Job Summary: The Organization Officer will act as support of CLSi (Local Information Security Coordinator) and BCP Manager (Business Continuity Plan)
Key Duties and Responsibilities:
Support of CLSi (Local Information Security Coordinator)
Maintain local staff awareness to information systems security
Produce Monthly Atypical Leave Monitoring (Marly 16B) for Permanent Control
Review and Secure the User Controlled Applications (UCA)
Ensure the consistency between Grant and the application rights
Produce SCOPE indicator for Permanent Control (Quarterly)
Follow-up CLSi Roadmap as defined by the Head Office: Application recertification campaign, Monthly reconciliation process for application with extractor, Yearly reconciliation at profiles level for Sensitive applications.
Support of BCP Manager (Business Continuity Plan Manager)
Maintain in operational condition the Bank business continuity plan and crisis management organization
Coordinate the annual Business Impact Analysis (BIA) campaign for all business lines and support functions
Define and implement user recovery solutions according to the requirements expressed in the BIA
Formalize BCP documentation for each business line and support function
Schedule an annual BCP tests of the different recovery solutions and make sure tests are performed
Schedule an annual BCP committee to validate the BIA and the conclusions of the BCP Tests
Follow up and coordinate the action plan as validated in the BCP Committee.
Understand the local organization and the IT framework to provide support to the departments
Support on Core Banking applications to meet regulatory constraints and to reinforce controls performed by Support
Qualifications, Skills and Experience:
The Crédit Agricole CIB Organization Officer should have an academic background: University, Business school or Engineering science School.
0 - 2 year of experience
Basic knowledge in Finance and Banking Products
Interests for Banking Support Functions as Operations, Risk and Finance.
Crédit Agricole sometimes called the “Green Bank” because of its historical ties to farming, is a French network of cooperative and mutual banks comprising the 39 Crédit Agricole Regional Banks. In 1990, it became an international full-service banking group. It is listed through its holding company, Crédit Agricole S.A., on Euronext Paris’ first market and is part of the CAC 40 stock market index. In 2013, the Crédit Agricole Group reported revenues of €26.4 billion.