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Reporting to the Director of Business Continuity Disaster Recovery Risk Management in the Second Line of Defense (SLoD), the Engagement Manager is responsible for both the strategic development and review and challenge over the tactical implementation of all core activities of the Business Continuity Risk Management program (and its related components) being performed at the Combined U.S. Operations (CUSO).
As the Second Line of Defense (SLoD) Engagement Manager to CUSO Entities, supports and manages strategic execution of the BC Program and its related components including but not limited to (Disaster Recovery, Business Continuity Planning, Crisis and Critical Incident Management, Emergency Preparedness and Third Party resiliency). Responsibilities include:
Performs review and challenge of FLoD for all CUSO entities as it relates to all core activities of the Business Continuity Program inclusive of gap risk measurement, mitigation strategies, and material risk identification.
Ensures Business Continuity Risk Management (BCRM) and the CUSO entities' roles and responsibilities, timelines, and requirements are clear.
Drives the socialization, adoption, consistent and appropriate. implementation, and ongoing maintenance of the BCRM framework, policies, standards, methods, etc. across many entities.
Provides subject matter expertise on Business Continuity Management regulatory requirements including but not limited to: Financial Services driven by various guidance and agencies e.g. FFIEC, OCC, Federal Reserve Bank, FINRA, SEC etc. and defining threats and risk scenarios in order to provide recommendations on changes or program enhancements required to address such requirements and threats.
Acts as a Business Continuity Management advocate towards the front line business units ensuring business buy-in and facilitating integration of second line frameworks, policies, standards, and minimum requirements.
Collaborates and aids BCRM leadership in Board and senior management reporting.
Conducts awareness and training relating to BCRM, including new and changing policies, systems, and methodologies.
Assesses BCRM policy, standards and minimum requirements, as well as risk compliance relating to FLoD controls design, definition and operational procedures.
Provides support of Internal Audits and Regulatory Exams.
Ensures FLoD program compliance and maturity through KPI monitoring and performing quality assessment reviews.
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