We're looking for a candidate to fill this position in an exciting company.
Advising on a broad range of personal independence, investment product and pension consultations
Overseeing and monitoring their systems, processes and procedures ensuring that they are meeting their requirements and delivering quality at the highest levels.
Leading the partner and employee personal independence audit testing process, liaising with the individuals and reviewers involved, analysing results and any resulting matters to address
Managing the resolution, documentation and communication of potential personal independence breaches
Key relationship contact for Partner Matters and Talent with regard to onboarding for new partners and employees
Identifying trends and hot topics requiring further guidance and training
Supporting the UK Independence Leader and Directors on independence related initiatives/campaigns
Liaison with UK Firm Communications Team to ensure appropriate messaging to ensure compliance with Independence obligations
Supporting UK Independence Leader and Directors with the preparation of matters to be reported to the UK LLP Board and other governance bodies
Liaison with the company Global Independence Team
Responding to regulatory requests and findings from practice reviews by preparing appropriate reports and action plans, followed by implementation of the proposed actions.
Setting clear targets and monitoring performance and progress against timetable.
Coaching / mentoring / managing members of the Independence Team
Provide training/support to offshore colleagues in the company overseas ‘shared services centres’ in respect of outsourced independence activities, including development of new service offerings, reviewing the output/quality of work they produce and providing feedback as required
Experience and Skills Required:
Independence professionals with previous experience at Manager / Senior Manager level. If currently at Manager level, significant evidence that the individual is ready to act as a Senior Manager.
Experience of managing a team
Individuals with professional qualifications and a strong working knowledge of the concept of Independence and the UK FRC Ethical Standard
Individuals with other significant risk management/regulatory/compliance experience
The role holder will be expected to have the following attributes:
Strong communicator with colleagues at all levels including delivering tough messages to senior leaders within the firm
Ability to build strong working relationships
Strong analytical and interpretation skills with excellent attention to detail
Ability to think strategically and handle complex concepts
Proactive and capable of working using own initiative
Proven leadership and team management skills
Adaptable and flexible with good team working skills and the ability to multi-task
Strong project management skills and proficiency at driving projects to a close
Ability to work to pre-determined deadlines and meet objectives under pressure