Compliance Resourcing Officer (CRO)
Purpose of the role:
The CRO is principally responsible for managing, monitoring and maintaining candidate compliance data in order to support business growth, through ensuring candidates are compliant. This is achieved through working with group stakeholders, in particular the sales team, to help deliver an effective pipeline of candidates for the businesses within the group. The CRO is also responsible for ensuring that the candidate compliance processes are managed to the highest standards required by the group and relevant third party stakeholders such as the client schools and nurseries. Ultimately, the CRO is to ensure the 'time to hire' performance for compliance meets the Group's requirements by ensuring that the sales team have a strong pipeline and consistent approach to candidate clearance.
Report to Regional Manager & Business Director
Maintain an up to date working knowledge of the company's database and processes.
Work to the guidelines of the company's compliance programme and policies.
Be knowledgeable of and work confidently with the internal training programme for education compliance laws and regulations.
Support relevant company employees in ongoing education of the company's compliance policies and procedures to ensure that the company maintains the highest levels of compliance at all times.
Help ensure that all office compliance systems and procedures are kept up to date so that regular reviews can be undertaken.
Carry out compliance audits of potential and existing candidates to ensure that the business remains compliant to industry standards as defined by the business, government, the DfE, REC and GDPR.
Ensure that all relevant documentation and information is processed correctly and in a timely manner.
Collate and provide reports and management information date.
Recording risks and breaches.
To help resource candidates for the sales team.
To have a full working knowledge of the processes and systems used to ensure a steady flow of candidates to the sales team.
To have a full, working appreciation of the resourcing requirements of the business and the processes required.
A minimum of 1 years' experience in compliance or education recruitment, and to include a proven track record of compliance administration.
Have a working knowledge of government guidelines in relation to education sector compliance.
Prior experience implementing and administering a compliance programme.
The ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts and draw supported conclusions.
The ability to anticipate potential issues and proactively respond.
Have strong oral / written communication and presentation skills.
Work with accuracy and attention to detail.
Be able to use own initiative, judgement and discretion.
Accept accountability for role.
Strong administration skills.