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STERLING BANK amp; TRUST Senior Enterprise Risk Analyst in Southfield, Michigan

Responsible for supporting the design and implementation of the Bankrsquo;s Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) program and Second Line of Defense (2LOD). This role reports to the Director of ERM Operations, who is a member of the Senior Management team.uResponsibilities May Include:/uulliAdminister the Bank's Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC) platform, including user administration and support, risk module development, and reporting processes./liliConduct an annual enterprise risk assessment, and participate in other Bank risk assessments as needed./liliFacilitate Risk Control Self-Assessments (RCSA) with First Line of Defense business units, including providing risk education and support./liliDevelop process workflows to document business processes throughout the bank and analyze control gaps./liliSupport the development and implementation of a new model risk management program, including performance of model validation activities./liliDevelop risk reports, including both quantitative analytics and qualitative narrative discussion./liliMaintain a centralized issues management framework and prepare analyses on emerging risks./liliPerform risk consulting assignments and process improvement analyses, which may require a high degree of knowledge of banking regulations and business unit operations (e.g., Retail Banking, Residential Lending, and back-office operations)./liliSupport policy governance processes and maintain the Bankrsquo;s policy inventory./liliExecute on special projects and other assignments as requested by the Director of ERM Operations and CRO./liliDevelop and maintain effective working relationships with Senior Management./liliLiaison with internal/external auditors, consultants, and regulators regarding all work performed./li/ulAll employees are responsible for internal controls in the performance of their assigned duties. Internal Control responsibilities are established in various policies, procedures, and documents, including the Code of Conduct.