Union Bank, N.A. New York , NY 10007
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Information Risk Management - IT Risk Manager, Vice President
Thesuccessful candidate will have the ability to understand the operating model ofour organization and be able to highlight potential risks, challenge riskowners, and support accelerate our control framework to the next level. Thecandidate will be responsible for supporting the First Line of Defense InformationTechnology & Operations Risk & Control Office to manage all IT risksthrough the issue management life cycle. The ISA Risk and Control Office ispart of the Integrated Services for the Americas organization and the teamevaluates, challenges, and drives forward improvements to the IT controlenvironment. Thecandidate should also have exceptional time management and prioritizationskills, combined with strong IT risk management skills.
Provide oversight and support to the ITorganization in managing IT risks through the issue management life cycle.
Decide on suitable strategies and objectivesto manage risk issues in conjunction with IT stakeholders and work with those ITstakeholders to ensure action items are resolved timely
Support development of material for relevantrisk committees, boards, and forums
Work with Second Line of Defense and internalaudit partners to ensure effective issue management coordination.
Support the drafting/updates to ISAInformation Risk Management procedures
Helping to change the risk and controlculture within the organization
Build and maintain strong ongoing workingrelationships with counterparts to drive the IT risk agenda forward in acollaborative manner and support those counterparts in performing effectiveissue management.
Ability to collate and analyze data tounderstand issues and relay control related messages
Requiresa Bachelor's Degree; a Master's Degree or equivalent experience in Business,Administration, Technology or related field is desirable.
Minimum 10 years in IT management,technology or operational risk management, technology audit or related role,including experience testing and assessing controls
Deep understandingand experience working within the "Three Lines of Defense" model.
Understandingof Agile discipline, hands-on experience preferred but not mandatory.
Experience inmanaging and designing risk assessments for technology is desirable.
Knowledgeof financial services industry and its regulations/laws.
Understandingof control and risk management concepts and knowledge of operational aspects ofthe information risk business.
Knowledgeof risk management policies, methods, standards, processes and industrystandard risk analysis.
Strongwritten, verbal and presentation communication skills.
IT Control Certification (e.g. CISA, CRISC,CISM, CGEIT) preferred but not mandatory.
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed. They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities duties and skills required of personnel so classified.
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