US Multinational company in the environmental service industry
Our client is looking for a Compliance Manager to support the EMEA Ethics and Compliance Director by managing and conducting all aspects of the regional compliance program, including the anti-corruption compliance program, risk assessments, local training efforts, policy development, monitoring, compliance counseling, investigations, discipline, and management reporting. More specifically, you will:
Effectively communicate standards of conduct, legal principles, and behavioral expectations; and advise senior management on complex compliance-related issues. Provide support to local business leaders and team members on ethics and compliance issues.
Manage day-to-day operations of corporate compliance initiatives and programs at the business unit/regional and (where relevant) country level.
Identify potential areas of compliance vulnerability and risk; work with EMEA Ethics and Compliance Director to develop/implement corrective action plans for resolution of problematic issues and provide general guidance on how to avoid or deal with similar situations in the future.
Establish and promote and manage the Office of Ethics and Compliance Hotline for the EMEA region. Respond to alleged violations of rules, regulations, policies, procedures, and Standards of Conduct by evaluating, initiating, or recommending the initiation of investigative procedures.
Collaborate with other departments (e.g., Legal, Finance, Internal Audit, Human Resources, etc.) to direct compliance issues to appropriate existing channels for investigation and resolution. Participate and consult with those departments to resolve compliance issues accordingly.
Report actual and potential compliance issues to the EMEA Director of Ethics and Compliance and facilitate information sharing between Central Compliance and Regions, including the preparation of standard and ad hoc compliance reports, including legal and regulatory metrics.
Monitor regional, national, and local regulations to determine how changes impact the company, and provide recommendations on strategies for compliance.
Conduct in-person training where appropriate, and contribute to EMEA-specific training materials.
Support anti-corruption initiatives such as the Third Party Representative Due Diligence process, expense reporting under the Travel, Gifts, and Expense Policy, etc.
Education and experience required
Bachelor’s degree or equivalent education or experience required; graduate or legal degree desirable
Minimum of 2 years related job experience in a compliance or related field, such as legal, risk management, or audit. Expertise in compliance-related work, including experience with FCPA or other anti-bribery/anti-corruption regulations, anti-competitive behavior, data privacy/protection, fraud-related issues, cross-border investigations and
An understanding of international anti-corruption laws, including the FCPA, Clean Company Act, and UK Bribery Act, is mandatory.
Korean and English language required
Up to 55,000 USD per year + benefits.