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Vice President Enterprise Risk Management & Risk Operations

Summary
The Vice President, Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) & Risk Operations has the responsibility to lead and manage the Enterprise Risk Management Program as well as other critical risk management functions, including Safety and Loss Control, Claims, Workers Compensation, and the enterprise Insurance and Business Continuity Programs. The Vice President, ERM & Risk Operations is responsible for the further development and integration of these programs within the current tribal government and business model. Duties will include the effective development of a sustainable risk management strategic roadmap, programs and routines, the drafting of program policies and procedures, providing support to the ERM Committee, and promoting a culture of risk awareness and stewardship throughout the enterprise. The Vice President, ERM & Risk Operations will supervise all risk management program activities including the annual enterprise-wide risk assessment process to identify San Manuel's highest priority risks that could impair, or advance, the achievement of the enterprise's operational imperatives and strategic goals. The Vice President, ERM & Risk Operations will serve as a key advisor to senior executive leadership and inform decision-making.
Essential Duties & Responsibilities
Leads and supports the continued development of all risk programs and disciplines, including ERM, Safety and Loss Control, Claims, Insurance, Workers Compensation and Business Continuity to identify, measure, monitor and control risks.
Directs the continued development and implementation of key components of the ERM Program, including program governance, relevant policies and procedures, annual risk and capability assessments and risk reporting tools and routines. Drives the development of program capabilities to discern, prioritize and manage potential risks and vulnerabilities that could adversely affect operations, growth, financial condition and overall competitiveness.
Supports the development, maintenance and tracking of priority risk mitigation plans by designated enterprise risk owners.
Directs risk assessment practices and procedures, as well as an annual risk prioritization process. Ensures assessments are conducted and coordinated with Tribal Governmental and business units to identify new/emerging risks and evaluate their potential impact on enterprise interests and objectives.
Establishes risk-related compliance goals and establish a roadmap for continuous program improvement.
Oversees root cause analysis, as warranted. Ensure effective root cause analysis efforts are made to identify the underlying cause of any significant loss or impact. Ensure actions are taken between cross-functional teams to implement processes to manage or reduce risk in the future.
Oversees all safety and loss control programs, including the Workers Compensation Program, and occupational, food and construction safely programs.
Directs annual insurance portfolio renewal process, including needs assessment, negotiation and budgeting activities. Responsible for devising and managing insurance strategies for large-scale construction projects.
Oversees and drives continuous improvement of the Business Continuity Management Program.
Monitors operational, regulatory, and legal developments, assess impacts and provide oversight to ensure they are effectively communicated to management and corrective actions are implemented.
Leads projects to develop risk-related strategies in support of key Government or business initiatives. Consults with subject matter experts, as needed.
Directs the budget management for the department. Ensures budgets are complete, accurate and in line with enterprise goals.
Selects, trains, develops, organizes and directs a highly qualified and effective team, capable of delivering high-valued risk management services for the organization. Team member development includes enhancing technical acumen as well as improving leadership and interpersonal skills.
Supervisory Responsibilities
Carries out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with the organization's policies and applicable laws. Responsibilities include interviewing, hiring and training employees; planning, assigning reviewing and directing work; evaluating and appraising performance; rewarding and disciplining employees; addressing complaints and resolving problems.
Education/Experience/Qualifications
Bachelor's degree in Risk Management, Business Administration, Economics or a related field is required. A Master's degree in Business or Public Administration preferred.
Minimum of twelve (12) years of experience in risk management; implementing and managing the program at a mid-cap or large-cap entity required.
Minimum of eight (8) years supervisory experience required.
Equivalent combination of education and progressive, relevant and direct experience may be considered in lieu of degree requirement.
Must be culturally competent and effective in a multi-cultural environment.
Effective at presenting information and responding to questions and/or concerns from management, staff, customers, public groups, regulatory agencies, and/or the Business Committee.
Strong leadership and people management skills required with good motivational and collaboration emphasis; communicates change effectively, overcomes resistance and builds commitment.
Organized and able to effectively manage multiple, diverse tasks and adhere to tight deadlines.
Experience with organizational transformation, including the development and implementation of effective operating models in global, large-scale, complex organizations.
Certificates/Licenses/Registrations
At the discretion of the San Manuel Tribal Gaming Commission you may be required to obtain and maintain a gaming license.
Advanced certifications such as ARM, LRM, CRM and Six Sigma are beneficial.
San Manuel Band of Mission Indians and San Manuel Casino will make reasonable accommodations in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990.



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