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Senior Director, Corporate Compliance

Company: Careerbuilder-US
Location: Saint Paul
Posted on: November 26, 2022

Job Description:

CHS Inc. is a leading global agribusiness owned by farmers, ranchers and cooperatives across the United States that provides grain, food and energy resources to businesses and consumers around the world. - We serve agriculture customers and consumers across the United States and around the world. - Most of our 10,000 employees are in the United States, but today we have employees in 19 countries. At CHS, we are creating connections to empower agriculture.SummaryCHS is in search of a dynamic leader with Compliance experience leading/managing corporate investigations, who brings experience in working with government agencies on investigations or self-disclosures, and who has managed the fast-paced high-risk area of Third Party Management and Agent/Broker validation. The incumbent will interact regularly with top company management on business strategy, and regularly update senior management and the Board on how CHS is appropriately navigating the high risks posed by global sanctions and bribery and corruption. - The legal and practical complexity of the world marketplace requires a leader with the acuity to find a way to approve the transaction while meeting regulatory requirements, but also has the courage to say 'No." to the proposal if it cannot be concluded legally.The Senior Director of Corporate Compliance leads our practice group that manages the following: global sanctions, anti-bribery and anti-corruption compliance, import and export compliance, third party evaluating and on-boarding approval process, anti-money laundering compliance, the enterprise HelpLine, enterprise-wide investigations, matrixed accountability for training company investigators, and most corporate policies.This role requires a mature, seasoned, senior-level leader who can work independently, who identifies and escalates concerns appropriately and who identifies and creates solutions. - This leader will be filling an essential Compliance and Integrity role and is considered a key accountability for those considered for further upward advancement within the Legal and Compliance function.ResponsibilitiesResponsibilities include:1. - - -Engaging CHS functional leadership at all levels to drive active and substantive participation by the first line of defense.2. - - -Ensuring that CHS compliance and investigations planning and strategies are linked to CHS's organizational priorities and strategies, as well as program effectiveness.3. - - -Consistently assessing risk in order to identify CHS's critical risk areas and prioritize resources and time.4. - - -Establishing, implementing, monitoring and improving standards and controls via an approach that elevates mitigation strategies that are based on the risk profiles of jurisdictions in which CHS conducts business.5. - - -Partnering with the Corporate Integrity leader to design relevant, risk-based training and communication content to drive engagement and knowledge.6. - - -Consistently identifying and addressing gaps in compliance programs through regular monitoring, auditing and responding.7. - - -Developing skillset and capabilities of Corporate Compliance staff.8. - - -Managing, without authority, the performance of roughly 150 CHS personnel who sit in CHS's risk, trade execution, finance, trading and business organizations, and investigators around the world.9. - Managing bribery, corruption, money laundering and sanctions risks that arise from CHS's engagement of roughly 10,000 third parties.10. Managing import and export risks that arise from CHS originating commodities from roughly 20 countries and marketing them into roughly 70 countries.11. Continually improving CHS's compliance programs.40% - Program Management - Active management of all aspects of CHS's bribery, corruption, import, export, money laundering and sanctions compliance programs, which is guided by the CHS Integrity Framework elements of leadership, risk assessments, standards and controls, training and communication, and monitoring and metrics. - HelpLine cases/investigations average about 150+ per year, and while there is a well-established leading practice framework to manage these concerns, there is still room for process improvement. -Corporate policy management is a critical component to the CHS compliance commitment and the role will lead the continuous improvement and up-dating initiatives.20% - Engagement - CHS Corporate Compliance and Corporate Integrity share a strategic imperative to empower CHS and its employees to compete vigorously in a highly regulated global marketplace with integrity, safety and confidence. The Senior Director achieves this by driving engagement and trust as a capable business partner, which begins with establishing and maintaining relationships with key CHS employees at all levels of the organization, including with the CHS Senior Leadership Team and the CHS Board of Directors.20% - Performance Management - Carries out said responsibilities through (1) the corporate staff and (2) roughly 150 CHS personnel, who sit in CHS's risk, trade execution, finance, investigations, trading and business organizations around the world. Among the most critical responsibilities is ensuring that CHS personnel are properly empowered and competent to carry out the work of Compliance.20% - Project Management - Responsible for designing, administering and/or managing various projects from time to time (e.g. internal and external audits, internal and external investigations, emerging regulation monitoring and review, IT system design, implementation and maintenance). This includes the implementation and ongoing administration of the CHS Integrity Framework across the CHSCI organization.Minimum Qualifications (required)Bachelor's degree in relevant field of study.10+ years relevant risk management experience (which may include legal, compliance and/or internal or external audit experience, ABAC, Investigations, Policies, etc---) with demonstrated career progression, including multiple years of both substantive program management and people management experience.Additional QualificationsLaw degree preferred.Centralized compliance program management experience in U.S. ideally including global agriculture, energy, commodity and/or supply chain organization.Policy development and implementation.Compliance program control development, implementation and monitoring.Training development and delivery.Daily risk-based multitasking.Ability to effectively and efficiently navigate global organization.CHS offers a competitive total compensation package. Benefits include Health, Dental, Vision, Hearing, Life Insurance, Health and Day Care Savings Accounts, Paid Vacation, 401K, Company Funded Pension, Profit Sharing, Long and Short Term Disability, Tuition reimbursement, and Adoption assistance.CHS is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Keywords: Careerbuilder-US, St. Paul , Senior Director, Corporate Compliance, Executive , Saint Paul, Minnesota

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