Job Details

$140000 - $170000 per annum
Job Type
Eugena Gong
7 months ago
The Organisation & The Role:

Our client is a Tier-1 Financial Institution in Australia with a well established 'three lines of defence' and risk & compliance structure. This unique role functions as an 'Engineer' for the Line 2 Risk Assurance standards improvement, planning and governance reporting.

Your Responsibilities:

  • Monitor and continuously improve the methodologies and standards of 2nd Line Risk Assurance, across SOX Prudential, Operational Risk, Compliance and Project domains in line with regulatory change and evolving risk management practice.
  • Oversee plan governance (i.e. initial approval and quarterly updates), ideation of emerging risks and key focus areas that should be considered for coverage, and manage integration with assurance teams across 1st and 3rd lines of defence.
  • Act as a 'Project Manager' , lead and coordinate annual assurance testing and any transformation initiatives, such as Analytics & Automation strategies.
  • Perform independent reviews and evaluations along the 'change' process, decide on the priorities, challenge ideas and influence the senior leadership team.
  • Lead Risk Committee reporting presented at Board and Executive levels.
  • Work closely with the Head of Risk and Credit Assurance in the development of reports that clearly articulate purpose, are logically structure, include engaging content and good use of data and visuals to support key messages being reported, and comply with requirements set by Secretariat and Group Risk Governance.
  • 5+ years of experience in Financial Services (open to assurance, risk & compliance, quality assurance, practice management, program management, governance backgrounds).
  • Update to date knowledge of emerging risks in the current Banking & Financial Services industry.
  • Proficient at facilitating meetings and presenting complex information and solutions to different target audiences.
  • Strong stakeholder management skills (have confidence, influencing and partnering skills with the leadership team).
  • Ability to help business leaders to land on practical solutions that are ‘fit for purpose’ for the Risk Assurance Plan.
  • Ability to effectively and efficiently develop and review risk assurance plans, strategy documents, and Committee papers.
  • Relevant qualifications are desirable (eg. CA, CISA, CIA, FRM, MBA).
  • Skills of using tools to analyse and present risk & compliance data (Tableau, Power BI, Clickview etc.) to support and articulate key insights.

For further information on this role or to confidentially apply, please send an up to date CV to contact Eugena Gong on 02 8227 9200 or apply directly via the 'Apply for this job' button. Only WORD FORMAT resumes will be accepted.