Work in partnership with Business and Functional leaders managing compliance, risk and investigations matters affecting AUS/NZ
Key role to support and drive programs working closely with the Country Compliance Officer (CCO), Pacific
Join the global No 1 real estate services company
Sydney CBD location
Here’s a snapshot of your day;
- Support the CCO to administer and maintain the annual compliance plans and programs including Anti-Corruption, Anti-money Laundering, Real Estate Regulatory Compliance, Data Privacy, and Conflicts of Interest.
- Conduct periodic compliance monitoring activities and prepare compliance reporting to the Pacific Governance and Risk Committee.
- Keep key stakeholders updated on regulatory requirements/changes and ensure compliance.
- Promote an ethical and compliance culture and risk awareness across different levels of staff and promote an open environment for raising concerns.
- Drive best practices, operational excellence and continuous improvements.
- Risk Management - assist in driving the Annual Compliance Risk Assessment process, monitor action plans to closure and provide advice to Business Units across compliance risks.
- Investigation - lead and manage investigations, write investigation reports, provide guidance to stakeholders on follow-up actions and monitor the closure of follow-up actions.
- Training and Communication - prepare relevant trainings materials and communication, assist in developing the annual compliance training calendar.
Here are some of the strengths you’ll possess and the background you’ll need to be successful;
- Minimum 5 years’ experience in Compliance, Risk or Internal Audit within multinational companies.
- Good understanding of compliance risks and mitigation strategies.
- Experience in administering FCPA/Anti-corruption and AML/CTF Compliance Programs, including risk assessments, KYC monitoring and reporting, training and awareness
- Hands on experience in audit, investigation, training, policy development and process improvement.
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
- Strong interpersonal, negotiation, organizational and report writing skills.
- Highly independent and good attention to detail.
Can we inspire you to join us?
CBRE is committed to building a diverse and inclusive culture across the business. We welcome and encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (LGBTI) people, women, mature age workers, people with disabilities and people from different cultural backgrounds.
Our employee advantage program reflects our commitment to progressing your learning and development, career, recognition, well-being, benefits, pay and community contribution.
We look forward to hearing from you.