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Risk Analyst
Ref No.: 18-09085
Location: New York, New York
• Participate in TITAN program meetings/briefings and assist management with identifying, analyzing, monitoring and reporting program risks and preparing artifacts (e.g., risk registers, risk events, mitigation plans, etc.).
• Assess the adequacy of controls and mitigation plans related to TITAN program risks and audit findings, prepare and present recommendations to management, and monitor the timely and effective implementation of remediation plans to address identified gaps.
• Develop and deliver written and verbal communications (e.g., proposals, reports and presentations) related to TITAN program risk management, including recommendations for all levels of management.
• Build and maintain relationships across the first-line TA business and TITAN program areas and the second/third-lines of defense central risk/control functions, and assist program management in keeping abreast of policy requirements and usage of central risk management and control function tools and processes.
• Oversee the onboarding/off boarding processes (e.g., access, equipment, training, etc.) of program-related new hires, transfers, and terminations; ensuring that the procedures are communicated, understood and executed in a well-controlled manner.
• Participate in or lead risk management ad hoc assignments or special projects.
• Stay apprised of Client Client's and industry best practices related to risk management, internal controls, vendor management, and other risk and control related areas.

• Bachelor's degree; advanced degree or business certifications (e.g., CIA, CISA, CISSP or CRMA) a plus.
• 2-6 years of experience in risk management, internal controls, internal audit or other relevant experience in a risk-related role.
• Project management experience (PMP) or understanding of the systems development life cycle (SDLC).
• Good analytical, problem-solving, independent thinking, and decision-making skills; ability to independently resolve less complex issues with stakeholders.
• Knowledge of risk analysis and risk mitigation, including the demonstrated ability to link risk initiatives to critical business drivers, profile risks, and identify risk concentrations and triggers.
• Strong communications (verbal, written, and presentation) skills.
• Experience delivering quality written documents, under tight timeframes.
• Ability to build and maintain strong partnerships; and work with stakeholders of all levels from across the organization collaboratively and constructively.
• Initiative and ability to self-start, organize efforts independently, and make timely decisions and effective recommendations.
• A high level of proficiency with MS Excel, Word, Project and PowerPoint.