MUFG Union Bank Central Risk and Control Office–Policy Implementation Support, Vice President in Tempe, Arizona
Central Risk and Control Office–Policy Implementation Support, Vice President - 10047181-WD
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The Central Risk and Control Office (CRCO) is responsible for enabling the timely, sustainable and effective first line of defense (FLoD) execution of risk management frameworks defined by the second line of defense (SLoD). As a part of this role, the CRCO is establishing a process to track and report on risk policy implementation within the FLoD.
The position of Vice President – Policy Implementation Oversight will support the CRCO by developing, maintaining, and overseeing the risk policy change management process and related reporting and escalation processes to support FLOD risk policy implementation.
Detailed Role Responsibilities
Develop, maintain, and oversee the risk policy change management process (i.e. policy intake from the SLoD and supervising FLod implementation of the policies).
Develop and implement reporting and escalation processes to support FLOD risk policy implementation.
Lead execution of action plans to remediate regulatory and audit findings, as applicable.
Support the development of detailed roles and responsibilities and training in connection with the risk policy change management process.
Collaborate with the manager and CRCO colleagues to develop appropiate templates, forms, and other documentation necessary to implement FLOD risk policy change mangement process.
Develop strategis partnerships with colleagues in CRCO, business unit, control program and second line of defense partners, as well as, other risk management functions throughout the organization.
Other duties as identified by your manager.
A BA/BS degree from a 4-year college required
5-7 years of banking or financial services industry experience
Experience in a bank line of business, controls, internal audit, or risk management preferred
Direct experience in reporting, monitoring, or governance-related to financial services risk and control matters.
Experience with large programs or projects including the following is desired:
Process re-design and/or development of governance frameworks, committees, policies, etc.
Fast turnaround, tight timelines, and/or crisis management environments
Strong proficiency in MS Office, including Excel and PowerPoint, is critical
Ability to communicate professionally and effectively in writing and verbally with all levels
Excellent critical thinking, analytical and problem-solving skills, and attention to detail
Ability to quickly build rapport, credibility, trust, and respect, and be viewed as a standout colleague
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of the work being performed. They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified.
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Job : Risk
Primary Location : ARIZONA-Tempe
Other Locations : NORTH CAROLINA-Charlotte, TEXAS-Irving
Job Posting : Oct 12, 2021, 10:21:18 AM
Shift: : Day
Schedule: : Full Time
Req ID: 10047181-WD