Associate, Risk and Compliance

Corporate Development /
Full-time /
Job Objective
Gather information, analyse operational risk performance and generate reports whilst identify possible risks. Support risk management and compliance initiatives including business continuity planning, key risk indicators and Compliance reporting.
Bachelor’s degree in business administration, Risk management or equivalent.
Experienced practitioner able to work unsupervised (3 to 7 years with at least 1-2 years in the region)
Experience of working with ERM for 1-3 years and with Quantitative Risk Analysis for 1 year
Experience of working with BCP or Compliance for 1 year is desirable.
Key Responsibilities/Duties
Data Collection and Analysis:   Collate and analyze data using pre-set tools, methods and formats. Involves working independently.
Organizational Risk Management:   Work with the business to gather, monitor and analyze risk data. Involves using established risk management models, systems and protocols and working under direction.
Solutions Analysis:   Find the most effective ways to respond to routine functional enquiries. Involves following procedures and precedents. Identify areas of process improvement.
Data Management:   Use data management systems to access specific information as and when required.
Document Preparation:   Prepare moderately complex documents using a variety of computer applications such as Microsoft Office. Also responsible for gathering and summarizing data for reports.
Internal Communications:   Use the internal communications system to access specific information.
Risk Culture: Co-ordinates risk culture building initiatives and leads on numerous culture building initiatives.
Business Continuity Management: Gather data for business impact analysis updates which is essential to developing business continuity plans. Working under direction.
Quantitative Risk Analysis: Recommend models, develop models either within the risk software or through excel models that will contribute to more accurate data for the business. Working under direction.
Risk Software Administration: Be an expert user and a central point of learning for the organisation on anything to do with the risk software system.
Compliance: Work with the business to update compliance requirements and their status. This may include, but not limited to, Policies, Law, ESG and governance requirements. Generate reports for the Audit and Risk Committee.
Behavioural Competencies
Instills Trust:    Gains the confidence and trust of others through honesty, integrity, and authenticity. For example, consistently adheres to organizational policies and practices, even when they are unpopular or inconvenient. Builds trust by honouring commitments and by being open and honest at work.
Being Resilient:    Rebounds from setbacks and adversity when facing difficult situations. For example, skilfully handles disruptions, obstacles, and emotional or stressful situations and nevertheless makes steady progress; seeks insight into the situation, reduces tensions, and finds optimal solutions. Swiftly recovers from significant setbacks.
Action oriented:    Takes on new opportunities and tough challenges with a sense of urgency, high
energy, and enthusiasm. For example, identifies what needs to be done and acts quickly. Shows optimism and enthusiasm that affects others positively. Works independently but knows when to ask for help.
Customer Focus:   Builds strong customer relationships and delivers customer-centric solutions. For example, probes deeply into customer needs to identify less obvious interests or expectations. Consistently goes above and beyond to understand customer requirements and surpass their expectations.
Customer focus:     Builds strong customer relationships and delivers customer-centric solutions. For
example, probes deeply into customer needs to identify less obvious interests or
expectations. Consistently goes above and beyond to understand customer
requirements and surpass their expectations.
Drives results:   Consistently achieves results, even under tough circumstances. For example, regularly pushes self to achieve outstanding outcomes; consistently establishes bold goals for own performance; is passionate about excellent results and significant contributions. Shows great tenacity to complete goals/initiatives in a timely way.
Decision Quality:     Makes good and timely decisions that keep the organization moving forward. For example, swiftly internalizes coaching on routine issues; handles issues confidently after instruction. Leverages rules and procedures to speed up decision making. Confidently and quickly draws on others' expertise.
Strategic mindset:     Sees ahead to future possibilities and translates them into breakthrough strategies. For example, articulates how own actions contribute to the organization's success and prioritizes actions that will help reach the goals. Sees important trends and starts discussion about how these may impact own work, the industry, or customers.
Technical Competencies
Computer Skills:    Supports business processes without supervision by understanding and effectively using standard office equipment and standard software packages, while providing technical guidance as needed. Skills in Excel and @risk or other simulation software is desirable.
Data Collection and Analysis:    Works without supervision and provides technical guidance when required on analysing data trends for use in reports to help guide decision making. Ability to construct and work with quantitative risk analysis models.
Verbal Communication:    Uses clear and effective verbal communications skills without supervision and
provides technical guidance when required on expressing ideas, requesting actions and formulating plans or policies. Communicates enthusiastically about risk management and uses real-life examples.
Planning and Organizing:   Works without supervision where necessary and provides technical guidance when required on planning, organizing, prioritizing and overseeing activities to efficiently meet business objectives.
Policy and procedures:    Works with guidance (but not constant supervision) to develop, monitor, interpret
and understand policies and procedures, while making sure they match organizational strategies and objectives.
Data Control:    Works without supervision and provides technical guidance when required on acquiring, organizing, protecting, and processing data to fulfil business objectives.
Action Planning:    Works with guidance (but not constant supervision) to develop appropriate plans or perform necessary actions based on recommendations and requirements.
Numerical Skills:    Uses an understanding of numerical and quantitative analysis concepts to perform mathematical operations such as report analysis, cost and schedule risk analysis and other montecarlo simulations with and without guidance (but not constant supervision).
In-Depth Questioning:    Works with guidance (but not constant supervision) to explore the depth and breadth of a problem, draw out the implications of not changing, and help clients self-discover and articulate the value of a solution.  Seeks to understand the client's situation, Explores client problems and solutions, Differentiates between complaining and a desire for action
Questions Strategically:   Works with guidance (but not constant supervision) to uncover clients' explicit needs and/or unforeseen opportunities and challenges.Probes to uncover dissatisfaction, Raises awareness of the client's problem, Probes to uncover and develop needs, Seeks alignment between needs and solutions
Risk Management:    Facilitates the assessment and management of risks within an organisation (of various industries) (with support and supervision initially), supports business continuity process and business impact analysis, manages the risk software system and generates reports on a quarterly, monthly and adhoc basis.