Citigroup VP - Chief Data Governance Office Risk & Control Officer in Tampa, Florida
The CDGO Risk & Control Officer accomplishes results through oversight of the data management control environment, and execution of data management audit/control related activities, including risk identification / mitigation, corrective action plan (CAP) tracking and monitoring, and Manager’s Control Assessment (MCA). This position will be primarily responsible for supporting the Manager’s Control Assessment (MCA) for CDGO .
Administer and ensure the consistent implementation and execution of Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC) & Manager's Control Assessment (MCA) Procedures across the CDGO MCA Governance Entity (MGE) and Assessment Units (AU).
Coordinate and facilitate the annual review of Activities, Risks, Controls and Monitoring Tools (ARCM) for the Annual Risk Assessment (ARA) by conducting meetings with key stakeholders and process owners.
Provide guidance to MGE and AU Owners on MCA ARCM descriptions in alignment with the GRC Taxonomy reference guide.
Engage and challenge process owners on MCA controls and monitoring details.
Collaborate with CDGO and Risk & Control teams to proactively identify risks / issues and make recommendations on ARCM updates based upon changes in the control environment, audit issues and/or emerging risks.
Establish schedule for quarterly continuous monitoring, including mechanisms to ensure timely completion of results.
Perform all required MCA activities in Citi Risk and Control system including operational loss and issue mapping, establishing dependencies and identification of critical applications
Aggregate Continuous Monitoring results from the CDGO teams and assist in preparing the Quarterly Risk Assessment (QRA) for management review. Provide feedback in the development of the rating rationale and provide supporting evidence for entity level residual risk rating.
Coordinate review of Quarterly MCA assessment materials with MCA Area leads, Risk & Control Teams, and other MCA Key stakeholders.
Partner with CDGO teams to establish best practices and consistency in implementation of the MCA Program activities.
Support SOX activities related to MCA including identification of SOX Controls and tagging within the Citi Risk and Control system MCA and coordination of SOX IT Documentation with process owners.
Support CDGO Risk Control Issues Management and Audit processes and requests
Perform other tasks related to MCA as needed.
Other risk and control tasks upon request.
Appropriately assess risk when business decisions are made, demonstrating particular consideration for the firm's reputation and safeguarding Citigroup, its clients and assets, by driving compliance with applicable laws, rules and regulations, adhering to Policy, applying sound ethical judgment regarding personal behavior, conduct and business practices, and escalating, managing and reporting control issues with transparency.
6+ years of Risk, Control, Compliance or Operational Risk experience
Knowledge in data management practices, including CDMP, data quality and data acquisition life cycle, a plus
Experience with MCA module of Citi Risk and Controls system a plus.
Effective interpersonal skills for interfacing with all levels of stakeholder management
Ability to participate in and lead "virtual" teams.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
Must be a motivated, self-starter who can independently handle tasks with little oversight.
Solid analytical and problem-solving abilities.
Demonstrated organization skills with the ability to multi-task effectively in a high-volume environment
High degree of attention to detail.
Ability to work well under pressure.
Ability to complete tasks within deadline
Ability to quickly take on new tasks and complete them within deadline.
Power user of Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.
- Bachelor’s/University degree or equivalent experience, potentially Masters degree
Job Family Group:
Business Risk & Controls
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