Director, Enterprise Risk Management

Bern
14 avril | Cadre di­ri­geant | 100%

Director, Enterprise Risk Management

About CSL

With operations in 35+ nations and ~27,000 employees worldwide, CSL is driven to develop and deliver a broad range of lifesaving therapies to treat disorders such as hemophilia and primary immune deficiencies, and vaccines to prevent influenza. Our therapies are also used in cardiac surgery, organ transplantation and burn treatment.

CSL is the parent company of CSL Behring and Seqirus. CSL Behring is a global leader in the protein biotherapeutics industry, focused on bringing to market biotherapies used to treat serious and often rare conditions. CSL Behring operates CSL Plasma, one of the world's largest collectors of human plasma, which is used to create CSL’s therapies. Seqirus is one of the largest influenza vaccine companies in the world and is a transcontinental partner in pandemic preparedness and a major contributor to the prevention and control of influenza globally.

We invite you to take a look at the many career possibilities available around the globe and consider building your promising future at CSL by becoming a member of our team!

Stellenbeschreibung

The Director, Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) is responsible for recommending, directing, and implementing the Strategies, Operational and Tactical plans to ensure that the Enterprise Risk Management Framework (ERMF) including the Risk Management Processes, Risk Appetite Statements and Risk measures, are embedded/operationalised across CSL (Behring and Seqirus) businesses and functions globally (as assigned). The incumbent will play a key role in enabling the CSL group to achieve its strategic ERM framework and goals by collaborating across teams globally and providing a view on risk appetite, risk assessment and providing inputs into risk trainings for all the functions.

The incumbent in this role will act as a risk expert and key business partner in advising the risk leaders, risk experts and other business leaders in ongoing risk identification, management, controls, and mitigations for those businesses and functions they are assigned responsibility for. They are responsible for driving the ongoing development of risk awareness and embedding risk and the three lines of accountability across various businesses and functions (as assigned). The role will proactively and regularly identify opportunities for improvement in all areas of accountability including technology (in collaboration with IT) and implements those in accordance with agreed plans.  The incumbent in this role keeps up to date with ‘best practices’ and emerging trends in the external environment that may impact CSL and actively brings ideas, risks and issues for discussion to the Global Head of ERM.

RESPONSIBILITIES AND ACCOUNTABILITIES

1. Responsible for recommending, directing, and implementing the Strategies, Operational and Tactical plans to ensure that the Enterprise Risk Management Framework (ERMF) including the Risk Management Processes, Risk Appetite Statements and Risk measures, are embedded/operationalized across CSL(Behring and Seqirus) businesses and functions globally, as assigned.

2. Responsible for driving ongoing risk awareness in the organisation and embedding risk and the three lines of accountability across various businesses and functions (as assigned) across the CSL group. Ensures alignment and plays a key role in meeting strategic objectives of the Global Risk program, ultimately for the Global Enterprise Risk, Ethics & Compliance (EREC) and CSL group objectives and Global Legal Strategy, monitors progress against and defines initiatives or actions to meet the objectives.

3. Proactively and regularly identifies opportunities for improvement in areas of accountability including technology (in collaboration with IT) and implements in accordance with plans as agreed with the Global Head of ERM.  Keeps up to date with ‘best practices’ and emerging trends in the external environment that may impact CSL and actively brings ideas, risks and issues to the Global Head of ERM. 

4. Reviews the Enterprise wide Risk Appetite Statement on an ongoing basis including working closely with the business and functions (as assigned) to reassess existing statements, tolerances, risk measures (with a focus on leading measures) and thresholds and determine any changes, additions and deletions.  Works with the EREC Monitoring & Assurance team to support the collection of data twice per annum and providing subject matter expert (SME) support for associated context/narrative to support any red indicators, trends and/or proposed changes – for twice yearly reporting to the Enterprise Risk Management Committee (ERMC), Global Executive Leadership Group (GLG) and ARMC.

5. Responsible for ongoing Risk Management and engagement across the businesses and functions (as assigned) by engaging as a key business partner in risk discussions and ad-hoc interactions to support ongoing risk identification and management. Includes supporting Senior Risk leaders, Risk Experts, and others in the business (for areas as assigned) to identify and document risks that CSL is exposed to. Supports the business in undertaking risk ‘deep dives’ as required and developing controls to mitigate issues through the issues/risks management process. Proactively supports the functions and businesses in assessing their risk profile and advising where risk controls are needed. Advises and provides consultation in enabling the business to calculate the current risk by evaluating the risk factors, suggesting mitigation measures, and determining the target risk.

6. Provides inputs and recommendations on the CSL group risk profile to the Global Head of ERM and identifies risk interdependencies across businesses and functions (as assigned) to characterise enterprise-wide exposures at the CSL Group level.  Implements periodic reviews, and recommends updates to the policies, processes, tools, and templates at the business and group level to reflect changing priorities. Responsible for effectively managing the process of identifying emerging risks to the various businesses and functions (as assigned), Responsible for recommending and implementing exercises to assess these risks and identify mitigation measures.

7. Responsible for recommending, directing, and implementing a ‘risk in change’ process in consultation with the Head of ERM to effectively integrate Risk Management and various change initiatives and proactively identify and manage risks in the assigned businesses or functional areas. 

8. Collaborate with the EREC Monitoring and Assurance team to review and provide specialist input for risk reporting through the Global Head of ERM and ultimately for CRO approval and distribution in accordance with Board / ARMC and risk governance requirements. Supports the EREC Monitoring and Assurance team in the production of reports from the CSL Group Risk Management Technology solution (as needed).

9. Collaborate with the EREC Monitoring and Assurance team to provide risk SME input into and support the periodic review of the risk based monitoring program (including audit plans and cadence) for the assigned businesses, in accordance with the ERMF and related policies and standards. Includes providing SME input into developing and maintaining the routine controls testing program.

10. Supports the Senior Risk Leaders in the business with any specialist ERM advice or input for risk discussions that will be scheduled as part of ongoing leadership team meetings.  

11. Manage inputs for the Risk Control Engineering program including the overview of managing online reports, recommendations, and recommendation responses from site management.

12. Provides subject matter expertise and input to ensure delivery of risk related training and orientation to all employees, contractors, and other appropriate third parties. Identify requirements to develop, deliver and/or conduct risk training for impacted stakeholders, liaising with Legal Services & Operations.

13. Responsible for analysis of data and inputs on various business variables, the relative dependencies across the business from the Business Interruption Value Stream Model (VSM) tool; utilises the VSM tool to help businesses model impacts of interruption (for assigned business and functional areas).

14. Collaborates with the Global Head of ERM in projects and responsibilities, as assigned, that may be global in nature or region specific.

Education

Bachelor’s degree in Risk Management, Business or Law required; advanced degree preferred.

Experience

•    10+ years working in risk management of a life sciences, biotech or other manufacturing organization.
•    Prior experience within large global and matrix organizations i.e. across regions/countries, functions, multiple jurisdictions preferable. 
•    Strong knowledge of Enterprise Risk Management frameworks, Risk Management processes, Risk Appetite Statements, Key Risk Measures (leading vs lagging), Risk and Loss Assessment, Value Stream Analysis.
•    Experience in implementing risk programs and embedding a risk culture in a global organization.
 

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