The Compliance Counsel will be a member of the Global Ethics and Compliance Team’s (GECT) Code of Conduct Group. The Code of Conduct Group is primarily responsible for Jabil’s Code of Business Conduct and related corporate policies; Integrity Hotline management, matter investigation, analytics and reporting; ethics and compliance training and communication development, management and implementation; global data privacy and protection risk assessment, management and guidance; Compliance Ambassador Program development, implementation and management; and global records management. It also partners closely with other GECT team members to help the business manage legal risk associated with Jabil’s third-party eco-system, and to proactively assess and monitor compliance risk, and to provide guidance associated with enhancement of internal business and financial controls. This position will share in those responsibilities, with a focus on the following duties and responsibilities.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITES
- Assessing, managing and providing guidance on the organization’s global data privacy and protection risk.
- Proactively assessing and monitoring compliance risk, and providing guidance associated with enhancement of internal business and financial controls.
- Under the direction of the Chief Compliance Officer, the Senior Director, Jabil Code and/or the Senior Director, Global Investigations, provide oversight of and hands-on direction and advice in the end-to-end process of conducting internal investigations, including directly conducting investigations involving allegations of misconduct including but not limited to, fraud, corruption, conflict of interest and theft.
- Working with management and others to develop and implement remediation plans to address investigation findings and outcomes.
- Ensuring Jabil is in compliance with all applicable laws and regulations, in coordination with HR, Finance, EH&S, Global Security, Internal Audit and the business leadership. Providing legal guidance to Jabil management and functions .
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS
- Juris Doctorate degree from an ABA accredited law school or international equivalent. Must be licensed, in good standing, in at least one jurisdiction and able to obtain appointment as Florida Authorized In-House Counsel.
- Experience successfully conducting, directing and providing legal guidance on complex workplace investigations in multi-jurisdictional environments, including reporting investigation findings to senior management and executives.
- Experience providing guidance to management on remedial actions resulting from internal investigations.
- Experience working with government regulators.
- Minimum seven (7) years work-related experience, with at least 5 years significant prosecutorial, government investigation or experience conducting internal investigations as an in-house or outside counsel.
- Proven knowledge of / experience in conducting end-to-end compliance investigations in multi-jurisdictional environments preferred.
- Experience in the investigative analysis of financial data preferred.
- Proven knowledge of / experience assessing and providing guidance on global data privacy and protection risk required.