Compliance Manager

Venesky Brown Recruitment Ltd
Glasgow City Centre
£50,000 - £59,999
23 Oct 2020
25 Oct 2020
Contract Type
Part Time
Venesky-Brown's client, a public sector organisation with offices across Scotland, are currently looking to recruit a Compliance Manager for an initial 5 month fixed term contract, salary circa £50,114 - £56,883. This role will be remote based but as lockdown restrictions ease, there may be travel across Scotland required. Therefore, a driving license and access to own transport is preferred.


The purpose of the role is to manage a Compliance team to effectively deliver an agreed Compliance Strategy and Workplan, involving:
• Co-creating optimum control frameworks to protect funds, reputation and the Accountable Officer (CEO).
• Co-creating the design and implementation of criteria and arrangements to assess the risk presented by individual Training Providers.
• Effectively monitoring Training Providers delivering a range of skills and training programmes, including new interventions
• Overseeing the delivery of high-quality reports to Training Providers within service level agreements
• Managing the coordination of suitable performance metrics to support TP reviews and to monitor achievement of workplan targets.
• Investigating and improving provider performance. This includes ensuring robust remedial action where required.
• Reporting results, themes and recommending actions for improvement.
• The role also involves liaising with external partners.


• Educated to degree level in relevant discipline or equivalent experience of range of cross business functions, operational management and performance assessment (SCQF9/10).
• Experience of managing compliance / audit and counter fraud/ investigations.
• Experience of sample testing of audit data and online data verification
• Strong track record of contributing to written reports/papers/briefings for senior management.
• Experienced in preparing high quality reports/presentations
• Experience of identifying and building effective relationships with operational partners and stakeholders to influence operational delivery and/or improved performance. .
• Track record of planning and responding to change and encouraging a positive team culture within a changing, innovative and high paced work environment
• Expert knowledge of compliance and audit approaches and methods and financial control frameworks, including new and emerging developments.
• Skilled in monitoring against contractual requirements
• Excellent problem solving, analytical and constructive challenge and managing resolution skills.
• Strong organisational skills with an ability to prioritise a conflicting workload to strict deadlines.
• Good computing skills, particularly in Excel and Word.
• Expert knowledge of the key determinants of public sector fraud and financial irregularity.
• Sound understanding of legislation and standards for compliance/investigations.
• Excellent analytical skills with a high degree of accuracy and attention to detail.
• Excellent judgement, tactical awareness and decision-making skills to deliver win: win solutions.
• Excellent organisational, planning and prioritisation skills with strong track record of delivering a high volume of quality outputs with creative use of exhibits to clearly present complex analysis.

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