A senior level role for a highly skilled financial professional
Salary $72,000 - $100,000 annually
The Risk Management Branch and Government Security Office is a Leading Workplace Strategies environment offering flexible work options in beautiful downtown Victoria, British Columbia. It’s a fast-paced, professional setting where learning is continuous, variety is endless, and there’s never a dull moment.
The Risk Management Branch and Government Security Office (RMB) is accountable for managing the risks to which the provincial public sector is exposed by virtue of its assets, programs and operations and includes responsibility for risk mitigation, risk financing, risk identification and transfer and risk management consulting and advising. RMB has four major roles: program development and delivery, central agency authority including policy development, claims and litigation management, and consulting and advisory services.
The Core Government and Crowns team (CGC) plays the lead role in the interface between RMB and its ministry and government corporation clients by way of its risk management consulting services.
The Senior Risk Management Consultant proactively influences the development of best risk management practice by providing expert risk management advice to ministry and government corporation clients from the perspective of enabling clients to take advantage of opportunities while mitigating risk and assuming accountability for losses. Activities include reviewing and recommending for approval indemnities and related risk allocation language in non-standard contracts, developing risk management and risk financing strategies based on a detailed analysis of the underlying risks, and developing and delivering risk management training programs.
Qualifications for this role include:
Bachelor’s degree and a minimum of five years of work place experience in any of the areas of risk management, financial risk management, banking, securities, financial market and services, or insurance, or an equivalent combination of education and related experience. •Demonstrated experience performing complex financial or risk analysis to resolve complex client issues. •Demonstrated experience developing and implementing risk financing and risk management programs.
This is your opportunity to live in one of the most beautiful regions in all of B.C. and work for the BC Public Service - we offer a healthy work/life balance, excellent benefits and much more.
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