Salary: £53,897 - £65,350
Job Grade: Level 5 Zone 2
Work Location: Unit 1B, Berol House, 25 Ashley Road, London, N17 9LJ with opportunity for home/remote working
Hours per week: 36
Contract Type: Permanent
Closing date: Sunday 27th November 2022, 23:59
Interviews to be held: TBC
Alternative flexible working options available/open to discussion
Anonymised Application – in keeping with Camden’s commitment to inclusion the recruitment to this role is anonymised and supports the objective of reducing the impact of unconscious bias.
Employed by the London Borough of Camden the Risk & Assurance Manager will be based in North London Waste Authority (NLWA), serving Camden and six other north London boroughs.
About the role
The Risk & Assurance Manager role is an essential role, enabling the organisation to manage NLWA’s Corporate Risk Register which will need to be developed, established and agreed with key stakeholders internally and externally to the organisation such as internal NLWA teams, NLHPP, London Energy Ltd, Borough officers and Members.
The successful candidate will provide organisational expertise in risk management and use this expertise to lead, develop, implement and continually evaluate how the organisation recognises and addresses risk, including contributing to organisational business planning. The Corporate Risk Register will need to incorporate and/or consider risks in London Energy Ltd and NLHPP, when agreeing mitigations.
There will be a need to follow through with the established Corporate Risk Register and enable delivery of the key priorities and outcomes, by utilising exceptional change management skills. It is expected for the actions / mitigations of the Corporate Risk Register to form the short (next 2 years), mid (2-3 years) and long term (5 years +) priorities for the organisation, where these priorities are periodically tracked / managed.
The postholder will need to demonstrate assurance of operational and strategic plans, through working closely with the Corporate Strategy Manager, Head of Portfolio Management, Finance and HR teams
To be successful in this role you will need to have a strong, strategic mindset which is required to draw out the difference between “blue-sky” to practical risk mitigations and experience of establishing large, complex organisational / major programme assurance strategy considering corporate risks
You will be experienced in presenting complex information in a simple way to technical / non-technical / senior / non-senior people and influencing central and/or local government officers toward a successful outcome
Experience of successful complex project / programme or portfolio delivery (>£50m) and the ability to deliver through a range of stakeholders to achieve favourable results. You will be able to proactively work through changing governmental policy, particularly post-pandemic and post-Brexit and have experience of leading a corporate / risk / assurance function in a complex system / organisation have a “can-do” attitude in a politically motivated environment and have experience of establishing and delivering risk management and assurance strategies
You will need to take a collaborative approach, as your work will involve dealing with all members of the NLWA team and helping to ensure the systems work well for individuals.
You will have good analytical and reporting skills and an ability to understand and implement processes and have proven experience in planning and delivering to deadlines, including strong communication and influencing others to contribute to a mutually beneficial outcome.
You will be able to focus on internal and external customers, be innovative and creative, open to ideas and challenge and committed to individual learning and development.
For more information regarding this role please refer to the job profile.
Our mission is to preserve resources and the environment for future generations by exemplary planning, innovation and communication in managing north London’s waste.
We serve two million residents in seven boroughs and run communications and engagement campaigns to help them reduce their rubbish and recycle more. We campaign for government and industry action to reduce unnecessary single-use items, encourage reuse and repair and promote effective recycling.
To help tackle the climate emergency and to prevent rubbish going to landfill, we are building the greenest Energy Recovery Facility in the country and modern recycling facilities at the Edmonton EcoPark, through the North London Heat and Power Project
Working for NLWA
The post-holder will work for NLWA and be based at NLWA’s office in Tottenham Hale but be employed by London Borough of Camden through whom NLWA staff are employed. The North London Heat and Power Project is located at Edmonton EcoPark.
Working for Camden
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