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|Posted26/03/2021||Job Title||Salary / Daily RateNegotiable||LocationKilkenny||TypePermanent|
|Posted25/03/2021||Job Title||Salary / Daily RateNegotiable||LocationDublin||TypeContract|
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This includes regulatory requirements such as policy and law, as well as monitoring internal policies, ensuring the successful integration and performance of these policies with the company.
Compliance, as a skill, has become more desirable in recent years, and the need for this skill has seen consistent growth following the economic difficulties faced globally. Companies continue to invest in compliance specialists to illuminate risk of poor practices and ensure they are keeping up to date with ever changing rules and regulations, assisting them with the avoidance of any penalties which could be faced if they are not up to date with the protocol.
The skill requires a high level of attention to detail with an analytic mind, as assessments of the industry and the regulations that affect it should be constantly monitored and evaluated for risk, to allow the company to adapt its practices before threats can affect it.
Jobs that require compliance include:
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