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Employee Compliance Officer – VP

  • Jersey City
  • Full Time

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Global bank located in Jersey City looking to bring on board a “Employee Compliance Officer – VP” to join their team. This role is currently in a hybrid schedule (2 days in office).


•Play a lead role with implementing employee compliance policies, in conformance with written procedures.
•Perform daily activities related to the management of these policies.
•Provide thought leadership for program improvements, including ideas for automation.
•Review and update written policies and procedures to comply with internal requirements.
•Prepare program updates for meetings with senior management, governance committees, Regulators, and other key stakeholders.
•Respond to requests from Internal Audit, regulatory requests and other inquiries related to the program.
•Generate metrics/KRI’s and other reporting that will be provided to governance forums on behalf of the program.
•Investigate potential employee breaches.
•Timely escalate high-risk requests for a second review, including any evidence of non-compliance with company policies warranting an internal investigation.
•Review Employee Compliance inquiries for potentially reportable events.
•Manage and mentor one or more junior staff.
•Monitor systems for indications of data-feed failures or other system issues.
•Support first line Business Units with respect to the program.
•Embody a culture of compliance in all activities and interactions