Compliance Co Ordinator

Career opportunity

Department: Compliance
Location: Bedford (Franklin Court)
Reporting to: Chief Compliance Officer

Job summary:

A key role within the Compliance team that will enable the individual to develop a thorough knowledge and understanding of processes throughout the business whilst being a trigger for, and champion of, driving improvement.

Key result areas:

  • Responsible for responding to all incoming queries and requests for information from internal and external customers.
  • Responsible for conducting internal audits in line with the business audit schedule
  • To respond to all customer and prospect queries in a timely, professional, and consistent manner, ensuring the most appropriate response is delivered at all times.
  • To assist the Compliance & Risk Analyst with Customer, Prospect & external certification body audits as required.
  • To maintain a repository of approved answers to frequently asked questions, ensuring all responses reviewed at an agreed frequency.
  • To continually seek ways of delivering a better service to internal and external customers, working with the rest of the Compliance Team to implement where necessary.
  • To perform audits internally working closely with the Compliance & Risk Analyst in accordance with the audit schedule.
  • To provide support and input where necessary to drive implementation of solutions and remediation plans to address deficiencies relating to audit or test findings in a timely manner.
  • To develop and maintain strong relationships with a network of stakeholders always demonstrating effective communication and Blue Chip values.
  • To participate in team meetings, being prepared to share views on the topic being discussed.
  • To work on any additional project set by the Chief Compliance Officer as required
  • To understand and fulfil the responsibilities for secure management of personal data of both internal and external customers in line with the EU General Data Protection Regulation 2018.

Key personal requirements:

  • Knowledge and previous experience in the following advantageous but not essential:
    • ISO 27001, ISO 9001, ISO 14001, ISO22301, PCI-DSS, SOC2.
  • Previous Internal Audit experience an advantage.
  • Good knowledge & use of Microsoft applications
  • An effective communicator with good listening & observation skills.
  • Analytical and problem-solving skills including ability to develop practical solutions to risk areas identified.
  • Self-motivated, organized, and punctual.
  • Polite, diplomatic & friendly manner.
  • Displaying a confidence to work independently in a decisive and persistent manner.
  • Displaying an objective yet open minded approach.
  • Working In a fair and ethical way always showing integrity.
  • Able to build effective personnel relationships and networks across the business.
  • Ability to maintain current knowledge of developments related to internal audit, particularly legislation changes and developments as they affect the IT MSP sector, and new auditing techniques and practices.
  • Resourceful and tenacious in approaching problems.
  • Sound written expression and report writing skills.
  • Excellent attention to detail
  • Open to developmental feedback.

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