Deloitte Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) Leader in Washington, District Of Columbia
At Deloitte, our Cyber Specialists in Strategy & Brand helps organizations to identify, monitor, and provide insights on trends and disruptors that could impact competitive advantage, market position, and long-term performance, as well as enhance and protect brand and reputation by sensing threats, seizing opportunities, shaping perceptions, and measuring outcomes. Help organizations to identify, monitor, and provide insights on trends and disruptors that could impact competitive advantage, market position, and long-term performance, as well as enhance and protect brand and reputation by sensing threats, seizing opportunities, shaping perceptions, and measuring outcomes. We help organizations with services to manage risk effectively in order to achieve their organizational objectives, minimizing threats, and maximizing opportunity by understanding, analyzing, and addressing risk at an enterprise level. If this sounds like you, keep reading!
Work you'll do:
As an Enterprise Risk management Leader, you are responsible for executing risk management projects for client(s) including planning the ERM program design, developing the ERM program and implementing ERM program strategies. Our enterprise risk management professionals advise state, local, federal and higher education clients on the enterprise risks that interfere with the organization's ability to meet mission goals. Applicants must be able to problem solve, communicate clearly with stakeholders, and work collaboratively in a fast-paced team environment.
Develop and support an enterprise risk management program, including the establishment of foundational processes, governing bodies, and operating models
Support the identification, assessment and monitoring of organizational risks
Integrate internal controls programs and enterprise risk management programs under OMB A-123 Guidance
Assist and create agency Risk Appetite Statements and repeatable analytical solutions to create Key Risk Indicators to monitor risks
Implement risk aggregation and monitoring tools (e.g. SalesForce, GRC tools such as RSA Archer, MetricStream)
Develop robust risk response plans across multiple business units
Develop and/or implement (repeatable/automated) analytical solutions and tools to analyze risk portfolios - reporting, data management, data interpretation into key observations and trends
Leverage statistics and modeling for forecasting and risk identification
Interact with C-Suite executives around risk issues at the highest levels of the organization
As the world becomes smaller and more connected, Deloitte Cyber provides the next-generation capabilities that help clients address evolving cyber threats. Our programs and offerings enhance an organization's ability to detect and respond faster, build resilience, innovate and experiment, and collaborate more effectively. The result is a dynamic environment for experienced cyber professionals. We continually refresh our technical and global knowledge. We work with the leading software and technology companies in the security and business space. We go well beyond strategy to cover implementation, testing, and managing. And we're doing all of that in the face of daunting challenges and in support of vital imperatives for Deloitte and its clients. As a part of the Deloitte team, you won't just be working in cyber, you'll be working at the leading edge of cyber. Learn more about Deloitte Cyber.
Bachelor's Degree in Information Technology, Information Systems Security, Cybersecurity, or related field
Must be legally authorized to work in the United States without the need for employer sponsorship, now or at any time in the future
Must be able to obtain and maintain the required clearance for this role
Ability to develop or support ERM strategies, objectives and policies that will achieve successful risk identification, management and governance
Ability to identify and manage risks to an organization, its employees, stakeholders, assets and operations.
Ability to develop or support ERM strategies, objectives and policies that will achieve successful risk identification, management and governance.
Experience in one or more of the following areas - risk management, internal controls, or cyber risk management
Previous Federal Consulting experience
Understanding of fundamental cloud computing concepts
Experience with Information Assurance concepts and processes within the Federal government
Knowledge of and experience with Federal security regulations, standards, and processes including FISMA, FIPS, NIST, and FedRAMP
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability or protected veteran status, or any other legally protected basis, in accordance with applicable law.