Experian Supplier Risk Manager in United Kingdom

Description

Role Profile - Third Party Manager

  1. ROLE SUMMARY

Global Job Family: tbc Sub Family: tbc Global Role: tbc Typical Band: D Grade Typical Role Name: Third Party Manager (Suppliers / Resellers) Typically reports to: Head of Third Party Management Typical Direct Reports: Approximately 4

  1. ROLE DETAILS

Purpose The purpose of the Third-Party Manager (TPM) is to reduce inherent and residual risk, drive compliance and ensure the UK&I business has a robust controls framework across the supplier and reseller environment. The TPM is responsible for ensuring third party compliance with Experian policies, contractual requirements, laws, regulations and corporate governance. Essential Duties & Responsibilities

  1. Support the TPRM Policy roll out across UK&I, engaging with stakeholders and overcoming objections, creating a workable implementation plan

  2. Partner with business units to complete third party risk assessments; providing support and guidance as required

  3. Implement processes and controls with business units

  4. Engage with functional leaders to drive adoption of controls and remedial efforts for any gaps identified

  5. Perform ongoing monitoring and testing of controls on a risk based approach

  6. Support Global Security Office (GSO) with facilitation of third party audits

  7. Manage resolution of all findings from GSO audits with third parties, ensuring auditable evidence and approvals are secured to close gaps

  8. Ensure accurate inventory of third parties and associated risk tier is maintained

  9. Support with third party audits as required

  10. Work across third party population to drive best practice and continuous improvement

3. KNOWLEDGE, EXPERIENCE & QUALIFICATIONS Required skills and experience:

  • Experience in the application of contract management practices and processes and policy monitoring

  • Minimum of 5 years’ experience working with third parties

  • Detail orientated with good organisational and process skills

  • Able to deliver quality and timely reporting for Head of Third Party Management

  • Self-managing - able to work independently and as part of a team, leveraging team strengths

  • Ability to communicate openly and effectively in both written and verbal form

  • Ability to challenge and influence Senior Managers and stakeholders

Education/Qualifications

  • University degree level education.

  • Industry relevant qualification e.g. IRM, CIPS, GOA,

Competencies

  • Ability to collaborate at all levels, finding workable solutions to issues

  • Results and solutions oriented

  • Understand different aspects of supplier risk (e.g. financial, control environments, change in legal control) and capacity to develop sound understanding the internal functions the supplier supports.

· Knowledgeable about the legal and regulatory requirements for information security

· Experience in third party risk assessment tools and techniques

· Experience in approaches to quantify and measure third party compliance

· Strong ability to build and develop stakeholder relationships (both internal and external)

· Strong audit and analytical skills

· Experience in policy and procedure writing

· Good written and verbal communication skills-Advanced experience with MS Office and SharePoint preferred

Knowledge, Experience & Qualifications

TBC

Description

Role Profile - Third Party Manager

  1. ROLE SUMMARY

Global Job Family: tbc Sub Family: tbc Global Role: tbc Typical Band: D Grade Typical Role Name: Third Party Manager (Suppliers / Resellers) Typically reports to: Head of Third Party Management Typical Direct Reports: Approximately 4

  1. ROLE DETAILS

Purpose The purpose of the Third-Party Manager (TPM) is to reduce inherent and residual risk, drive compliance and ensure the UK&I business has a robust controls framework across the supplier and reseller environment. The TPM is responsible for ensuring third party compliance with Experian policies, contractual requirements, laws, regulations and corporate governance. Essential Duties & Responsibilities

  1. Support the TPRM Policy roll out across UK&I, engaging with stakeholders and overcoming objections, creating a workable implementation plan

  2. Partner with business units to complete third party risk assessments; providing support and guidance as required

  3. Implement processes and controls with business units

  4. Engage with functional leaders to drive adoption of controls and remedial efforts for any gaps identified

  5. Perform ongoing monitoring and testing of controls on a risk based approach

  6. Support Global Security Office (GSO) with facilitation of third party audits

  7. Manage resolution of all findings from GSO audits with third parties, ensuring auditable evidence and approvals are secured to close gaps

  8. Ensure accurate inventory of third parties and associated risk tier is maintained

  9. Support with third party audits as required

  10. Work across third party population to drive best practice and continuous improvement

3. KNOWLEDGE, EXPERIENCE & QUALIFICATIONS Required skills and experience:

  • Experience in the application of contract management practices and processes and policy monitoring

  • Minimum of 5 years’ experience working with third parties

  • Detail orientated with good organisational and process skills

  • Able to deliver quality and timely reporting for Head of Third Party Management

  • Self-managing - able to work independently and as part of a team, leveraging team strengths

  • Ability to communicate openly and effectively in both written and verbal form

  • Ability to challenge and influence Senior Managers and stakeholders

Education/Qualifications

  • University degree level education.

  • Industry relevant qualification e.g. IRM, CIPS, GOA,

Competencies

  • Ability to collaborate at all levels, finding workable solutions to issues

  • Results and solutions oriented

  • Understand different aspects of supplier risk (e.g. financial, control environments, change in legal control) and capacity to develop sound understanding the internal functions the supplier supports.

· Knowledgeable about the legal and regulatory requirements for information security

· Experience in third party risk assessment tools and techniques

· Experience in approaches to quantify and measure third party compliance

· Strong ability to build and develop stakeholder relationships (both internal and external)

· Strong audit and analytical skills

· Experience in policy and procedure writing

· Good written and verbal communication skills-Advanced experience with MS Office and SharePoint preferred

Knowledge, Experience & Qualifications

TBC

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