Senior Director, Enterprise Risk & Compliance, Toronto, Capreit

Published 2022-11-25
Expires 2022-12-25
ID #1277897830
Senior Director, Enterprise Risk & Compliance, Toronto, Capreit
Canada, Ontario, Toronto,
Published November 25, 2022

Job details:

Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Senior director, enterprise risk & compliance

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The Senior Director, Enterprise Risk & Compliance will work with the EVP, Risk & Compliance in leading the development and execution of the enterprise risk management and compliance frameworks across all business functions at CAPREIT.

The Senior Director, Enterprise Risk & Compliance is responsible for:

Developing an enterprise-wide risk appetite for the organization and working with the business teams to develop policies, procedures and controls that align with this appetite;
Helping to build a risk and compliance culture throughout the organization;
Applying best practice standards in the development of ERM strategies to identify, evaluate, mitigate and manage risks;
Collaborating with business teams to ensure that programs are in place to identify, monitor, report and correct non-compliance with laws, regulations and company policies;
Working with the training and communications teams to promote risk and compliance awareness, ownership and accountability across the organization;
Developing and leading the incident management and response program;
Building out programs to mitigate fraud and programming around the Code of Conduct;
Monitoring emerging enterprise-wide risks, including regulatory compliance risks;
Working with Internal Audit to develop annual evaluation plans to assess operating effectiveness of the compliance programs and to conduct risk-based audits;
Championing initiatives to enhance the quality and value of the Risk & Compliance function including benchmarking, external research, industry events, thought leadership, relationship building, training & competency development;
Creating highly visual, creative, stakeholder-focused deliverables and presentations for the business teams and for the Board;
Developing any additional members that may be added to the Enterprise Risk & Compliance team, from time to time; and
Other duties as assigned by your manager.

Desired Skills, Experience & Qualifications:

Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA) designation, or equivalent and/or other regulatory compliance certifications preferred.
7+ years of experience in risk and compliance ideally with complex, large scale enterprises across multiple regulatory areas, preferably real estate.
Excellent leadership skills with a strong ability to motivate, coach, and effectively manage performance.
Highly developed negotiation skills with a strong ability to manage a variety of needs and build strong stakeholder relationships/partnerships.
Strong work ethic and integrity.
Solid experience in designing, implementing, evaluating, and maintaining compliance and or audit programs.
Passion and exceptional desire to build programs that will have an impact on the business.
Mastery of MS Office (Word, Excel, Power Point).
Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
Highly developed critical thinking, diplomacy and influencing skills.
Ability to be flexible in rapidly evolving situations and fast paced environments.

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