As a member of the Compliance Management team, you will help clients gain control over diverse risks through a consistent, coordinated and sustainable strategy. PricewaterhouseCooper's Compliance Management approach is a principles-guided, step-by-step, logical and scalable method that integrates governance, risk and compliance activities into a manageable and sustainable process. Compliance Management Services include:
• Identify unmanaged risks through a practical but comprehensive evaluation process.
• Improve the content, quality and timing of governance, risk and compliance analysis and reporting.
• Implement a proactive approach to risk management.
• Control the growth of governance, risk and compliance-related expenses.
• Enable business resources to focus on revenue generation.
• Establish a timely and consistent approach to assess compliance programs across business units.
• Establish an enterprise-wide view of gaps and improve risk response strategies.
• Streamline compliance programs across the enterprise to gain efficiencies and improve effectiveness.
• Establish consistent policies and standards across the enterprise to enforce ownership and accountability.
• Leverage technology to aggregate controls information to rapidly identify and report exceptions, as well as improve information quality.
As a member of PricewaterhouseCoopers Investigations & Forensic Services practice, you will help identify and analyze vulnerabilities in order to manage and mitigate risk. Our in-depth process of forensic accounting diagnosis allows our clients to continue their business, recover lost funds and halt further economic losses.
We assist companies in navigating the labyrinth of government contracts. We analyze government contract issues to help companies resolve disputes involving the pricing, costing and administration of government contracts.
Considerable knowledge and understanding of accounting, auditing or financial analysis. Considerable knowledge of some combination of financial analysis, forensic investigations and financial modeling is required. Experience in government contract consulting preferred.
Considerable industry knowledge of government contracting, with concentrated experience in government accounting. Considerable knowledge and experience applying the Federal Acquisition Regulation, Cost Principles and Cost Accounting Standards to government contracts.
Considerable Defense Contract Audit Agency (DCAA) experience is acceptable if no prior industry experience. Program management experience with aerospace and defense contracts is a plus.
Working experience researching pertinent client, industry and technical matters. Demonstrated client service orientation combined with creative problem solving skills required.
Demonstrated experience identifying and addressing client needs: actively participating in client discussions and meetings; communicating a broad range of Firm services; managing engagements including preparing concise, accurate documents and balancing project economics management with the occurrence of unanticipated issues.
Demonstrated experience as a team leader: creating a positive environment by monitoring workloads of the team while meeting client expectations and respecting the work-life quality of team members; providing candid, meaningful feedback in a timely manner; and keeping leadership informed of progress and issues.
Minimum Years of Experience Necessary:
Minimum Degree(s) and Certification(s) Required:
Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Arts degree required. Preferred concentration: Accounting, Finance or a Business related field.
Certified Public Accountant (CPA) preferred.
Travel requirements: 40%-60%
Skills Preferred: Thorough working knowledge of U.S. export regulations, including the Export Administration Regulations (EAR) and the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR). Must have direct experience with performing export classification determinations under the EAR and/or the ITAR, as well as addressing export license requirements. Experience may include preparing commodity jurisdiction requests, commodity classification requests, and export license applications. Should have working knowledge of SNAP-R and/or D-TRADE. Other areas of knowledge should include restricted party screening, Automated Export System (AES) requirements, Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) requirements, and anti-boycott regulations. Experience with encryption controls is preferred, but not required. Must have excellent written and verbal English skills. Must be highly organized and have the ability to communicate export compliance concepts in different ways (e.g., narrative reports, process flow charts, PowerPoint presentations) to all corporate levels, including the executive level. Demonstrated ability to gather data on compliance activities, perform analyses against applicable regulatory requirements, and devise and implement recommendations accordingly. Experience with designing and providing export compliance training is preferred. Familiarity with ERP systems, such as SAP (including SAP GTS), Oracle, and Tradesphere, is a plus.