Other locations will be considered for the right candidate.
Oversee offshore sanctions research teams in several global locations including answering questions, assigning work and ensuring productivity, performance and data quality are up to standard.
Tier II email support for client and internal sanctions data-related queries.
Draft sanctions researcher guidelines and processes documentation.
Monitor sanctions regulations and support analysis of potential data requirements.
Identify and implement process improvements.
Analyze and handle sanctions coverage requests.
Support systems/data ingestion product owners and development to ensure business needs for sanctions data are met.
Lead data remediation and other special projects.
Two- or four-year degree, or equivalent experience
Excellent written and oral communication
Knowledge of global affairs
Strong analytical skills
Works well in a team environment
Microsoft Outlook, Word and Excel
Any of the following would be an advantage: experience working with unstructured open source data and/or relational databases (for example SQL), experience analyzing regulations (especially those related to financial sanctions), ability to read a language other than English.
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