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Trade Compliance Operations Analyst


06-12-2018
  • Review control-based transaction holds for export and import transactions using Oracle Global Trade Management module.

  • Review Restricted Parties Screenings hits.
  • Review trade documents for global tariff (HTS) classifications and export classifications (ECCNs) for hardware products, components, software, technology, and technical data.
  • Review technical specifications, work instructions, design and drawings for prototype parts to assign accurate classifications for export/imports and support global shipment transactions.
  • Under supervision of Global Trade Compliance management and Customs Compliance Specialist, conduct HTS classification in accordance with the World Customs
  • Organization rules and country-specific notes. Advise Logistics and Supply Chain teams on compliance with Uber-mandated requirements on commercial invoices, customs declarations, export/import authorizations, and recordkeeping.
  • Integrate and ensure compliance with Uber processes for country of origin and customs valuation principles with a focus on the proper declaration and recordkeeping/accounting of assists.
  • Create and maintain records for all import/export licenses and classification reviews, ensure quality control of data.

Trade Compliance Operations Analyst


06-12-2018
  • Review control-based transaction holds for export and import transactions using Oracle Global Trade Management module.

  • Review Restricted Parties Screenings hits.
  • Review trade documents for global tariff (HTS) classifications and export classifications (ECCNs) for hardware products, components, software, technology, and technical data.
  • Review technical specifications, work instructions, design and drawings for prototype parts to assign accurate classifications for export/imports and support global shipment transactions.
  • Under supervision of Global Trade Compliance management and Customs Compliance Specialist, conduct HTS classification in accordance with the World Customs
  • Organization rules and country-specific notes. Advise Logistics and Supply Chain teams on compliance with Uber-mandated requirements on commercial invoices, customs declarations, export/import authorizations, and recordkeeping.
  • Integrate and ensure compliance with Uber processes for country of origin and customs valuation principles with a focus on the proper declaration and recordkeeping/accounting of assists.
  • Create and maintain records for all import/export licenses and classification reviews, ensure quality control of data.

Risk Manager


03-12-2018

Ensure management of high-risk dealers:

  • Support the local and European Credit Watch process to identify and monitor highest credit/representation risks;
  • Be subject matter expert within NSC on all topics relating to dealer financial risks;
  • Define, gain agreement and manage implementation of individual strategies for high risk, under performing or terminated dealers;
  • Implement and manage risk management strategy for all dealers, to identify potential issues of dealer risk and financial under-performance and prioritize actions to deliver best results for all stakeholders;
  • Involve Financing & Risk team and external professionals (in certain circumstances) as appropriate;
  • Manage all high-risk dealers, supporting and conducting business reviews, identifying the issues. Oversee wholesale product risk management:
  • Assess the risk associated with the dealer wholesale financing products, and identify the issues and make recommendations that could improve the risk profile of these products;
  • Develop products that will deliver a stronger risk management profile;
  • Lead the wholesale financing risk management input into Monthly Financing Meetings to be held between NSC and MME;
  • Ensure timely, relevant and reliable reporting from NL level to Europe level on their own wholesale financing operations;
  • Maximize wholesale financing capacity by identifying and resolving credit limit problems at a dealer-by-dealer level.
  • Support the business planning processes for the business and support the development of associated business cases.
  • Perform yearly financial status review for direct sales customers (on new vehicle or P&A e.g. rental/leasing companies) to support approval process with European headquarter.
  • Assess risk situation on demand for vendors.

Supervise audit activities including the development of operating reports and recommend improvements regarding the organisation’s processes or systems as well as ensure the development and implementation of a robust internal control environment within the company:

  • Perform the internal control assessment activities and/or participate in the identification of business risks/control gaps in respect of the organizations’ operations and the establishment of risk control tools on a yearly base;
  • Support the creation, maintenance and update of existing/new flow-charts and RCM of mapped processes;
  • In case weak points are identified secure the compilation of corrective action plans and their implementation;
  • Provide the necessary support on Internal Audits;
  • Monitor the publishing of new European Guidelines (EG) and Financial Control Guidelines (FCG) and recommend the implementation of all existing EG and FCG;
  • Support all NL branch departments in contract review details, give recommendations and follow up proper implementation on demand;
  • Maintain contract management process (reviewing contract approvals, file the originals, store scans on Finance drive and consolidate contract details in the contract overview);
  • Perform regular review of contracts based on contract overview regarding expiring dates and follow up with departments to ensure required renewals in time
  • Constantly monitor changes in the legal environment and ensure that activities and the brand’s practices in the relevant professional fields are up to date and comply with legal provisions.
  • Develop and/or analyse all kind of reports as well as supervise their delivery:
  • Create the wholesale finance report to identify risk/weak points on dealer network financial performance and follow up corrective measurements on a monthly base.
  • Support analysis of quarterly financial data of dealer reports provided by external service company. Join the quarterly review committee and give feedback on analysis and recommendations.

Supervise implementation and optimisation of relevant best-fit IT systems:

  • Ensure that the required business processes of the NL branch on wholesale financing of dealers are aligned in the brand’s Self Financing applications APAK and support any required updates accordingly;
  • Coordinate that eMOTIVE system supports APAK requirements properly.
  • Coordinate workflows with external business contacts as well as participate in related discussions:
  • Manage external business contacts related to risk management including their selection, contract management as well as the monitoring of their effectiveness;
  • Cooperate with external consultants, service providers or lawyers to support business requirements, e.g. dealer floor checks or dealer contracts/
  • Coordinate workflows with internal interfaces to support shared planning and mutual understanding
  • Support other business units within the NL branch and cooperate with internal control departments EU branch
  • Train dealer network on the company’ Self Financing applications
  • Act as a Business Partner and provide advice / guidance to senior management on people issues

Risk Manager


03-12-2018

Ensure management of high-risk dealers:

  • Support the local and European Credit Watch process to identify and monitor highest credit/representation risks;
  • Be subject matter expert within NSC on all topics relating to dealer financial risks;
  • Define, gain agreement and manage implementation of individual strategies for high risk, under performing or terminated dealers;
  • Implement and manage risk management strategy for all dealers, to identify potential issues of dealer risk and financial under-performance and prioritize actions to deliver best results for all stakeholders;
  • Involve Financing & Risk team and external professionals (in certain circumstances) as appropriate;
  • Manage all high-risk dealers, supporting and conducting business reviews, identifying the issues. Oversee wholesale product risk management:
  • Assess the risk associated with the dealer wholesale financing products, and identify the issues and make recommendations that could improve the risk profile of these products;
  • Develop products that will deliver a stronger risk management profile;
  • Lead the wholesale financing risk management input into Monthly Financing Meetings to be held between NSC and MME;
  • Ensure timely, relevant and reliable reporting from NL level to Europe level on their own wholesale financing operations;
  • Maximize wholesale financing capacity by identifying and resolving credit limit problems at a dealer-by-dealer level.
  • Support the business planning processes for the business and support the development of associated business cases.
  • Perform yearly financial status review for direct sales customers (on new vehicle or P&A e.g. rental/leasing companies) to support approval process with European headquarter.
  • Assess risk situation on demand for vendors.

Supervise audit activities including the development of operating reports and recommend improvements regarding the organisation’s processes or systems as well as ensure the development and implementation of a robust internal control environment within the company:

  • Perform the internal control assessment activities and/or participate in the identification of business risks/control gaps in respect of the organizations’ operations and the establishment of risk control tools on a yearly base;
  • Support the creation, maintenance and update of existing/new flow-charts and RCM of mapped processes;
  • In case weak points are identified secure the compilation of corrective action plans and their implementation;
  • Provide the necessary support on Internal Audits;
  • Monitor the publishing of new European Guidelines (EG) and Financial Control Guidelines (FCG) and recommend the implementation of all existing EG and FCG;
  • Support all NL branch departments in contract review details, give recommendations and follow up proper implementation on demand;
  • Maintain contract management process (reviewing contract approvals, file the originals, store scans on Finance drive and consolidate contract details in the contract overview);
  • Perform regular review of contracts based on contract overview regarding expiring dates and follow up with departments to ensure required renewals in time
  • Constantly monitor changes in the legal environment and ensure that activities and the brand’s practices in the relevant professional fields are up to date and comply with legal provisions.
  • Develop and/or analyse all kind of reports as well as supervise their delivery:
  • Create the wholesale finance report to identify risk/weak points on dealer network financial performance and follow up corrective measurements on a monthly base.
  • Support analysis of quarterly financial data of dealer reports provided by external service company. Join the quarterly review committee and give feedback on analysis and recommendations.

Supervise implementation and optimisation of relevant best-fit IT systems:

  • Ensure that the required business processes of the NL branch on wholesale financing of dealers are aligned in the brand’s Self Financing applications APAK and support any required updates accordingly;
  • Coordinate that eMOTIVE system supports APAK requirements properly.
  • Coordinate workflows with external business contacts as well as participate in related discussions:
  • Manage external business contacts related to risk management including their selection, contract management as well as the monitoring of their effectiveness;
  • Cooperate with external consultants, service providers or lawyers to support business requirements, e.g. dealer floor checks or dealer contracts/
  • Coordinate workflows with internal interfaces to support shared planning and mutual understanding
  • Support other business units within the NL branch and cooperate with internal control departments EU branch
  • Train dealer network on the company’ Self Financing applications
  • Act as a Business Partner and provide advice / guidance to senior management on people issues

Vice President – Operational Risk – Securities


26-11-2018
  • Manage SLA, Outsourcing and Vendor Management Framework through monitoring, KPI setting and escalation where necessary
  • Operational Risk incident identification and reporting
  • Implement a robust Operational Risk Framework
  • Collaborating with relevant stakeholders to ensure operational risk can be modelled and measured correctly
  • Provide input into the ICAAP Framework for the adequate measurement and appropriate capital framework for Operational Risk

Vice President – Operational Risk – Securities


26-11-2018
  • Manage SLA, Outsourcing and Vendor Management Framework through monitoring, KPI setting and escalation where necessary
  • Operational Risk incident identification and reporting
  • Implement a robust Operational Risk Framework
  • Collaborating with relevant stakeholders to ensure operational risk can be modelled and measured correctly
  • Provide input into the ICAAP Framework for the adequate measurement and appropriate capital framework for Operational Risk

Risk & Internal Control Coordinator – Feed


19-11-2018

Your role is essential to ensure that risks are properly mitigated and as a result the Board can sign the annual ‘in control’ statement as part of the annual accounts.

You will have a key role within the group for all risk and internal control related topics. This includes building awareness on In-Control (via the In-Control Framework (ICF)), Purchase Risk Management and support for Enterprise Risk Management (ERM), and also develop policies and reporting systems. You will assist the business and finance teams with all relevant questions and topics that arise. You will demonstrate a “hand on approach” with a good focus on high quality and meeting deadlines. You will ensure that agreed procedures are followed and monitored periodically by the organization.

The role demands a proactive, energetic attitude, good communication skills and the ability to influence key stakeholders. You ensure that ERM/ICF policies are compliant with applicable regulations (e.g. Dutch laws and Dutch corporate governance code) and generally accepted frameworks (e.g. COSO).

The Risk & Internal Control Coordinator is part of the Group Control Department and reports to the Manager Accounting & Risk.

Tasks and responsibilities of the Risk & Internal Control Coordinator:

  • Review the ERM and ICF self-assessments prepared by the risk and control managers for completeness and accuracy
  • In case of control deficiencies propose to the business the most effective and efficient mitigating measures
  • Further develop the ICF by increasing the reliance on automated controls
  • Responsible for safeguarding Segregations of Duties by preparing Can do / Did do analysis on a monthly basis, and proactively working with IT and the Business to reduce the number of executed and potential conflicts
  • Train the finance teams of newly acquired companies to implement the ICF approach
  • Key owner of the on-going maintenance of the risk policy (including the purchase risk policies), ERM training content and other professional and technical knowledge
  • Assist with timely and adequate reporting of the ERM/ICF/Purchase related risks/findings to the business groups, Board and Risk Advisory Board
  • Perform reviews of the hard close and year-end documentation of the business groups in the different countries
  • Support on the project of auditable KPIs, ensuring that progress is made in the performance of the five sustainability KPIs and liaising with colleagues in Finance to make sure that accurate performance data on the KPIs is reported in the company’s systems.

Risk & Internal Control Coordinator – Feed


19-11-2018

Your role is essential to ensure that risks are properly mitigated and as a result the Board can sign the annual ‘in control’ statement as part of the annual accounts.

You will have a key role within the group for all risk and internal control related topics. This includes building awareness on In-Control (via the In-Control Framework (ICF)), Purchase Risk Management and support for Enterprise Risk Management (ERM), and also develop policies and reporting systems. You will assist the business and finance teams with all relevant questions and topics that arise. You will demonstrate a “hand on approach” with a good focus on high quality and meeting deadlines. You will ensure that agreed procedures are followed and monitored periodically by the organization.

The role demands a proactive, energetic attitude, good communication skills and the ability to influence key stakeholders. You ensure that ERM/ICF policies are compliant with applicable regulations (e.g. Dutch laws and Dutch corporate governance code) and generally accepted frameworks (e.g. COSO).

The Risk & Internal Control Coordinator is part of the Group Control Department and reports to the Manager Accounting & Risk.

Tasks and responsibilities of the Risk & Internal Control Coordinator:

  • Review the ERM and ICF self-assessments prepared by the risk and control managers for completeness and accuracy
  • In case of control deficiencies propose to the business the most effective and efficient mitigating measures
  • Further develop the ICF by increasing the reliance on automated controls
  • Responsible for safeguarding Segregations of Duties by preparing Can do / Did do analysis on a monthly basis, and proactively working with IT and the Business to reduce the number of executed and potential conflicts
  • Train the finance teams of newly acquired companies to implement the ICF approach
  • Key owner of the on-going maintenance of the risk policy (including the purchase risk policies), ERM training content and other professional and technical knowledge
  • Assist with timely and adequate reporting of the ERM/ICF/Purchase related risks/findings to the business groups, Board and Risk Advisory Board
  • Perform reviews of the hard close and year-end documentation of the business groups in the different countries
  • Support on the project of auditable KPIs, ensuring that progress is made in the performance of the five sustainability KPIs and liaising with colleagues in Finance to make sure that accurate performance data on the KPIs is reported in the company’s systems.

Group Internal Auditor


05-11-2018

Participation in Audit Work

  • Individually, or working as part of a small team, carry out multi-scope reviews of, and SOX work on, operational and financial risk management and control at the organization and its worldwide subsidiaries;
  • Co-ordinate communication and activities with internal audit teams in other countries;
  • Devise practical solutions, and offer advice and guidance to issues that arise in the course of this work;
  • Carry out special project work as requested;
  • Use of audit software where necessary to assist these review.

Reporting

  • Compile oral and written reports and recommendations on issues arising during audit work;
  • Co-ordinate the reporting of issues arising, and receipt and adequacy of the responses of management;
  • Liaise with Senior Group and Operating Company Management on issues and solutions.

Promotion of Best Practices

  • Identify the needs and best methods to improve risk management and internal control across the organization.

Group Internal Auditor


05-11-2018

Participation in Audit Work

  • Individually, or working as part of a small team, carry out multi-scope reviews of, and SOX work on, operational and financial risk management and control at the organization and its worldwide subsidiaries;
  • Co-ordinate communication and activities with internal audit teams in other countries;
  • Devise practical solutions, and offer advice and guidance to issues that arise in the course of this work;
  • Carry out special project work as requested;
  • Use of audit software where necessary to assist these review.

Reporting

  • Compile oral and written reports and recommendations on issues arising during audit work;
  • Co-ordinate the reporting of issues arising, and receipt and adequacy of the responses of management;
  • Liaise with Senior Group and Operating Company Management on issues and solutions.

Promotion of Best Practices

  • Identify the needs and best methods to improve risk management and internal control across the organization.