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ProfileAssistant General Counsel, Enterprise Compliance
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Requirements: JD Degree from accredited law school. Admitted to practice law and in good standing with 1+ state Bar. 10+ years' legal and compliance experience. Legal compliance experience with large global organizations managing or overseeing compliance-related issues internationally. Significant experience advising senior level management. Ability to conduct, guide, or lead internal investigations of suspected violations of law or policy. Demonstrated ability to analyze data and draw reasonable conclusions, and communicate clearly. Excellent writing skills. Ability to provide guidance and advice on key compliance risk areas, such as anti-corruption and anti-bribery, economic sanctions laws, export controls, and other relevant risk areas. Ability to identify and prioritize legal compliance and ethics issues, and work with management to identify appropriate direction and courses of action. Ability to work cross-functionally with stakeholders to integrate policy requirements into global operations. Ability to develop and implement risk mitigation plans. Ability to supervise and work closely with outside counsel to identify and minimize business risks and achieve strategic objectives in a timely, cost-effective manner. Ability to communicate with lawyers and businesses across diverse geographies and cultures; strong team player able to work effectively with others at various levels of the organization. Excellent analytical, problem-solving, negotiation, drafting, and communication skills. Ability to operate in a fast-paced, sophisticated and congenial work environment. Ability to work variable hours and travel, as needed, to both domestic and international locations. Preferred Background. Candidates with relevant professional experience beyond the minimum requirements will be strongly preferred. Experience conducting and leading internal investigations. Strong working knowledge of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), U.K. Bribery Act (UKBA), and other anti-corruption laws. 5+ years' relevant legal experience including: Experience as a prosecutor or in a regulatory agency/office with jurisdiction over corporate criminal/regulatory matters; or. Experience in an in-house legal department in a large global organization working on compliance-related issues in the U.S. and elsewhere; or. Experience at a major international or regional law firm, representing large, multinational corporate clients in investigative, criminal, or regulatory matters. Some relevant accounting and/or audit experience (in-house or external), including work designing, auditing, and implementing anti-fraud/corruption/sanctions controls would be a plus. Experience with compliance program management. Experience designing, deploying, analyzing, and/or using compliance risk assessments. Experience in developing, drafting, promulgating, andmaintaining policies, standards, and procedures in key risk areas. Experience in developing, implementing and/or enhancing in-house training programs. Proven project management skills. Experience with information and records governance. Strong commercial experience and skill set.
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