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Technology Risk Specialist

Comerica Incorporated

Auburn Hills, MI
1 day ago
Auburn Hills, MI
1 day ago

Technology Risk & Information Risk Management Analyst

The Technology Risk & Information Risk Management Analyst, VP, role will be responsible for providing oversight, consulting and risk management assessment/support, and reporting functions relative to Comericas Lines of Business (LOBs) and other divisions. This role will also be in accordance with utilizing their specialized skillset to engage with business partners and shared services stakeholders to provide consulting support to drive awareness and compliance with the Banks enterprise risk management framework, policies and standards. This role will ensure independent risk assessments, oversight and consulting support to promote proactive risk identification, mitigation and remediation of risk, to ensure protection of customers and the Banks data and other assets.

Position Competencies

The successful incumbents have high technical proficiency, analytics and solution-oriented thinking; must have the ability to independently take on assignments, review and interpret data and analytics; must be solution-oriented, and capable of anticipating and meeting the needs of a demanding work load.

Position Responsibilities:

Execute Second Line of Defense (SLOD) risk management functions relative to Technology Risk, Information Risk/Security risk management by working with the LOBs and other bank stakeholders/divisions to risk review areas, related process, etc., providing credible challenge regarding risk assessments, controls, strategic direction and other activities pertaining to the LOBs and Comerica.
Ensure awareness of technology and information risk/security risks in the LOBs/Comerica and provide consulting support and direction to drive proactive risk identification, mitigation/remediation, and accurate, complete monitoring and reporting.
Ensure awareness of current technology, information risk/security risk management top line and emerging risks, industry best practices, controls and solutions.
Engage with Bank stakeholders/divisions to ensure awareness, documentation, and accurate reporting of identified and potential risks (i.e. top line and emerging risks) impacting Comerica LOBs/functions from a Technology Risk, Information Risk/Security Risk perspective.
Execute SLOD review, credible challenge to complete regulatory risk assessments in compliance with guidelines/requirements and/or certifications (i.e. PCI DSS, FFIEC, State Certifications, etc.).
Support development/documentation of required SLOD risk management functions/routines and controls, including deriving accurate and complete technology risk and information risk/security profiles.
Technology Risk, Information Risk/Security Risk Management reporting of noted risks, support mitigation/remediation plans/activities required to monitor risks, and support execution of SLOD functions w/business partners. Prepare related reporting to ensure enterprise/management/board level awareness of Technology Risk, Information Risk/Security Risk Management profiles at aggregate and disaggregate levels.
Maintain currency of professional risk management certifications, and ensure ongoing research and awareness of technology risk, information risk/security risk management platforms, tools, industry controls/frameworks, and provide related guidance, oversight and risk management support to the LOBs and other risk management partners.
Ensure timely completion of all required training/education courses, for Comerica employees. Also, continuous cross-training of colleagues, business partners and other stakeholders is expected, to ensure knowledge-sharing, awareness, and fostering of a proactive risk management culture, which includes compliance with Comericas Enterprise Risk Management framework, policies, standards, assessment, tracking, and mitigation/remediation routines; and awareness of industry best practices.

Position Qualifications

Bachelors Degree from an accredited university in Technology, Computer Science, or Business
8 years of experience in risk management in Technology, Information Security/Risk Management assessments, mitigation/remediation, and evaluation, recommendation and/or implementation of industry best practices, controls, and tools.
5 years of experience and demonstrated knowledge in relative to industry best-practices and frameworks (e.g. COBIT, ISO 31000, NIST SP 800-37).
One of the following certifications: Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), Certified Risk and Information Systems Control (CRISC), Certified Information Security Manager (CISM), Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA) or related certifications.

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Lead Risk Management Analyst

Port of Corpus Christi

Corpus Christi, TX
1 day ago
Corpus Christi, TX
1 day ago

 LEAD RISK MANAGEMENT ANALYST

Port Corpus Christi Authority (PCCA) is currently seeking an energetic professional to assist with the long-term strategic mission of the PCCA relative to risk management. This position will execute and manage a broad range of risk management functions and join a team of qualified professionals dedicated to leading and managing PCCA’s risk management initiatives.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

  • Monitors and ensures compliance with applicable regulatory requirements (federal, state and local) for risk management programs; assists with development and implementation of needed risk management programs including, risk transfer, corporate insurance programs, 1st and 3rd party claims management, recovery claims management and workers’ compensation claims management
  • Conduct reviews of Port contracts to assess risk exposure and formulate insurance requirements
  • Ensures and monitors compliance of insurance requirements via the Certificate of Insurance management system
  • Completes various risk assessments, using adopted risk matrix and methodology, throughout the organization including, but not limited to the Port’s ISO14001 Environmental Management System
  • Prepares Requests for Proposals/Request for Quotations and understands governmental procurement processes and requirements
  • Tracks and compiles the monitoring, analysis and reporting of financial risk exposures, including claims trending, loss runs and various department statistical reports
  • Maintains a high-level understanding of; workers’ compensation programs, claims management; state statutes/requirements i.e.; Texas TORT Claims Act, federal statutes, Port Tariff requirements
  • Coordinates compilation of corporate insurance underwriting information and coverage placement, claims administration, loss forecasting, and analysis to assist in loss reduction
  • Coordinates with key departments/consultants/brokers in managing NAT/CAT claims and coordinating with those managing FEMA grants/claims
  • Establishes risk exposure monitoring and reporting 
  • Ensures the organization and maintenance of the PCCA’s risk management files, records, and reports
  • Performs and understands domestic and/or international claim programs, policies, and procedures for: reporting, investigation, and analysis; litigation management; resolution/outcome management; and the delivery of claim information. Handles mostly routine non-complex claims but, may handle litigated and moderately complex claims.
  • Assists with facilitating the identification of risks throughout the organization; developing, reporting and monitoring formats on risk management issues and developing methodologies for the assessment of risks throughout the organization.
  • Assists with development of training programs for PCCA employees and conducting training for PCCA employees
  • Supports the Director of Risk Management in personnel functions
  • CPR certified or the ability to become CPR certified within the first year of employment
  • Functions in pre and/or post-disaster preparedness as an essential employee and Incident Command Team back-up for the Director of Risk Management

 

CANDIDATE PROFILE

The preferred candidate for this position should be an organized, thorough, and disciplined individual with a focus on maintaining optimal integrity in support of the PCCA. They must possess the following:

EDUCATION & CREDENTIALS

  • Bachelor’s Degree required
  • ARM or CRM designation required
  • Ability to obtain and maintain a Transportation Worker Identification Credential (TWIC) during course of employment
  • Valid driver’s license

 

EXPERIENCE & JOB KNOWLEDGE

  • Minimum of 10 years of experience in positions requiring proficiency in risk management or related industry
  • Experience exercising good judgement, diplomacy and tact when completing assignments and dealing with people
  • Experience creating change in the organization
  • History of creating effective, dynamic, proactive risk solutions
  • Experience exercising both insurance and non-insurance related business risk solutions
  • Possess a broad-based knowledge of operational and financial business risk management programs, concepts and terminology
  • Experience in writing and preparing reports; proficiency in word processing, data research, spreadsheets and database programs

 

TECHNICAL SKILLS

  • Skilled in the application of risk and insurance technical concepts
  • Exceptional organizational and time management skills; detail oriented and creative
  • Ability to handle multiple tasks from inception to completion, work under deadlines, with ability to set priorities, take initiative and exercise sound independent judgment
  • Effective interpersonal, collaboration, and problem-solving skills
  • Professional, dynamic, energetic, positive outlook with “can-do” attitude, self-starter with ability to maintain confidentiality, tact, diplomacy
  • Ability to effectively speak with PCCA staff, internal and external stakeholders and public
  • Comfortable and proficient in public speaking and providing presentations
  • Exceptional writing skills
  • Ability to prepare clear, concise reports, notes, correspondence and other written materials and to review, revise and edit materials
  • Ability to perform research, evaluate alternatives and provide recommendations
  • Proficiency in MS Office, including Word and Excel, Outlook and other related applications
  • Ability to operate standard office equipment. A valid driver’s license required
  • Ability to understand, interpret and apply PCCA policies, SEAPORT values, state/federal laws

 

ESSENTIAL PHYSICAL JOB FUNCTIONS

  • Ability to perform essential job functions, including but not limited to frequent standing, walking, sitting, speaking or hearing, typing and occasional reaching, stooping, kneeling, lifting and/or moving up to 15 pounds with or without reasonable accommodation
  • Must be able to walk and stand on level or unlevel surfaces
  • Ability to work in a general office environment, with some exposure to the elements when conducting investigations or audits
  • Ability to operate standard office equipment and to work the requisite hours to fulfill position objectives, including evenings and/or weekends, as needed

 

APPLICATION PROCESS

Interested and qualified candidates must apply online at www.portofcc.com on or before March 12, 2021, 11:59 PM CST.

If you are selected for a position with PCCA, your employment will be contingent upon submission to and successful completion of a drug test and alcohol screening as well as a verification of information and qualifications provided during the selection process.

As part of our dedication to the diversity of our workforce, PCCA is committed to Equal Employment Opportunity. Applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard for race, color, gender, religion, national origin, disability, veteran status, military status, age, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information or any other protected group status.

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Director of Risk Management

Another Source

Pomona, CA
21 days ago
Pomona, CA
21 days ago

This is your chance to make a difference at Cal Poly Pomona! Join them as their Director of Risk Management and help set the tone for the entire Risk Management department while helping shape what enterprise risk will look like at the University. The Director of Risk Management is responsible for actively managing and implementing risk management programs and strategies aimed at creating a well-rounded and proactive culture of risk assessment, management and prevention; develops, implements and maintains programs and procedures that minimize university risk; and ensures compliance with CSU Executive Orders and university policies that relate to insurance and risk management.


Another Source is assisting Cal Poly Pomona in recruiting a Director of Risk Management to join their team. This role is open due to retirement and will be part of setting the tone for the Risk Management department while helping shape what enterprise risk will look like at the University. This is an immediate opening and will require someone to be on site as the University prepares for the campus community to return in person.  

 

The Role: 

Reporting to the Interim Senior Associate Vice President for Facilities Planning & Management, the Director of Risk Management is responsible for actively managing and implementing risk management programs and strategies aimed at creating a well-rounded and proactive culture of risk assessment, management and prevention; develops, implements and maintains programs and procedures that minimize university risk; and ensures compliance with CSU Executive Orders and university policies that relate to insurance and risk management. The CSU Risk Management Authority (CSURMA) has a wide range of insurance programs (24 total) including, but not limited to-Property, Special Event, Foreign Travel, Athletic Injury Medical Expense, Student Academic Field Experience For Credited Liability Insurance Program, Student Professional Liability Insurance Program, etc. 

 

You will maintain collaborative and consultative relationships with on-campus and off-campus partners to plan, review and implement an overall risk management process for the campus. Included in the on and off-campus partners are: Environmental Health and Safety (EH&S), Emergency and Disaster Preparedness, Business Continuity Planning, Workers' Compensation, Human Resources, Procurement, Facilities Management, Internal Auditor, Faculty and those involved with academic programs and student support services, Chancellor's Office System-wide Risk Management and Office of General Counsel as well as the CSURMA insurance services administrator, Alliant Insurance Services. 

 

  • In the short term, this role will be highly involved with the Safer Return Task Force (Site assessments) 
  • 30% Risk & Insurance Programs and Claims Against the University 
  • 20% Risk Assessment and Risk Transfer 
  • 20% Public Records Act (PRA) Requests and Information Requests 
  • 10% Foreign Travel 
  • 10% State Vehicle Inventory, Vehicle Claims & Property Damage Claim 
  • 10% OMV Pull Notice, Defensive Driver Training, Department of Transportation Medical Exam and CHP Vehicle Inspection Programs 

 

Cal Poly Pomona currently offers bachelor's degrees in 94 majors, 39 master's degrees, 13 teaching credentials and a doctorate across 9 distinct academic colleges. This is a tremendous opportunity for someone looking to partner with senior leadership to help build the risk department in a unique and complex environment serving a variety of stakeholders. CPP’s history and geography are unlike any other university in the region. Nowhere else can students ride an Arabian horse, practice on a Steinway piano, bring a new product to market, and build a liquid-fueled rocket. 

 

  • Student size- nearly 28,000 
  •  Faculty and staff- 3,000  
  • # of clubs – over 300 
  • 4.2 million total square feet of space, comprised of 200 buildings, 1400 acres of land 

 

Experience, knowledge, and skills you will bring: 

  • Bachelor's Degree in business administration, human services or a related field. Valid California Driver's license and auto insurance. 
  • Five plus years of progressively responsible experience involving risk management and claims management that would enable the individual to successfully perform the functions of the position as described in the position description. 
  • Knowledge of CSURMA insurance programs and coverages (approx. 24) Knowledge of claims handling. (Desired) 
  • Knowledge of MS Office Suite, and other software such as PeopleSoft. Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Make timely decisions. Ability to establish and maintain cooperative working relationship in a diverse multicultural environment. 
  • Experience working in the CSU system in Risk Management (Desired) knowledge of iVos Claims Management Systems Software. (Desired) 
  • Valid California Driver's license and insurance; ability to operate a motor vehicle for the purpose of driving to off-campus, work-related activities such as hearings and workshops. 

 

EQUAL OPPORTUNTY/AFFIRMATIVE ACTION EMPLOYER 
California State Polytechnic University, Pomona is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employer. The university seeks to recruit and retain a diverse workforce as a reflection of our commitment to serve the people of California, to maintain the excellence of the university, and to offer our students richly varied disciplines, perspectives, and ways of knowing. Cal Poly Pomona subscribes to all state and federal regulations and prohibits discrimination based on race, color, religion, national origin, sex, gender identity/gender expression, sexual orientation, marital status, pregnancy, age, disability, genetic information, medical condition, and covered veteran status. The university hires only individuals lawfully authorized to work in the United States. As required by the Clery Disclosure Act, the university’s annual security report is available at http://dsa.cpp.edu/police/securityreport.asp

 

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Risk Management and Patient Experience Associate

Community Care Access Centre

1 day ago
1 day ago

Bring your expertise in risk management and quality improvement to this regular full-time role as a Risk Management Associate for the Central West LHIN.

Under the direction of the Director, Quality and Risk Management, this position will manage the processes to support the performance review of patient critical incidents and complaints, the daily administration of the Event Tracking Management System (ETMS) and the Healthcare Insurance Reciprocal of Canada HIROC’s Claims Management processes.  

This role aligns with Home and Community Care Support Services structure.

MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES

Enterprise Risk Management Program

  • Supports the establishment and maintenance of the Enterprise Risk register and internal and external reporting processes.
  • Assesses the risk culture and develops an annual plan to build risk awareness and capacity in all aspects of the LHIN business functions.
  • Prepares and presents customized quarterly ERM reports to Senior Management.

Event Tracking Management System (ETMS)

  • Establishes and maintains a full suite for reports on ETMS Occurrences and Risk Register profile, customized to meet stakeholder needs at all levels of Central WestLHIN.
  • Reviews and assesses the online patient incident reports on an ongoing daily basis.
  • Works collaboratively with Service Provider Organizations to ensure timely and effective response to risk events.
  • Maintains and ensures user profiles are up to date for ETMS.
  • Responds to routine inquiries from other departments, clients, service provider agencies and other external sources related to ETMSs.
  • Prepares, proofreads, and distributes letters, reports, and other material related to ETMS incidents as required.
  • Establishes and maintains a secure filing system for all proprietary information related to claims management, contracts, etc.
  • Participates in the design and ensures the maintenance of the electronic filing systems, specifically for the Complaints and Risk events communicated to the Service Providers and other stakeholders.
  • Coordinates all aspects of meetings related to the ETMSs.

Patient Experience

  • Works collaboratively with Service Provider Organizations and internal stakeholders to ensure timely responses to patient complaints.
  • Reviews and assesses the online and verbal patient complaints reports on an ongoing daily basis.
  • Manages the Patient Experience survey processes.
  • Prepares customized Patient Experience reports for departmental, corporate and board level decision-making and planning purposes.
  • Prepares, proofreads, and distributes letters, reports, and other material related to patient complaints. Facilitates to appropriate use of Patient Experience tools and promote the voice of the patient in all aspects of work as appropriate.

Quality of Care Review Process

  • Establishes and maintains a corporate compendium of action plans following Quality of Care Reviews in response to an adverse event. This will include tracking the status and completion of recommendations arising from these reviews and documented verification of disclosure.
  • Coordinates and facilitates all aspects of meetings related to Quality of Care reviews, including the use of Root Cause Analysis, Constellation mapping, etc.
  • Coaches Central West LHIN managers, staff, and Service Provider Organizations (SPOs) on the process to conduct reviews and effectively manage the incident review process.
  • Audits statistical reports for accuracy and completeness and distributes the information as per established schedules.
  • Prepare and present regularpatient complaints analysis and reports according to the established schedule.

Reporting

  • Prepares customized Patient Safety and Patient Experience reports for departmental, corporate and board level decision-making and planning purposes.
  • Prepare quarterly ETMS reports for Service Provider Performance Reviews in consultation with the Contracts Department.

Education

  • Designs, develops, delivers and evaluates a comprehensive education program in order to develop a risk aware culture at Central West LHIN.
  • Provides ongoing coaching and just in time training for Central West LHIN staff and Services Provider organizations as the need arises.

Other

  • Ensure full compliance with provisions under the Personal Health Information Protection Act, 2004 (PHIPA).
  • Performs other related duties as assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Post-secondary education in Risk Management, Quality Improvement, Patient Safety, or equivalent experience.
  • Minimum of three years’ job related experience in risk management, quality improvement, or coordinator/ team leader position in a health environment.
  • Supplementary training/certification in Quality Improvement, Patient Safety, Patient Experience and Project Management would be an asset.
  • Risk Management certification would be an asset.
  • Advanced proficiency with a variety of software applications (MS Word, MS Access, Excel, Windows Explorer, and PowerPoint, Visio).
  • Proficiency in the use of a range of risk management tools, including Risk Assessment, Heat Mapping, Root Cause Analysis, Constellation Mapping, Failure More and Effect Analysis, etc.
  • Understanding of principles of risk management, quality improvement, change management, basic statistics and adult education.
  • Experience in preparing statistical reports.
  • Experience working with Event Tracking Management System (ETMS) or equivalent is an asset.

Who We Are:

A mosaic of geographic and cultural diversity and home to over 922,000 local residents, the Central West LHIN plans, integrates, funds and monitors the local health care system for the regions of Brampton, Caledon, Dufferin, Malton, North Etobicoke and West Woodbridge. Through the Patients First Act, LHINs are also responsible for the delivery of home and community care services and primary care planning, resulting in a better experience for both patients and those who care for them.

Employees at the Central West LHIN enjoy a competitive compensation package, which includes a comprehensive benefit plan. We are committed to creating a work environment that fosters continuous learning at all levels of our organization, including ongoing internal learning opportunities, formal training events and conferences.

How to Apply:

If you are career minded and an ambitious person seeking a chance to be part of a team that’s truly making a difference in the lives of others, please apply on-line at http://lhinjobs.ca/. 

We are committed to accommodating people with disabilities as part of our hiring process. If you have special requirements, please advise Human Resources during the recruitment process.

We are governed by the requirements of the French Language Services Act and, therefore, encourage applications from bilingual candidates. Posting available in French upon request.

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Technology Risk Manager

Comerica Incorporated

Auburn Hills, MI
1 day ago
Auburn Hills, MI
1 day ago

Technology Risk Manager

The Technology Risk Manager role has overall responsibility for the development and maintenance of second line of defense technology and information risk management, including oversight of cyber risk, risk assessment methodologies for Comericas IT applications and supporting infrastructure, oversight of IT policy/standards development, and evaluation of the suitability of IT risk acceptances in context of risk appetite. This role will include the maintenance of the technology and information-related risk management and risk reporting framework, including identification and reporting of key IT risks and Key Risk Indicators (KRIs), risk control self-assessments (RCSAs) for risks related to the achievement of Comericas IT objectives, and participation in and management of IT governance committees.
Position Competencies

Successful incumbents can manage and lead others; can coach and develop reports; is results driven; have plan and organize skills; decisive judgment skills.
Position Responsibilities:

Maintain methodology and facilitate execution of inherent and residual IT application risk assessments and other technology risk assessments.
Challenge IT policy/standards development to ensure conformity with best practices and regulatory guidelines/requirements.
Maintain the technology- and information-related risk management framework/taxonomy, including identification and reporting of IT risks and Key Risk Indicators (KRIs) and ensure integration with Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) framework.
Monitor and challenge key cyber security processes, system development, and technology operations processes, among others.
Monitor, oversee, and track technology/IT policy-related risk acceptances.
Participate in and/or manage IT risk oversight committees.
Oversee/challenge risk control self-assessments (RCSAs) for risks related to the achievement of Comericas IT objectives.
Design and maintain processes to assess third party IT-related risk.

Position Qualifications

Bachelors degree from an accredited university in Business, Finance, or Technology from an accredited university
10 years of experience in technology risk management or related field
3 year of experience utilizing Microsoft Office Products (Word, Excel, PowerPoint and MS Outlook)

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Director - Technology Risk, North America General Insurance

AIIM

Charlotte, NC
1 day ago
Charlotte, NC
1 day ago

The Director - Technology Risk (TRD) for General Insurance (GI) North America reports to the Global Head of Technology Risk, and is responsible for the technology risk management program in the GI North America business units (BU). The TRD partners with the Global AIG Technology Risk Management teams to identify, assess, and monitor technology risk.

AIG is undergoing a significant transformation, known as AIG 200, which will position the company for the future. The successful candidate will need to have in depth experience of identification and management of IT risks though large-scale transformation, as well as a strong knowledge of IT risks in a digital environment, as well as with service provision using partner organizations. Just as important for success will be a demonstrated ability to partner with multiple stakeholders, such as BU management & IT Leadership to ensure the risks are presented in such a way that they are understood, and a commitment is made to appropriate mitigation

The TRD also works on accessing, monitoring, and remediating new and existing technologies, technology processes, and technology risk associated with third parties.

Your contribution at AIG

The TRD works in partnership with key stakeholders including IT and BU leadership, Enterprise Risk Management, Internal and External Audit and Regulators, Legal and Compliance, to:

Participate in risk governance forums (executive councils and steering committees)
Identify new and existing technology risk and regulatory requirements
Monitor technology program/project risk
Monitor new business initiatives for emerging technology risk
Identify and participate in industry and standards forums
Serve as a trusted technology risk advisor to key stakeholders within BU
Stay abreast of relevant technology risk regulatory requirements and syndicate with BU and ERM colleagues, as relevant
Oversee risk assessment and treatment processes
Monitor BU and IT reporting of Key Risk Indicators and operational metrics

What we are looking for

Experience

10+ years of experience in technology or risk management at a global company
10+ years of experience in risk, control or governance disciplines
Preferred: Degree in a technology or risk-related field
Preferred: Financial Services experience in a risk management role

Technology & Risk Skills

IT governance and technology risk management principles and best practices
Management of IT Risk though large-scale transformation programs
In depth understanding of identification and management of IT risks arising from:
Digital product delivery
Cloud hosting
Robotic Process Automation
IT delivery using external partners

Preferred: Knowledge and skills across

ISACA Risk IT framework
ISO 31000-series and 27000-series, 13335
NIST Cybersecurity framework
ISF Standards of Good Practice
IT delivery via SecDevOps

Core Skills

COMMUNICATION 

Excellent interpersonal and oral/written communication skills
Effectively translate technology risk into business risk
Culture change agent
Active listening
Building rapport
Collaborative style, comfortable providing feedback
Drive risk engagement through training and awareness
Client satisfaction and customer service skills

TEAMWORK 

Excellent negotiation, collaboration, facilitation and coordination
Negotiate prioritization and treatment of risk issues that span:
Legal and compliance
Audit and regulatory obligations
Across various lines of business and shared service areas

OPERATIONAL EXCELLENCE 

Excellent program and project management

BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE 

Strong understanding of business operations
Understand key business products
Understand front office revenue streams
Understand customer value proposition
Preferred Insurance sector business knowledge

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Enterprise Risk, Internal Controls & Audit Specialist - Charles Schwab Corporation Dedicated Supervisory Team

Federal Reserve Bank (FRB)

San Francisco, CA
30+ days ago
San Francisco, CA
30+ days ago
The Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco (FRBSF) has an excellent opportunity to serve as the Enterprise Risk, Internal Controls & Audit Specialist on the supervisory team dedicated to The Charles Schwab Corporation (CSC). FRBSF's Financial Institution Supervision and Credit Division supervises financial institutions and service providers to financial institutions in the western United States. Our mission is to ensure a safe, sound, and accessible financial system. Under delegated authority from the Board of Governors, the FRBSF provides regulatory oversight of CSC, a financial institution with over $6 trillion in client assets under management and consolidated on-balance sheet assets of more than $400 billion. The firm's senior executives are primarily located in San Francisco, with significant additional employee presence in Denver, West Lake (Texas), Phoenix, and Omaha. The company's operations include retail brokerage, custody, asset management, investment management, retail banking, and retirement products and services.

This is an exciting time to join the CSC dedicated supervisory team. As a growing firm within the Large Foreign Banking Organization (LFBO) portfolio, CSC is subject to tailored Category III Dodd-Frank Act Enhanced Prudential Standards and will be subject to heightened regulatory scrutiny. The successful candidate will have the opportunity to be exposed to the development of, and directly monitor, emerging activities in an assessment of the firm's continued safety and soundness within the financial industry, and will report to the Governance & Controls/Operational Resiliency Manager on a team of risk specialists and commissioned examiners responsible for the assessment of CSC's Governance & Controls under the Federal Reserve's Large Financial Institutions Ratings Framework.

The successful candidate is a team-oriented individual who will work closely with CSC supervisory team members and others to evaluate the effectiveness of CSC's enterprise risk, internal controls, audit, and risk governance frameworks across the three lines of defense. The incumbent will develop a significant depth and breadth of knowledge of CSC's audit (internal and external) function, internal controls environment and supporting risk systems, enterprise risk profile and related risk management practices, act as Examiner-In-Charge (EIC) of related supervisory events, conduct horizontal benchmarking, and will routinely interact with internal and System-level colleagues, other regulators, and the firm's senior management and staff.

This is a rotational position of generally no longer than five years with the expectation that the candidate remains in this role for a minimum of three years.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Lead the development and execution of a strong supervisory program for evaluating CSC's enterprise risk, internal controls, audit, and risk management practices in accordance with the Federal Reserve's LFBO program requirements.
  • Evaluate the firm's enterprise risk rating and issues management frameworks, processes, and support systems in order to assess the accuracy and effectiveness of the firm's internal controls environment and practices.
  • Engage with the firm's audit leadership to understand CSC audit plan execution and audit results, as well as with CSC risk management to understand critical risk initiatives and programs, and emerging concerns.
  • Conduct timely and periodic risk analyses of audit reports (internal and external), audit workpapers, and enterprise risk management information systems (MIS) to identify issues and trends within CSC's internal audit, internal controls, and enterprise risk management environments and practices. Incorporate results of team member evaluations of internal control testing, and reviews of internal audit reports and workpapers, into overall conclusions and assessment of coverage areas.
  • Execute supervisory strategies and develop creative approaches for evaluating CSC's internal controls, audit, and enterprise risk management practices relative to peer companies. Devise methods to efficiently incorporate internal and market-based surveillance data into the ongoing supervision process.
  • Develop and maintain a high level of technical expertise in risk and audit supervision, Large Bank Holding Company supervision, Savings and Loan Holding Company supervision, and general Safety and Soundness supervision. Maintain an awareness of potential changes to key rules, laws and regulations, and supervisory policies as applicable to CSC.
  • Act as Examiner-In-Charge of supervisory events related to activities in noted coverage areas. Oversee on-site inspection activities, assess findings, draw conclusions, and recommend ratings. Manage exam staff through ongoing coaching, mentoring and performance feedback.
  • Develop ad hoc analyses and contribute to key portions of supervisory products such as monthly, quarterly, and year-end reports, risk assessments, LFBO program documents, and presentations to CSC management and the board.
  • Develop and maintain effective working relationships within the team, with peers, within FRBSF, the Federal Reserve System, with other regulatory agencies, and with the supervised firm.
  • Demonstrate agility and leadership through ability to cover other non-financial risk topics not specifically captured in areas of coverage, based on team need.

Positions Requirements:
  • Be a U.S. Citizen, U.S. National, or hold a permanent resident/green card with intent to become a U.S. Citizen.
  • Bachelor's degree in business administration, finance, or another related field is required. An advanced degree is preferred.
  • An examiner commission from a federal or state banking supervisory agency, or the relevant experience, is preferred but not required. Certified Internal Auditor (CIA) and/or Project Management Professional (PMP) certifications are preferred but not required.
  • Seven or more years of direct or comparable banking, financial industry, or banking supervision experience in a variety of activities. A successful candidate will demonstrate experience across a number of disciplines, including but not limited to: internal controls and operational risk frameworks, risk rating and issues management standards and systems, audit, enterprise risk management, change management, agile risk management, project and program management.
  • Advanced analytical skills and the ability to apply and explain complex regulatory concepts.
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills.
  • Capacity to identify and pursue multiple initiatives simultaneously and deliver superior results with minimal or no supervision.
  • Ability to travel up to 25 percent.
  • Candidates for this position must have demonstrated performance in core technical and behavioral competencies. Primary behavioral competencies to be evaluated include: Collaboration, Influence, Emotional Intelligence, Development, Accountability, Leadership, Achievement, Critical Thinking, and Innovation.

The Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco believes in the diversity of our people, ideas, and experiences and are committed to building an inclusive culture that is representative of the communities we serve.

We will ensure that individuals with disabilities are provided reasonable accommodation to participate in the job application or interview process, to perform essential job functions, and to receive other benefits and privileges of employment.

The Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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Early Careers | Risk Management | Salt Lake City

Goldman Sachs

Salt Lake City, UT
30+ days ago
Salt Lake City, UT
30+ days ago

 

 

 

Please note division and function examples are representative of opportunities common for this skill-set. The list is not exhaustive, and availability of open roles is determined based on business need. Specific roles will be confirmed through the interview process.


Embedded in everything we do, risk management is key to effectively identifying, monitoring and anticipating the diverse array of risks the firm faces in serving clients and operating its global businesses, including credit risk, market risk, liquidity risk operational risk and model risk. Risk teams focus on giving the firm clarity on the risk profile of our activities and devise strategies to protect the firm’s ability to serve our clients effectively.  They embody excellent judgment and analytical thinking.

 

Divisions and Job Functions

 

Please note division and function examples are representative of opportunities common for this skill-set. The list is not exhaustive, and availability of open roles is determined based on business need. Specific roles will be confirmed through the interview process.

Consumer externally known as Marcus by Goldman Sachs, is comprised of the firm’s digitally-led consumer businesses, which include our deposits and lending businesses, as well as our personal financial management app, Clarity Money. Consumer combines the strength and heritage of a 150-year-old financial institution with the agility and entrepreneurial spirit of a tech start-up. Through the use of machine learning and intuitive design, we provide customers with powerful tools that are grounded in value, transparency and simplicity to help them make smarter decisions about money.

  • Credit Risk builds the credit strategy for the digital consumer lending business at Goldman Sachs
  • Business Risk is considered the first-line of defense for the digital consumer lending business at Goldman Sachs.
  • Business Controls supports all of the Marcus US Deposits Risk Management and Control Functions, interfacing with other functions, supporting the business. The team plays a vital role in managing first line of defense, operational risk and business controls.
  • Workforce Management (WFM) is a specialist team ensuring adequate coverage for the business operation, by partnering with business stakeholders and operation management team to resolve critical workforce management gaps and continue to polish the policy.
  • Delivery is our front-line for customer care. Our specialists are dedicated to providing a differentiated customer experience by placing our customers at the center of everything we do

 

Alternative Investments and Manager Selection (AIMS) provides investors with investment and advisory solutions, across leading hedge fund managers, private equity funds, real estate managers, public equity strategies fixed income strategies and environmental, social and governance integrated and impact investments.

 

  • AIMS Operational Due Diligence performs thorough risk assessment and monitoring of investment advisers in order to manage various risks, including reputational, legal and operational risks
  • AIMS Risk Management and AnalyticsEvaluates market, portfolio, and operational risks through in-depth performance and risk analyses; applying them to the development and implementation of new products, hedging strategies and liquidity management programs across the AIMS platform. 

 

Risk aims to effectively identify, monitor, evaluate and manage the firm’s financial and operational risks - including reputational risk - in support of the firm’s strategic plan. Operating in a fast changing environment and utilizing the best in class risk framework, Risk teams are analytically curious, have an aptitude for challenges and an unwavering commitment to excellence.

 

  • Credit Risk assesses the creditworthiness and financial strength of clients to determine acceptable levels of credit exposure
  • Liquidity Risk controls and oversees the firm’s liquidity risk management framework, including stress testing and limit governance
  • Market Risk assesses, monitors and manages the firm’s risk due to changes in market conditions
  • Enterprise Risk Management coordinates the planning, organizing, leading and controlling of activities to minimize the effects of risk on capital and earnings
  • Credit Research Group (CRG) is responsible for researching and analyzing the credit worthiness of the counterparties Goldman Sachs does business with. CRG is responsible for setting internal credit ratings based upon financial reviews & developing financial models which help determine our firm’s appetite for business with any given counterparty
  • Divisional Risk Teams

 

Internal Audit assesses the firm’s internal control structure, advises management on developing control solutions, and monitors the implementation of these measures. Working in this department means you’ll be providing reasonable assurance that financial reporting is reliable, there is compliance with applicable laws and regulations and the firm’s operations are effectively controlled.

 

BASIC QUALIFICATIONS

  • Bachelor’s degree (2017 – December 2020)
  • 0-3 years of prior work experience in a relevant field.
  • Proficient to advanced skills with MS Office (Excel, PowerPoint, Word, Outlook)
  • Highly organized with exceptional attention to detail and follow-through
  • Strong ability to manage multiple projects with competing deadlines
  • Team player with positive attitude and strong work ethic
  • Strong communication skills (written and verbal)
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced environment
  • Strong financial analysis/modeling experience
  • Ability to adapt quickly to a variety of industries and businesses
  • Ability to self-direct, analyze and evaluate and form independent judgments
  • Ability to interact and build relationships with a wide range of people
  • Commercially savvy with ability to exercise discretion with respect to highly confidential/sensitive information
  • Passion for analyzing data, finding insights, and using it to build new strategies
  • Experience building, improving, or analyzing risk management
  • Integrity, ethical standards and sound judgment
  • Some roles will require proficiency in R, Python, or similar for statistical modeling and analyzing time-series data

ABOUT GOLDMAN SACHS


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We believe who you are makes you better at what you do. We're committed to fostering and advancing diversity and inclusion in our own workplace and beyond by ensuring every individual within our firm has a number of opportunities to grow professionally and personally, from our training and development opportunities and firmwide networks to benefits, wellness and personal finance offerings and mindfulness programs. Learn more about our culture, benefits, and people at GS.com/careers.
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Description

Technology Risk & Information Risk Management Analyst

The Technology Risk & Information Risk Management Analyst, VP, role will be responsible for providing oversight, consulting and risk management assessment/support, and reporting functions relative to Comericas Lines of Business (LOBs) and other divisions. This role will also be in accordance with utilizing their specialized skillset to engage with business partners and shared services stakeholders to provide consulting support to drive awareness and compliance with the Banks enterprise risk management framework, policies and standards. This role will ensure independent risk assessments, oversight and consulting support to promote proactive risk identification, mitigation and remediation of risk, to ensure protection of customers and the Banks data and other assets.

Position Competencies

The successful incumbents have high technical proficiency, analytics and solution-oriented thinking; must have the ability to independently take on assignments, review and interpret data and analytics; must be solution-oriented, and capable of anticipating and meeting the needs of a demanding work load.

Position Responsibilities:

Execute Second Line of Defense (SLOD) risk management functions relative to Technology Risk, Information Risk/Security risk management by working with the LOBs and other bank stakeholders/divisions to risk review areas, related process, etc., providing credible challenge regarding risk assessments, controls, strategic direction and other activities pertaining to the LOBs and Comerica.
Ensure awareness of technology and information risk/security risks in the LOBs/Comerica and provide consulting support and direction to drive proactive risk identification, mitigation/remediation, and accurate, complete monitoring and reporting.
Ensure awareness of current technology, information risk/security risk management top line and emerging risks, industry best practices, controls and solutions.
Engage with Bank stakeholders/divisions to ensure awareness, documentation, and accurate reporting of identified and potential risks (i.e. top line and emerging risks) impacting Comerica LOBs/functions from a Technology Risk, Information Risk/Security Risk perspective.
Execute SLOD review, credible challenge to complete regulatory risk assessments in compliance with guidelines/requirements and/or certifications (i.e. PCI DSS, FFIEC, State Certifications, etc.).
Support development/documentation of required SLOD risk management functions/routines and controls, including deriving accurate and complete technology risk and information risk/security profiles.
Technology Risk, Information Risk/Security Risk Management reporting of noted risks, support mitigation/remediation plans/activities required to monitor risks, and support execution of SLOD functions w/business partners. Prepare related reporting to ensure enterprise/management/board level awareness of Technology Risk, Information Risk/Security Risk Management profiles at aggregate and disaggregate levels.
Maintain currency of professional risk management certifications, and ensure ongoing research and awareness of technology risk, information risk/security risk management platforms, tools, industry controls/frameworks, and provide related guidance, oversight and risk management support to the LOBs and other risk management partners.
Ensure timely completion of all required training/education courses, for Comerica employees. Also, continuous cross-training of colleagues, business partners and other stakeholders is expected, to ensure knowledge-sharing, awareness, and fostering of a proactive risk management culture, which includes compliance with Comericas Enterprise Risk Management framework, policies, standards, assessment, tracking, and mitigation/remediation routines; and awareness of industry best practices.

Position Qualifications

Bachelors Degree from an accredited university in Technology, Computer Science, or Business
8 years of experience in risk management in Technology, Information Security/Risk Management assessments, mitigation/remediation, and evaluation, recommendation and/or implementation of industry best practices, controls, and tools.
5 years of experience and demonstrated knowledge in relative to industry best-practices and frameworks (e.g. COBIT, ISO 31000, NIST SP 800-37).
One of the following certifications: Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), Certified Risk and Information Systems Control (CRISC), Certified Information Security Manager (CISM), Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA) or related certifications.

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Source: Comerica Incorporated