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Manager, Audit and Advisory Services

Royal Caribbean Group

Royal Caribbean Group

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Miami, FL, USA
Posted on Saturday, February 3, 2024

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES

At Royal Caribbean Group (RCG), we are continuing to grow as a leading vacation company! This growth requires relentless focus on innovation, corporate governance, risk management, and compliance to ensure we deliver the greatest vacation experiences, responsibly.

We are excited to offer you an opportunity to make a difference and join RCG’s Audit & Advisory Services department! We are seeking an Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) Manager to be responsible for the company’s ERM program.

Are you an independent and strategic thinker? Are you a trusted partner and collaborative problem solver? Do you have experience in a regulated industry and are ready to apply and share your knowledge? Does working in a high-performing, collaborative, and cross-functional environment energize you?

As an ERM Manager within the Audit & Advisory Services department, your key responsibilities will be to:

  1. Support corporate strategy and strategy setting by defining and calibrating the company’s risk appetite and risk measurement criteria.

  1. Plan and perform enterprise-wide risk assessments that include researching risk developments, interviewing senior leadership and C-suite executives, and analyzing risk survey data points.

  1. Perform quarterly risk monitoring procedures that include collaborating with risk owners to assess the effectiveness of the company’s lines of defense, reviewing key risk/performance indicators (KRIs/KPIs), and determining the appropriate internal escalation and reporting needs.

  1. Apply meaningful ERM concepts, methodologies, and practices from regulated industries to further advance the maturity of the company’s ERM function and unlock more benefits and opportunities.

  1. Support the company’s disclosure committee by reviewing and analyzing risk-related disclosures on external reports/public filings. This includes reconciling to the Company’s risk universe, comparison to peers, and reviewing for trends and emerging issues in the marketplace.

  1. Manage and maintain the company’s risk universe database that includes risk registers, lines of defense, key risk/performance indicators (KRIs/KPIs), and ensure the completeness and accuracy of risk information.

  1. Monitor and report on the implementation of risk management strategies and synchronize with the 2nd and 3rd line functions to ensure compliance with laws, regulations, and company policies and initiatives.

  1. Prepare and present executive-level reports and presentations that communicate the state of enterprise risk, risk profiles, and make recommendations such as ways to further operationalize ERM, embed key risk management activities into strategy, and integrate risk management considerations into decision-making.

  1. Collaborate cross-functionally with executives, department heads, and risk owners and lead the execution and fieldwork of risk management reviews, scenario analysis, stress-tests, table-top exercises, and other procedures to assess the resiliency of the organization and effectiveness of the company’s lines of defense.

  1. Manage a portfolio of engagements and workstreams, this includes determining resource needs, supervising staff and/or consultants, preparing and detail reviewing workpapers, coordinating and communicating observations with management and key stakeholders, addressing issues, drawing conclusions, and finding solutions that fit the business needs.

  1. Provide supporting perspectives, evaluations, and points-of-view on the departments shipboard risk assessments, internal control risk assessments, fraud risk assessments, and other project/topic-specific risk assessments, and the corresponding controls/mitigations.

  1. Support the department’s management team with developing the annual Audit & Advisory Services plan and resource schedule.

  1. Train, develop, and coach staff, as well as directly supervise up to three professionals to ensure work and objectives are carried out in a productive and positive environment, aligned with RCG’s policies. This includes completing performance reviews and other associated responsibilities.

  1. Perform other duties as required. This job description in no way states or implies that these are the only duties to be performed by the employee occupying this position. Employees will be required to perform any other job-related duties assigned by their supervisor or management.

QUALIFICATIONS AND EDUCATION

  1. Progressive experience applying risk frameworks to identify and assess risks, as well as supporting business leaders in the design and implementation of ways to address risks.

  1. Bachelor’s degree or higher from an accredited university. Degrees in areas such as: Accounting, Finance, Economics, Engineering, Mathematics, Sciences, Data Analytics are preferred.

  1. Relevant professional certifications (CPA, FRM, CFA, CRM, COSO ERM preferred).

  1. Experience applying knowledge of ERM, GRC, and risk related concepts, frameworks, and/or tools and techniques from COSO’s ERM framework in a regulated environment or financial institution.

  1. Proficiency in using ERM tools, financial modeling, and risk assessment methodologies.

  1. Ability to effectively interact, communicate, and correspond with various levels of management, peers, external stakeholders, and experience working in diverse teams.

  1. Ability to manage priorities, due dates, commitments, expectations, and report progress/status.

  1. Ability to zoom in and out from details to big-picture and link individual projects and workstreams to broader departmental and corporate strategy.

  1. Experience teaching/training staff and developing staff.

FINANCIAL/QUANTITIVE RESPONSIBILITIES

  1. Supervising up to 5,000 hours of staff or consultant hours.

  1. Prepare budgets and schedules for assigned projects and workstreams.

  1. Ensure expenses incurred are within prescribed budgets and timesheets are submitted in a timely manner, in accordance with RCG policy.

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