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Group Risk Manager

  • Location

    London

  • Sector:

    Risk Management, Risk Advisory

  • Salary:

    Salary circa £80,000-£90,000 per annum with £6,000 car allowance and bonus of 35% +

  • Contact:

    Tom Fleming

  • Contact email:

    tomf@auditandriskrecruitment.com

  • Salary high:

    90000

  • Salary low:

    80000

  • Published:

    6 months ago

  • Expiry date:

    2022-05-01

  • Consultant:

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Salary circa £80,000-£90,000 per annum with £6,000 car allowance and bonus of 35% +

 

The Audit & Risk Recruitment Company (ARRC) are working with a high-growth FTSE 250 business who have interests in the automotive and shipping sectors.

 

This business has recently hired a new CEO and is undertaking a wide-scale Change programme to modernise its operations, including digitisation and an overhaul of its shared services function. There are numerous modernisation projects ongoing alongside finance transformation.

 

This is a very exciting time for a Risk Manager to join their business. Reporting into the Director of Internal Audit and Risk, you will be responsible for building a best-in-class Enterprise Risk Management framework.

 

The Group Risk Manager will work closely with stakeholders to understand how the business works. You will assess risks that affect all functions including Finance and Operations. You will also manage risks associated with Change projects and the integration of new technologies. Distribution and logistics are critical to this business, and you will explore risks associated with environmental impact and climate change as well as other bespoke Risk projects. Business Continuity Planning will be a main component of this role and experience in this field will be highly regarded.

 

Please apply if you are an experienced Risk Management professional who has worked in the corporate Industrial or Commercial sectors or Management Consultancy (preferably both). If your experience is solely in Financial Services you are unlikely to be selected for interview.