asked to disclose securities holdings pursuant to Moody's Policy for Securities Trading and the requirements of the position. Employment is contingent upon compliance with the Policy, including remediation of positions in those holdings as necessary.

  • excel
  • ms project
  • powerpoint
  • word