- Published: Friday, 31 July 2020 07:42
Location: Australia, Sydney
The CSIRO Risk Unit is an integral part of the Governance Group that exists to support sound and transparent decision making, strengthen organizational resilience and protect CSIRO’s licence to operate. The Risk Unit achieves this through:
- Leading the establishment and on enhancement of best practice risk management frameworks and processes and the integration of these into key business processes.
- Facilitating a greater understanding and clearer articulation of risk appetite and tolerance.
- Developing and executing the processes that develop and maintain the CSIRO Organisational Risk Profile and risk registers across the organization.
- Supporting the ability of the organization to identify and respond to critical incidents and situations.
- Applying a practical knowledge and understanding of the AS/NZS ISO 31000:2009 and its application across the organization.
- Applying a practical knowledge and understanding of Business Continuity Management across the organization.
- Evaluating, interpreting and synthesising complex information and drawing logical conclusions and linkages that reflect a strong understanding of the external, strategic and operational context in which CSIRO operates.
- Assisting the integration of risk, and the assessment of risk, into the organization’s operations (eg. commercial transactions, research projects).
- Contributing to the development and assessment of the Organisational Risk Profile including ongoing monitoring and review.
- Developing, assessing and documenting processes, controls and procedures in support of risk (e.g. risk identification, causes, impacts and controls).
- Facilitating risk discussions and risk workshops with stakeholders across the organization and contributing to the enhancement, preparation and co-ordination of risk reporting to senior management and the Board.