Ethics&Compliance Analyst Portfolio Companies
Ethics&Compliance Analyst Portfolio Companies
Shell in Krakow
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Shell is an international energy company with expertise in the exploration, production, refining and marketing of oil and natural gas, and the manufacturing and marketing of chemicals global energy company.
Around 84,000 employees across more than 70 countries work together to power progress through more and cleaner energy solutions. We use advanced technologies and take an innovative approach to help build a sustainable energy future. We are working to advance disability & enablement, gender balance, culture/ethnicity and LGBT+ inclusion within Shell and the communities where we work.
As an Ethics and Compliance Analyst you will provide advice to a broad and diverse range of business stakeholders to ensure Ethics and Compliance related risks are understood and addressed in particular in the area of Third Party integrity due diligence, including Anti-Bribery and Corruption, Anti-Money Laundering and Trade Compliance.
As the Ethics and Compliance Analyst supporting portfolio companies you will work closely with colleagues from the global team of Ethics and Compliance Managers (ECMs) in providing and standardising support for “portfolio companies” across the various Shell businesses in order to ensure that portfolio companies are compliant with E&C framework and both the transition and implementation are standardised and made easy and intuitive for end users and key stakeholders. Portfolio companies are companies that are Shell controlled whilst not being fully on Shell GID/IT systems which require more bespoke activity in implementing our E&C control framework.
The position is a part of Shell's Ethics and Compliance Office (SECO), whose role is to sustain both a culture and a structure within which all decisions and actions are consistent with Shell's core values, Shell General Business Principles and Code of Conduct. You will be one of an existing team of Analysts based in Krakow, reporting to the Ethics and Compliance Manager Poland & Technology.
This is a role that requires strong E&C leadership with stakeholders, including direct engagement and communication across the business and functions. The Ethics and Compliance Analyst must be able to collaborate with and influence stakeholders in other businesses and functions to deliver sustainable and timely results with regular engagement with stakeholders up to VP level. A person in this position must be able to handle small projects as they arise and identify improvement opportunities.
- Working with ECMs in supporting implementation work for portfolio companies this would include Third Party integrity due diligence requirements (but work may change and evolve);
- Working with the ECMs and portfolio companies to ensure E&C requirements are understood by the staff in portfolio companies and the status is visible to the relevant business;
- Identification of opportunities to simplify and improve efficiencies in the E&C processes and controls for portfolio companies;
- Deliver other assigned SECO improvement programmes and projects as determined by the SECO Leadership Team.
Knowledge and Experience:
- University Degree
- 5 years of relevant work experience
- Knowledge of the Ethics & Compliance standards including Anti-Bribery and Corruption, Anti-Money Laundering and Trade Compliance as well as Third Party integrity due diligence standards.
- Excellent written and oral English language skills
- Strong influencing and communication skills across diverse business cultures
- Able to operate under pressure and to stand up in the face of conflict or resistance as well as persistence when changes involve many different stakeholders across the Group;
- Experience in working across organisational levels, with cross-functional and cross-business teams;
- The ability to implement change and project management
- Good planning and organising skills, able to manage multiple priorities and tasks and have an eye for detail;
- Demonstrable continuous improvement mindset and skills are a plus for this role.
- remote work opportunities
- flexible working time
- corporate products and services at discounted prices
- christmas gifts
- private medical care
- life insurance
- charity initiatives
- employee referral programme
- parking space for employees
- electric car charger
- leisure zone
- integrations events
- sharing the costs of sports activities
- sharing the costs of foreign language classes
- sharing the costs of tickets to the movies, theater
1. Find a perfect career opportunity and apply
2. Be invited to the process via call with recruiter
3. Nail your job interview (assessment center)
4. Get an offer and start your adventure with Shell