Lead Compliance Analyst


Seeking a detailed person who is able to take a complex situation, research the details, and turn it into clear, succinct communication for review.

At Ameritas, fulfilling life is what we do daily. We continuously strive to help our customers and employees enjoy life at its very best by reducing uncertainty, helping grow assets and protecting what is most cherished. We're here to help people put worry behind and the future ahead and help enable a life that's rich in family, happiness, health, and financial security. When lives are fulfilled, our mission is fulfilled.

The Lead Compliance Analyst is responsible for ensuring legal and regulatory compliance, by maintaining responsive and collaborative relationships with internal and/or external business partners. This position utilizes regulatory knowledge to review processes and implements solutions to resolve complex problems.

What you do

* Review and respond to internal and external correspondence, grievances, or inquiries.
* Collaborate and coordinate with internal stakeholders to investigate and respond timely to internal and external correspondence, grievances, or inquiries.
* Make recommendations to mitigate regulatory risk.
* Gathers information from internal stakeholders and submits regulatory reports to external parties.
* Reviews, advises, and provides guidance to business partners regarding index annuity suitability and proposed advertisements.
* Conducts business practice reviews as needed and/or addresses concerns as they arise.
* Serves as subject matter expert for inquiries, investigations, and/or risk review.
* Communicate with internal and external business partners to promote their understanding and compliance with regulatory requirements, policies, and procedures.
* Maintain and promote an awareness of regulatory changes affecting the business; implementing necessary revisions; and informing appropriate internal/external parties.
* Accountable for certain department projects that may impact the enterprise.

What you bring

* Bachelor's Degree or equivalent experience required
* 2-4 years related experience required
* Juris Doctorate could be helpful but not required
* Execptional writing communication skills

What we offer

* Our company motto is "Fulfilling Life" and we take that job seriously, with a heavy commitment to volunteering and community support, employee well-being, and providing quality products and services that help our customers create a brighter future.
* Being a mutual-based organization, the return on our investment goes back into the company, to benefit our members/customers.
* We're committed to professional development, opportunity, inclusion and diversity. Team building and collaboration are also priorities.
* A total rewards package with all the comprehensive health and welfare benefits you'd expect, including competitive pay and incentives, 401(k), flexible work schedules and time off to care for yourself and others.
* Additional popular benefits, including tuition reimbursement, and student loan repayment, an incentivized well-being program, adoption assistance, paid time off for volunteering, training and career development opportunities.

An Equal Opportunity Employer

Ameritas has a reputation as a company that cares, and because everyone should feel safe bringing their authentic, whole self to work, we're committed to an inclusive culture and diverse workplace, enriched by our individual differences. We are an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer that hires based on qualifications, positive attitude and exemplary work ethic, regardless of sex, race, color, national origin, religion, age, disability, veteran status, genetic information, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity or any other characteristic protected by law.

Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Protected Veterans/Disabled

Job ID: 7122

Posted 22 days ago

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