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Manager, Group Risk (US) (Data Risk)

TD Securities

TD Securities

Mt Laurel, NJ, USA
Posted on Thursday, February 8, 2024



Pay Range

$83,720 – $136,240 annually

Department Overview

Data Risk Management (DRM) is the enterprise wide 2nd line function for data risk at TD. As a part of operational risk management, DRM is responsible for risks associated with data governance and data management. The Operational Risk Engagement team within DRM is responsible for development of risk metrics and reporting, coordination of risk activities with other 2nd line functions, and maintenance of the Risk Appetite Statement for Data Risk. This role will focus on US jurisdictional aspects of existing processes, development of US specific Data Risk reporting, and expansion of breakdowns developed for US reporting into other global jurisdictions.

Job Details

The Manager Group Risk leads and develops a team of Risk professionals who provide oversight, advisory services and act as an oversight function related to TD’s enterprise/operational Risk programs. Acts as a thought leader for all risk-related activities. May also oversee a team of specialized project support or services within Risk Management. Provides effective challenge, oversight, and risk intelligence behaviors and outcomes, while operating within the Bank’s risk appetite.

Job Requirements

  • Provides people management leadership by hiring the best talent, setting goals, developing staff, managing employee performance and compensation decisions, promoting teamwork and handling any/all disciplinary actions, as required
  • Leads and manages a sizeable team of professionals and overall operation of a diverse group in an area of moderate risk, complexity or scope, while growing talent, developing skills and capabilities to achieve career goals, support project/initiative success and achieve business results
  • Ability to present and make recommendations to senior management and executives
  • Ensures an integrated approach with other business areas, broader organization, and enterprise as appropriate
  • Coordinates and prioritizes multiple initiatives and manages resource allocation
  • Establishes effective relationships with different Stakeholders, Business Sponsors, Executives and LOB
  • Provides support and contributes to the overall discipline and strategy for respective areas
  • Provides coaching, mentorship and guidance to practitioners, business, executives within area of expertise
  • Deep knowledge and understanding of businesses/technology, and organizational practices/disciplines
  • Sound to advanced knowledge of external competition, industry and/or market trends in relation to own function/business
  • Focuses on short to medium-term issues (e.g. 6-12 months)
  • Must be eligible for employment under regulatory standards applicable to the position.


  • Undergraduate degree or technical certificate and/or
  • 7+ years relevant experience
  • Advanced knowledge of multiple risk management disciplines, strategies, regulations, controls, operating environment, consulting principles, procedures and processes
  • Knowledge of risk management environment, standards, regulations and mitigation
  • Knowledge of current and emerging competitor and market trends
  • Advanced ability to lead, plan, implement, and evaluate program / project activities to ensure completion of initiatives
  • Ability to contribute to strategic direction of the function and provide trusted and reliable advice to senior leadership
  • Skill in talent development and performance management
  • Skill in preparing and managing budgets and resource allocation
  • Ability to make an impact, influence, and achieve results with effective negotiation, problem-solving, and communication skills
  • Skill in using computer applications including MS Office
  • Ability to communicate effectively in both oral and written form
  • Ability to work collaboratively and build relationships across teams and functions
  • Ability to work successfully as a member of a team and independently
  • Ability to exercise sound judgement in making decisions
  • Ability to analyze, organize and prioritize work while meeting multiple deadlines
  • Ability to handle confidential information with discretion

Company Overview

Our Values
At TD, we’re guided by our purpose to enrich the lives of our customers, communities and colleagues, and share a set of values that shape our culture and behaviors. In exchange for how our colleagues show up to help TD succeed, we are committed to delivering a colleague experience grounded in Impact, Growth and a Culture of Care. No matter where you work across TD, we empower you to make an impact at work and in your community, explore and grow your career, and be part of our caring and inclusive culture.

Making Your Well-being a Priority
A caring and supportive culture that promotes colleague well-being is core to who we are. At TD, we focus on total well-being with extensive programs to help colleagues assess, manage, and improve their well-being across four core pillars — physical, financial, social and mental/emotional. In addition, we champion a safe and inclusive work environment, so colleagues feel a sense of belonging and feel supported in their personal and professional growth. Through our focus on well-being, we know that we can help our colleagues thrive, contribute to our culture of care, and support better business outcomes, because when colleagues feel their best, they’re more likely to do their best.

Our Total Rewards Package
Our Total Rewards package reflects the investments we make in our colleagues to help them and their families achieve their financial, physical and mental well-being goals. Total Rewards at TD includes base salary and variable compensation/incentive awards (e.g., eligibility for cash and/or equity incentive awards, generally through participation in an incentive plan) and several other key plans such as health and well-being benefits, savings and retirement programs, paid time off (including Vacation PTO, Flex PTO, and Holiday PTO), banking benefits and discounts, career development, and reward and recognition.

How We Work
At TD, we believe in-person connections fuel collaboration and collective creativity. Our workplace experience empowers colleagues to do great work side-by-side at TD locations, while offering flexibility to work remotely where it makes sense for the work and team. Our teams work in one of three workplace models: hybrid, onsite and primarily remote. Wherever our colleagues are working, they’ll always have access to the TD community to experience our culture of care.

Who We Are
TD is one of the world’s leading global financial institutions and is the fifth largest bank in North America by branches/stores. Every day, we deliver legendary customer experiences to over 27 million households and businesses in Canada, the United States and around the world. More than 95,000 TD colleagues bring their skills, talent, and creativity to the Bank, those we serve, and the economies we support. We are guided by our vision to Be the Better Bank and our purpose to enrich the lives of our customers, communities and colleagues. TD is deeply committed to being a leader in customer experience, that is why we believe that all colleagues, no matter where they work, are customer facing. As we build our business and deliver on our strategy, we are innovating to enhance the customer experience and build capabilities to shape the future of banking. Whether you’ve got years of banking experience or are just starting your career in financial services, we can help you realize your potential. Through regular leadership and development conversations to mentorship and training programs, we’re here to support you towards your goals. As an organization, we keep growing – and so will you.


Our Commitment to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
At TD, we’re committed to fostering an environment where all colleagues are encouraged to bring their authentic selves to work, experience equitable opportunities, and feel respected and supported. We’re dedicated to building an inclusive workforce that reflects the diversity of the customers and the communities in which we live and serve.

EOE/Minorities/Females/Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity.

If you are a candidate with a disability and need accommodations to complete the application process, email the TD Bank US Workplace Accommodations Program at USWAPTDO@td.com. Include your full name, best way to reach you, and the accommodation needed to assist you with the application process.

How We’re Helping Make an Impact in Communities
TD has a long-standing commitment to help drive progress towards a more inclusive and sustainable future. That’s why we launched the TD Ready Commitment in 2018, now a multi-year North American initiative. Under the TD Ready Commitment, we are targeting a total of $1 billion by 2030 in community giving across four key, interconnected drivers of change: Financial Security, Vibrant Planet, Connected Communities, and Better Health. It’s our goal to help support change, nurture progress, and contribute to making the world a better, more inclusive place for our customers, colleagues, and communities.

We look forward to hearing from you!