U.S. Bank Risk Identification Program Manager in Charlotte, North Carolina
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Job DescriptionDescription The Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) Risk Identification Program Manager is responsible for managing the enterprise Risk Identification Program and related management reporting. In addition, incumbent will be engaged in a variety of Enterprise Risk Management initiatives that are implemented across risk categories and business lines.
Specific duties include: Manage the Enterprise Risk Identification Program which includes annual assessments, quarterly updates. The ERM Risk Identification Program Manager will work directly with all Risk Category teams, Business Line Risk teams and the Central Stress Testing Office. Incumbent will be responsible for ensuring the overall program to integrates with other programs and meets all regulatory expectations. Manage the quarterly Emerging Risk/Qualitative Scorecard process with the goal of integrating into the broader Risk Identification Program. Once integrated, incumbent will be responsible for quarterly updates, review and challenge process and integration into key risk programs and enterprise reporting. Develop requirements and manage selection and implementation of a new platform to act as the system of record for risk identification. Provide leadership and oversight for a variety of risk-related enterprise initiatives which would include leadership of and participation in cross-risk category working groups,
Management Responsibilities. Manage a team of two RCA Professionals. Individual will be responsible for staffing, performance management, guidance, and training.
Basic Qualifications Bachelor’s degree and at least 15 years applicable experience. Strong understanding of U.S. Bank risk management programs and organizational structure.
Preferred Skills/Experience Ability to work across all risk categories and business lines to deliver results. Strong oral and written communication skills. Ability to take complex concepts and communicate them in a clear/concise manner. Strong analytical skills, ability to see the “big picture” and linkages between risk programs and data. Ability to collaborate with others in owning deliverables. Self-starter who is able to work independently, has exceptional problem solving and critical thinking skills, and a strong attention to detail. Proven ability to adjust quickly to shifting priorities, multiple demands, ambiguity and rapid change.
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U.S. Bank is an equal opportunity employer committed to creating a diverse workforce. We consider all qualified applicants without regard to race, religion, color, sex, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or veteran status, among other factors.