Policy Governance Analyst
Today, Cash App has thousands of employees working globally across office and remote locations, with a culture geared toward innovation, collaboration and impact. We’ve been a distributed team since day one, and many of our roles can be done remotely from the countries where Cash App operates. No matter the location, we tailor our experience to ensure our employees are creative, productive, and happy.
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You will work on the Global Cash Customer Operations (CCO) Policy Management Team, which is part of the CCO Operational Excellence (OE) team. Working under the CCO Policy Manager, you will be responsible for executing on all global policy requests, ensuring the ongoing health and accuracy of governed documentation in CCO. You will be part of a team who provides comprehensive management of global CCO policies. You will report to the CCO Policy Manager.
- Drive the CCO policy governance program by creating policy governance documentation that adheres to the standards set within the CCO policy governance framework.
- Work within the CCO policy governance framework, including creating policies and associated documents, synchronizing policies with regulations and associated requirements/controls, logging all documentation, approvals, and interactions in a central policy repository, and tracking approval requirements.
- Collaborate with CCO subject matter experts to manage the policy inventory, including providing assistance on the development, socialization, and update of policies, programs, and procedures.
- Assist the CCO Policy Manager with ongoing and purpose-built reporting by tracking policy life-cycles, including approvals, revisions, and implementations.
- Manage work-streams and identify potential efficiency gains or meaningful iterative changes, follow-up with policy owners to determine issue resolutions and escalate to the CCO Policy Manager when needed, and build relationships with compliance and other partners.
- Execute on all program goals, work within systems used to support policy initiatives, and assist in the identification of cross-enterprise issues.
- Adhere to established communication plans and resources regarding the CCO policy program, and occasionally deliver policy management presentations.
- Work within the CCO-wide system of record for policies.
- Extract meaningful insights from policy management projects, and present findings to the CCO Policy Manager and larger OE team in a digestible format.
- Be an innovative expert with partners helping teams achieve their goals.
- Build relationships and credibility with business leads, peers in OE, external partners, and regulators through collaborative and independent projects
- 3-5 years of experience in policy governance roles
- Experience holistically managing 1-2 business units from a policy governance perspective
- Demonstrated ability to work with stakeholders to identify and remediate gaps (regulatory, operational) in governed documentation
- Experience managing competing projects, with ability to effectively prioritize and shift with little to no notice
- Ability to translate “big picture vision” into clear and actionable deliverables
- Data reporting and KPI development experience
- Demonstrated ability to transform conceptual documentation requirements or existing documentation into standardized, comprehensive policies, procedures, and programs
- Policy governance experience in Fintech, Banking, payments or related field
- Demonstrated ability to influence cross-functional partners to come to consensus on mutually beneficial decisions
- Drive to learn and leverage new sets of skills or knowledge outside of core job functions
- Ability to work through ambiguity that includes drive for independent decision making, while also possessing the awareness to request assistance from peers or leaders, when appropriate
- 5-7 years of experience in policy governance roles
- Experience working in other capacities within the risk management lifecycle, including issue management, risk assessment, audit response, control testing, product policy review, or compliance
- Certified Corporate Governance Professional (CCGP) certification
Block takes a market-based approach to pay, and pay may vary depending on your location. U.S. locations are categorized into one of four zones based on a cost of labor index for that geographic area. The successful candidate’s starting pay will be determined based on job-related skills, experience, qualifications, work location, and market conditions. These ranges may be modified in the future.
Zone A: USD $94,400 - USD $115,400
Zone B: USD $87,800 - USD $107,400
Zone C: USD $80,300 - USD $98,100
Zone D: USD $70,800 - USD $86,600
To find a location’s zone designation, please refer to this resource. If a location of interest is not listed, please speak with a recruiter for additional information.
Benefits include the following:
- Healthcare coverage
- Retirement Plans including company match
- Employee Stock Purchase Program
- Wellness programs, including access to mental health, 1:1 financial planners, and a monthly wellness allowance
- Paid parental and caregiving leave
- Paid time off
- Learning and Development resources
- Paid Life insurance, AD&D. and disability benefits
- Perks such as WFH reimbursements and free access to caregiving, legal, and discounted resources
This role is also eligible to participate in Block's equity plan subject to the terms of the applicable plans and policies, and may be eligible for a sign-on bonus. Sales roles may be eligible to participate in a commission plan subject to the terms of the applicable plans and policies. Pay and benefits are subject to change at any time, consistent with the terms of any applicable compensation or benefit plans.
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Block, Inc. (NYSE: SQ) is a global technology company with a focus on financial services. Made up of Square, Cash App, Spiral, TIDAL, and TBD, we build tools to help more people access the economy. Square helps sellers run and grow their businesses with its integrated ecosystem of commerce solutions, business software, and banking services. With Cash App, anyone can easily send, spend, or invest their money in stocks or Bitcoin. Spiral (formerly Square Crypto) builds and funds free, open-source Bitcoin projects. Artists use TIDAL to help them succeed as entrepreneurs and connect more deeply with fans. TBD is building an open developer platform to make it easier to access Bitcoin and other blockchain technologies without having to go through an institution.