CFO-Enterprise Value partners with Chief Risk Officers (CRO’s) and Chief Compliance Officers (CCO’s) to streamline efficiencies across people, processes, and technology to mitigate business’ enterprise-wide risks. Value isn’t just about maintenance. It’s about zeroing in on smart, sustainable ways to grow, and finding the right tools to keep everything on track. We have the deep industry experience, the functional insights, the data power, and the digital tech leadership, including deep knowledge of risk and control functions to help our clients make important changes across business functions to control operational risks and ensure resiliency. Whether we’re breaking down meaningful analytics, designing risk frameworks, or building from current risk and compliance models, we solve our clients’ toughest problems. Visit us here to find out more about CFO-Enterprise Value.
A Master of Enterprise Risk Management (ERM). You’re skilled and experienced in bringing structure to enterprise risk management challenges, drawing on industry knowledge, strategy, technology, and people to create common processes and frameworks for clients. You know the satisfaction of designing and implementing holistic programs that provide key insights into the critical risks to a company’s strategic objectives.
- Identify, assess and solve complex business problems in your area, using in-depth data-analysis and evaluating variable factors
- Lead large-to-medium sized teams or projects, delivering valuable insights and advice to clients on complex enterprise risk management projects across industries
- Help clients develop their own strategies by designing and implementing business and technology changes
- Establish a clear point of view for enterprise risk assessment, analysis, and delivery of solutions
- Enhance the Risk and Compliance practice by contributing to ERM thought leadership and Innovation solutions
- Display a depth of knowledge in ERM by understanding developments in relevant regulatory guidance, technologies, and innovations
- Participate in the business development initiatives, including leveraging personal industry insights to lead aspects of client proposals
- Build strong relationships with Accenture clients by successfully managing daily interactions
- Contribute to the growth of junior colleagues by providing coaching and support
- Follow the strategic direction set by senior management to establish near term goals
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Here’s what you need:
- A Bachelor’s degree
- Minimum of 6 years of Enterprise Risk Management experience in any of the following industries: financial services, health & public service, communications/media/technology, or resources
- Minimum 6 years of experience:
- developing or supporting ERM strategies, objectives, processes, policies and
- developing, maintaining, and continually improving key aspects of an ERM program, such as enterprise risk reporting (board level reporting), risk appetite, risk identification & measurement, enterprise issue management, risk assessment methodology, emerging risk, and risk committee structures
- financial and non-financial risk experience, understanding concepts of risk appetite, risk identification, risk factor correlation, risk event decomposition, and cross-risk impact assessment
- Bonus points if:
- Experience managing a diverse and engaging project team of least 3 resources, including an understanding of team strengths, the ability to coach, develop and inspire others
- Experience managing senior-level client relationships
- Strong project management experience (e.g., defining scope, setting project timelines and milestones, driving deliverables, identifying risks, managing issues, and client relationship management)
- Established experience in understanding client needs, translating business needs into requirements, developing proposed solutions, and delivering high impact change initiatives
- Excellent communication (verbal and written), facilitation and interpersonal skills, including the ability to clearly communicate complex problems and solutions in a simple, logical and impactful manner
- Strong competence in developing presentations (i.e., MS Office (Word, PowerPoint, Excel))
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