Full-time ·200-250 employeesResponsibility: Reviews policies and procedures, identifies and registers risks that stem from these policies and procedures and suggest and track mitigating actions (e.g. changes to procedures, additional checks, etc.). Develops and maintains the risk assessment framework (a tool to assess likelihood and impact of risks), and the monitoring and reporting methodologiesSupports departments by providing standards, guidelines and expertise on an ongoing basis in identifying, prioritizing and assessing risk drivers, both current and potentialDevelops appropriate quantitative and qualitative risk measures for both operational and financial risks (e.g. market, liquidity, credit), and provides support on measurement if required by using risk management tools.Conduct risk and controls identification workshop to build departments risk matrix.Supports departments by providing standards, guidelines and expertise on an ongoing basis in identifying, prioritizing and assessing risk drivers, both current and potential.Develops appropriate quantitative and qualitative risk measures for both operational and financial risks (e.g. market, liquidity, credit), and provides support on measurement if required.Gathers risk issues from departments.Oversees and ensures that operational and financial risks are managed within expressed risk tolerances.Monitors and reports on principle buyer-wide operational and financial risk position and profile to senior management and risk and compliance committee.Provides support (guidelines, expertise) to departments in mitigating risk breaches and implementing risk treatment plans as required Supports departments in tracking the implementation of mitigating measures and assessing residual risk after implementation of proposed mitigating measures.Keeps a risk log of all financial, legal, technological and reputational risks to principle buyer. Suggest and track implementation of mitigating actions and assess residual risk.Lead, manage and motivate the employees of the department, ensuring that the overall objectives of the department are met.Coach employees for job performance by clearly stating work standards and expectations, setting objectives, providing regular feedback and identifying development needs.Monitor, supervise, guide and direct employees during daily operations.Provide clear top-down communication to employees and provides bottom-up feedback to section heads.Job requirements:Minimum Bachelor’s degree in finance, management or legal subject.Master’s degree in Finance, Legal or related field preferred.Master’s degree in Management, Finance, Accounting or related field preferred.Professional affiliations / certifications with a recognized institute. Proven track record of developing and implementing risk management policies and methodologies. Good knowledge of legal framework.Ability to analyze code of conduct and other ethical matters.Capability of making sound business decisions and quickly understanding new information and situations.