Compliance Director (Detailed Reviewer)

Clifton Larson Allen Saint Louis , MO 63150

Posted 1 month ago

CLA is offering an exciting opportunity for a qualified candidate to join our Financial Institution Group (FIG) in St. Louis, MO. We are looking for a Director to assist in directing, planning, and providing oversight for our compliance outsourcing practice. The position offers a unique opportunity for professional growth within a FIG practice with a strong reputation within our local markets for excellent technical expertise and a commitment to client service.


The Director-Compliance (Detailed Reviewer) will be responsible for:

  • .Preparing and / or reviewing compliance reports

  • Assisting in the oversight and completion of other engagements/special projects or duties as assigned

  • Providing ongoing technical assistance support to clients

  • Working with clients and other FIG staff to determine engagement/relationship objectives, develop appropriate budgets and assist in coordinating resources to meet the objectives

  • Developing an understanding of the client's business activities, controls, processes and associated risks

  • Coordinating the development of risk assessments, audit plans and scopes for compliance engagements

  • Assisting with proposals for new business opportunities in the areas of internal audit, compliance, training and related special projects

  • Coordinating the timely completion of fieldwork

  • Providing oversight/review of assigned audit staff members

  • Working with other Managers and Directors and clients to address audit, accounting and compliance issues that may arise

  • Keeping abreast of the latest banking industry, accounting and compliance developments through ongoing formal and self education

  • Anticipating and addressing client issues


The firm seeks qualified candidates with the personal values and work ethic that matches the professional character of our firm. Candidates should have the desire and abilities to take on exciting responsibilities and grow with our FIG practice. Candidates should have 6-plus years of financial institution audit or compliance experience. Other qualifications include:

  • Bachelor degree in Accounting or related rield required

  • CPA, a plus

  • Strong knowledge of the banking industry, controls and processes; prior bank industry experience and/or bank regulatory experience a plus

  • Strong understanding of bank consumer compliance regulations

  • Strong understanding of accounting and internal auditing standards

  • Strong written and oral communication skills

  • Demonstrated track record of successfully leading fieldwork for bank audits

  • Demonstrated track record of developing positive client relationships

  • Proven ability to lead and develop audit staff

  • Ability to multi-task and complete assignments within required time constraints and deadlines

  • Willing to travel within assigned geographical region


CLA exists to create opportunities for our people, our clients, and our communities. We are a proud equal opportunity/affirmative action employer . All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity/

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Compliance Director (Detailed Reviewer)

Clifton Larson Allen