Where you fit in
The Controls & Compliance Operations Advisor is a highly visible and pivotal role to enable the Downstream portfolio to meet all Information Risk Management, Controls and Compliance challenges now and in the future. The incumbent needs to drive delivery through the Mobility SOM to ensure risk, controls and compliance requirements are met in a standard and coordinated fashion, including the follow-up of all formal findings and remediation. Delivery requires close co-operation with (external) auditors, Second Line of Defence (Information Risk Management) and internal IT stakeholders.What's the role?
As Controls & Compliance Operations Advisor , you will bring to bear a unique combination of skills; combining expertise on IT General Controls, Audit, Governance Risk & Compliance (GRC), strategic thinking, stakeholder management, and a solid ability to work with/through others to continually deliver in this highly critical environment.
The role of the Controls Analyst has the following core accountabilities:
- Provide subject matter expert support, guidance and leadership on IT General Controls (including SOX and other Legal & Regulatory) information risk management, application security, compliance and assurance matters. In scope is the full Downstream service portfolio (Global Commercial/Chemicals, Manufacturing, Retail and Trading & Supply).
- Establish, build and enhance the skill set of Control Owners and Operators within Downstream to ensure a consistent and sustained level of risk and controls capabilities is achieved for the application and infrastructure landscapes.
- Facilitate with issues identified during testing and monitoring. Plan and work with control owners and operators and the relevant testing team.
- Be actively involved in process and control design, working towards control standardization and best practices includes Risk & Control Identification (RCI) and Project Delivery.
- Work closely together with our Control Owners and Operators and monitor and steer them where needed.
- Coach management and staff to understand their role in risk and controls.
What we need from you
- Working in an area with a high number of stakeholders that have different interest.
- Working on multiple competing priorities at the same time.
- Working at different levels from fine technical detail to broad senior management reporting.
- Driving delivery through others.
- Substantial IT experience in a corporate setting.
- Minimum Education or Certification: 4-year Degree related to IT, plus an industry recognized certification (i.e ISO 27001) or extensive experience working with the Shell IT Control Framework.
- Demonstrated ability to identify and explain to others how controls fulfil control objectives, mitigate risk, and specifies improvements to control design and operations where required.
- Experience in determining operational control deficiencies and leads identification, implementation and tracking of remediation.
- Proven knowledge of SOx and IT controls and control frameworks (e.g. Cobit, COSO, ISO)
- Technical Network Security Skills.
- Able to provide cost-benefit analysis to justify investment in controls to mitigate risks.
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