Working Remote or Orrville, OH (Close proximity to Cleveland/Akron)
Flexible work arrangements available
Vice President, Compliance
SUMMARY The Manager of Enterprise Risk will manage the operation and advancement of the Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) program across the Company to ensure its integration with business activities and that it effectively mitigates and manages identified risks. This role influences and aligns stakeholders in identifying and mitigating risks throughout the organization to ensure processes and practices related to the ERM framework are consistent and scalable across the business.
Develop and implement enterprise-wide risk assessments to identify and monitor the Company's risks, identifying risk-return tradeoffs, internal and external risks, operational and strategic risks, emerging risks, risk interdependencies/relationships, and industry trends; Develop risk inventory, ranking criteria and prioritize the most significant enterprise risks to establish a risk profile of top risks.
Prepare, develop and implement risk mitigation plans, review and document processes and the effectiveness of corresponding controls; driving the continuous improvement and maturity of the ERM program to ensure that Smucker has an effective control framework; and control gaps are identified and remediated in an appropriate time frame.
Partner with internal stakeholders and establish Risk Owners and other resources to manage the top risk profiles, develop risk action plans for mitigation and monitor their implementation and progress with cross functional stakeholders.
Develop and maintain ERM dashboard, to report top risks, trends, analysis, mitigation plans and risk management program effectiveness.
Collaborate with internal stakeholders to perform ERM duties, such as identifying and assessing risk; developing, monitoring, and testing key controls and mitigation plans, reporting, and related analysis.
Continually monitor, assess and communicate emerging risks throughout the organization to evaluate the impact of potential new risks.
Share company risk management program information with business functions to ensure consistent understanding of risks, application of risk methodologies, and integration with business decision-making.
Bachelor's Degree and 5+ years of experience in Enterprise Risk Management/related functions or High School Degree or equivalent and 10+ years of experience in Risk Management/related functions
Experience designing and implementing Enterprise Risk Management programs in a large, complex organization
Knowledge of Enterprise Risk Management theory, frameworks and their application
Proven leadership and teamwork skills with demonstrated abilities both to work collaboratively and to influence others
Highly effective written and verbal communications skills, able to present complex issues simply and to reach audiences with different perspectives
Proven ability to influence business leadership and leverage relationships to drive results throughout the organization
Excellent problem-solving techniques and quantitative, analytical skills
Strong decision making skills, attentive to details, work well under pressure and able to meet deadlines, uses data to drive decisions