The Treasury Relations and Support Office (TRSO) Risk Management Coordinator position manages a broad spectrum of risk management activities for the Federal Reserve System’s (FRS) national product office that oversees fiscal agency services provided by the Federal Reserve Banks for the U.S. Treasury. The Risk Management Coordinator also provides business line monitoring and consulting support for several of the individual FRS Treasury business lines.
The Risk Management Coordinator manages information security, data privacy, personnel security, business continuity, and enterprise risk management activities for the TRSO and supports over 30 individual FRS Treasury business lines located at other Federal Reserve Banks with activities in these areas. In addition the Risk Management Coordinator monitors audit activities across all of the FRS Treasury business lines; and, oversees several contracts with external vendors that provide information security and personnel security support to the Federal Reserve Banks and the individual FRS Treasury business lines.
Coordinate Treasury Personnel Security adoption/adherence across the FRS Treasury business lines, National IT, and other Reserve Bank support areas with staff dedicated to Treasury work. Work with the Treasury personnel security staff to assess positions for risk sensitivity, citizenship requirements, and background investigations/screenings requirements, and government clearance requirements. Coordinate/produce Treasury Personnel Security training for the FRS Treasury business leaders and HR/LEU contracts that request investigations and perform Treasury suitability determinations.
Act as central point of contact and advise/mentor/coach FRS senior officials, management teams, and staff on risk/issue escalation, relationship management, budgeting, governance, FRS and Treasury policy compliance, project management, and FRS/Treasury enterprise initiatives.
Independently perform daily operational work according to established procedures, and identify and resolve non-routine situations
Coordinate incident response, records management, assurance activities across Reserve Banks
Investigate questions, analyze data, interpret policies, make recommendations to management, and consult with stakeholders on non-routine, complex issues
Oversee contracts with external vendors that conduct personnel background investigations and provide information security support for the FRS Treasury business lines. Work with the vendors and the Reserve Banks/FRS Treasury business lines to manage demand/supply and address issues.
Produce and deliver briefings, webinars, and on-line training on Treasury information security, personnel security, data privacy, and business continuity requirements and practice.
Gather and assess data from various sources, identify risks, issues, trends/patterns, synergies, and/or opportunities associated with Reserve Banks providing services to the Treasury and government agencies, and recommend risk mitigation strategies and tactics.
Contribute to ad-hoc projects established to resolve issues and formulate recommended changes in policy, procedures or standards
Bachelor's degree or commensurate experience
5+ years of risk management experience (information security, personnel security, and/or business continuity)
Experience managing complex projects; Project Management Professional (PMP) certification preferred
Strong understanding of information security, data privacy, personnel security, and business continuity practices (certification in one or more of these fields preferred)
Excellent customer service skills and strong ability to manage business relationships
Demonstrated analytical and problem solving skills
Strong interpersonal skills and written communications
High standards of confidentiality; ability to handle sensitive information with integrity and trust
Position requires US Citizen
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