Senior Change Manager, ICS Risk Type Framework Implementation
About Standard Chartered
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The Role Responsibilities
We are establishing a change team to successfully implement the new ICS Risk Framework into Business lines and Functions and Regions. The Change Manager roles are new and will report to the Programme Director - ICS Risk Type Framework Implementation within the Information and Cyber Security ("ICS") Transformation and Remediation Portfolio ("TRP").
The ICS TRP brings together all material ICS investment activities. The portfolio will p rioritize ICS investments to maximise risk reduction and capability improvement, while meeting compliance and legal obligations and minimis ing client impact . The portfolio provides a single end-to-e nd view of investment activities with regular tracking and reporting.
Information and Cyber Security risk has recently been established as a Principal Risk Type within the Enterprise Risk Management Framework. The new ICS Risk Type Framework (RTF) seeks to bring consistency in approach and introduce operational structure to the identification and mitigation of ICS risks. The RTF is based upon core best practice methods of ICS risk management including NIST.
The Change Managers in conjunction with the Programme Director will drive the implementation of the framework after incorporating feedback from the Pilot. You will be aligned to select Business, Functions and/or regions and work closely with their designated delivery teams.
- Change Manager will define a robust and efficient delivery plan by working with key stakeholders including the Office of the CISO and COOs/CIOs and face off to assigned Business lines, Functions and/or Regions. The plan will incorporate digital footprint discovery, risk assessment and definition and implementation of controls as guided by the ICS RTF and tailored to the relevant areas.
- For their assigned areas they will provide regular status updates including progress and top risks and issues to the Programme Director and Management in the relevant domain.
- Where possible they will leverage existing data sources and infrastructure to accelerate progress whilst a strategic solution is enabled.
The Change Managers will provide exceptional leadership and strong project management discipline to mobilise effort and commitment including making a compelling case for change. They will maintain highly constructive and effective relationships within the Programme plus also with across domains linked to the Programme.
The Change Managers are responsible for:
- Support the Programme Director in the delivery of the programme objectives including the preparation of an Implementation Guide, training material, tactical and strategic tools, centralised data provision, reporting capabilities and tracking mechanisms.
- Development of plans for the assigned areas with their designated delivery teams. Interface with other areas to ensure dependencies are known and prioritised. and maintain support and organizational alignment
- Adapting to emerging risks and issues to maximize outcomes. Urgent and timely action for risks and issues which may impair delivery.
- Re-planning and prioritising as required to maximise benefits and delivery efficiency
- Represent ICS TRP on working groups established to implement the ICS RFT. Present progress, problems and solutions and track to closure
- Ensuring Clarity is up to date including project static, RAG status, key milestones, financials, risks, dependencies, issues and resource forecasts. Deliver quality submissions to PSC
- Support and apply the refinement of tools, templates and good practice
- Ensure effective prioritisation and application of best practice.
- Identify changes to plan required in terms of additional components, reprioritisation to anticipate and respond to changes
- Maintain strong stakeholder engagement with Chief Information Security Office teams and COO teams plus business and functions in group region and country.
- Establish and maintain working groups across domains to progress the framework roll out.
- Escalate appropriately to ensure Accountable Executive is briefed and necessary decisions are made in a timely manner
- Provide support to the Programme Director for the running of the Programme Steering Committee
Regulatory and Business Conduct
- Manage the project professionally and efficiently, closely tracking timeline commitments for provision of information and action plans, and for validation of actions taken.
- Display exemplary conduct and live by the Group's Values, Valued Behaviours, and Code of Conduct
- Take personal responsibility for embedding the highest standards of ethics, including regulatory and business conduct, across the Bank.
- Effectively and collaboratively identify, escalate, mitigate, and resolve risk, conduct and compliance matters.
Our Ideal Candidate
- Programme Director
- Chief Operating Officers - Business & Regional teams
- Chief Information Security Office and teams
- Head, Operational Risk Information Security and teams
- Portfolio Director
- Excellent organisation and leadership skills with ability to manage multiple deadlines and effectively prioritise
- Experience of developing a strategy and plan then influencing relevant stakeholders and decision makers
- Proven ability to deliver complex, global, pan-bank initiatives by driving collaboration and participation by functions, regions and countries.
- Experience in the development and successful roll out of risk frameworks is preferred.
- Extensive change experience, ideally gained in the financial industry
- Recognised qualifications/certifications in Project and Change Management
- Strong knowledge of the businesses, markets and operations of Standard Chartered Bank and relevant policies, procedures, and processes
- Ability to foster positive relationships with internal and external stakeholders at appropriate level ensuring open cooperative environment
- Planning and organizing
- Team work
- Conflict management
Apply now to join the Bank for those with big career ambitions.