Director of Enterprise Risk Management

Management
Full-time
Oakland Housing Authority
10/13/2022
wendi@wbcpinc.com
541-664-0376

Director of Enterprise Risk Management
Oakland Housing Authority
Annual Salary: $152,700 - $177,086 DOE/DOQ


The Oakland Housing Authority (OHA), providing subsidized housing to nearly 16,500 families as the largest landlord in the City of Oakland, seeks a Director of Enterprise Risk Management (Director) to create and oversee a new division under the direction of the Chief Officer of Program & Finance Administration. The OHA is looking for a flexible, communicative, and respectable leader who is capable of rebuilding the enterprise risk management program for OHA. The Director will oversee the Risk Management Division, which includes a staff of two. The ideal candidate will ideally be a Certified Risk Management Professional who will oversee four critical areas of the Division: insurance program placement and management, contract review, claim management, and enterprise risk management architecture and implementation. 

See the full recruitment brochure: https://indd.adobe.com/view/33246b97-1dd8-4ed9-9507-f854f43192c4

THE JOB/ IDEAL CANDIDATE
The Director of Enterprise Risk Management (Director) will oversee Risk Division and rebuild the risk management program. They will have two reports and report to the Chief Officer of Program & Finance Administration. Having a strong understanding of risk management and insurance policies is essential for this role, as is being able to offer advice for issues occurring in real-time. 

A candidate with experience interacting with public safety is highly desirable, as the Director will work closely with OHA’s Police department to identify loss trends, safety, loss prevention needs, etc. They will be an exceptional relationship builder, working with internal departments, vendors, the Board, brokers, and other key stakeholders. 

 

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