accounting | Director, CCAR Internal Audit in Garfield, NJ
Director, CCAR Internal Audit
RBC - Royal Bank of Canada
$133,345.00 - 141,030.00 / Year *
134 Cedar St
Garfield, NJ 07026
The employer is a Private Bank. Leadership & People Management:
Leads/manages a team of internal audit professionals within your team and dynamically changing environment to plan, scope and execute audits with a continued focus on modernization from traditional auditing to focus on data analytics.
Provides continued guidance upward to Vice President and Senior Director as well as Senior Manager and teams to ensure that there are sufficient engagement resources to meet annual audit plan for the Portfolio.
Manages complex, multifaceted/interrelated projects (thematic audits) that span own area of department boundaries.
Audit and Assurance:
In concert with the US Chief Audit Executive and Head of US Risk Management Audit you will provide input into development of annual audit plan and contribute to the development of the multi-year approach to audit the CCAR portfolio.
Lead execution of a significant portfolio of audits in the annual plan, including the continuous risk assess coverage portfolio and adjust the plan to meet areas of highest risk.
Direct/supervise/implement the execution of the CCAR audit plan and ensure effective audit practices for tradition and continuous audits.
Manage the review and closure of CCAR related audit issues raised by IA and the regulators, including attend CCAR governance meetings as required.
Evaluates and escalates opportunities for internal control improvements.
Works collaboratively with, and assesses the effectiveness of key risk management strategies with 1st and 2nd line of defense (Risk Management and Compliance).
Relationship Building and Client Experience:
Advises Executives on internal controls and governance, during audit fieldwork and reporting and conduct proactive and ongoing risk management discussions with business leaders.
Ability to influence key sponsors and stakeholders to gain buy-in, overcome challenges and deliver on high priority initiatives and draw conclusions or make recommendations based on audit evidence that may involve significant risk or ambiguity.
10 or more years of risk management and risk governance experience, including a proficiency in auditing principles and techniques.
Undergraduate degree in management or related field with professional auditing or risk management designation (one or more of the following: CPA, CA, CIA, CISA, CISSP, CRISC).
Demonstrated knowledge and experience with FBO, CCAR regulatory frameworks, including risk management and US regulatory compliance requirements.
Demonstrated leadership experience with the ability to create an inclusive work environment, motivate/inspire staff to a high performing culture that has a forward thinking management practices.
Strategic leadership skills with a focus on continuous improvement and operational excellence best practices.
Strong project and audit engagement management capabilities
Proficient in bringing internal and external data points together to provide thoughtful analysis.
Advocate for the good of RBC and have the courage to look beyond how we do things today.
Strong relationship management skills with the ability to build credibility and trust with stakeholders and senior leaders.
* The salary listed in the header is an estimate based on salary data for similar jobs in the same area. Salary or compensation data found in the job description is accurate.