We are looking for a Senior Manager, Operational Risk who is willing to make a significant impact by developing and supporting the delivery of an effective and efficient Operational and IT Risk function, which is a priority focus area for the Bank and our Regulator.
Your team: The Operational & IT Risk function within Group Risk is a key component of the Bank's Second Line of Defence and is responsible for the ongoing assessment and monitoring of Operational and Technology Risk across the Bank. In this position you will report to the Head of Operational & IT Risk and you will work closely with the Group Risk Leadership team and Senior Management within the Operation & IT Risk function. Within your function you will be responsible for leading a team which will include a mix of Managers in terms of direct line reporting and team of Specialists and Administrators in terms of indirect reporting. You will be accountable for the optimisation of the people capabilities of the Operational Risk Team.
As Senior Manager - Operational Risk you'll be responsible for:
1. Organising, developing and leading the Operational Risk team in order to deliver appropriate and meaningful challenge, guidance and support to various business areas to ensure that their Operational Risks are properly identified, assessed, controlled, monitored and reported upon in a consistent and timely manner, in line with regulatory requirements and Regulator expectations
2. Development, implementation and embedding of revised frameworks, policies, tools and training for the effective management and oversight of Operational Risk across the Bank.
You'll be expected to have:
So if this sounds like you, please apply online with your CV and Cover Letter via the apply link for this role. Your application will be sent through to our Talent Acquisition Team and they will be in touch regarding your application.
This job is a controlled function as defined by the Central Bank Reform Act 2010 Regulations 2011. Any appointment will be conditional on the company being satisfied that the appointee meets the requirements as set out in the Fitness and Probity standards issued by the Central Bank. This requires the company to complete prescribed due diligence to assess the appointee's fitness and probity. Further details on this due diligence process are available from HR.