Deloitte Manager - Corporate Compliance & Operational Risk - Cross-Industry in Raleigh, North Carolina
Our professionals guide clients, traditional companies, and new market entrants in navigating and developing innovative and practical solutions to mitigate compliance risks. Specifically, our consulting projects include compliance risk assessments, the development and implementation of compliance reviews and monitoring programs, and the identification and implementation of digital solutions for more efficient operations and/or improved decision making through analytics.
Work you'll do:
The Manager is responsible for leading compliance-related client projects, in addition to the development and management of staff assigned to projects.
The Manager is responsible for managing projects including but not limited to:
Enhancing risk insights for clients through transformed and modernized risk assessment and compliance monitoring processes, including managing specific projects to plan, schedule, track and report on monitoring events aligned with client needs
Leading client engagements involving the development, assessment and/or monitoring of services provided by external professionals
Leading the development of proposals, marketing content, and thought leadership as a key contributor to developing new business
Training, educating and coaching staff with regards to standard engagement processes, compliance subject matter expertise and other relevant knowledge to help with professional development and client delivery
The Manager is a SME that other Deloitte team members may query and receive advice and guidance with questions in their area of expertise. Travel to client sites will also be required. We are seeking an individual either with consulting experience or with experience working in Compliance related functions who can make a successful transition to a consulting environment.
5+ years of experience working and managing a team in the Compliance function who is eager to help lead the industry to enhanced risk insights through transformed and modernized compliance program processes.
Bachelor's degree required in business, finance, accounting or another related subject.
Experience in compliance program strategy and transformational initiatives between business units and corporate risk and compliance functions is strongly preferred.
Solid understanding of industry standards for ethics and compliance risky.
Knowledge of processes, controls and regulatory requirements in core areas (e.g., FDA, False Claims Act, anti-bribery and corruption, transparency reporting).
Must have exceptional relationship building skills, must be a team player and have cross-constituency facilitation skills.
Must have strong verbal and written communication skills.
Experience in program and/or project management for technology implementations using top analyst rated third party software a strong plus.
Working knowledge of technology solutions such as Tableau, Qlikview and/or Splunk a strong plus.
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.