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AMK Microfinance Institution is one of the largest microfinance institutions in Cambodia. AMK serves a large number of over 400,000 customers, more than 1,700 staffs, and branch offices located in nationwide.

Job Title: Operational Risk Manager
Report to: Head of Risk and Compliance Department
Location: Head Office
Closing Date: February 6, 2015

Job Responsibilities:
► Working with business unit and other stakeholders to create a culture of strong operational risk management.
► Responsible for the implementation and maintenance of the RCSA, Operational Risk Management Framework and Risk Appetite that supports its business and risk governance strategies and regulatory requirements.
► Proactively identifying, tracking and analyzing operational risks.
► Conducting root cause analysis of operational losses over risk appetite, identifying control gaps and coordinating appropriate remedial actions, and analyzing and responding to audit and regulatory examination findings.
► Monitor risk exposures and evaluate adequacy of risk mitigation efforts.
► Resolve issues relating to company risk management policies.
► Developing, maintaining and coordinating key Operational Risk reports for committee and AMK's management.
► Collaborate with business unit and management to ensure visibility to and understanding of related risk processes and reporting. Develop strong relationships with key department heads to ensure vendor management is understood and managed appropriately.
► Provide reporting at a high level suitable for presentation to executive management reflective of activities performed by the function.
► Provide operational risk expertise and guidance to various departments, groups, and teams including but not limit to BCP.

Qualification and Experiences:
► Bachelor's degree in Business, Accounting or Law.
► Must have 3 years of work experience in bank or financial institution in area of business operation including credit, and deposit etc... Experience in Risk management is an advantage
► Understanding of financial services regulatory requirements and current regulatory developments
► Ability to request and/or collect relevant information, identify potential exposures/gaps, summarize conclusions, construct recommendations
► Good knowledge to perform relevant trend analysis, create metrics and dashboards
► Excellent written and oral communication, planning, problem solving and organizing skills.
► Highly motivated and committed.

AMK offers a competitive salary, performance incentive, Khmer New Year bonus, pension fund benefit, accident insurance, full medical cost reimbursement for employee, spouse and dependent. Working conditions comply with Cambodian labor law.

Interested candidates should apply by sending a CV and a cover letter to: AMK branch and sub-branch offices or Head Office, Building 285, Yothapol Khemarak Phoumin Blvd. (271), Sk. Tomnub tuek, Kh. Chamkarmorn, Phnom Penh, Cambodia or E-mail:

• A copy of obtained certificates or confirm letter by the University
• A copy of national identification, family book, and certificate of birth
• A copy of transcript is preferred.

For additional information, please contact at Tel: (023) 993 062 / (023) 224 763 or visiting website:
AMK is an equal opportunity employment. Qualified women and disabled people are encouraged to apply.
Only short-listed candidates will be contacted to interview.

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