Website Chevron Corporation
The Compliance Analyst professional should have subject matter experience in compliance processes for Anti-Bribery and Corruption (US Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and various international equivalent laws), Conflicts of Interest, as well as U.S. Antiboycott, International Trade and Antitrust/Competition Law. The position is also expected to have strong communication and analytical skills.
- Compliance vetting activities require active coordination between business stakeholders, HQ contacts, and in-house legal counsel. Highly effective time management, communication and organizational skill are essential in ensuring matters are resolved in an effective and timely manner.
- The position will be expected to partner with the business to identify process efficiencies working with Corporate Compliance HQ, and to work with counsel to implement mitigation steps where and as appropriate.
- Coordinate and assist as necessary with all required reporting requirements for local BU, regional or corporate compliance. This includes appropriate planning, communication, follow-up, issue escalation, and providing quality reviews. In addition, position will be responsible for progress reporting, time management, organization of training/review sessions, and providing training to the key business stakeholders.
- The position is expected to have strong presentation skills to provide training to personnel as may be requested.
- The position is expected to have strong work experience providing guidance on compliance procedures for antibribery, conflict of interest, and be able to assist the business with identifying other compliance risks.
- Developing a strong understanding of underlying activities of the business and other relevant support functions to respond to stakeholders and ensure compliance with matters of compliance sensitivity.
- The position must keep abreast of changes in Compliance related activities.
- The position requires strong written and verbal communication skills, analytical capabilities, excellent judgment to identify issues and elevate as may be necessary.
- To undertake and review due diligence activity to assess and where necessary, mitigate compliance risks identified with third parties.
- Maintain collaborative relationships with Procurement to ensure appropriate due diligence and compliance requirements are incorporated into the procurement and supply chain processes and procedures.
- Undergraduate Degree in Finance, Business, Communications
- Post graduate professional designation (e.g., CPA, Chartered Accountant, CIA, MBA)
- 3-5 years’ experience in a similar capacity with a large international company; or similar experience in a professional services audit or consultancy environment (e.g., Big 4).
Company: Chevron Corporation
Vacancy Type: Full Time
Job Location: Midland, TX, US
Application Deadline: N/A