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Associate Director, Third Party Risk Management

life insurance, 401(k)
United States, New Jersey, Montvale
February 21, 2024

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KPMG is currently seeking an Associate Director, Third Party Risk Management to join our Third-Party Risk Management organization.


  • Work closely with the Senior Director of Third-Party Risk Management, to support the build out of the program and establish the function within TPRM who serves as the point of contact for any future changes and enhancement to the framework
  • Maintain the TPRM Framework to be aligned with industry standards, best practices, and the organization's risk management requirements, evaluating and prioritizing process changes
  • Collaborate with Strategic Sourcing and Procurement tools team, other TPRM team members, and control Groups to align on and prioritize changes
  • Develop, implement, and maintain a firm wide the third-party risk management training program
  • Establish training plans for new processes and refresher training for all stakeholders
  • Maintain policy, processes, and procedures


  • Minimum seven years of recent experience in a Third-Party Risk/Vendor Risk or similar role; CRVPM or CTPRP preferred
  • BS/BA degree from an accredited college/university or equivalent experience; MBA from an accredited college/university and other relevant degree/certification desirable
  • Advanced understanding of Third-Party Risk Programs and solutions supporting a large, regulated institution preferred, ideally financial services
  • Highly customer service oriented with excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Demonstrated analytical, problem solving and organization skills; project management skills desirable
  • Highest ethical standards with a strong moral compass and a constant focus on doing what is right
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