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Risk Manager

Employer
Greencore Group Lts
Location
Park Royal, North West London, United Kingdom
Salary
Competitive Salary
Closing date
Apr 25, 2024

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Job Role
Risk Manager
Sector
Finance
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Greencore, like all organisations, faces a wide range of risks that could impede the successful achievement of our vision and strategic objectives. We recognise that effective risk management is critical to our success, and are committed to an ERM framework that enables us to understand the risks we face and make informed decisions. The Risk Manager role joins a growing and maturing risk function. Over the last 18 months Greencore has transformed its ERM Framework and is now moving into a period of further development and embedding. This new role will support the Head of Risk in maintaining and further enhancing risk management capabilities across the Group and supporting and advising teams across the business to embed effective risk management. Key Accountabilities: 1. Bottom-up' Function Risk Management Lead
  • Implement and champion the Greencore Group Risk Management Methodology which provides the tools, methodologies, common risk language and processes that can be used to identify, assess, mitigate and report risks
  • Build and maintain network of Risk Champions and Risk Advisors and share best practices
  • Work closely with Risk Champions and wider business stakeholders to continually improve approach to risk management and quality of risk information
  • Ensure strong relationships are developed and maintained across the business, influencing stakeholders where necessary and establishing forums for regular / ongoing communication and ensuring consistent messaging to the business regarding risk requirements
  • Assist management in identifying risks through the facilitation of risk workshops, KPI reviews, evaluation of internal audit findings and compliance reports, and expert insight
  • Evaluate the appropriateness of identification, evaluation and responsive actions determined by management. Identify and recommend additional controls to be implemented for the mitigation of risk
  • Monitor the overall risk profile, including accumulations of risk, trends, and risks from internal and external market changes
  • Collate, challenge and report on aggregate risk profile and key risk themes, and escalate significant risks to Head of Risk and senior management as required
2. Support wider ERM Framework maturity
  • Provide risk management subject matter expertise, acting as one of the business's leading focal points for risk management advice, guidance, and support.
  • Be an advocate for, and continually promote, a risk aware culture throughout the Group
  • Manage the business' ERM tool, including user administration, training, and ongoing improvement
  • Manage relationship with external suppliers, holding them to account for service delivery and performance
  • Support the Head of Risk in facilitating Principal Risk tracking and updates as required
  • Produce comprehensive and insightful risk reporting for the Risk Oversight Committee and other governance forums as required
  • Provide training on risk and the risk framework where required
  • Monitor the implementation of, and adherence of business decisions to, the Group Statement of Risk Appetite for input into ongoing evaluation and update.
  • Continuous enhancement of risk management skills and knowledge through CPD and learning
  • Working with the Head of Risk, help to further mature the ERM framework, and develop new risk management initiatives
3. Resilience
  • Support the Head of Risk with delivering a formal Resilience agenda, including climate risk assessment, crisis management, scenario planning and risk war-gaming
Knowledge, Skills and Experience
  • Previous experience working within ERM roles, with 3+ years of relevant experience in a risk, audit, governance, or compliance function
  • Advanced knowledge in developing and applying "best practice" enterprise-risk-frameworks in a complex business environment
  • Proven experience of analysing complex risk data in order to understand and present risk movements and highlight notable changes
  • Excellent analytical and problem solving skills, able to interpret complex information and processes from across a range of subject areas and effectively draw relevant conclusions
  • Excellent communication skills, with proven ability to challenge and influence senior management
  • Experience of business partnering and securing buy-in from business stakeholders
  • Ability to challenge the status quo
  • Able to work both independently, within a team setting, and collaboratively across varied business areas;
  • Agile and very capable of working in a fast paced, ever changing environment
What you'll get in return:
  • Competitive salary and job-related benefits
  • Holidays
  • Pension up to 8% matched
  • Company share save scheme
  • Greencore Qualifications
  • Exclusive Greencore employee discount platform
  • Access to a full Wellbeing Centre platform
Throughout your time at Greencore, you will be supported with on the job training and development opportunities to further your career.

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