Do you want to be part of a team that values your insight? The HR Risk & Compliance team provides direction to the Human Resources organization through central messaging, informative reporting, governance structure design, and open communication across the organization. We prepare and provide direction on processes, practices and policies to BlackRock senior management and employees across HR. Our team leads performance and risk measurement and reporting, policy maintenance, and management of risk self -assessments and audits. We collaborate with the functional teams within Human Resources to develop and action critical initiatives that drive us to meet the firm's objectives and mitigate human capital risk. Our team is high-touch and dedicated to working together for optimal results. We want you to be a part of our continued efforts to support the firm!
This role is a manager position, and will work with our global HR teams to handle risk issues and ensure regulatory compliance-including running risk assessment and audit programs to ensure identification and mitigation of risks within employee and talent operations, leading or coordinating projects to translate legal and regulatory obligations into system or process requirements, leading the governance of HR policies and vendor oversight, and serving as project lead on key HR risk initiatives. Projects may be driven by new requirements, geographies, types of business, solution implementations, or emerging risk issues, among other things. Key Responsibilities:
Identify, Assess, and Audit known and emerging risks, measure internal control efficiency, and develop and collaborate with HR functional teams to remediate identified risk issues.
Conduct risk control assessments, in partnership with functional owners and the enterprise Risk organization; draft assessment reports detailing results, and controls recommendations.
Design self-audit assessments and framework around HR practices and run audit projects for HR controls.
Lead governance framework for HR policies and practices- to ensure policies are regularly reviewed, updated, and are accessible and easily understood by employees.
Guide oversight of third party vendors used by HR, through running the risk oversight model, to ensure vendor managers adequately drive vendor performance and assess risks/criticality of vendor.
Act as liaison and collaborator between HR teams and the firm's controls teams (e.g., legal, compliance, privacy, information security, etc.) to assess new and changed HR processes and advise on design to ensure regulatory compliance. Draft written narratives to communicate obligations, risk analyses, and recommendations to HR policies, process, and systems.
Collaborate on training, guidelines and desktop procedures (such as manager and employee communications, FAQs, and standard operating processes).
Run HR risk and compliance related projects as required.
The successful candidate is a top-notch project coordinator, with excellent organization skills, a demonstrable ability to think critically and strategically and a strong talent for communicating-- i.e., able to synthesize recommendations in concise and persuasive manner both verbally and written. You're energized when collaborating with partners to motivate change, have an eye for detail and an ability to prioritize in periods of ambiguity. And, you know how to lead and guide others! Knowledge of human resources processes, risk/compliance management concepts, and/or employment laws are preferred. Basic Qualifications 5+ years of experience in an HR, compliance, or enterprise risk management role Bachelor's degree MS Office proficiency, especially Excel and PowerPoint Project Management experience Excellent written and verbal communication skills Analytical/data analysis skills
Experience developing policies, guidelines and procedures Preferred Qualifications Experience working in a global, large-scale, complex, and fast-paced environment
Ability to work in an ambiguous environment and drive forward results
Experience building cross-functional partnerships/influencing partners to act without having a direct reporting relationship
Problem solver, able to troubleshoot issues independently; sense of accountability and sound professional judgment
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