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Manager-RMS Enterprise Risk Services



Bengaluru, Karnataka, India · United States
Posted on Monday, April 29, 2024

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Management of risk is fundamental to the successful delivery of EY Ireland [EYI or the Firm] services to our clients and the maintenance of our reputation. EYI’s Risk Management team which is a
“Second Line of Defence” function supporting the firm’s business.

The opportunity
This is a key role, being part of the team supporting the EYI Chief Risk Officer (CRO) and the Risk Management Director. Key activities include the implementation of the team of the firm’s Risk
Framework and strategy in addition to the annual identification and assessment of key risks and the evaluation of existing or required controls to manage those risks. The role will support the work of the Risk Management team to ensure that EYI has in place embedded controls which are understood by our people having been appropriately trained and communicated and which are, in consequence effective and operating as designed. The EYI Risk Management Analyst will play a vital role supporting the business in the measurement, monitoring, and management of the Irish Firms’ key risks.

Your Key Responsibilities:

  • Supporting the design, development, implementation and roll out of new, together with enhancement, (of existing risk processes), whether that engagement is required at local Ireland level, with our colleagues in the UK, or at Regional or Global levels, or a combination thereof.
  • Supporting EYI’s CRO and Risk Management Director with a range of risk activity across the Three Lines of Defence at the Firm. Noting the range of Risk Management-based Service Level Agreements with our colleagues in the EY UK the role involves regular and active engagement with our people across the UK firm in addition to global colleagues, and, on occasion industry bodies if/as required or deemed appropriate.
  • Making highly controlled updates to the EY enterprise risk (global) system, Archer, locally via Word, Excel or PowerPoint, or interfacing with the EY UK firm technology, namely, BRP (in IBM OpenPages and Microsoft PowerBI) in addition to regular MI reporting to the Firm’s leadership and Board to their set frequencies, or, on an ad hoc basis as required.
  • Using output from the above referenced technical sources, supporting production of highquality PowerPoint reporting to EYI’s Executive Leadership Team [ELT] and the EY Ireland Board [EYIB].
  • Using Microsoft Excel, analysing data and conducting ad-hoc analyses on risks, controls and working with Risk Management leadership and Firm leadership in consideration of appropriate Key Risk Indicators [KRIs] or financial performance data for the Irish business, ie. metrics and measures to assist the firm in its assessment of how effective and embedded its control framework is across the Firm.
  • Documentation of key parts of the Risk Framework, for example supporting the business indocumenting controls to the required standard albeit that it is always recognised that the business first line takes ownership and responsibility for those risks falling within its remit. It should be noted that risk ownership is maintained under active review and may be required to be amended and updated from time to time in line with business appetite and requirements.
  • Monitoring operation of key controls to determine if controls remain effective and embedded, or, if a control requires remediation, or indeed should it be deemed necessary to introduce a new control.
  • Generating initial drafts of narrative on risks and controls for review to include provision ofinformation relating to the Inherent Risk evaluation, ie. the fundamental risk rating attaching to the risk of itself, v’s Residual Risk evaluation, ie. the rating deemed most appropriately to attach to a key risk after the application of all key controls.
  • Always Supporting development of communications and training materials for the business while preserving all protocols to utilise where possible global EY collateral and interface on such matters with relevant global central teams.
  • Establishing productive working relationships with the wider Risk Management Teams across the UK and globally.
  • Housekeeping of all Firm file directories ensuring that the EYI’s key documents are well organised and subject to rigorous version control.

To qualify for the role, you must have:

  • Experience in analysis and production of reporting, ideally within Risk, Finance or an equivalent role.
  • Understanding of Risk Frameworks and a Fisk Function in organisations, or the ability to pick this up quickly.
  • Intermediate to Advanced Excel skills – you must be comfortable at manipulating and presenting high volumes of data using Pivot tables.
  • Strong ability in PowerPoint to present slide output of a high standard – experience in delivering EY proposal decks will be an advantage.
  • High attention to detail to ensure that our reporting is accurate and well presented.
  • Strong day to day organisation skills - maintaining timetables for your own work and the work of the wider EYI Risk Management team.

Ideally, you’ll also have:

  • Strong personal communication skills, capable of dealing with a wide range of people andstakeholders across multiple jurisdictions.
  • Planning and organisational skills to create implementation approaches and plans including
  • Supporting prioritising key areas of responsibility, tasks and projects.
  • Process mapping skills in Microsoft Visio, PowerPoint or similar

What we look for:

  • Ability to deal with problems in a practical and common-sense way, proactively applying judgment when required.
  • Positive, can-do attitude.
  • Team player.
  • A high standard of Excel and PowerPoint skills.
  • Flexibility to adapt activities based on the team priorities.
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced environment, producing work of a high quality that meets business demands.
  • To a reasonable degree for people outside Ireland, to be prepared to follow Irish working hours, though this flexibility works both ways.
  • Able to establish credibility, respect and trust in their working relationships and internal networks, particularly with the members of the Risk Community.End.

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