Interim Governance, Risk and Controls Manager

One of the world's largest and most innovative sustainable technology firms has an urgent requirement for an Interim Governance, Risk and Controls Manager This is an interim contract offering £400-£500 p/d outside IR35 location flexible. Job purpose The primary purpose of this role is to lead the Governance, Risk and Controls, and ensure the sector delivers on the vision of Agile Risk Management underpinned by a Rock-Solid Control Environment. This role joins at an exciting time at the start of the journey to transform the Governance, Risks and Control Group team. Principal accountabilities Oversee Transformation of Governance Risk and Controls taking the agreed strategies and converting these into deliverable actions; Lead the implementation of ICFR (Internal Controls for Financial Reporting). Deliver the ICFR Framework developed by the Group, engaging with stakeholders and assessing the change impact to build an achievable implementation plan; Maintain and improve the quality and consistency of the control environment; Responsible for the high standard of controls across the division. Hold functions to account in managing risk and maintaining controls; Support controls and risk agenda by representing a 'centre of excellence' of support, guidance and coaching on control standards and best practice across all functions; Bring controls and risk leadership to all teams across the sector in a way that aligns the strategic priorities of each function to the key controls framework and risk management agenda; Provide clear visibility of controls and risk standards across the Sector and work collaboratively with teams to develop robust plans for controls improvement, and hold them accountable for the timely completion and delivery of action plans; The role will be fundamental in driving change across the Sector and providing strong leadership in maintaining a rock-solid control environment. The size of the global ENR business is £1b Sales and £250m Profit. This role will work across the Sector with all levels of management, on matters of Governance, Risk, Controls whilst working collaboratively with the Key Requirements: University / Postgraduate (Master's degree) qualification Professional accounting qualification, e.g. ACA, CIMA or equivalent Significant experience in FP&A function preferably in a large corporate organisation with recognised automated 'big data' analytic capabilities. Experience of chemicals / automotive industries Experience in strategic planning and insightful analysis leading to business performance enhancements Professional accounting qualification, e.g. ACA, CIMA or equivalent Significant experience in Governance, Risk and Controls preferably in a large corporate organisation with. Experience of chemicals / automotive industries This is an urgent requirement so if it is of interest please apply immediately and contact Jamie.mackinlay1st-executive.com to find out more.

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