- The Compliance Enterprise Risk Manager/Community Bank Compliance Officer is responsible for overseeing the creation, implementation, administration and enforcement of all Bank policies, procedures and activities relating to laws and regulations governing the banking industry. They will work closely with Senior Management and banking staff to guarantee that policies and procedures follow these rules. They will manage the implementation of all aspects of the enterprise risk function, including implementation of processes, tools and systems to identify, assess, measure, manage, monitor and report risks.
- Chair the bank-wide Compliance Committee.
- Respond to compliance issues raised by the board of directors, executives, management and staff and assist in resolving those issues.
- Report violations of laws, regulations, rules and policies to Chief Executive Officer, Audit Committee and/or directly to bank board and evaluate the resolution of the violations.
- Research, implement, and manage the areas of banking regulations and laws, banking policies and procedures, consumer protection, and public interest laws, focusing on Community Banking, including Commercial Lending & Consumer Lending.
- Issue investigations related to possible bank non-compliance and ensure compliance is taking place.
- Stay abreast of regulatory and best practice changes, especially with FDIC rules and regulations.
- Act as liaison with federal and state regulators.
- Collaborate with senior management on special projects, new product development and day-to-day operations, focusing on Community Banking, including Commercial Lending & Consumer Lending.
- Identify compliance training needs, collaborate with Human Resources to develop and deliver that training.
- Manage the implementation of all aspects of the bank-wide enterprise risk function, including implementation of processes, tools and systems to identify, assess, measure, manage, monitor and report risks.
- Update corporate risk job knowledge by participating in educational opportunities, reading professional publications; maintaining personal networks and participating in professional organizations.