Director, Risk Management
Gore Mutual Insurance Company
Cambridge, ON,Canada
1d ago
source : MNC Jobs

Job Description

Reporting to the Chief Financial Officer, our Director, Risk Management will be a dynamic, experienced risk leader, who contributes to our success by identifying risks and leveraging opportunities that enable Gore Mutual to make decisions that create and sustain value.

This includes developing, leading and implementing enterprise wide risk management practices while collaborating with business leaders across the organization.

What will you do?

  • Responsible for the leadership, innovation, governance and management needed to identify, evaluate, mitigate and monitor Gore Mutual’ s operational and strategic risks enterprise-wide
  • Develop tools, practices, policies and procedures to analyze and monitor enterprise risks according to our enterprise risk management framework
  • Leads the development, maintenance and continual enhancement of the enterprise risk reporting framework that provides clear, concise, relevant and timely risk & capital management information to Senior Management and the Board
  • Partner with key business stakeholders to provide leadership and support related to enterprise wide risk assessments.
  • Own the preparation and presentation of quarterly risk reporting to the Senior Management and the Board of Directors
  • Develop the framework and reporting related to the Company’s Own Risk & Solvency Assessment, including ongoing monitoring practices and annual update
  • Ensure risk management policies and strategies are in compliance with applicable regulations
  • Initiate and lead research into perceived emerging operational and strategic risks and work with business leaders to mitigate these risks and seek out ways to leverage identified risks into business opportunities
  • Other duties and projects as assigned
  • What will you need to succeed?

  • Minimum 7 years in combination of knowledge, skill, and work experience in leading operational and strategic risk practices
  • University degree or college diploma with an emphasis on finance and risk management
  • Chartered Professional Accounting (CPA) and Canadian Risk Management Designation (CRM) is preferred
  • Property and Casualty experience including exposure to capital management
  • Strong influencing skills with ability to effectively collaborate across the business to build a strong risk culture
  • Strong business acumen with excellent analytical and problem-solving skills with the ability to recognize and identify critical issues
  • Confidence to take ideas forward and challenge others
  • Ability to multi-task and work well under pressure with minimum supervision
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills and experience making presentations to senior management and Board of Directors
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