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KPMG is currently seeking a Director, Risk Management to join our Risk Management organization.
Apply comprehensive or specialist-level knowledge of risk management to review and consult through Risk Management Processes, which includes client and engagement acceptance (i.e., CEAC) evaluations, contractual escalations and matters, evaluation of new services, portfolio risk analysis
Regularly interface, partner and collaborate with engagement partners, business partners in Risk Consultations, OGC, OGA, Independence and Ethics & Compliance, providing guidance and resolving questions. "Issue spot" and identify risks and corresponding risk mitigation strategies; develop and present training materials, job aides and other guidance tools
Direct multiple key projects, programs (i.e., QP) and initiatives that require advanced technical knowledge and research skills; make independent decisions related to required tasks and use judgment to regularly make decisions on high risk and complex matters
Set the tactical plan for the execution of strategic initiatives and objectives; identify process improvement opportunities and significantly contribute to innovation through implementation of enhancements that create high client value, process efficiencies and/or enhanced quality; lead Risk Management involvement in service group activities such as QA programs; strategic and proactive responsibility to contribute to RM's focus and execution on supporting the firm's applicable strategic priorities, e.g. Extraordinary People
May participate in and contribute to Deal Review Board Process meeting with engagement partners to evaluate an engagement opportunity's viability, maximize pursuit strategy by engaging and directing opportunities to the most appropriate service networks and managing the firm's risk before committing resources and submit a proposal to a client
Provide active coaching, mentoring and knowledge-sharing with junior staff to advance their career development; manage and review those team members' work product; contribute to planning for short term needs, i.e. projects and processes; may construct annual plan for deployment of those resources; may have people management responsibility for a mid-sized to small team of entry level through intermediate level professionals
Minimum ten years of recent related work experience in Enterprise Risk Management risks and controls, with a focus in Consulting, preferred
Bachelor's degree from an accredited college/university; possess relevant IT or Risk Management certification such as (CDPSE, CDMP, CISSP, CISM and CISA); preferred
Ability to manage multiple concurrent programs, applying expertise to make concrete decisions that impact the Risk organization and the firm; outstanding verbal/written communication, collaboration, negotiation and influencing skills to lead an environment driven by customer service and teamwork
Skills to direct, motivate and empower others to work towards the organization's goals, ensuring efficient allocation of resources across multiple functions
Ensure execution of strategic initiatives for the organization
Ability to address emerging opportunities and how organization should be organized/staffed to realize them
Colorado Salary Statement:
The salary range displayed is specifically for those potential hires who will work or reside in the state of Colorado if selected for the role. Any offered salary is determined based on internal equity, internal salary ranges, market data/ranges, applicant's skills and prior relevant experience, certain degrees and certifications (e.g. JD/technology), for example.
Colorado Salary Range: Low: $140000 - High: $250000
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