A career at Macquarie means you’ll have the opportunity to develop and utilise new skills, explore interesting fields and do challenging work that will impact the lives of people around the world—whether it’s accelerating the green energy transition, helping sustain global food supplies, financing social housing projects or investing in essential infrastructure. At Macquarie, we’re empowering people to innovate and invest for a better future.
Our size and international presence means your work can take you anywhere—across business groups, disciplines, sectors and borders. With 18,000+ employees and offices in 33 markets around the world, we’re a truly global organisation.
About the role
As the Global Controls Assurance Lead you will manage Controls Assurance plans and lead and provide oversight of the performance of end-to-end reviews. You will leverage data analytics and digital solutions to test the design and performance of controls, and the identification of improvement opportunities.
What you'll be responsible for
Monitor risk levels and report potential risks to senior management and other stakeholders
Risk Management Policies and Procedures
Develop and implement risk management policies and procedures to identify, assess, and mitigate potential risks to the organization
Risk Identification and Assessment
Conduct risk assessments to identify and evaluate potential risks, and develop strategies to manage and mitigate these risks
Skills you'll need
Works with others by being open, clear in communication and listening to achieve goals
Identifies and synthesizes patterns and trends amongst various sources of information to reach a meaningful conclusion, perspective or insight
Attention to detail
Accurately identifies and rectifies discrepancies or errors that exists in information and deliverables
Meet the team
Risk is an important part of any organization, and should be taken seriously. Implementing proper risk management can help keep your organization safe and secure. With these four steps, organizations can protect themselves from potential damage and losses.