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Analyst, Regulatory, Quality, Risk and Reputation - Summer 2022 Co-op/Intern - National

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Date Posted: Jan 8, 2022

Reference Code: 91071-en_US

 Job Type: Co-op/Intern 
Primary Location: Multiple Locations, Canada 
All Available Locations: Toronto; Alma; Amos; Bas St-Laurent; Brossard; Burlington; Bécancour; Calgary; Chicoutimi; Dolbeau; Drummondville; Edmonton; Farnham; Fredericton; Gatineau; Granby; Grand-Mère; Halifax; Havre-Saint-Pierre; Hawkesbury; Jonquière; Kanata; Kitchener; La Baie; La Sarre; Langley; Laval; London; Markham; Matane; Mississauga; Moncton; Montreal; New Richmond; Niagara; Normandin; Ottawa; Prince Albert; Prince George; Quebec City; Regina; Rimouski; Roberval; Rouyn-Noranda; Saguenay; Saint John; Saint-Hyacinthe; Saskatoon; Sept-Îles; Shawinigan; Sherbrooke; St-Félicien; St. John's; Trois-Pistoles; Trois-Rivières; Val D'Or; Vancouver; Vaughan; Victoria; Windsor; Winnipeg 

 

Our Purpose

At Deloitte, we are driven to inspire and help our people, organization, communities, and country to thrive. Our Purpose is to build a better future by accelerating and expanding access to knowledge. Purpose defines who we are and gives us reason to exist as an organization.

By living our Purpose, we will make an impact that matters.

 

 

What will your typical day look like?  

As part of our Regulatory, Quality, Risk & Reputation group in Deloitte’s National Office, you will be working in one of these exciting teams: 

 

Our Professional Independence team is responsible for continuous monitoring and process improvements to ensure compliance with firm policies, as well as assessing business relationships. Your responsibilities will include, but are not limited to, coordinating information requests and data collection related to monitoring or business relationships, performing external and internal research on entities and individuals, and interaction with client service teams as needed around information provided. You will also be identifying issues and proposing recommendations to improve quality control processes, as well as reporting on findings, trends and statistical analysis. 

 

In our Personal Independence team, you will play a pivotal role in assisting the firm with ensuring the financial independence of all our people across Canada. This role will give you an opportunity to gain in depth knowledge regarding certain Canadian and International Regulatory Rules and Deloitte policies with which our people must comply with. Responsibilities will include, but are not limited to, assessing the completeness and accuracy of holdings, financial relationships and transactions entered into the Firm's electronic monitoring system - Global Independence Monitoring System (GIMS), learning about the investment marketplace in Canada and conducting research, summarizing findings, suggesting best practices to improve an individual’s compliance, providing guidance on the requirements of the Broker Data Import Program (BDIP) and participating in project work for the benefit of the overall group. 

 

In our Background Check, Conflict Check team, you will perform “Know Your Client” and conflict check procedures as part of our due diligence on client engagement acceptance and continuance. You will analyze and summarize your “Know Your Client” research findings and identify high risk indicators for consideration of our firm’s reputational risk in association with these clients. You will also perform conflict assessments for proposed engagements, facilitate conflict clearance procedures and advise client service teams on how to manage potential conflicts. 

 

In our Privacy & Confidentiality team, you will participate in in managing privacy and confidentiality incidents, supporting our account teams, partners, and stakeholders. You will also play a key role in our ongoing data loss protection activities. You will also assist our Financial Crime team with reviewing the third-party anti-corruption questionnaires to ensure completeness and initiate risk mitigation procedures as appropriate. 

 

 

Enough about us, let’s talk about you 

You are someone who is/has: 

  • Enrolled in a post-secondary program such as business, commerce, analytics or has completed risk management courses  
  • Strong business acumen with solid analytical skills and conceptual thinking 
  • Excellent interpersonal relations and demonstrated ability to work with others effectively in teams 
  • Superior verbal and written communication skills 
  • Demonstrated ability to prioritize tasks based on relative importance and urgency 
  • Ability to follow work programs with a high degree of accuracy and attention to detail 
  • Commitment to quality, ethics and confidentiality 
  • Bilingualism is an asset (French) 

 

Our Shared Values

While our Purpose guides us and helps explain why we exist, our shared values describe the behaviour we expect from each other at the firm.

They provide common ground to unite us across cultures and geographies. They help us to earn the trust and respect of our stakeholders. We all commit to living by these shared values, to stay true to the principles they represent, and to honour the legacy from which they came. They are what sets us apart and makes us Deloitte.

 

Every day, we live our Purpose through the following five shared values:

  • Lead the way: Deloitte is not only leading the profession, but reinventing it for the future. We’re also committed to creating opportunity and leading the way to a more sustainable world.
     
  • Serve with integrity: Deloitte has earned the trust of employees, clients, regulators, and the public for 175 years. Upholding that trust is our single most important responsibility.
     
  • Take care of each other: We look out for one another and prioritize respect, fairness, development, and well-being.
     
  • Foster inclusion: We are at our best when we foster an inclusive culture and embrace diversity in all forms. We know this attracts top talent, enables innovation, and helps us deliver well-rounded client solutions.
     
  • Collaborate for measurable impact: We approach our work with a collaborative mind¬set, teaming across businesses, geographies, and skill sets to deliver tangible, measurable, attributable impact.

 

 

The Next Step is Yours
Sound like The One Firm. For You? Apply by January 23, 2022 at 11:59 pm ET.

To be considered, you must submit your cover letter, resume and unofficial transcript in ONE PDF document.

At Deloitte, we are all about doing business inclusively – that starts with having diverse colleagues of all abilities. Deloitte encourages applications from all qualified candidates who represent the full diversity of communities across Canada. This includes, but is not limited to, people with disabilities, candidates from Indigenous communities, and candidates from the Black community in support of living our values, creating a culture of Diversity Equity and Inclusion and our commitment to our AccessAbility Action PlanReconciliation Action Plan and the BlackNorth Initiative.

We encourage you to connect with us at accessiblecareers@deloitte.ca if you require an accommodation for the recruitment process (including alternate formats of materials, accessible meeting rooms or other accommodations). We’d love to hear from you!

By applying to this job you will be assessed against the Deloitte Global Talent Standards. We’ve designed these standards to provide our clients with a consistent and exceptional Deloitte experience globally.

Deloitte Canada has 30 offices with representation across most of the country. We acknowledge our offices reside on traditional, treaty and unceded territories as part of Turtle Island and is still home to many First Nations, Métis, and Inuit peoples. We are all Treaty people.

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