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Business Support Manager II

Company Name:
Bank of America Corp.
Title: Business Support Manager II Location: NJ-Pennington Other Locations:
Position supports Merrill products, services and processes. Will be developing and implementing technology systems to user interface web design, as well as, other key programs to support and drive strategy and grow business.
Manages diverse administrative functions usually for a very large, complex department or for a complete line of business that may be regional or national in scope, often requiring associates in one or more location. Functions managed may include: financial control/budgeting and consolidation, personnel processes, audit/compliance, premises, and coordination of certain projects, associate training, service quality, process improvement, business continuity, or communication. Consults with senior management in evaluating current methods and developing strategies to implement changes and improvements. Requires a thorough knowledge of the department or business units functional area or products. Working knowledge of general bank policies, programs and procedures and financial/accounting practices. Generally has full management responsibility over a relatively large team and may manage one or more levels of managers.
Required skills:
5 plus years in the wealth management business supporting Merrill products, services and processes.
3 plus years of proven project management experience developing and implementing technology systems.
3 plus years supporting, developing and implementing key programs to support and drive business strategy.
Proven ability to analyze, identify, streamline, implement and deliver.
AO-Business Support Organization: 1497340-GWIM CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER Business Support Manager II NJ-Pennington 1400054656

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