The Compliance Officer position is a new role that has been established to reinforce the firm's growing emphasis on all aspects of quality and process, as it grows and becomes more globally connected.
Adherence to the relevant legislation and our own internal policies is of increasing importance to the firm's ability to deliver and should be a key differentiator. Recent changes in legislation (GDPR) and more to follow lead, us to believe the Search industry will become more regulated. Acting as a leader in this space is therefore important and this role will play a key part in that.
Reporting to the Head of Information and Knowledge Management, the job-holder will review, design, implement and execute the firm's processes for ensuring robust adherence to all the necessary legislation and the firm's own policies. The successful post-holder will be able not just to implement best practice but will also be able to work closely with key stake-holders in the business to ensure compliance.
Odgers Berndtson is one of the world’s largest Global Executive Search firms. Our reputation for excellence and integrity has been established over 50 years and we are a company driven by our clients, not outside shareholders.
The aim of our organisation is to act as trusted advisors to our clients and candidates and to engage the very best talent for the most influential roles across a wide variety of industries. The service we deliver is creative, insightful and most importantly, in partnership; whilst being a global organisation, we pride ourselves on maintaining personable relationships.
At Odgers Berndtson, you will find a meritocratic, collegiate environment where you can expect to find support, training and career development. In return, we expect your commitment, self-motivation and the ability to drive your own career.
We operate out of a prestigious City of London head office, with regional offices around the UK and 58 offices worldwide, across 29 countries. We have over 250 partners specialising in over 50 sectors and have over 50 years’ experience. For full details of our organisation please visit www.odgersberndtson.com
A highly competitive base salary is supplemented by a benefits package and discretionary bonus
¾25 days Annual leave + 3 gift days for the Christmas closure + bank holidays
¾Private Medical Insurance with Bupa and cash plan with Simply Health
¾Group Company Pension
¾Season Ticket Loan
¾Give As You Earn
¾Group Income Protection
¾Group Life Assurance
¾Employee Assistance Programme
Other informal benefits
¾On-boarding, induction training and ongoing professional development
¾Bicycle storage and showers on each floor
¾Various sporting and social events run by our CSR team
¾Peer to Peer learning sessions
Odgers Berndtson is committed to continually improving the diversity of our workforce through the attraction, retention and development of a diverse range of talented people. We want people to be comfortable bringing their whole self to work and recognise that inclusion brings further opportunities for innovation and creativity.