The incumbent is responsible for playing a critical role in the issues remediation strategy for lending compliance identified issues and ensuring issues are closed in a manner which both adheres to the regulatory requirements and ensures business continuity.
Responsible for leading the day-to-day management of the physical and cyber security of clients operations network, computing assets, applications, and information, drawing upon a high degree of technical competence in the areas of system administration, network engineering, and security operations, policy, and compliance.
The LCO consults and coordinates with Business Unit Compliance Officers, senior management, and internal audit department personnel regarding new and revised legislations and regulations, and revisions and new additions to policies, procedures and products.
The Associate Analyst, Global Trade Compliance will will assess and ensure the compliance of our Client, its Vendors and entitles of our Client with all government import and export laws within assigned countries and regions.
In this role, you will formulate and coordinate the preparation of all government, regulatory, and compliance documents for the Bank. Coordinate with Compliance Manager to execute the programs and training designed to increase employee awareness and knowledge of compliance policies and procedures.
The successful candidate will also be responsible for deemed export compliance, reviewing foreign national candidates and submitting IVL export license applications to the BIS, and maintaining records for record retention.
This position requires access to technology, materials, software or hardware that is controlled by export laws of the US. Hired employees are required to provide proof of either US Citizenship or Permanent US Residency.
In this role, you will serve as a resource to office operations with a focus on timely and accurate delivery of benefits and notices to injured workers which will reduce or mitigate penalty and legal claim exposures and other adverse actions.
Provide day-to-day transactional support related to management of export authorizations, to include license activation and termination, proviso reconsideration, tracking of authorization approvals, and authorization scope change.
The Facility Compliance Professional supports the Hospital President and Leadership team in their efforts to operationalize and administer the Dignity Health Compliance Program. He/She performs policy management/enforcement, investigation/reviews, auditing/ monitoring, and reporting outcomes to senior hospital leadership and the Service Area Director.
In this role, the selected candidate will proactively manage a joint quality and compliance program that ensures and demonstrates clear and consistent adherence to Clients regulatory and audit obligations.