Hawaii Medical Service Association Enterprise Risk Management Program Manager in Honolulu, Hawaii

Company:Hawaii Medical Service Assn.Job Title:Enterprise Risk Management Program ManagerExempt or Non-Exempt:ExemptIsland:OahuCity:HonoluluLocation:HonoluluEmployment Type:Full TimeJob Summary:The Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) Program Manager reports to the Director, Internal Audit and supports the ERM program to identify, evaluate and monitor HMSA’s risks. The Program Manager will research, select and use ERM practices, methodologies, and tools to analyze and report on the organization’s risks at the senior management and Board levels.Duties and Responsibilities:Lead and develop the ERM Program under the general guidance of the Director, Internal Audit, to support the Chief Risk Officer and Risk Oversight Committee:Responsible for leading ERM program strategy and practicesProvide program updates and/or presentations to senior management and the Board of Directors on a regular basisOngoing development and implementation of the enterprise risk profile, risk appetite statement and risk tolerance statementLead and coordinate processes to administer and further develop the organization’s Own Risk and Solvency AssessmentDevelop and further efforts to model and analyze risks in a way that adds value for leadership in making key decisionsServe as a liaison across the organization to develop processes and controls that manage high priority riskBe a valued business partner in risk advisory and consulting servicesClearly present and communicate risk information and resultsResearch and deeply understand key emerging risks identified for analysisAlign efforts with other governance areas to address riskAdminister, perform, analyze and present results of the annual enterprise risk assessmentMaintain central repository of enterprise risks in the GRC (governance, risk management and compliance) software application.Assist with special reviews, risk management program activities or consulting engagements at the request of management in a support role.Maintain a keen awareness of external and internal business initiatives, trends, issues and policies which may affect the business of HMSA, its affiliates and subsidiaries. Maintain requisite knowledge of audit and related fields by participating in appropriate professional organizations and conferences, seminars, and meetings.Perform administrative duties such as preparing timesheets and status reports, organizing and backing up files, participating in planning, training and other departmental and organizational activities.Perform other tasks as assigned by the Director, Internal Audit.Minimum Qualifications:Bachelor’s degree and five years of related work experience; or equivalent combination of education and related work experience.Effective verbal and written communication skills.Must be able to use discretion and judgment in all communications.Strong business analysis skills to analyze complex business processes and solutions, identify key controls and identify operating problems or non-compliance issues.Knowledge of common business, financial, operational and management controls.Experience dealing in a regulated environment involving compliance with federal, state and local laws and regulations.Proficient working knowledge of Microsoft Office applications.

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