Third-Party & Vendor Risk Management Specialist in Memphis, TN at First Horizon National Corporation

Date Posted: 10/30/2019

Job Snapshot

Job Description

More specifically, this is accomplished by up-front and periodic assessments of the risks involved, the controls our third-parties have in place, the operating effectiveness of those controls, and their performance against service levels or expectations.  Results influence contracting, business decisions, etc.  Work involves focused risk evaluations, which requires broad/deep understanding and thinking about a wide-variety of risks the Bank could be exposed to through use of third-party/vendor products and services.      

Education and/or Work Experience Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree in related field, or 4 years of experience in a business professional capacity is required (banking experience is highly desirable)

•         Risk management skills and experience (at least 2 years in a risk analyst or similar role in any industry is required; in banking, financial services, or vendor/supplier risk management is highly desirable)

  • Critical thinking skills and experience are required
  • Good business judgment skills are required, including the ability to establish sound rationale/support

•         Must work well independently, without constant supervision, and be self-motivated and results-oriented

•         Strong inter-personal skills are required to build relationships, collaborate, and communicate well

•         Strong organizational skills are required

  • Proficiency with MS-Office software is required

 

Additional Competencies Necessary for Success:

  • Strong business acumen, including strong analytical skills and ability to think critically
  • Strong communication skills, with the ability to listen and express ideas in groups or 1-on-1 meetings.
  • Ability to prepare written communications with sound reasoning, and convey information clearly and effectively through formal (e.g., assessments) and informal documents (e.g., emails, etc).
  • Strong leadership competencies and confidence, including ability to negotiate and influence others in order to assert ideas, gain support from others and persuade/mobilize other people to take action, and resolve issues

•         Ability to remain in constant alignment with team mission while successfully analyzing details (i.e., ability to dive in and understand risks and controls, yet able to summarize big picture and what is really important)

  • Comfortable proposing solutions to challenges with little definition, rather than waiting to receive specific instructions; ability to independently visualize, articulate, and solve complex problems
  • Ability to prioritize conflicting demands to meet other operational or strategic requirements and achieve optimum performance; ability to recognize and willingness to apply a sense of urgency when necessary.
  • Ability to cultivate relationships with key stakeholders, including senior personnel

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