SOX & GDPR Compliance Manager

Location
Kettering, Northamptonshire, England
Salary
£45000 - £55000 per annum + 25+STAT, Excellent Benefits Package
Posted
17 Jan 2019
Closes
14 Feb 2019
Ref
10964
Contact
Northamptonshire Jobs
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
10964 - Compliance Manager Job Spec
Location: Northamptonshire

Summary
Our Client, an established manufacturing company based in Northamptonshire, are seeking to recruit an experienced Compliance Manager on a full-time permanent basis.

Your role as CM will be fundamental to supporting the development & implementation of business strategy, underpinned by the establishing & maintaining systems, processes & policies that ensure compliance.

You will work extensively within the business (incl. cross-functionally) to develop knowledge & passionately drive compliance, ensuring all functions are aware of their accountabilities and understand how working processes & decision making should be undertaken.


Duties / Responsibilities

Sarbanes-Oxley Compliance
*Lead the embedding of SOX compliance requirements & practices consistently within the business,
*Monitor & report progress of embedding SOX into the business during transition - ensuring that senior leaders are owning & driving change,
*Work with the wider business to ensure all in scope controls are operating consistently, advise on any process or practice adjustments,
*Perform regular planned & unplanned walk throughs of relevant controls,
*Liaise closely with IT / Head of Finance & Finance Team to ensure compliance and that all business changes consider SOX requirements,
*Liaise with internal / external auditors throughout the year,
*Challenge current operating methods & bring best practice to the forefront,
*Ensure that business processes in all departments are adequately documented & available to review for audits,
*Devise & revise methodology to measure overall business & departmental adherence to process (carried out at regular intervals)
*Conduct & maintain a full business review of measures in place and make recommendations to ensure compliance,
*Full ownership of the continuous improvement process for all of the above, ensure Executive & Senior stakeholders are updated on a regular basis alongside any recommendations.

GDPR / Data Protection compliance
*Work with Data Protection Officer to mitigate data protection risks faced by the company and foster a culture of data privacy within the organisation,
*Carry out Data Protection Privacy Impact Assessments (where appropriate) on business functions and projects,
*React to & manage data breach response / notification procedures,
*Devise & implement an internal system for reporting actual or suspected data security breaches (data security reports),
*Co-operate with data protection regulators,
*Respond to Subject Access Requests, consumer privacy queries & complaints,
*Undertake periodic data protection audits, ensuring any deficiencies identified as a result of an audit are addressed,
*Incident and risk management,
*Respond to & manage (including liaising with regulators) any:
-data security breaches
-communications received from or enforcement action initiated by the ICO or any other relevant regulator
-complaints or communications relating to data protection
*Maintain central register of data security reports in a form that allows the business to:
-monitor and assess the effectiveness of the business' data protection systems
-adequately respond to requests for information.

Departmental & Project Compliance
*Prepare a business-wide approach to ensure future projects are designed & executed with compliance metrics / processes front of mind,
*Support the ongoing project work & any related activities by advising key stakeholders - examples for 2019 may include Supplier Portal Implementation & review of business Master Data processes,
*Maintain alignment with the Q&C internal team and work seamlessly to improve business processes interdepartmentally where required,
*Provide support for any external or regulatory audit requirements,
*Support key departments as agreed by the Executive Leadership Team by designing & conducting internal audits to identify and measure compliance and opportunities for improvement - example being to support HR in reviewing documentation and people processes. Including but not limited to: P11D/P60, Pension Annual Renewals, HR tax returns.

Reporting to: Executive Leadership Team


Experience Requirements
You'll be passionate, tenacious & credible with the ability to flex your style to work in collaboration with cross-functional teams:

*ESSENTIAL: FMCG experience within a blue-chip organisation,
*Strong management, presentation & key stakeholder influencing skills,
*Be confident, outgoing & possess excellent communication skills across the business,
*Experience working within a Sarbanes-Oxley governance framework is essential,
*Experience with the practical application of European data protection legislation and possesses together with an understanding of GDPR,
*Experience with implementing data protection policies, procedures and training materials, and promoting a culture of data protection compliance across all business functions,
*Qualifications: AAT, ACCA, CIMA or ACA qualified,
*Systems: MS AX Dynamics, MS Excel… a high level of IT literacy is essential.


Salary Package
In return, our Client is offering a superb opportunity within an established organisation together an excellent salary, benefits package and work-life balance:

*Appointment Type: Permanent
*Salary: £45,000 - £55,000 per annum (subject to experience)
*Hours: 35 hours per week (Mon-Fri 9:00am to 5:00pm with 1hr lunch)
*Holiday: 33 days per annum (25 + STAT)
*Fantastic Flexible Benefits Package: Bonus, Car, Pension, Discounts Flexible Summer Working Hours / Start-Finish Times, Cycle to Work Scheme, Excellent Career Path

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