Manager, Non-Financial Risk

KPMG

3.5

(87)

Millburn, NJ

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    Position summary

    al Risk for our Consulting practice.

    Responsibilities:

    • Design and develop compliance frameworks and risk assessment methodologies that focus on the specific complexities of Big Technology companies in the areas of content and activity moderation, consumer data protection, competition, policies and other mechanisms to counter harm, responsible product/service design, data governance and protection, and trust and safety to ensure organizations follow relevant legislation, regulation, and industry standards

    • Review Big Technology client's processes risks and controls against leading practices and industry frameworks informed by regulations such as the DSA Act, DMA Act and GDPR, identifying gaps in design/execution and communicate issues and recommendations to engagement leads and client management

    • Conduct in-depth risk assessments for Big Technology companies to identify potential risks in the areas of content and activity moderation, consumer data protection, competition, policies and other mechanisms to counter harm, responsible product/service design, data governance and protection and trust and safety and develop and execute controls testing plans, assessing the adequacy and effectiveness of internal controls in mitigating identified risks

    • Collaborate with the Big Technology company risk and control teams to design and operate effective risk and control programs, analyzing a range of emerging and developing risks (such as public and civil society, responsible AI, appeals and complaints risks) associated with Big Technology companies and recommend tailored controls, working to gain risk and control adoption, providing guidance based on industry best practices and alignment to regulatory requirements

    • Plan and execute client engagements focusing on conducting compliance assessments and readiness assessments and overall maturity of the compliance function considering applicable technology legislation, regulation, and industry standards in the areas of content and activity moderation, consumer data protection, competition, policies and other mechanisms to counter harm, responsible product/service design, data governance and protection and trust and safety (for example, GDPR, CCPA, DSA Act, DMA Act, US state privacy laws, and UK OSB)

    • Engage in go-to-market and business development efforts, including the preparation of proposals and client presentations as well as provide subject matter expertise when needed for prospective clients in the Big Technology categories like VLOSE / VLOP designated companies

    Qualifications:

    • Minimum five years of recent, related work experience in regulatory compliance and/or risk management in the context of engineering, government intelligence, security, cybersecurity, information privacy or technology organization (internet, social media, cloud computing, software, streaming and media services or ecommerce platform company)

    • Bachelor's degree from an accredited college/university or equivalent work experience

    • Knowledge of existing and emerging technology regulations, legislation, guidelines, standard, issues, and trends in the areas of content and activity moderation, consumer data protection, competition, policies and other mechanisms to counter harm, responsible product/service design, data governance and protection and trust and safety (for example, GDPR, CCPA, DSA Act, DMA Act, US state privacy laws, and UK OSB)

    • Familiarity leading and executing large or complex projects, and working with cross-functional teams; proficiency in executing project management

    • Strong leadership and communication skills, technical knowledge, and the ability to write at a publication quality level to communicate findings and recommendations to the clients and senior management team

    • Ability to travel as required

    • Applicants must be authorized to work in the United States without the need for visa sponsorship now or in the future

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    Why you should apply for a job to KPMG:

  • 64% say women are treated fairly and equally to men
  • 78% say the CEO supports gender diversity
  • Ratings are based on anonymous reviews by Fairygodboss members.
  • We help our employees manage their personal lives with adoption reimbursement, in-home and backup care programs and parental leave.
  • We empower individuals to advance in their education and career, from pre-k to the c-suite with the ambition of changing lives.
  • From telecommuting to a compressed workweek, KPMG offers a culture of flexibility for all employees.