£60,000 - £70,000 per annum + bonus + benefits + pension - Surrey - Information Management - South East
Ref: 110 Date Posted: Thursday 17 Aug 2017
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I am currently recruiting for an Operational Risk Manager – Data Governance, Solvency II to play a leading role within a Multi-National Industry Leading Business.

My client is looking for someone who can come in and drive the future direction of their growing Operational Risk function. This is an amazing time to join my client as you will be playing a leading role in which you will be responsible for the design and implementation of brand new Operational Risk frameworks alongside being responsible for the roll out of one of the largest programmes to run through my client.

The role is mainly focused on the design and implementation of the new Operational Risk frameworks with a good focus on consulting with key stakeholders to identify and develop an understanding of my client’s material, emerging and data risks.

What you will do:

  • You will be the business lead in the design and delivery of my client's Operational Risk frameworks.
  • You will support and maintain high quality Risk policies, templates and protocols including risk measurement matrices, roles and responsibility statements
  • You will ensure that the data quality requirements of Solvency II and other regulations are understood and followed.

The skills you will need:

  • A proven track record of delivering and managing Risk policies and processes.
  • A strong understanding of rolling out complex frameworks.
  • A proven track record of senior level business engagements with global contacts.

What you can expect:

  • You will receive a competitive salary with a fantastic bonus & benefits package.
  • Proven career progression.
  • Continuous training and courses on the latest analytical tech.

To be considered for this amazing opportunity, please click on the link below with a copy of your CV.

Ethan Clark looks after this role for KDR, if you have a question get in touch...



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