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Manager, Enterprise Risk Management

  • Job
    Senior Level
  • Business, Operations & Strategy
  • $90.7K - $113.3K
  • 3d left


  • ERM Strategy and Planning:
  • Assists CRO in developing, implementing and administration of the ERM framework at TSA ensuring coordination of programs:
  • Identify stakeholders that require information to make decisions on risks facing TSA and assist in establishing policies/procedures to ensure the right information is available;
  • Provide input and recommendation to selection of risks across categories/groups; and implement appropriate assessment of risks and controls;
  • Contribute to the identification and monitoring of actions to strengthen the controls, identification of operational loss events and emerging risks;
  • Plan, prepare and carry out risk identification and assessment workshops with business units to identify and prioritize risks and assess the effectiveness of controls;
  • Develop and facilitate risk management training with business areas
  • Develop and track key risk indicators to monitor trends in the organization’s risk profile
  • Develop, implement and maintain tools and methodologies for identifying, logging, quantifying and reporting risks / losses consistently as required (register, software/system, etc)
  • Assess processes and strategies in place to mitigate risks, identify new ways to further enhance the business risk mitigation and improve the overall risk return profile
  • Support the CRO with emergency management and business continuity planning for THQ as assigned
  • Responsible for effectively and efficiently project managing ERM projects and performance reporting (risk database, tracking and reporting)
  • Contributes to the overall functioning of the ERM department including integration with insurance and loss control activities
  • ERM Analysis and Reporting to relevant TSA stakeholders:
  • Coordinate and prepare quarterly departmental ERM reports for the CRO review for presentation to Risk Committee and other relevant boards etc as assigned (reports, summaries, dashboards, presentations and process documents)
  • Submit recommendations, findings, enhancement requirements, and business cases/proposals to CRO for discussion and approval
  • Develop and maintain relationships in relation to ERM & Subject Matter Expert:
  • Develop and maintain effective communication linkages and relationships with business units to discuss and resolve issues, and exchange information of mutual concern in relation to ERM
  • Liaise with business areas and ensure that risk monitoring, management and reporting of key risk exposures are appropriately set at the enterprise level through independent monitoring;
  • Challenge risk/control owners assessments of their risks and controls on a regular basis;
  • Motivate business areas to manage their risks by applying the ERM policy and framework and demonstrate the value of the policy and process;
  • Advise business areas on technical elements of risk management which involves risk identification, assessment, mitigation planning, monitoring, triggers/responses, evaluation and reporting (ISO/COSO standards for ERM)
  • Maintain relevance with emerging issues, trends, and strategies; stay up-to-date on the latest issues in order to anticipate risks within The Army’s environment
  • Interact/interface with staff / officer at division and ministry unit levels to provide guidance on ERM requirements related to policy development, issues management or other new project-based initiatives (ie. Support risk analysis tools used for project submissions and reporting)
  • Complete other ERM related tasks as assigned

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