Website Chevron Corporation
The Due Diligence Compliance Analyst position focuses on ensuring adherence with company policy and procedures as they relate to third party due diligence and will play a key role within the Due Diligence team providing subject matter expertise and guidance to business units globally on performing initial and/or periodic due diligence reviews of the company’s suppliers, customers, and other third-party partners.
- Understand complex issues and customer risks associated with money laundering, terrorist financing, financial crimes or other legal and reputational risks.
- Serves as primary point of contact for supported business unit personnel needing guidance on due diligence requirements, and collaborate with the Regional Compliance Analysts to establish and help deploy appropriate compliance procedures
- Interact with various business units, customer service areas, and management in providing reviews of and SME guidance for mitigation
- Periodically review existing due diligence compliance processes to ensure alignment with corporate expectations, leveraging technology and other streamlining efforts without compromising corporate standards.
- Review due diligence information and perform analysis of such information to ensure all appropriate due diligence for the level of risk is obtained and documented.
- Recognize patterns, trends and inconsistencies within transactional and customer data to detect, prevent, mitigate and report potentially suspicious activity.
- From time to time, address or provide assistance with responding to Know Your Customer (KYC) requests received from external counterparties.
- Provide review of due diligence conducted by supported business, and as appropriate, guidance on risk mitigation measures
- For specific supported business units, timely analyze counterparty transaction activity to ascertain legitimacy of the business, search for negative news on the company and beneficial owners, determine whether actual activity is commensurate with expected activity, line of business, number of locations, and other similar activities to ensure thorough due diligence on the counterparty.
- Prepare observations from review and analysis through compiling of review notes, documentation and resolution
- Assist supported business units with risk assessment and guidance for the appropriate level of due diligence to be conducted
- Experience in the energy, oil services, global supplier, and / or banking industry
- Detail oriented
- Strong knowledge in sanctions, anti-corruption, anti-bribery, anti-money laundering
- Sound critical thinking, analytical, problem solving, and organizational skills
- Minimum 1-2 years of experience with Due Diligence, investigations, or role in a similar capacity
- Bachelor’s Degree in Business Management, Supply Chain, Finance, or Legal studies
- Ability to be a self-starter
- Effective Internet and research skills
- Computer literacy and proficiency in Microsoft Office suite
- Sound oral and written communication skills
Company: Chevron Corporation
Vacancy Type: Full Time
Job Location: Bryan, TX, US
Application Deadline: N/A