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- AML/CTF and sanctions focused
- Lead and inspire a team within our Financial Crime practice
- Flexible work options - work smarter in a way that suits your lifestyle.
- 18 weeks paid parental leave - for mum, dad & foster carers.
Join PwC's Consulting team as an AML Manager and drive value to a vast network of clients in the financial services industry.
At PwC, we help Australian businesses, not-for-profits and governments create value and improve the way they work. From improving healthcare, to creating smarter cities and igniting Australia's start up industry, you'll build trust in society and solve important problems.
The Consulting team bring this to life by helping clients manage their risks and exposure to Financial Crime including AML/CTF and sanctions.
As the AML Manager your impact will be seen by leading AML/CTF independent reviews and risk assessments, transaction monitoring reviews, internal process, policy & procedure reviews, AML/CTF and sanctions framework design and review and management of AML/CTF remediation projects.
Success stems from a positive attitude, hard work and going the extra mile, but that's not all!
- Manage AML/CTF and sanctions reviews, risk assessments, remediation projects and other related engagements with our clients
- Guide and support activities assuring oversight and review of compliance matters, such as AML/CTF internal process or policy and procedure reviews
- Lead, coach, mentor and inspire junior analysts in the team
- Market and develop the business for future growth
The brief is simple...
You have a solid background in AML/CTF, sanctions or financial crime within the financial services industry. You're capable of building strong relationships with clients and peers alike, and are passionate about protecting customers and businesses from financial crime. If you have experience within a regulator, risk or management consulting, this will also be highly valued. You thrive in a collaborative and innovative culture and want to join a firm that values problem solvers, the kind of people who reimagine the possible for their clients and key stakeholders.
Your colleagues can vouch that you:
- Act with integrity and show care for the people you work with
- Are a team player with well developed time and project management skills
- Demonstrate agility in navigating changing client needs and ambiguity
- Communicate with impact and show an inquisitive mindset to explore problems and anticipate client needs
Sound like you? Read on.
What we offer
Working for Australia's largest professional services firm you'll join a creative and collaborative team that delivers meaningful outcomes for a wide range of clients and access a global network spanning 157 countries.
Our culture and benefits are the reason why we were recognised as Australia's number one workplace by LinkedIn. Our state of the art offices embrace the very best technology has to offer and each person has access to flexible work options. Our dress policy is flexible too - you choose what you wear based on the kind of work you do with your team and clients.
Fostering an inclusive culture and embracing differences is at the centre of everything we do. At PwC, you will be empowered to be yourself and work with people from different backgrounds and points of view to achieve things you never thought possible. Get involved in our employee-led diversity networks (cultural, disability, LGBTI or gender equality) and benefit from our best-in-class policies such as 18 weeks maternity/paternity leave, flexible work and gender equity.
Up for a challenge? We are committed to helping our people unleash their passion and potential. Hard work does not go unrewarded and industry best coaching, mentoring, training and development are ready and waiting. If you have a genuine desire to make a difference and want to surround yourself with like-minded, talented and driven individuals who strive to do the same, apply now.
PwC is committed to building and maintaining a diverse workforce. Our Reconciliation Action Plan sets out our commitment to increase Indigenous employment. We encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians.
Stephanie Rankin is the Recruitment Manager for the role. As the team experience high volumes of applications, we appreciate your patience to allow for a timely and fair process for all.
We welcome the opportunity to speak to candidates about our value proposition and recognition and reward approach. The minimum full time salary for this role is $100000 including 9.5% Superannuation, however will be determined based on the skills and experience that the candidate brings.