Main duties and responsibilities:
Ensure effective communication with internal and external stakeholders to ensure effective governance and risk management through service delivery and, to ensure compliance and best practice is shared and developed.
Work with complex commercially confidential and sensitive information and documents.
Liaise with and provide advice to internal and external stakeholders in relation to governance and risk management, using tact and diplomacy.
Provide advice to internal and external stakeholders on a range of complex and contentious information.
Write and present risk management and business continuity reports to the Operations Risk Review Group and Senior Management Team
Able to maintain a supportive yet challenging dialogue with senior managers, enabling them to develop and deliver their business whilst ensuring they are managing within their delegated authorities and are cognizant of risk when taking decisions.
Responsible for the quarterly review of risk management, preparing appropriate Committee and Board reports and following up agreed actions with relevant managers.
Analytical and Judging Skills
Identify, manage and escalate risks and issues in service delivery, project delivery and contract and procurement management, ensuring that appropriate action is taken to mitigate them across the NHS Resolution; this will include making recommendations for improvement and ensuring recommendations are implemented.
Translate information from Business Impact Assessments into organisational business continuity plans
Translate information from horizon scanning, particularly on prospective legislative changes, into proposals for Audit and Risk Committee and/or Senior Management Team to consider.
Planning, Organising and Delivering on Goals
Responsible for the development of a risk management strategy and associated action plan. This includes adjusting plans and reassessing strategies to reach deliverables.
Support the work of the Local Counter Fraud Team and ensure it is taken forward and reported to the Audit and Risk Committee.
Responsible for supporting the Deputy Head of Corporate and Information Governance with the delivery of the annual internal audit programme.
Develop an ORG annual reporting programme, ensuring papers are distributed in a timely manner.
Work with business areas to develop and maintain team risk registers and ensure regular reporting to relevant sub groups and committees.
Support the production of the annual governance statement for inclusion in the annual report and accounts. Contribute to the annual business plan and three year strategy for the areas of governance and risk management.
Policy and Service Responsibilities
Responsible for ensuring NHS Resolution has appropriate risk management, Business Continuity and Anti-Fraud and Bribery policies and procedures in place consistent with legislation and health system-wide good practice, presenting them on a timely basis to the Audit and Risk Committee and Senior Management Team.
Support the arrangements for an effective and efficient governance framework, including drafting the Standing Orders, the scheme of delegation and contributing to the drafting of Standing Financial Instructions.
Responsible for ensuring compliance of policies to mitigate risk of breach of legislation.
Ensure that governance requirements are considered in other NHS Resolution policies and procedures as required.
Develops Self, Others and Team
Responsible for the management and development of staff; this will include the recruitment and selection of new employees; undertaking annual appraisals and objective setting; sickness absence management; and where needed performance, capability and disciplinary issues; acting as an authorised signatory for small expenses.
Participate in the Annual Performance Appraisal process, sourcing and undertaking training as identified in the Personal Development Plan.
Develop, implement and deliver training programmes to all staff on areas of business continuity and risk to raise awareness of relevant legislative compliance.
Act as a role model in relation to partnership working to embed governance and risk.
Develop and maintain systems for monitoring and reporting on risk on all aspects of NHS Resolution's business, presenting timely and clearly drafted reports to the Board, Senior Management Team, and relevant governance committees.
Develop and maintain a suite of business continuity plans, including crisis management and pandemic plans
Responsibility for identifying and reporting risks and general governance-related activity, providing assurance to Audit and Risk Committee and Senior Management Team on such matters.
Maintain the internal audit action tracker and ensure reporting to Audit and Risk Committee, Senior Management Team and relevant governance groups or committees.
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