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is dedicated to helping people live and age with independence. By providing a single place to find and manage resources which support independent living,
makes it easier to access care and to age safely at home.
This is your opportunity to join an innovative company with a culture that promotes compassion, trust and accountability.
ABOUT THIS OPPORTUNITY:
The director of risk management is responsible for setting the strategy and
managing the function and staff of the corporate risk management area.
Directs entire business unit/area with responsibility for resource allocation, including budget and personnel.
Builds a strong knowledge and understanding of the enterprise business processes, organization and products subject to risk review.
Continually seeks opportunities to increase customer satisfaction, deepen client relationships, and inspire team members toward excellence.
Seeks out emerging industry best practices and takes initiative to improve process and productivity.
Consults with senior peers and management members on cross-departmental initiatives, and works closely with the senior business and executive leadership to align risk management practices with business objectives.
Researches, recommends, and implements systems, procedures, and other changes to reduce and mitigate risk to information systems and corporate assets.
Works independently and within a team on risk management projects to meet company and customer requirements.
Educates and communicates risk management requirements and procedures internally and to clients.
Participates in and supports security incident response and business continuity/disaster recovery business needs.
Works directly with clients and may travel to clients’ sites.
Other duties as assigned.
Bachelor’s degree in business, computer science, or a related field required.
Fifteen years of professional experience with a minimum of 8 years of management experience implementing security, risk management, and/or compliance solutions required.
Knowledge of the fundamentals of technology, information security, risk management, audit and compliance areas required.
Experience with establishing security, risk management, and/or compliance enterprise programs required.
Experience responding to and coordinating audit engagement activities preferred.
Excellent interpersonal, verbal & written communication skills, strong organizational skills, and project management experience are essential.
The ability to multi-task, work independently, and work with others to implement plans is required.
Experience with industry regulations and standards within the finance and/or healthcare sectors and with related standards such as HIPAA, GLBA, FFIEC, PCI, ISO, NIST, and/or Sarbanes-Oxley a plus.
Required to uphold the principles of compliance as outlined in the Code of Conduct, Employee Handbook and related policies and procedures.
Supports and participates in the mandatory Corporate Compliance Program training initiative on an annual or more frequent basis, as required.
Additional certifications and qualifications:
Security certification(s) preferred: Enterprise level (ie. – CISSP, CPP, etc.) certification(s) a plus.
Master’s in Business or Computer Science
Univita Health - 19 months ago