Risk Management is a systematic approach to identify, assess, manage & monitor risks that can affect the organization’s ability to achieve its objectives. At LafargeHolcim, the Risk Management (RM) framework analyses the Group’s overall risk exposure to support the strategic decision-making process while defining mitigating actions to reduce the risks to an acceptable level. The exposure is assessed from both top-down and bottom-up, which means that in addition to the Countries, senior management (Board and EXCO) also conducts an annual risk analysis.
The Group Risk manager coordinates the end to end process of risk assessment integrating the assessments serving other assurance functions like Internal Controls or Compliance, defining the LH’s methodology to assess and quantifies risks and providing a comprehensive forward looking view of the risks to the top management and Board.
The responsibilities of the job holder aim at incorporating risk thinking into all strategic decision making in the company and promoting risk prevention through mitigating actions. It requires performing the following activities:
Number of people, budget, volumes etc.:
Group-wide part time Country risk leads (approximately 70 people) and around 250 (estimated) senior managers involved in risk management process (at Country, Region and Corporate levels).
List of direct reports:
No direct reports.
Key interfaces, stakeholders and relationships:
Degree in economics, business administration or engineering.
Minimum 10 years of experience including at least 5 years of experience in risk management in a multinational organization at corporate or operating company level.
Alternatively, business consulting experience with focus on risk management
Technical / functional skills:
Leadership and managerial abilities: