|Location:||Australia, Australian Capital Territory, Bibra Lake, Brisbane, Coos, Docklands, Gateshead, Griffith, Hobart, South Australia, South Brisbane, Strathalbyn, Tasmania, Traralgon, Travis County, Western Australia|
About the Role
The Associate Director Risk Partnering has overall responsibility for developing and coordinating the implementation of risk management strategies, programs and projects to identify and minimise all forms of risk. Sets the companies ultimate risk limits. Responsibilities will include:
- Develop the risk management strategies and tactics for consideration by the board to enhance the organisations capacity to cost effectively identify, manage and minimise all forms of unacceptable risk.
- Develop the risk management policies, practices and standards for application and educate and advise on their implementation. Enable a professional and consistent approach to achieving business objectives throughout the organisation.
- Lead projects to develop and implement systems for the identification, recording, management and reporting of risk and monitor the efficiency of the systems and their application.
- Provide a consultancy and education service to all divisions/units in risk management to enable them to identify risk and successfully implement programs to manage unacceptable risk.
- Monitor business planning, strategy and activities throughout the organisation to identify unforeseen risk and initiate risk evaluation management.
- Set up and manager projects using outsourced services and internal staff to tackle major risk management issues and opportunities. Develop risk management strategies and systems to meet project objectives, targets and budgets.
- Monitor, review and report to the board on risk management performance and practice throughout the organisation to identify and tackle areas for improvement.
- Meet the organisation's policies and standards for its staff including integrity, ethics and equity requirements.
Your skills, qualifications and experiences will include:
- 7+ years experience in risk, preferably in the financial services industry.
- Ability to apply detailed knowledge and understanding of the operational risk and compliance management framework, methodologies and controls to business activities
- Experience in coaching & advising business managers on the application of the effective use of operational risk and compliance management framework to evaluate risks in order to achieve business outcomes
- Ability to analyse the effectiveness of the existing risk & compliance framework and identifies enhancements methodologies & controls
- Strong stakeholder engagement and influencing skills
At MLC Wealth, we believe success comes from our people. We're committed to supporting our people as you help us build a business and culture that affects positive change for our clients - and for the community too.
From education and volunteer leave to learning benefits and banking discounts, we offer access to a wide range of employee benefits. For more information please visit here.
To be eligible to apply, you must have Australian or New Zealand citizenship or permanent residency status. Please note candidate screening and interviews may be conducted prior to the closing date of the job advert.
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