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Compliance Manager

ISG plc
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3 Aug 2021

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Job Title: Compliance Manager

Location: Blyth

Job Purpose

ISG have recently secured a £500m new build Battery Gigaplant project in Blyth, and this role will be responsible for and to ensure that our project site at Blyth, Northumberland is fully compliant with respect to all domestic and international legislation, including but not limited to immigration law, labour law, tax and social security and any contractual obligations ISG has such as enhanced personnel vetting.

Key Responsibilities

Implement the ISG legal compliance program;

Implement ISG internal controls using appropriate systems to monitor and report adherence to them;

Contribute to the drafting and revision of company compliance processes and related policies;

Lead and manage on behalf of ISG any government/site inspection in line with local legislation/requirements;

Proactively audit processes, practices and documents to identify weaknesses and implement any required process improvements;

Evaluate business activities and our supply chain to assess compliance risk and put in place a robust strategy to mitigate risk;

Collaborate with ISG's external advisors and internal departments as necessary;

Communicate, report and escalate compliance risks to Senior Management;

Educate and train employees on regulations, ISG and industry practices;

Commitment to continued learning and professional development, remaining current with changing legislation both locally and internationally that could impact the business.

Experience & Skills

Proven experience as a Compliance Manager in a related sector

Proven success in risk management and mitigation

In depth knowledge with construction industry practices and professional standards

Excellent written and verbal communication skills

Track record of integrity and professional ethics

Person Specification


Must be able to take full accountability for their role, actions, judgements and decisions. o Must be passionate about work, committed to excellence and continuous improvement. o Confident in making decisions within policy guidelines.

Must be able to remain calm and focused in difficult situations.

Proven record of getting results and developing others.

Won't be afraid to address difficult issues and establish facts.

Planning and Organisation

Able to delegate when required.

Must be able to run effective and productive meetings.

Must be organised and prioritise own work to deliver on time through managing time effectively.

Communicating and Influencing

Must be able to build trust and confidence through open communications and informing colleagues about issues that will affect their role.

Must be able to use a range of communication skills and adapt these as necessary.

Use facts and data to influence an outcome.

Presents well to others.

Team Working

Must be able to participate, share knowledge and actively support colleagues.

Able to quickly deal with conflict or issues that could affect the performance of the team.

Must be able to recognise own strengths and weaknesses and draw on the strengths of different people.

Must be able to motivate a team to achieve one common goal

How to apply

If you'd like to be part of #TeamISG - to dream smart, speak frankly, always care and never stop learning - the next step is to make your application by following the link below.

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