Location: Dundee, Scotland (Possible Remote working opportunity available from the UK)
Dover Fueling Solutions
Dover Fueling Solutions is part of the Fluids segment of Dover Corporation (NYSE: DOV). Dover is a diversified global manufacturer with annual revenues of $8 billion. Dover delivers innovative equipment and components, specialty systems and support services through four major operating segments: Energy, Engineered Systems, Fluids, and Refrigeration & Food Equipment. Dover combines global scale with operational agility to lead the markets we serve. Recognized for our entrepreneurial approach for nearly 60 years, our team of over 28,000 employees takes an ownership mind-set, collaborating with customers to redefine what’s possible. Dover is headquartered in Downers Grove, Illinois.
This position is responsible for leading the Compliance program for Dover Fueling Solutions (DFS). We are seeking an Ethics and Integrity initiative leader with an affirmative yet diligent approach to corporate compliance. The successful candidate will collaborate with finance, legal, business colleagues, and the Dover compliance team to develop, implement, and maintain the compliance program for the business, to include implementing written policies, procedures, and standards of conduct, leading effective training programs, conducting internal monitoring and auditing, and assisting or leading investigations, as appropriate, to respond promptly to detected offenses and undertake corrective actions.
We are seeking a Compliance Director with experience and/or strong knowledge of some of the key compliance areas such as: anti-corruption, anti-money laundering, trade compliance, data security, conflicts of interest, and fraud and abuse laws; and preferably have experience in an industrial manufacturing environment. Because there is complexity in the Dover business, driven by diversity of technologies and global locations, customers, and channels, it will be imperative that the successful candidate possess a strong intellect, agility and sound judgement.
- Works with management to ensure that the requirements of Dover’s corporate compliance program are tailored to the Operating Company (DFS) and implemented in the way-of-working in a sustainable and value-add manner.
- Assists with ensuring that DFS specific compliance policies, procedures and standards are developed, implemented, maintained and updated;
- Manages the Trade Compliance team;
- Manages the day-to-day operations of the compliance program;
- Assists with developing, coordinating, and executing training programs that focus on the elements of the compliance program, and other policies, procedures, rules, regulations and laws governing the Company;
- Identify and investigate corrupt activities;
- Coordinates compliance training for third parties;
- Assists in the preparation of management reports regarding compliance operations and progress;
- Keeps abreast of pending industry changes, trends and best practices, assesses the potential impact of these changes on DFS processes, and works with stakeholders to prepare action plans to mitigate risk;
- Collaborates with management to direct compliance issues to appropriate existing channels for investigation, counselling, support and resolution;
- Assists with conducting regular risk assessments of the activities and operations presenting compliance related risks, the results of which will be used to, among other things, establish or appropriately modify the components of the compliance program;
- Supports monitoring activities to remain abreast of the status of compliance activities and to identify trends;
- Assists in the integration of newly acquired companies;
- Manages or assists with maintaining the IntegrityCounts training roster;
- Manages or assists with maintaining the gift registry;
- If requested, assists in investigations of potential noncompliance; and
- Provides assistance to internal or external auditors in compliance reviews.
Candidate Experience and Qualification:
- Prior experience in compliance or internal audit, or closely related experience in a public or private company, is required
- Experience and preferred expert level knowledge of UK Bribery Act, anti-corruption, anti-money laundering, trade compliance, data security, conflicts of interest, and fraud and abuse laws.
- Extensive experience understanding, leading investigations
- Degree with minimum of 10 years professional experience, ideally some within accounting/finance
- Certification such as CPA, CIA, CMA or CCEP would be useful but at a minimum, must have a working understanding of a controls environment
- Ability to plan, organize and multitask while working in a cross functional environment
- Highest Integrity
- Exceptional communication and interpersonal skills enabling interactions with people of all levels and to operate effectively within a team
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills
- Ability to work in a fast paced environment with changing priorities
- Executive presence with senior management
- Ability to influence others without having direct authority over them