To manage and oversee the Compliance & Enforcement Division within the Financial Surveillance Department ensuring effective investigation of alleged contraventions of the provisions of the Exchange Control Regulations, recoup capital exported in contravention and 419 fraud schemes as well as enforce anti-money laundering legislation in respect of ADLAs..
The successful candidate will be responsible for the following key performance areas:
To provide input into the departmental operational plan aligned to the company strategy, communicate and clarify the vision and strategic goals of the company and department to own team
To take accountability for the development and compilation of divisional operational plans and budget aligned to the FinSurv Department and the Bank; as well as the implementation and monitoring thereof
To identify and mitigate risks related to own function and ensure compliance with relevant governance frameworks
To propose policy recommendations to FinSurv senior management, GEC and/or National Treasury and make necessary recommendations for approval, including the drafting and amending of existing legislation
To clarify performance expectations and roles for staff within the division, prioritise work, manage resource utilisation & quality of deliverables as well as control cost
To develop policies, procedures and systems requirements, set boundaries within which own staff members work and ensure alignment with related functions and organisational value chain
To lead the Compliance and Enforcement Division with set, achievable objectives and targets
To lead and manage internal and external stakeholder relationships at various levels of seniority, ensuring compliance with Exchange Control Regulations and Rulings and The Financial Intelligence Centre Act (the FIC Act)
To manage the performance of staff, promote and support career management and development
To ensure continuous improvement in the delivery and functioning of the Compliance and Enforcement Division.
To be considered for this position, candidates must be in possession of:
A minimum of an Honours Degree in Law or Commerce or Forensics (in auditing or accounting field)
At least 5 year management experience
Job-related skills and attributes:
Developing and growing others
Analysis and problem solving
Impact & Influence
Judgement and decision making
All applicants are required to enclose a covering letter stating why they are applying for the role and the value that they think they can add to the position.