Compliance Advisory Officer
My client are a global insurance broker with their London offices based in the heart of the City. Jefferson Tiley are assisting with recruitment of a Compliance Advisory Officer to join on a 12 month contract to cover a maternity leave.
Reporting into the Compliance Advisory manager, the main responsibility of the role is managing firm's framework and activities. You will manage the provision of appropriate assurance that business is being conducted within the compliance risk appetite. You will also ensure accordance with applicable regulatory and licensing requirements.
Joining an existing team of 4, this is a busy compliance role that covers all aspects of compliance with the exception of monitoring which sits elsewhere in the organisation.
Specific responsibilities will include:
Promote an appropriate compliance culture in the business by contributing to awareness of compliance related risks, assisting in their identification. Liaise with business managers to assist their understanding. Communicate information on compliance issues throughout the business.
Reviewing and maintaining policies and procedures, and recommending changes thereto.
Identifying, reporting, recording, analysing and escalating incidents and breaches
Remain conversant with the relevant compliance framework, manuals, policies and procedures, risk management framework, compliance risk
assessment, monitoring programme, group policies, compliance manual and relevant compliance policies and procedures.
Assist with the coordination, promotions and development of education and/or training programmes on relevant compliance related topics across the business and contribute to their delivery.
Attend relevant training/seminars to maintain knowledge and expertise on relevant issues.
The successful applicant will be an experienced compliance professional with previous experience of insurance. Lloyds experience will be considered advantageous but is not essential. Strong communication skills are essential in order to continue the development of the, already positive, relationship with the business.
This is an excellent opportunity to join a leading Lloyds insurer that has an established reputation of retaining their talent internally. Although this is a FTC, the successful applicant will be able to apply for internal opportunities towards the end of the contract and will also have access to permanent benefits.
The role (post covid) will continue with home working with office days expected at 2-3 a week. This is a delivery focussed culture and all team members work autonomously.
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