The Corporate Compliance Advisor serves as a compliance resource and assist with the implementation and maintenance of the Company’s global compliance program. Candidate should have proven ability to analyze data and draw reasonable conclusions, communicate clearly, possess excellent writing skills, and be a strong team player who is able to work well with employees at various levels of the organization. This individual will report directly to the Director of Compliance.
This role’s responsibilities include the following:
Work with the Director of Compliance to coordinate compliance efforts globally and maintain accurate and complete records of the program’s key elements; Assist in managing the Company’s Business Ethics Line (“hotline”), monitor status of reported cases, manage and drive analysis of reported cases, training and other compliance program data; Develop and maintain metrics related to investigations, third party due diligence, training, and other compliance-related topics for purposes of internal reporting and dissemination; Develop data-driven analytics for reporting on training, communication, issue reporting and remediation efforts, and trending of compliance metrics; Manage and track legal and regulatory developments and research related to compliance globally and provide updates to the Director of Compliance, business partners, senior leadership, and support functions as appropriate; Develop, draft, and review various compliance documents and communications for broader dissemination within the Company, including charts, graphs and other visual data for reports to executive leadership and the Board of Directors; Support third-party due diligence and vetting processes; Support and assist in developing compliance training materials and implementation of the trainings; Compile, organize, and maintain compliance documents, resources, trackers, and other records, and assist with maintaining the investigations case database; Develop and/or support initiatives to streamline processes and tools within the legal and compliance departments; Work collaboratively across functions with different stakeholders within the Company; Perform other duties and responsibilities as assigned by the Director of Compliance; and Traveling as business needs require to domestic and international locations.
Bachelor’s degree or paralegal certificate from an accredited institution; and Additional compliance related certifications, such as CCEP, a plus.
Professional Qualifications & Experience:
The successful candidate will have the following qualifications and experience:
1+ years of legal and/or compliance-related work experience;
Demonstrated ability to manage large, complex, programs and to effectively communicate within a team about complex issues; and Oil and gas industry experience is not required, but is a plus.
Primary Performance & Leadership Competencies The successful candidate will have the following performance and leadership competencies:
The candidate must be able to handle highly sensitive and confidential issues. He/she/they must demonstrate diplomacy and professionalism in a high-pressure environment and the ability to engage colleagues to obtain timely and optimal outcomes. Proactive thinking, excellent planning and organizational skills are mandatory; The candidate must have the ability to work seamlessly with cross functional teams in order to share information and achieve common goals; The candidate must possess high integrity and exceptional quality of work and work standards. Excellent communication skills and the ability to foster strong, collaborative relationships are critical; High volume and fast paced workload, with multiple issues and tasks occurring simultaneously. The candidate must be capable of working to meet deadlines with exceptional prioritization and problem-solving skills. The candidate must be able to handle multiple tasks, be cognizant of internal and external priorities, and be receptive to frequent prioritization changes; A high level of technical proficiency and strong attention to detail in preparing and proofreading and editing and formatting documents in Word, Excel, and PowerPoint are musts for this position; and Technical proficiency using databases and software solutions, including third party management software, ethics hotline software, and training software.
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