Deadline of this Job: 21 September 2022
Reporting to the Head of Compliance, the role holder will be responsible for reviewing and examining the Bank processes and procedures to ensure that the Bank adheres to all applicable regulations and laws.
• Responsible for researching, assessing, and monitoring new developments in relevant bank related legislation and regulatory sphere, and updating Bank personnel in a timely manner.
• Maintain an updated inventory of all laws, regulations & guidelines affecting the Bank.
• Gap analysis on new and existing Legislation.
• Maintain an up-to-date inventory of Bank Policies, Procedures, Processes & Circulars.
• Coordinate review of all the Bank Policies, Procedures, Processes & ensuring circulars are repealed.
• Liaise with business units to oversee compliance procedures and offer regulatory compliance risk management advice.
• To monitor and sensitize staff on possible regulatory breaches that may cause penalties ensuring zero regulatory penalties are levied on the Bank.
• Monitoring compliance to Corporate Governance standards and Reporting.
• Monitoring and reporting on compliance to funders requirements
• Monitor market abuse as a theme of compliance.
• Monitor compliance to Regulatory & statutory reporting timelines.
• Monitor relevant Local and Global legislation that affects how the Bank operates i.e., Fatca, GDPR & others.
QUALIFICATIONS, EXPERIENCE AND COMPETENCIES REQUIRED:
• LLB or a business degree. Certification in regulatory compliance or ACCA or CPA is an added advantage.
• Minimum of three years’ experience in financial services and or working in a fast-paced and dynamic regulated environment.
• Stakeholder management skills.
• Critical thinking and problem-solving skills.
• Detail-oriented with strong research skills.
• Proficient in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Project).
• Confidentiality and sound business judgment.
• Ability to exercise discretion when performing duties assigned.
• Objective thinking.
Deadline of this Job: 22 September 2022JOB DETAILS:
Co-ordinates and provides legal counselling or advisory services to survivors of sexual and gender-based violence in consultation with medical staff and social workers as well as carry out capacity building in SGBV Prevention and Mitigation.
• Plan and oversee the delivery of legal counselling services to families, in a nondiscriminatory manner.
• Establish follow up plans to ensure survivors are fully supported to get the justices they need while observing and being seen to observe confidentiality in all cases handled.
• Carry out the legal counselling service in line with expressed needs of persons of interest in consultation with the medical doctors and social workers.
• Monitor and evaluate legal services on a regular basis, providing update reports to the supervisor.
• Conduct home visits to families of interest where relevant and appropriate.
• Recruit, manage and appraise legal counselling volunteers, providing development and training opportunities in consultation with the Project Management Team.
• Liaise with other counsellors to share practice and contribute to the development of comprehensive counselling services to persons of interest in program areas.
• Attend relevant professional and programmatic meetings
• Support staff and users in developing a work place which provides a warm and friendly atmosphere that provides support to persons of interest.
• Liaise with a full range of relevant professionals in social work, health, education and voluntary agencies, in order to co-ordinate services for families and to raise awareness of legal advisory/counselling services
• Arrange regular monitoring sessions with volunteers
• Carry out sensitization on refugee/national/International related laws to the refugee community in consultation with other stakeholders.
• Carry out any other duties as required by the supervisor
• A Diploma in Law, a related qualification from a recognized institution
• At least two years’ experience in similar position.