Digital Assets Operations Manager

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Job Identification Number: 977

Location: New York, NY

Job Type: Direct Hire

Job Category: Financial Services

Qualified candidates, please attach resume when applying.


Well-funded Digital Asset Custody firm with committed clients is seeking a Digital Assets Operations Manager in their NYC office. The right candidate will have a good understanding of digital wallets, digital assets and block chain technology in addition to some broader financial custody /clearing experience (bank cash clearing and custody/money movement). 

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Help build the function from the ground up, working with business stakeholders and technology providers to ensure operational effectiveness
  • Working with external technology providers, create, implement, and execute operational procedures for storing digital assets
  • Design a workflow to enable deposits and withdrawals of digital assets and cash
  • Ensure adequate risk controls to facilitate compliance with laws and regulations related to digital assets and security infrastructure
  • Serve as a front-line control leader of all transactional activity


Qualifications and Requirements:

  • Bachelor degree in Finance, Business Administration and/or Computer Science preferred
  • 8+ years of industry experience with 5+ years’ experience in a lead role working in middle and back office operations or business analysis
  • Must have a deep understanding of cryptocurrencies and digital wallets and passion for the role they play in global markets
  • Knowledge of investment services, custody banking, security operations, and compliance and regulations
  • Experience dealing with cash, securities, and other asset classes
  • Understanding of cybersecurity technologies


Qualified candidates should send resumes to Please put your Name and “Digital Assets Operations Manager - NYC” in the subject line and attach your resume as a word doc or PDF. Also include contact information, salary requirements, and any applicable information in the body of the email.