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Position:  Risk & Compliance Director 

Closing Date: Open till filled  

Status:  Regular, Full Time, Exempt 

Salary: $73,000 annually 

Hours: Hours vary as needed  

Location: Santa Rosa  

California Human Development (CHD) is a private, non-profit, human service agency that provides a wide range of programs and services throughout Northern California.    

  The Risk and Compliance Director works with the agency to advise Management of any potential risks that may affect the reputation, safety, security, financial sustainability and existence of the agency. This position is expected to provide a quality assessment of the risk management policies, procedures and protocols. This position reports to the CEO and is a member of the executive team.    

  

A. RISK & COMPLIANCE 60% 

B. CONTRACT MANAGEMENT 40%     

EDUCATION: Bachelor’s degree in Risk Management, Finance, or related field required.   

EXPERIENCE: Minimum three years of related Risk Management or Finance experience preferred.   

See full job description on our website: http://californiahumandevelopment.org/about-chd/employment-opportunities/ · Submit your résumé or application to hr@cahumandevelopment.org or fax to 707.575.4069  

· Applications can be downloaded from our website at www.cahumandevelopment.orghttp://californiahumandevelopment.org/about-chd/employment-opportunities/ 

· Please reference Job Title when submitting your application/résumé.  · Cover letters may be included with your submission, but please do not include letters of reference/recommendation or other supporting documents. 

· Continuous recruitments may close without notice at any time that a sufficient number of qualified applications have been received.   

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ROLE PURPOSE:

Mia’s Kitchen’s Finance Manager will work alongside Mia’s Kitchen’s Founders and Don & Sons Executive team to take the company to the next level by driving operational effectiveness and efficiency. We are seeking a talented Finance Manager with 5-7 years’ experience with leadership teams for small to mid-sized companies, with a track record of success in overseeing budgeting, general ledger, AR & AP functions, and inventory management while ensuring that accounting activities are in accordance with established legal, regulatory, and company requirements.

Our Finance Manager will be heavily involved in the corporate strategy, and be a key leader driving the evolution of Mia’s Kitchen as it moves towards leveraging its category strength and brand equity of specialty food products.

Mia’s Kitchen is at a growth stage in the company’s evolution and is seeking a Finance Manager that is excited about this growth stage and that can be an impact player in the future of the company.

PRIMARY DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:

· Provide strong leadership and help build strategic vision and tactical execution to drive revenue growth, profitability, and capital efficiency.

· Ensuring a governance structure is in place to achieve sustainably effective and efficient operational execution that increases shareholder value and facilitates employee and organizational well-being.

· Accountable for all financial, accounting, purchasing, cash flow, analytics, and risk management controls and requirements of the organization.

· Leads and ensures all financial and operational planning processes. Including Strategic Planning, Annual Operating Plans, Rolling Forecasts, Sales & Operations Planning, and supporting models for Revenue/Pricing, Margin Analysis/Control, product development, costing, etc.

· Help create a platform to gain a better understanding of profitability by revenue stream.

· To support product pricing strategies, market segmentation, channel development, product innovation/development, etc.

· Consolidates and communicates financial performance updates and comments to the Executive Team, the Advisory Board and the organization.

· Collaborates with the VP of Operations to ensure procurement, manufacturing, and logistics are optimizing cost/quality/service and continuously driving improvements across all factors.

· Collaborates with marketing resources to ensure marketing investments are sound and align on key performance indicators of what successful campaigns and spends are realized. As well as ensuring margins are met.

· Collaborates with Director of Sales to ensure trade and slotting investments are delivering the aligned ROI’s.

· Ensures full compliance with all regulatory and contractual obligations, and efficient completion of the year end-end financial review and the publication of the audited consolidated financial statements.

· Establishing and maintaining relationships with financial institutions, insurance brokers, auditors, finance and legal service providers as needed.

· Keeps informed of innovations in financial and tax management thru networking and professional associations.

EDUCATION, KNOWLEDGE & EXPERIENCE:

· Bachelor's degree in accounting and at least 5-7 years progressive accounting experience. CPA or MBA is highly desirable

· Advanced knowledge of generally accepted accounting principles

· Proficiency in G/L accounting software, Quickbooks, Google Suite, Word, Excel, Microsoft Outlook

· Strong analytical skills to read and interpret variances in financial results

· A demonstrated ability to be a strong leader with the intellectual honesty, open mindedness, and rigor to defend their strategic direction and support it with data while considering the position of others.

· Accuracy, attention to detail and ability to meet deadlines while operating in a fast paced, time constrained environment

· Ability to manage multiple projects & negotiate competing priorities

· Ability to participate in making decisions and able to spend time on routine items that are mission critical

· Supervisory experience

COMPETENCIES:

· An understated confidence evidenced by approach-ability, appreciation for all levels of an organization, and a calm composure even when faced with stress or confrontation.

· A desire to lead more than manage, to coach more than supervise, and to create an environment where employees develop into competitive assets.

· A willingness to prioritize building a cohesive company & culture over individual functional success.

· Set a high standard for written and oral communication skills.

PHYSICAL:

· Must be capable of lifting to 35 pounds up and over their head

· If asked to drive a company vehicle, must have a valid California Driver’s License, be insurable by the company and be able to operate a motor vehicle safely

· Must be able to sit or stand for long periods of time

· Must be able to travel

Job Type: Full-time

Work Location:


  • One location

Benefits:


  • Health insurance

  • Dental insurance

  • Vision insurance

  • Retirement plan

  • Paid time off

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Job Descriptions:

As a senior level executive, this team member works with the executive team and Board of Directors to develop and define the strategic vision of the Credit Union. This position is responsible for creating the strategic direction and coordinating the execution of the strategic objectives from a risk management and compliance management point of view. Under the general supervision, but in accordance with established policies and procedures, the CRMO manages Enterprise Risk Management, Vendor Management, Audit, and Compliance functions for the credit union.

Major Duties & Responsibilities


  • Works with senior managers, department directors/managers, and team members to develop the strategic goals of the Credit Union, especially in the areas of Enterprise Risk Management, Vendor Management, Audit, and Compliance.


  • Participate with senior management in the establishment or revision of internal control procedures to ensure that adequate protection is maintained in the areas of regulatory compliance and data privacy as it applies to the various products and services.


  • Develops and administers the Enterprise Risk Management function working with the vendor partner and staff to effectively assess and evaluate the risks, risk tolerances and risk mitigations throughout the credit union. Responsible for the design and execution of the credit unions risk management program and related policies, ensuring that the credit unions operations are conducted in compliance with applicable laws and regulations.


  • Provides management oversight of the Vendor Management function within the credit union, working with our vendor partner and business owners in the evaluation, monitoring and maintenance for all vendors of the credit union. Works with the department heads, executive team and vendors to solidify terms in all vendor contracts.


  • Provides oversight responsibility and serves as liaison for the audit function (internal and external) for the credit union. In this role, works with the Executive Management team and the Supervisory Committee in reporting audit results / reports, and ongoing monitoring of audit findings.


  • Responsible for oversight and guidance to the credit union in matters related to compliance. Leads the regulatory oversight and compliance function across all risk areas of the organization.


  • Drives a culture of compliance throughout various business lines, develops and implements organizational policies and procedures intended to prevent unethical and illegal conduct, and monitors and reviews activities of business and support units to ensure compliance with internal policies and external laws and regulations.


  • Manages and evaluates the job performance of subordinate staff. Trains, coaches, counsels, and disciplines direct reports; communicates job expectations; monitors, appraises, and reviews job contributions; enforces policies and procedures. Assigns specific tasks and projects and establishes departmental goals consistent with overall Credit Union strategic objectives. Exercises authority with respect to promotions, transfers, performance appraisals, salary increases and disciplinary actions.


  • Assists in development of, and ensures compliance with, the Risk Management departments annual budget.


  • Complies with all applicable Rules, Regulations and Statutes of the NCUA and other appropriate governing bodies to include but not limited to: the Credit Union Bylaws, Bank Secrecy Act, Fair Housing Act, Fair Lending Act, and Fair Credit Reporting.


  • Performs other duties as assigned.


Required Experience:

Education: Bachelors degree in business or related field required. Juris Doctor (J.D.) degree required. CRCM, NCCO, or CUCE certification is preferred.

Experience: Fifteen (15) years progressively responsible experience in the areas of compliance, risk management, and vendor management in a financial institution.

Skills: Ability to understand a broad range of financial service operations. Proven experience working with regulators. Proficiency with PC applications such as Word, Excel and Powerpoint required. Strong organizational skills required. Must possess strong collaboration, negotiation, influencing and relationship management skills.

Communication: Excellent verbal and written communication skills required. Dynamic public speaking and presentation skills required. Ability to work professionally with a variety of staff, management, members and vendors.

Supervisory: Five (5) years managerial experience required.

Time in Service: None Required.

Equal Opportunity Employer/Veterans/Disabled

An Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, or protected veteran status, and will not be discriminated against on the basis of disability.

Keyword: Chief Risk Officer, Risk Officer

From: United States Senate Federal Credit Union


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Job Description


Description


The Chief Compliance & Risk Officer is responsible for developing, implementing and administering all aspects of the Bank’s Compliance Management Program by planning, organizing, and controlling the Bank’s day to day administrative, lending, and operational compliance activities.


 


ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING


• Defining the necessary level of knowledge on existing and emerging regulatory compliance requirements across the organization.


• Developing the annual compliance work plan that reflects the organization's unique characteristics.


• Periodically revising the compliance plan in light of changes.


• Overseeing and monitoring the implementation of the compliance program.


• Coordinating internal compliance review and monitoring activities, including periodic reviews of departments.


• Providing guidance, advice, and/or training and educational programs, to improve business' understanding of related laws and regulatory requirements.


• Providing strategic direction to the management team on compliance.


• Preparing and presenting clear and concise compliance reports to the Board.


• Coordinating efforts and interacting with regulators related to audits, reviews, and examinations.


• Developing policies and programs that encourage managers and employees to report suspected fraud and other improprieties, without fear of retaliation.


• Independently investigating and acting on matters related to compliance.


• Monitoring external review processes.


Requirements


• Extensive knowledge of banking law, policies and procedures.


• Strong knowledge of federal and state consumer protection laws and regulations, BSA/AML regulations, and all regulatory rules and guidance associated with the same.


• Series 7, 24, 65/66 required.


• Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist designation is preferred.


• Detail orientated, accurate, organized, able to set priorities.


• Excellent interpersonal skills to work effectively with staff at all levels.


• Solid written and verbal communication skills.


• Ability to multi-task and adapt to quick-shifting priorities.


EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE


• Bachelor’s Degree with minimum of 10 years professional compliance experience, with extensive knowledge of FINRA and SEC regulations.


 


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Who We AreThe Global Association of Risk Professionals is a non-partisan, not-for-profit membership organization. GARP offers risk certification — the Financial Risk Manager (FRM®) and Energy Risk Professional (ERP®) — and educational programs for professionals at financial institutions, government agencies, central banks, academia and corporations. Through the GARP Benchmarking Initiative and GARP Risk Institute, GARP sponsors research in risk management and promotes collaboration among practitioners, academics and regulators to promote a culture of risk awareness. Founded in 1996, governed by a Board of Trustees, GARP is headquartered in Jersey City, NJ, with offices in London, Washington, D.C. and Beijing.Position, Responsibilities and RequirementsThe Chief Information Officer will play a significant role in overseeing the development of technology/IT systems that enable GARP to meet its short and long-term strategic objectives. This individual will directly manage the teams that provide technology solutions for business initiatives and IT resources that allow GARP’s global operations to run smoothly and efficiently. The Chief Information Officer will oversee the technology and IT teams within GARP and will be the primary interface to the GARP business leads for technology issues. The role encompasses a range of responsibilities that include, but are not limited to:· Set broad technology and IT strategy and manage the relationship with the business leads· Develop goals and plans to ensure the technology department provides effective capabilities for the company and that the IT department runs smoothly and effectively· In conjunction with business team leaders, prioritize the portfolio of technology and IT projects to ensure delivery of the highest value to organization· Oversee the development of corporate standards, technology architecture and technology evaluation· Ensure technology systems and procedures lead to outcomes in line with business goals· Provide technology thought leadership for the company by keeping up-to-date on changes in the technology sector to discover ways the company can improve and gain a competitive advantage· Serve as the internal and external champion and advocate for GARP’s digital strategy· Drive innovation and new initiatives to enhance our digital capabilities· Select and oversee implementation of suitable technology to streamline all internal operations and help optimize their strategic benefits· Design and customize technological systems and platforms to support collaboration between business units· Oversee all IT-related projects and the implementation of new IT systems· Provide leadership to technology and IT staff and be a technology resource for the company· Identify, develop and maintains security-related processes that reduce the company's operational risks· Analyze the costs, value, and risks of information technology to advise management and suggest actions· Approve purchases of technological equipment and softwareRequired skills for the position include:· Well-grounded in technology and a solid understanding of the entire IT function· Excellent knowledge of IT systems and infrastructure· Solid understanding of data analysis, budgeting, and business operations· Outstanding communication and interpersonal abilities· Strong organizational skills – leadership, management, process, working in a small business environment Background required for this position includes: · Proven work history as a CIO or similar managerial role; minimum 10 years of technology/IT experience in roles of increasing complexity and leadership requirements· Undergraduate degree in computer science or a related field; ideally an M.B.A. or advanced technical degree· Background in designing/developing/implementing technology and IT systemsGARP offers competitive compensation, a pleasant work environment, and generous benefits. If interested and qualified, please contact Adrienne Rosenfeld by email at adrienne.rosenfeld@garp.com. Please include your resume and a cover letter indicating your experience and how you believe you can contribute to GARP’s efforts.


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Position Summary Sunmark Federal Credit Union is searching for a detail-oriented executive to join their Executive Leadership Team as VP/Chief Enterprise Risk Officer. Reporting to the SVP/COO, this position will provide leadership to support the credit union’s short and long-term goals by overseeing the enterprise risk and compliance activities. This role will lead, develop, and grow a team of risk management and compliance experts in regulatory management, vendor management, legal affairs, member communications, BSA/AML, fraud and loss mitigation, security, and quality control. Bachelors degree with five to seven years related experience or high school diploma with seven to ten years related experience required. Previous enterprise risk management, internal audit and/or compliance experience is ideal. CRMP or CERP preferred. Company Profile Sunmark Federal Credit Union has a long and rich history in the Capital Region. First established in 1937, when General Electric employees banded together to form Schenectady G.E. Turbine Department’s Federal Credit Union. In 1983, the name was consolidated to Turbine Federal Credit Union. The last 20 years have seen significant growth. In 1997, to reflect the broader member base, the credit union changed its name again with the help of their members, to Sunmark. In 2002, Sunmark opened its doors to serve anyone living or working in Schenectady, Albany, Saratoga, and Rensselaer counties. In 2005, Sunmark added Montgomery and Schoharie counties to its community charter. Throughout its history, Sunmark responded to their members’ changing needs by adding new branch locations, technologies, and services. As the credit union continues to grow, they continue to serve in the credit union mantra: People helping People. To learn more, visit Community Profile Latham, NY is a hamlet in Albany County, NY. Latham is located along U.S. Route 9 in the town of Colonie, a suburb of Albany, the Capital of New York State. The Town of Colonie’s unique location has contributed to its continued growth and prosperity over time. Over the past four centuries, Albany has grown from a small Dutch settlement into New York State's Capital City in the heart of burgeoning Tech Valley. Residents and visitors alike enjoy four unique seasons of free festivals and events, historic masterpieces, one-of-a-kind attractions, premiere shopping, and memorable meals. You haven't truly seen New York State until you've visited Albany. Compensation An excellent competitive compensation will be offered to the selected candidate. Application ProcedureTo submit your confidential application and learn more about the positions represented by D. Hilton Associates, please visit us at www.dhilton.com and click on Find a Career. You may recommend others for candidacy by contacting Jessica Jarman, Vice President at (800) 367-0433 extension 138 or Jessica@dhilton.com.


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Who We Are


The Global Association of Risk Professionals is a non-partisan, not-for-profit membership organization. GARP offers risk certification — the Financial Risk Manager (FRM®) and Energy Risk Professional (ERP®) — and educational programs for professionals at financial institutions, government agencies, central banks, academia and corporations. Through the GARP Benchmarking Initiative and GARP Risk Institute, GARP sponsors research in risk management and promotes collaboration among practitioners, academics and regulators to promote a culture of risk awareness. Founded in 1996, governed by a Board of Trustees, GARP is headquartered in Jersey City, NJ, with offices in London, Washington, D.C. and Beijing.


Position, Responsibilities and Requirements


The Chief Information Officer will play a significant role in overseeing the development of technology/IT systems that enable GARP to meet its short and long-term strategic objectives. This individual will directly manage the teams that provide technology solutions for business initiatives and IT resources that allow GARP’s global operations to run smoothly and efficiently.


The Chief Information Officer will oversee the technology and IT teams within GARP and will be the primary interface to the GARP business leads for technology issues. The role encompasses a range of responsibilities that include, but are not limited to:


·        Set broad technology and IT strategy and manage the relationship with the business leads

·        Develop goals and plans to ensure the technology department provides effective capabilities for the company and that the IT department runs smoothly and effectively

·        In conjunction with business team leaders, prioritize the portfolio of technology and IT projects to ensure delivery of the highest value to organization

·        Oversee the development of corporate standards, technology architecture and technology evaluation

·        Ensure technology systems and procedures lead to outcomes in line with business goals

·        Provide technology thought leadership for the company by keeping up-to-date on changes in the technology sector to discover ways the company can improve and gain a competitive advantage

·        Serve as the internal and external champion and advocate for GARP’s digital strategy

·        Drive innovation and new initiatives to enhance our digital capabilities

·        Select and oversee implementation of suitable technology to streamline all internal operations and help optimize their strategic benefits

·        Design and customize technological systems and platforms to support collaboration between business units

·        Oversee all IT-related projects and the implementation of new IT systems

·        Provide leadership to technology and IT staff and be a technology resource for the company

·        Identify, develop and maintains security-related processes that reduce the company's operational risks

·        Analyze the costs, value, and risks of information technology to advise management and suggest actions

·        Approve purchases of technological equipment and software


Required skills for the position include:


·        Well-grounded in technology and a solid understanding of the entire IT function

·        Excellent knowledge of IT systems and infrastructure

·        Solid understanding of data analysis, budgeting, and business operations

·        Outstanding communication and interpersonal abilities

·        Strong organizational skills – leadership, management, process, working in a small business environment

 

Background required for this position includes:

 

·        Proven work history as a CIO or similar managerial role; minimum 10 years of technology/IT experience in roles of increasing complexity and leadership requirements

·        Undergraduate degree in computer science or a related field; ideally an M.B.A. or advanced technical degree

·        Background in designing/developing/implementing technology and IT systems


GARP offers competitive compensation, a pleasant work environment, and generous benefits. 


If interested and qualified, please contact Adrienne Rosenfeld by email at adrienne.rosenfeld@garp.com. Please include your resume and a cover letter indicating your experience and how you believe you can contribute to GARP’s efforts. 


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