Risk Mgmt, Advisor

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Position Overview:
Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) plays a very important role in the rapidly changing electric industry in general, and in Edison as an industry leader in particular. The ERM Advisor plays a significant role in helping the company to identify and manage risks and opportunities that are ahead of Edison in this dynamic and changing environment.
The role of ERM in Edison is also expanding to establish a risk-informed decision making framework and further integrate risk into the corporate strategy, goals, financial planning activities, decision making processes and to enhance the corporate risk culture. This position will play a significant role in establishing and shaping this enterprise effort. The successful candidate will help the company to assess and analyze a wide range of risks, utilizing a structured and systematic risk management framework through regular interactions with subject matter experts throughout the company and senior leaders. This role provides a broad exposure to activities and initiatives throughout the company.
The ideal candidate is a risk subject matter expert with recognized experience applying quantitative methodologies (e.g., statistical/probabilistic analysis or Monte Carlo simulations) and other risk assessment techniques (e.g., Fault Tree analysis) in enterprise, operational, or strategic risk management. The ideal candidate will also have knowledge of the energy industry and operations, have strong project management and client skills and excellent business judgment.
ERM Framework Enhancement: Participating in the implementation of the organization's strategic guidance on risk management and loss prevention programs across Edison. This also includes supporting the development and implementation of a more robust process for identifying emerging risks throughout the company
Statistical/Quantitative Modeling: Performing risk analyses by identifying and using appropriate mathematical methods; such as probabilistic risk analysis, Monte Carlo simulations and other probabilistic methods
Key Enterprise Risks: Conducting risk assessments, coordinating and consulting with all Operating Units (OUs), identifying risks not already being tracked (emerging or changing risks), and evaluating the likelihood and potential impact of each risk.
ERM Research and Best Practices: Staying abreast of ERM best practices from professional literature, professional associations or other sources and recommending specific steps to reduce risk and enhance Edison's ERM program
Root Cause Analysis: Supporting root cause analysis efforts to ensure that whenever possible, the underlying cause of any significant loss is understood. Working with the ERM team to disseminate the results of the analysis to all areas of the company where this information could be used to reduce risk in the future
Consulting and Training: Assisting in the development of ERM training for various risk organizations, risk professionals, employees, executives and others to enhance the "culture" and application of risk management in business processes
Minimum Requirements:
Bachelor's Degree in Engineering, Business Administration, Mathematics, Economics or a related discipline.
5 years of combined experience in energy, utility, risk management, quantitative analysis, business, finance, loss prevention, or project/program management
Organized and able to effectively manage multiple, diverse tasks and adhere to tight deadlines Desired Qualifications:
Desired Qualifications:
Master's Degree in Business Administration, Engineering, Mathematics, or a related discipline
Experience in quantitative/analytical risk management using statistical methods, probabilistic risk analysis, Monte Carlo simulations or other quantitative methods
Knowledge of analyzing and developing risk assessment processes and assessing risk within a process or business function
Experience performing hazard analysis such as fault tree analysis
A combination of 7 years risk management, ERM experience, operational risk management, loss prevention, risk assessment, asset management, or business continuity/disaster recovery experience
Strong interpersonal, change management and conflict resolution skills
History of developing and leading complex projects or programs
Strategic planning and project management skills
Ability to communicate effectively, lead client meetings, discuss issues and controls, and report on progress of work product
Excellent planning and teamwork skills and the ability to build effective relationships in several areas of the business
Strong written, verbal, and communication skills with an ability to explain complex risk principles to a diverse audience
Ability to work effectively as part of a multi-discipline team
Ability to express control deficiencies in a business context
The primary work location for this position is Rosemead, CA
Candidates for this position must be legally authorized to work directly as employees for any employer in the United States without visa sponsorship.
Relocation may be available for qualified candidates.
Southern California Edison, an Edison International (NYSE:EIX) company, serves a population of nearly 15 million via 5 million customer accounts in a 50,000-square-mile service area within Central, Coastal and Southern California. Join the utility leader that is safely delivering reliable, affordable electricity to our customers for over 125 years.
SCE is a proud Equal Opportunity Employer and will not discriminate based on race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability, protected veteran status or any other protected status.

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