U.S. Bank Human Resources Risk and Compliance Manager - Minneapolis, MN in Minneapolis, Minnesota
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Job Description Partners with Human Resources (HR) leaders and colleagues in all three Lines of Defense (IE. first/second/third line) to oversee the successful creation, implementation, and maintenance of an effective risk management framework. Lead projects and/or activities that ensure compliance with applicable federal, state and local laws and regulations (inclusive of employment-related regulations). Facilitate the identification of gaps and drive solutions that minimize losses resulting from inadequate internal processes, systems or human errors. Ensures the active identification, response and/or escalation of risks as appropriate. May influence policies and procedures to maximize profit potential and minimize regulatory exposure. Accountable for an effective partnership between Human Resources and the Lines of Defense. Scope of the role focuses on Compliance Risk matters including, but not limited to: Enterprise Compliance Risk Assessment (ECRA), Regulatory Change Management, Fair and Responsible Banking, Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act, Sarbanes-Oxley Act, Employment Regulation and Policy, support during internal audits and/or external exams, and partnering with HR to remediate risk exposures when needed. This position also manages the Risk Process and Controls Manager who is responsible for Sarbanes-Oxley assessment/certification and Control Self-Assessments.
Basic Qualifications - Bachelor's degree, or equivalent work experience - Ten or more years of experience in an applicable risk management environment - Applicable certifications
Preferred Skills/Experience - Advanced to expert knowledge of Human Resources operations, products/services, systems, and associated risks/controls - Advanced to expert knowledge of employment-relate regulations - Advanced to expert knowledge of applicable laws, regulations, financial services, and regulatory trends that impact Human Resources - Advanced knowledge of Risk/Compliance/Audit competencies - Strong leadership and management skills of processes, projects and people - Excellent written and verbal communication skills - Strong analytical, problem-solving and negotiation skills - Proficient computer skills, especially Microsoft Office applications
Benefits: Take care of yourself and your family with U.S. Bank employee benefits. We know that healthy employees are happy employees, and we believe that work/life balance should be easy to achieve. That's why we share the cost of benefits and offer a variety of programs, resources and support you need to bring your full self to work and stay present and committed to the people who matter most - your family.
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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.