15.7km | , UK
|Hours||35 - 35 Hours|
We are Direct Line Group – home to some of the country's best-known brands including Direct Line, Churchill, Privilege, Greenflag, and NIG. Our vision is to create a world where insurance is personal, inclusive, and a force for good, and our purpose is to help people carry on with their lives- giving them peace of mind now and in the future.
To help us deliver on this vision and purpose, we're transforming our systems, products, and services, and positioning ourselves as a challenger brand that disrupts the market and innovates for the future. We're already award-winning across several of our brands, but we want to continue this success. Aligned to the wider business transformation, the Risk & Compliance function is reviewing its practices to ensure that we continue to effectively deliver on our responsibilities, while considering new ways of working and ensuring we are positioned for success in a data and technology enabled future.
Since the start of 2022, the Risk & Compliance function has embarked on a 2-year transformation journey with the aim to reposition and rebrand Risk through a re-energised vision and leadership team, as well as scaled up capabilities through investment in our people and in technology. We are on a journey to make DLG Risk Positive and our team a Force for Good core to achieving DLG's strategic goals. Our journey covers people, culture, frameworks and processes and technology. And so, we're looking for someone to join us in creating a high-performing 2nd line Compliance function as a Group Compliance Director.
Reporting into our Chief Risk Officer, you will support her in developing and implementing a 3-5 year ambition and roadmap for change, to accelerate and join our community of Risk & Compliance professionals and most importantly, to help maintain DLG's organisational resilience and regulatory compliance as it continues to transform in pursuit of its strategic ambitions over the next few years.
What does this role involve?
As Group Compliance Director, you will oversee the Compliance Advisory and Compliance Monitoring functions and define, implement, and lead our Risk strategy to ensure DLG remains organisationally resilient while supporting the delivery of DLG's priorities and transformation. In addition, you will be asked to lead the modernisation of Compliance, promoting efficiencies and data-driven risk management and insights.
The Director of Compliance must be an experienced professional who is able to set a clear strategy across Compliance teams, they will:
To lead the Compliance function effectively, you need to have enthusiasm and natural curiosity to keep up-to-date with the regulatory and legislative requirements and change initiatives, with the ability to translate this into future-based, pragmatic advice to help inform the strategy for a fast paced, changing business.
People leadership is an essential a part of the role, both direct people management as well as influencing at ExCo and Board Level and inspiring others across DLG and wider in the industry. You will also have a desire to build a training and technical competence framework for Compliance, ensuring the Compliance function is appropriately knowledgeable and expert, and is able to deliver accurate and constructive advice to the business.
What We're Looking for
Ways of Working
Here at Direct Line Group, we recognise the importance of flexibility, not only in our personal lives but also in the way we work. Our mixed model way of working offers a 'best of both worlds' approach combining the best parts of home and office-working, offering flexibility for everyone.
How much you'll be in the office depends on your role, and we'll consider the flexible working options that work best for you. You can find out more about our flexible working approach or please get in touch with the team to discuss.