Head of Divisional Controls - Retail Head of Divisional Controls - Retail …

NAB - National Australia Bank
in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Permanent, Full time
Last application, 17 Feb 20
NAB - National Australia Bank
in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Permanent, Full time
Last application, 17 Feb 20
Head of Divisional Controls - Retail
  • Drive risk awareness, understanding and change
  • Come and make this role your own
  • Progressive & agile culture

You & your new role
The Head of Divisional Controls will be a common point of expert leadership and will provide first line controls, compliance and risk assurance support to management for the Retail business. This role is critical in driving risk assurance awareness, understanding, and change to create a centre of excellence for controls including the uplift of NAB's controls infrastructure.

You are an experienced risk leader with outstanding knowledge of risk management and compliance disciplines ideally within highly regulated environments. Your ability to lead high performing teams, take a practical approach to solving issues and exceptional time management skills will see you bring success to this role and team.

A typical day will include:
  • Operational risk and regulatory obligation identification, impact assessment and change within the Division
  • Advising business leaders on the application of the operational risk and compliance management framework to evaluate risks to achieve business outcomes
  • Engaging and managing senior stakeholders to implement and improve business systems and processes through the use/integration of the risk and compliance framework
  • Working with the business to implement systems and controls to manage the requirements of operational risk and compliance policies which apply to the business
  • Risk profiling: assisting to identify key risks and design of indicators to monitor, input into Divisional Risk Setting Statements as relevant
  • Designing controls: assisting to identify the right key controls to mitigate key risks and obligations applicable to the business
  • Providing guidance on risk and control items including Subject Matter Expertise for the following: Risks, Obligations Events, Change, and related Policies; Remediation action plans to address any control design or operating effectiveness gaps; Requisitions on Management attestations, ensuring evidence is consolidated at a Sub-Divisional level; Relevant Risk Management Forums and/or other risk related committees as required
  • Developing and maintaining compliance plans which are ultimately owned by the EGM in consultation with risk and compliance partners,
  • Providing business specific input and context to: Risk deep dive reviews, Internal Audit reviews, Assurance reports and Action plans for ineffective operational controls
  • Uplifting risk management maturity and practices
  • Assisting in regulatory responses and regulatory engagement matters
  • Leading key initiatives within the business and engaging senior stakeholders to ensure outcomes are delivered
  • Completing People Leader responsibilities including supporting competency and training of direct reports

Everyone at NAB deserves an outstanding leader, who inspires and engages your team in our purpose, vision and values, and helps them focus on the things that matter the most in these tough times. As a NAB people manager, you will be an Outstanding Leader.

We're NAB
We believe success comes from our people. We're committed to supporting your talent and skills through your career, as you help us build a culture that affects change for our customers - and for the community too.

We are an equal opportunity employer and welcome diversity in the workplace.

How to apply
If you think this role is the right fit for you, we invite you to apply. Let's have a serious but informal chat about who you are and what drives you. We'd love to share our vision for the future of banking.

To be eligible to apply, you must have Australian or New Zealand citizenship or permanent residency status. Please note candidate screening and interviews may be conducted prior to the closing date of the job advert.

Advertised: 10 Jan 2020 12:00 AM AUS Eastern Daylight Time