Job Posting Details

Manager Risk, North Peace Savings and Credit Union

Location:Fort St John, British Columbia
Posting Date:November 18, 2020
Closing Date:until filled
Web Site:www.npscu.ca
Employment Type:Full-time

Employment Opportunity

North Peace Savings and Credit Union is now recruiting for the role of Manager, Risk. Managing risk and promoting compliance across all regions and lines of business in a financial institution is a significant undertaking. The framework, tools, processes and controls in place to monitor enterprise risk, oversee anti-money laundering & terrorist financing, privacy, fraud, security and insurance require on-going attention and adapt and change regularly with our changing risk environment.

Reporting to the Chief Financial Officer (CFO), the Manager, Risk is responsible for managing and enhancing NPSCU’s Enterprise Risk Management Framework and developing strategies and tactics to enhance that framework and culture. The Manager, Risk is directly responsible for overseeing the areas of Anti-Money Laundering & Terrorist Financing, Privacy, Fraud, Security and Insurance Management. The Manager plays a significant role in compliance and risk mitigation through design, implementation and monitoring of controls, facilitation of internal audit processes, following up on compliance deficiencies, ensuring practices align with policies and procedures and making recommendations for change to further improve efficiencies and manage risk. The position oversees and /or is directly responsible for organizational risk reporting and promotes compliance across all regions and lines of business. The Compliance Officer will report directly to the Manager, Risk.

Additionally the Manager, Risk is responsible for supporting the development of all risk related policies and procedures including, but not limited to, those related to disaster recovery, business continuity and pandemic planning to ensure the ongoing success of the organization. The Manager, Risk is also a key stakeholder, bringing best practices for risk design and mitigation practices to corporate projects and initiatives.

The successful candidate will have their CPA or degree in business, have a minimum 3 years experience in risk management including a minimum 1 year experience in a leadership or management capacity. Experience in Anti-money laundering, fraud, enterprise risk, security, business continuity planning along with advanced comprehension of risk methodologies, industry practices and risk reporting required.

Please visit www.npscu.ca for full role description.

Interested applicants are to submit resume and cover letter to Olivia Young at careers@npscu.ca by Monday November 30. Applications will be accepted until the role is filled.