SVP - Risk
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|Status:||Inactive / Filled|
|Title:||SVP - Risk|
|Job Location:||Pennsylvania - Chamberburg|
|Base Compensation:||$120,000 — $150,000|
|Total Compensation:||$120,000 — $150,000|
|Is Employer Willing to Relocate?:||Yes|
|Other Relocation Information:||Limited relo availible|
|Employment Type:||Full Time / Direct Hire|
|Job Categories:||Audit ; Executive Management|
WHY IS THIS A GREAT OPPORTUNITY?
Functionally, this will be a Deputy Chief Risk Officer position. The successful candidate will be groomed to step into the CRO role within 1-3 years. Profitable, growing Bank!
JOB DESCRIPTIONOur client is a progressive Central Pennsylvania-based financial services company. This publicly-traded company’s dynamic management team is aiming the organization toward the top position within its market footprint. Reporting to the current Chief Risk Officer, this position will be part of the succession plan for the CRO. We are seeking an executive who will support risk management across the entire corporate enterprise consisting of the following functions: Credit & all related activities; Compliance & Operating Risk; Physical & Information Security Risk; Bank Secrecy; and Market Risk. The successful candidate will be a member of several key operating committees. This high-visibility position will work closely with the CRO, General Counsel and Chief Compliance Officer to ensure continued sound credit operations for the institution. Solid retail banking risk or Audit skills are necessary for this role. A minimum of eight years of progressive banking leadership experience and a solid foundation in all aspects of risk are essential. Exceptional verbal and written communication skills required. Must have current leadership experiences in the pertinent areas with demonstrated track record of building & managing a competent and business-focused Risk team.
The successful candidate will have solid presentation and communications skills. Must be able to communicate effectively across all levels up to and including the Board of Directors. Additional responsibilities include: • Development of the definition & scope of the Enterprise Risk Management function with the CRO, Executive Committee and the Board including all risk; credit; market; operational; liquidity; regulatory & reputational risks. • Development & implementation of business unit risk plans, establishing objectives & monitoring progress. • Oversight of the Corporate credit policy function. • Management of regulatory dialogue with Federal Reserve & OCC.
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