Compliance Officer required to join an international Life organisation to assist the Compliance Manager in the analysis of local and international regulatory developments ensuring that useful and informative analyses are delivered to business colleagues on a timely basis.
Input into the continued development and implementation of corporate strategies and policies, as they relate to the organisational agenda generally and specifically in relation to: -Risk management and internal control, Continuous compliance with obligations and quality assurance of performance, Corporate governance and probity , Policy framework and Assurance testing.
Actively contribute to the day-to-day activities of the Compliance Team, in line with the overarching objectives of the GRC Department.
Assist and maintain an effective and fit for purpose compliance framework, which guides and defines organisational behaviours, provides a clear context for business decision-making and positively influences the performance of functional and operational activities across the Group.
Provide active support to the Compliance Manager to ensure that the Life Companies of the Group and their service providers and employees remain cognisant of and compliant with their respective regulatory obligations and proactively maintain adequate, effective and auditable policies, procedures, reporting mechanisms and training materials.
Assist and deliver a customer centric compliance programme, with the support of the wider Compliance Team, which together with business colleagues, helps to ensure positive customer outcomes by analysing processes, behaviours and procedures and proposing and implementing effective change.
Observe and be a champion for the stated core values of the Group in respect of both performance and behaviours.
Participate in new business projects and strategy.
Skills & Experience:
A highly competent and appropriately qualified professional (or currently studying) with a minimum of 3 years' experience in a compliance role preferably within the Life Assurance sector.
Good knowledge and understanding of the legal and regulatory frameworks governing the Group and its subsidiary companies with the ability to understand, assess and effectively communicate the impact of changes and developments in the local and international environment.
Excellent working knowledge and understanding of the regulatory regimes applicable to the Group.
Good working knowledge and understanding of risk management, internal control and corporate governance principles and practices.
Keen to develop and exploit effective working relationships and advocates the work of the GRC Department to other business areas.
Communicates effectively - both orally and in writing to a wide range of audiences.
Ability to manage own workload and performance effectively in a busy and challenging environment.
Hours & Benefits:
Full Time permanent hours 37.5 hours/week.