The role of the Assistant Manager, Compliance is multifaceted. It is envisaged that the Assistant Manager will be responsible for enhancing the compliance function thereby freeing more time for client facing staff to support their clients and the business. The Assistant Manager would also be responsible for completing special projects as needed and implementing the compliance standards expected by KPMG International.
The role includes the following compliance duties in support of some of the key processes in our firm:
Ethics and Independence processes and conflict checking;
Developing and maintaining IT security policies and related procedures in compliance with ISO27001 & ISO22301;
Managing the completion of the mandatory staff training for Information Security and Privacy;
Assist with validating compliance with information security configuration standards;
Assist with periodic review of compliance with management of highly confidential and sensitive information;
Learning and Development;
Firm wide quality controls and procedures;
Anti-money laundering and anti-bribery and corruption procedures; and
General compliance support.
The candidate will need to have strong project management and organisational skills, the confidence to work with the client facing teams at all levels, be a self-starter and have strong communication skills.
An Assistant Manager, Compliance must have the following qualifications, skills and attributes:
A minimum of two years of experience in a compliance or similar role;
A minimum of three years of experience in Information Security;
A sound understanding of network security, firewall, and physical security concepts;
A solid appreciation of third party and human resource security and risk management;
Experience in developing IT security policies and procedures, crisis management plans, business continuity plans and disaster recovery plans;
Experience in completing Risk Assessments;
Experience in a professional services / public accounting firm is preferred with the ability to carry out performance reviews on audit and advisory files;
A broad understanding of international business in Bermuda;
Strong presentation skills as the role will require regular internal presentations to be delivered;
Excellent interpersonal and relationship skills;
First class written and oral communication skills;
A self-motivated individual, with strong organisational skills, the ability to multi-task on a daily basis and high levels of drive and resilience;
Be a strong team player;
A high degree of competence in Microsoft Office; and
A willingness and capacity to work overtime as needed to ensure our compliance reviews are fully up to date and could be reviewed by an external regulator at any time.