SVP, Fair Employment Practices / AAP Compliance Officer
Posted on: February 12, 2020
Human Resources ("HR") is a global organization comprised of more
than 3,500 professionals providing strategic human capital advisory
support to Citi's business leaders in 96 countries, and the
development and delivery of core HR programs including: -sourcing
qualified talent; assisting managers to apply effective employee
selection practices; establishing appropriate terms and conditions
of employment; effective new employee on-boarding; training
employees; assessing employee job performance and talent;
developing manager capabilities and leadership; succession planning
in anticipation of changing business needs; measuring employee
sentiment; escalating and/or investigating potential employee
misconduct and establishing mechanism for employee corrective
action; developing strategies to discontinue employment without
attracting undue risk, as well as maintaining market competitive
compensation, benefits and recognition programs intended to reward
good performance and retain talented employees. - HR is also
responsible forproviding the necessary leadership to achieve Citi's
diversity objectives.The HR Control & Compliance organization is
responsible for establishing a human capital risk governance
framework, including the definition of the risk appetite, the
development of risk strategies, the identification and assessment
of new and changing sources of risk, the development and execution
of strategies to maintain compliance with applicable regulatory and
policy requirements, and operational risk mitigation. -The SVP,
Fair Employment Practices is Citi's lead Affirmative Action Program
compliance officer, and is responsible for all aspects of Citi's
compliance with EO 11246, all aspects of its US Affirmative Action
Program, as well as Section 503 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973,
Vietnam Era Veterans' Readjustment Assistance Act of 1974, and the
Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990. - This position is also
responsible for developing risk control strategies to maintain
compliance with laws and regulations related to representation
requirements, non-discrimination and equal employment opportunity
in in all 96 jurisdictions in which Citi operates, as well as the
development and monitoring of processes and associated controls
designed to support Citi's broader diversity objectives. -This is
achieved primarily through collaboration with members of Citi's
Global Diversity team, as well as other HR, compliance, risk,
legal, data privacy, and technology partners.Key Responsibilities:
- Regulatory and Policy Risk Management: - Lead Citi's end-to-end
compliance with EO 11246 and related regulations. - Manage an
inventory of applicable regulations and Policy requirements
governing representation requirements, non-discrimination and equal
employment opportunity in all 96 jurisdictions in which Citi
operates, as well as the identification and development of
corresponding process controls / operating standards designed to
maintain compliance with said regulations and Policy consistent
with the approved Human Capital risk appetite. - This includes the
development and management of procedures designed to ensure
awareness, assess impact, and capture corresponding Corrective
Action Plans associated with material change to the operating
environment affecting representation, non-discrimination and the
equal employment opportunity risk profile.
- Regulatory Reporting and Exam Management: - Confidently engage
with government agencies (including as Citi's lead interface with
the OFCCP), internal audit, and various partners to fairly
represent Citi in response to specific requests for information, as
well as general inquiry. - Establish and monitor effective controls
to ensure the accurate production of required regulatory reporting
related to country representation, non-discrimination and equal
employment opportunity requirements. -
- Control Performance Assessment: - Manage the development of
Global HR Manager Control Assessment, Business Performance
Measurements, Key Risk Indicators and associated alert thresholds
associated with representation requirements, non-discrimination and
equal employment opportunity-related operating standards, which are
intended to provide independent assurance with respect to the
effectiveness of identified controls, measure organizational
performance associated with the execution of said controls, and
provide early warning related to change in Citi's operational risk
- Issue Management: - Engage with global partners to assess risk
and determine the root cause of identified control failures, as
well as establish Corrective Action Plans intended to remediate
- Control Strategy: - Work with Citi's Global Diversity team and
other internal stakeholders to establish the Global Fair Employment
Practices control strategy and periodically reevaluate in response
to changes in the operating environment.
- Relationship Management: - Effectively manage stakeholder
relationships associated with all aspects of the Global Fair
Employment Practices control strategy, and serve as the primary
point of contact with Citi's Global Diversity team and applicable
- People Manager: - Manage and develop a team of highly-motivated
and capable HR professionals who are focused on the success of
Citi's diversity program.
- Serve as a subject matter expert and member of a global team of
compliance and control professionals and contribute to the
strategic direction of the HR control and compliance function.
- Utilize excellent communication, leadership and management
skills to influence a wide range of internal audiences including
respective product, function, or regional executive management
partners and external audiences including regulators and external
auditors that have a material impact on Citi's global HR
- Timely delivery of high quality, value-added, multiple
concurrent deliverables on time and to specification. -
- Identify, attract and develop talent, and build effective
teams, to meet future-state position requirements and support broad
- Develops approaches to promote knowledge sharing and promulgate
management best practices across HR Control & Compliance and the
Global HR Function.
- Delivers learning and development programs and is a recognized
leader in training and developing others. -
- Ensures HR meets/exceeds the requirements and expectations of
- Works closely and collaboratively within IA and line HR
management and control functions to ensure efficient and effective
provision of independent audit assurance.
- Collaborates across businesses and functions to improve the
identification, quantification, measurement, management, reporting
and control of organizational governance, risk management and
internal control environments.
- Actively support and drive the Independent Compliance Risk
Management Transformation Program and HR's management effort to
achieve and maintain a "Strong" control function.Requirements:
- Bachelor's Degree in a related field or equivalent work
experience, education, and / or training.
- 8+ years of experience in Human Resources, workforce diversity,
OFCCP regulatory compliance and/or law.
- 2+ years of experience in a Program or Project Management
- Possess a broad and comprehensive understanding EO 11246 and
related regulations and a proven track record of successful
compliance with OFCCP regulatory requirements in a large
organization, HR data structures, and project/program management
- Experience in HR related legal / regulatory and compliance
programs or Internal Audit highly preferred, with specific subject
matter expertise and a strong business understanding of risks,
controls and issues within Human Resources.
- A self-aware, self-confident individual who has well developed
listening skills, and a strong ability to engage a group of
accomplished business unit heads by providing proactive advice on a
variety of matters while carefully balancing the independent
requirements of the function.
- Effective negotiation skills, a proactive and 'no surprises'
approach in communicating issues and strength in sustaining
independent views. - This individual must be effective
communicator, both orally and in writing.
- Strong interpersonal skills, with a track record of successful
interfacing and influencing at all levels.
- Strong leadership skills, with a proven track record of making
a positive impact on the organization.
- Strong analytical abilities, with demonstrated proficiency in
the interpretation and application of numerous analytical
methodologies across all responsibilities.
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an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer.
Minority/Female/Veteran/Individuals with Disabilities/Sexual
Orientation/Gender Identity.Citigroup Inc. and its subsidiaries
("Citi") invite all qualified interested applicants to apply for
career opportunities. If you are a person with a disability and
need a reasonable accommodation to use our search tools and/or
apply for a career opportunity CLICK HERE.To view the "EEO is the
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