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Deloitte Open Source Intelligence Analyst II in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

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Sensing is designed to inform stakeholders of the outside-in view of risk to identify "unknown unknowns" using traditional and social media analysis, allowing for better-aligned mitigation efforts based on the shifting trends in risk. This position represents a great opportunity, requiring a strategic thinker and self-starter that can develop big picture insights while maintaining a thorough understanding of details and employing these skills to protect the firm. Specifically, the role will focus on regulatory and legislative issues at the federal and state levels that inform Deloitte's compliance strategy and serve to provide internal stakeholders with critical situational awareness.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Analyze and monitor regulatory and legislative issues using leading policy and legislative monitoring tools, including traditional mainstream political news sites

  • Summarize federal and state legislation on a variety of issues relevant to Deloitte's business lines

  • Use domain knowledge of regulatory and legislative affairs to identify risks and opportunities for the firm

  • Maintain and develop the Open Source Intelligence team's relationship with the Policy and Government Relations (PGR) team

  • In addition to specific regulatory and legislative work, analysts will monitor both mainstream and social media outlets to notify Risk Leadership and PGR of emerging and ongoing risks that impact Deloitte and/or its clients

  • Create historical and real-time sensing alerts utilizing trends and volume in both traditional and social media chatter to develop insights for management with an overall summary of the situation and risks posed to the firm

  • Create weekly and monthly dashboard reports for the major issues that the OSI team monitors for circulation to Risk Leadership and the C-Suite

    Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required:

  • Prior regulatory or legislative experience. Includes experience on Capitol Hill or work in legislative affairs at the state and local level

  • Clear passion and desire to learn regulatory and legislative issues

  • Well-informed of both traditional and social media, with a strong proficiency in Microsoft Office

  • Excellent verbal and written business communication skills, with an ability to delve into the details to observe trends

  • Able to apply critical thinking in evaluating different business scenarios/outcomes

  • Self-directed team player who is adaptable to changes in a developing role while working with a location-free team

  • Must be legally authorized to work in the United States without the need for employer sponsorship, now or at any time in the future

    Preferable skills:

  • Knowledgeable of major regulatory bodies (SEC, AICPA, PCAOB, etc.) and their role in the accounting profession

  • Experience with regulatory/legislative platform FiscalNote or Quorum (or related tool)

  • Experience with using social media intelligence platforms (Dataminr, Sysomos, etc.)

  • Experience with data visualization software (Tableau, IBM Cognos, etc.)

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability or protected veteran status, or any other legally protected basis, in accordance with applicable law.