Sioux Falls Federal Credit Union

Risk Manager

Location

Sioux Falls, SD

Type

Full Time

Opportunity

Growing, local financial institution seeking individual to oversee internal audit and compliance. This position will be responsible for developing, implementing, and administering all aspects of the credit union's Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) program. This position reports to our Executive Vice President - Innovation & Quality.

Be a part of a passionate and caring organization, dedicated to helping our members live better. Great benefits include health, vision, dental, paid time off, paid holidays and great day time hours, life insurance, long and short-term disability, pension plan, 401(k) option, and many more!

We are a locally owned financial institution with 6 branches throughout Sioux Falls, serving Minnehaha, Lincoln, McCook and Turner counties offering exceptional rates and options to our Members!

Specific Competencies:

The ideal individual will be a well-organized, analytical, and strategic self-starter demonstrating excellent project management, technological and professional communication skills who thrives on detailed innovation! The preferred candidate will have a working knowledge of financial regulatory compliance and tactical independent judgment decision making.

Experience, Education & Certifications:

Minimum five years’ experience in Risk Management, Audit, Compliance, or other related experience within a financial institution. Master’s Degree in Business Administration, Accounting, Business finance or other related field OR Bachelor's Degree Business Administration, Accounting, Business finance or other related field and one or more of the following Certifications: Certified Internal Auditor (CIA), Certification in Financial Services Auditing (CFSA), Certification in Risk Management Assurance (CRMA), or Certification in Control Self-Assessment (CCSA). 

Essential Duties of the Risk Manager Include:

  • Develop, implement and administer the Enterprise Risk Management program for all functions of the credit union including, but not limited to administrative, lending, operational, compliance, and information technology
  • In collaboration with senior managers, department managers and front-line staff, identify and demonstrate risks within various business processes, asses the key risks and develop controls to proactively manage and mitigate risks.
  • Oversight of Quality Control Functions surrounding mortgages, indirect loan, and other internal processes
  • Develop and execute a risk-based operational audit plan, including tracking audit findings through to remediation as well as assessing impact of findings on internal control environment and impact, if any, on financial statements
  • Coordinate external exams and outsourced audits to include pre-audit preparation. Documents, assigns, tracks and reports all external audit findings and recommended actions to ensure all issues are address within each department
  • Perform compliance monitoring and reporting as well as quality control on vendor management program to include periodic testing of vendor compliance to program goals
  • Other duties outlined in full job description

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