Senior Administrator/Assistant Manager - Compliance - Part Time/Term Time (15 hours per week)
Intertrust's Compliance team oversees Intertrust Jersey's obligations to comply with regulatory and Group requirements. The Assistant Manager role will provide support to the team, both for business as usual activities and specific projects and covering all aspects of compliance from support for compliance monitoring, regulatory advice, reporting obligations and anti-money laundering.
The role will primarily support: management of the Compliance Monitoring Programme (CMP); Incident Management reporting, the maintenance of registers; collation and analysis of information for compliance reports; and any other duties that will assist the running and objectives of the Compliance Monitoring & Reporting Team as required.
Previous relevant experience is required, ideally working in a compliance or oversight function for a Jersey regulated financial services business. Experience of Compliance Monitoring or a similar discipline is desirable but not essential.
• To support the Compliance Managers and the Director, Risk & Compliance, Jersey in the provision of risk, compliance and regulatory advice and guidance to the Intertrust Jersey business in line with group policies and procedures and regulatory requirements, such support to include the following, each as required from time to time:
– assistance in the production of compliance reporting to relevant stakeholders, management of internal compliance metrics and registers, oversight of visits by stakeholders including obliged persons, internal and external audit and the JFSC, and input into internal projects;
– scoping, testing and reporting of the Compliance Monitoring Programme and advising the business on the management of risks;
– the delivery of advice and guidance to the Intertrust Jersey business and service lines and, in particular, the compliance review and reporting as necessary of incidents recorded on the central Incident Management Register;
– supporting the collation, analysis and reporting of data required for various regulatory reports, including for supervisory risk-based data collection; and
– assistance in overseeing the effectiveness of all AML/CFT systems, compliance with applicable AML/CFT legislation and the day-to-day operation of the AML/CFT policies and procedures. In addition, the role will be required to develop and maintain systems and controls (including documented policies and procedures) in line with evolving requirements
• An understanding of the scope and importance of compliance, financial crimes and sanctions in a fiduciary business
• Ensure all allocated tasks are proactively managed to resolution
• Be an expert in the allocated field of responsibility, being able to provide advice and technical input as required to both fee earners and operations staff
• Contribute to the CDD/onboarding processes as required, including the participation in controls in the processing of CDD and onboarding material
• Deliver departmental projects to quality standards, deadlines and costs
• Attention to detail and ability to effectively prioritise work. Good organisational skills.
• Communicate openly and honestly with the business on a regular basis.
• Know your own limitations and ask for advice and assistance as appropriate.
• Act with integrity at all times.
People & Team
• Provide assistance and support to the Compliance Team as and when required.
• Take care of and establish good relationships with all internal stakeholders
Skills & Expertise
• Good time management and ability to work under pressure.
• Effective communicator.
• Must be able to use own initiative and be open minded.
• Experience working within a compliance function is essential