Project Manager, Enterprise Risk Management

Company Name:
Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland
, Enterprise Risk
Full-time/part time: Full-time Employee Status: Regular Overtime Status: Exempt Job Type: Experienced Travel: Yes, 5 % of the Time Shift: Day Job Job Sensitivity: Tier II - No Credit Check The Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland is part of the nation's central bank. We've provided many opportunities for professional growth during our history. For thirteen years in a row, we've been named One of Northeast
's Best Places to Work by North Coast 99. This prestigious award honors organizations with outstanding employment
, including compensation, benefits, training, recruitment, retention,
, and employee communications. At our state-of-the-art Cleveland Office we are seeking innovative thinkers with vision to build the framework that will carry the Bank into the future. Join our team! Project Manager, Enterprise Risk Management Position Summary: An opportunity exists within the Enterprise Risk Management department to serve as a Project Manager. The Project Manager will be responsible for providing high level support and leadership for the planning, implementation and administration of the Bank's enterprise risk management (ERM) program. The successful candidate contribute significantly to and support the Federal Reserve System (System) ERM efforts, including leadership or participation on System-wide projects and initiatives. Essential Accountabilities: - Actively leads or contributes to local and System projects related to risk management and/or continuous improvement. - Assist with the on-going development of risk management policies, procedures and reporting, both locally and System-wide and assists in coordinating project status reporting to the risk committee. - Influence System ERM direction and policy through working collaboratively with peers throughout the Federal Reserve System and participating actively on Federal Reserve System work groups. - Prepares, presents, and interprets briefings, presentations, or other communication to key internal decision-makers, including First Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, and/or external parties on risk management matters of interest (eg, local risks, System level risks, or other developments). - Monitors financial and operational performance; makes recommendations and decisions regarding policies, standards, and
adequacy - Identifies and assesses the potential impact of credit, operational, strategic, reputation risk and remains cognizant of emerging external risks. Assesses the effectiveness of deploying techniques and processes for early detection, management and mitigation of these risks. - Development of Business Intelligence reporting and analysis for end-users. MYK62683JR

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