Senior Manager, Governance %26 Control
We're on a mission to build the relationship-focused bank of the future and we're looking for the passionate collaborators, innovators, advisors, and leaders who can get us there. Our distinct culture is built on a shared commitment to do what's right for our clients, our people, and our communities, and we strive for excellence in everything we do. Because life at CIBC is not only what you do, but how you do it.
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What You'll Be Doing
As a Senior Manager in Governance and Control, you will be involved in various initiatives within Finance to ensure there is an appropriate Governance structure and provide advisory services for process enhancements, control implementation, key risk identification, regulatory exposure among various others. You will ensure on-going control effectiveness though creating test plans and perform review and testing to determine design and operating effectiveness of the control environment. You will oversee a team of business consultants to ensure there adequate governance coverage over the line of business.
How You'll Succeed
- Governance and Advisory Activities: Assist Director in Business Management responsibilities across finance. Provide advise and consultation over new business initiatives, new advisory services, process enhancement, and automation. Partake in special projects to mitigate risks from Regulatory and Change management.
- Control Activities: Review and/or test controls, Develop work plans, Identify, raise and record deficient and ineffective controls, Monitor the timely implementation of remediation plans. Review new business initiatives from a control perspective.
- Operational Risk Management: Conduct risk assessments and identify mitigating controls, Analyze operational risk incidents, Create and monitor appropriate Key Risk Indicators.
- Relationship Management: Primary relationship manager with key stakeholders across the organization including: Internal Audit, Risk Management, Compliance, external auditors and the Business
Who You Are
- You are a bold and accountable leader. You're passionate about developing and coaching to bring out the best in people. You have led diverse, high performing teams.
- You can demonstrate experience and knowledge of banking products and associated risks and controls It's an asset if you have experience working within auditing firms or internal audit at other financial institutions.
- You're a certified professional . You have current accreditation and good standing as a CA, CPA, CIA.
- Your influence makes an impact. You know that relationships and networks are essential to success. You inspire outcomes by making yourself heard.
- You act like an owner. You thrive when you're empowered to take the lead, go above and beyond, and deliver results.
What CIBC Offers
At CIBC, our people are our greatest asset. You'll become part of a diverse community that acknowledges everyone's unique talents, and empowers teams to do what's right for the client, and to do it well. As part of our team, you will:
- Thrive: Benefit from an open and approachable culture that provides the flexibility and support you need to integrate your life at work and at home
- Connect: Work in a place where the right technology and infrastructure fosters innovation, collaboration and creativity
- Develop: Grow your skills and career through our best-in-class onboarding experience, ongoing learning opportunities, individual development planning, and comprehensive product training
- Prosper: Share in our collective success with a competitive salary, incentive pay, banking benefits, health benefits program, and employee share purchase plan
What You Need to Know
- CIBC is committed to creating an inclusive environment where all team members and clients feel like they belong. We seek applicants with a wide range of abilities and we provide an accessible candidate experience. If you need accommodation during the application or interview process, please contact Mailbox.firstname.lastname@example.org
- You need to be legally eligible to work in Canada at the location(s) specified above and, where applicable, must have a valid work or study permit
- This is a regular full time role with a schedule of 37.5 hours each week.