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Enterprise Risk Supervisor

Des Moines, IA

Job Type

Full Time


Bankers Trust

Application Deadline

About the Role

The Enterprise Risk Supervisor is responsible for enterprise risk policies, frameworks, assessments, reporting, and culture. This includes, but is not limited to, overseeing digital payments risk management, third-party risk management, and business continuity efforts. The Enterprise Risk Supervisor works with business lines across the Bank to identify, document and enhance controls related to identified risks. The Enterprise Risk Supervisor also works closely with Internal Audit to ensure controls are tested, as well as adjusted, based on results of testing. This position continually reviews industry information to ensure emerging risks are identified, communicated and mitigated by relevant business lines, while managing a team of direct reports.


Primary Functions and/or Responsibilities:

  • Provides direct oversight and guidance to the Operational Risk Officer, Digital Payments Risk Officer, and Business Continuity Analyst, promoting their growth and development

  • Maintains and continuously improves the Bank’s risk framework via the Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) Policy and COSO Integrated Framework. Prepares quarterly BOD reporting over the ERM Policy

  • Participates on the Bank’s ERMC Committee and reports on areas of enterprise risk, leading the Operational Risk Subcommittee

  • Participates on the Bank’s COSO Committee, working with business lines on key control development and performance

  • Develops, updates and oversees the risk assessment process throughout the Bank, including identifying, quantifying, managing and reporting risks and controls, and develops and fine-tunes reports regarding the same for Bank management and the BOD

  • Develops, updates and oversees the Bank’s business continuity program in a manner consistent with related rules and regulations, and continually assesses whether revisions are needed to align the same with the Bank’s risk tolerances in consideration of regulatory requirements and industry best practices, including, without limitation, the completion of the Bank’s business impact analysis

  • Identifies and monitors emerging risks and oversees the assessment and mitigation of such risks to minimize adverse impact

  • Performs other duties as assigned

Education and/or Experience:

  • 6 – 8 years experience

  • Four-year college degree in a related field preferred OR an equivalent combination of education and experience

Additional specific education, certifications, or experience preferred/required:

  • At least 5 years of experience or training in risk, audit or finance

  • Ability to identify and implement practical solutions to complex business and regulatory problems

  • Demonstrated flexibility and organizational skills to manage numerous and sometimes competing responsibilities of varying urgency and criticality within a fast-paced work environment

  • Hardworking, responsive and adaptable to what the situation dictates, including possessing the diligence to advance matters independently, combined with the strong interpersonal skills to work effectively in a diverse team

  • Excellent business discernment and the ability to evaluate risk from a business perspective

  • Ability to communicate complex matters with various individuals, including senior management

  • Risk Management related certification preferred

  • Management/Supervisory experience preferred

Specific Skills, Knowledge & Abilities:

  • Ability to identify and understand Financial Institution risk related to strategic, operational, reporting, compliance, and market risk

  • Ability to understand all of the Bank’s activities and how they must integrate to achieve the organization’s objectives

  • Ability to effectively apply statistical concepts for analysis

  • Ability to demonstrate strong critical thinking skills

  • Ability to communicate and listen effectively

  • Ability to provide feedback and support the Bank’s risk position to all levels of personnel

  • Ability to organize, interpret and present information in meaningful way to diverse audiences

  • Proficiency with LogicManager

About the Company

As Iowa’s largest privately owned bank, Bankers Trust serves the personal and business banking, lending and wealth management needs of our community. Headquartered in Des Moines, Iowa, we serve Central Iowa, Eastern Iowa, and Phoenix, Ariz., and we have offices in Omaha, Neb., and Sioux Falls, S.D. Learn more about our company, history and culture in the pages below.

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