Supports the Managing Director(s) of a Business Unit in the administration and operational matters, including but not limited to:
Plan and manage complex travel, typically both domestic and international travel and corresponding itineraries
Preparing expense reimbursements / invoices for payment in an accurate and timely manner
Answering phone lines and attending to e-mails / mail correspondence & distribution
Maintaining calendars, schedules appointments, plan meetings, book conference rooms, arranges equipment
Typing memos/reports/prepares power point presentation, etc.
Maintaining files, making photocopies / sending faxes
Maintaining and testing the team's Corporate Recovery Plan Handbook, staff roster and business assumption call tree. Perform annual remote access testing, contingency planning department awareness training and ensure annual call tree is successfully tested.
Assists members of staff with managing and tracking core leave and performance management documents in the system
Adheres strictly to compliance and operational risk controls in accordance with HSBC and regulatory standards, policies and practices; reports control weaknesses, compliance breaches and operational loss events.
Supports the Company's Diversity programs
Participates and manages special projects, as requested
Internal Number: 740707
HSBC was born from one small idea: a local bank serving international needs. We started our business in Hong Kong in 1865. In 2015, HSBC celebrates its 150th year anniversary. Over the years, HSBC grew through expanding its branch network, offering new products and establishing its own investment banking arm.
We aim to be where the growth is, connecting customers to opportunities, enabling businesses to thrive and economies to prosper, and ultimately helping people fulfill their hopes and realize their ambitions.
• Located in 72 countries and territories
• Serving around 48 million customers
• Supported by over 268,000* people
• Head office in US is New York City
We aim to be dependable, open and connected in everything we do. We want to ensure that our employees feel able to stand up for what is right, highlight potential risks and act with integrity, even when faced with pressure to act otherwise. By doing so, we will be able to meet expectations of society, customers, regulators and investors. To make sure everybody at HSBC lives up to these values, they are a part of everyone's annual performance review.
At HSBC, you will find that we are dependable, o...pen to different ideas and cultures, and connected to customers, communities, regulators and each other. Our culture has a family feel to it – our employees are encouraged to work together to reach a common goal. This idea is supported and encouraged at the leadership level and passed down.
Our size and global reach mean more opportunities for you to grow your career with us.
We are looking for forward-thinking, driven, perceptive candidates to help our customers realise their hopes, dreams and ambitions.
This means people who are dependable, open to different ideas and cultures, and enjoy being part of a team; people who have the potential to become the future leaders of HSBC.
We encourage you to drive your own development and build your network within your office and around the world.
We provide the opportunities for you to connect with customers, colleagues and the communities in which we operate.