The Enterprise Support Projects team is responsible for governance of the Risk Management Group-wide project portfolio and delivery of key risk projects. In this role you will join an experienced team and will focus on the delivery of key regulatory change initiatives. You will also act as a key contact between the Risk Management Group project portfolio and regulatory change forums.
As an experienced Project Manager, you will lead the delivery of key regulatory change projects, e.g. APS 220. This will involve working with business stakeholders, colleagues in technology and other business groups to assess impacts on current state as well as shape and deliver solutions which manage our external obligations and allow our Risk Management Group to effectively manage risk.
As a member of the Projects team, your responsibilities will require you to:
project manage of multiple projects at all stages of the project lifecycle (from initiation to implementation)
effectively manage project scope, schedule and budget
prepare and present Steering Committee packs
maintain an open dialogue with global users and stakeholders and regular reporting of progress to management and project stakeholders at all levels of the organisation
identify, communicate, and manage risks to delivering solutions.
Your experience as a senior business project manager with a background in a financial institution, in particular with a focus on regulatory change initiatives in the risk domain will be imperative in this role.
Your ability to work efficiently in a geographically dispersed team, you will be expected to utilise your stakeholder management skills globally. You will be a team player, be inquisitive with a change mindset, have exceptional written and verbal communication skills.
About the Risk Management Group
The Risk Management Group (RMG) is an independent and centralised function responsible for objective review and challenge, oversight, monitoring and reporting in relation to Macquarie's material risks. RMG designs and oversees the implementation of the risk management framework. Its divisions include Credit, Market Risk, Regulatory Affairs and Aggregate Risk, Financial Crime Risk, Compliance, Operational Risk, Behavioural Risk, Enterprise Support and Internal Audit.
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