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Compliance Officer

Full time
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501-1,000 employees
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Clough has an exciting opportunity for a Compliance Officer to join the Group Compliance Team in Perth. The Compliance Officer will support, contribute to and directly undertake a range of compliance-related activities, including inspections and investigations, across assigned areas of responsibility in order to support the achievement of regulatory objectives (i.e. anti-corruption, business ethics, privacy). The Compliance officer will be responsible for delivering the corporate guidelines and procedures in Australia and Papua New Guinea. This role is based Perth but travelling is required to visit projects’ sites in Australia.

This role can be either full-time, or as part-time with a job-share arrangement for the right candidates.

Who we are

We are a pioneering project delivery company. We harness our people’s innovative thinking through engineering and construction solutions that deliver a sustainable future today.

We deliver high performing assets for the energy, resources and infrastructure industries underpinned by a dedication to innovation, sustainability and getting the job done safely and efficiently.

Our diverse workforce of over 1,000 people across Australia and Asia Pacific is committed to providing exceptional solutions that benefit our business, clients, and communities. Together with our parent company, Webuild, we are delivering some of Australia’s largest projects.

Who you are

Courageous. Innovative. Passionate. Creative. These are just a few words that describe you.

Your focus will include:

  • Maintain and develop compliance related policies and procedures to comply with corporate and regulatory requirements.

  • Undertake compliance risk assessments and evaluate the effectiveness of controls of business ongoing compliance with key laws, regulations and policies affecting the businesses.

  • Perform compliance audits at the projects’ site and investigate whistleblowing reports.

  • Provide oversight and compliance guidance to business including requirements on anti-corruption, privacy, local outsourcing, etc.

  • Supervise or perform due diligence on third parties.

  • Attend relevant company committee / advisory groups and present compliance topics.

  • Develop and deliver in conjunction with the Legal Department compliance related training.

What you will bring to the team:

  • Bachelor's degree in business, finance, law or related field. Advanced degree or certification in compliance or a related field is preferred.

  • 4 or 5 years in a similar role, preferably with a multinational company, or in a leading consulting firm.

  • Knowledge of anti-corruption, privacy regulations, AML and ISO 37001: 2016. Exposure to the construction industry will be highly regarded.

  • Strong analytical thinking and problem-solving skills.

  • Good time management and prioritization skills.

  • Team player and flexible in a fast-paced environment.

  • Good report writing and presentation skills.

  • Availability to travel about 15% of the time across Australia, with some overseas travel.

Clough’s people enjoy:

  • Flexible and remote work options to manage work and lifestyle commitments.

  • Exposure to a range of iconic projects and industries.

  • Ongoing training for career progression.

  • Industry leading paid parental leave program from the day you join.

  • Excellent end of trip facilities and free gym onsite.

  • Mental health and wellbeing programs.

  • Employee assistance program for employees and their families.

  • Special offers on private health insurance, salary packaging, banking, travel, groceries and more.

  • Salary continuance insurance (criteria applies).

  • A supportive team culture and environment.

We’re building a diverse workforce

At Clough, we are committed to building a workforce that reflects the communities in which we work and live, fostering an inclusive environment that accepts every person, embraces their strengths and differences, and provides opportunities for all to achieve their full potential.

We are a certified Employer of Choice for Gender Equality by WGEA, a WORK180 Endorsed Employer for All Women, a signatory of the Veterans’ Employment Commitment, a partner of Pride in Diversity as LGBTQIA+ allies, and an active member of CEOs for Gender Equity and Champions for Change Coalition.

Apply now to join us!

Once we receive your application, it will be reviewed for shortlisting. Should your application be shortlisted we will contact you.

Please note: Clough reserves the right to commence the shortlisting process for this role immediately and the right to remove the advertisement before the closing date. Agency submissions will not be considered for this position. #LI-BH1