Counsel, Integrity Compliance Specialist Intern at The World Bank, Washington, DC (USA)
The Integrity Vice Presidency is hiring a Counsel, Integrity Compliance Specialist Intern to assist in reviewing sanctions cases. The role requires experience in integrity compliance, strong analytical skills, teamwork, and good judgment. Skill level and quality are crucial for selection.
Duties and Accountabilities in Counsel, Integrity Compliance Specialist Intern
The level and quality of these skills will be a determining factor in selection for the position. Working under the direction and guidance of, and reporting to, the Integrity Compliance Officer, the duties and accountabilities of the Compliance Specialist will include, but will not be limited to, the following:
- Reviewing sanctioned entities’ corporate integrity compliance programs (ICPs); recommending enhancements to ICPs; assessing the effectiveness of ICP implementation; and assisting the Integrity Compliance Officer in discussions with sanctioned entities regarding their ICPs;
- Assisting the Integrity Compliance Officer in connection with, or in anticipation of, cases under settlement discussions with INT that include potential integrity compliance conditions;
- Drafting high-quality documents in connection with the review of sanctioned entities’ ICPs, and/or related policies and procedures;
- Contributing to INTIC outreach efforts, including assisting with the design and delivery of briefing and training materials and programs for World Bank staff and selected external audiences;
- Monitoring developments and researching and analyzing legislative and other developments in the integrity compliance field; and
- Performing any other tasks necessary for INTIC’s successful operation, as per the direction of the Integrity Compliance Officer.
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- Post-graduate law degree (JD, LLM, or equivalent);
- Admission to the Bar (or equivalent) in at least one jurisdiction;
- A minimum of five (5) years of relevant, primarily post-graduate, experience (experience with international organization, leading international law firm or national government is highly desirable);
- Proven experience in the integrity compliance field, with extensive knowledge of state-of-the-art ICPs and the ability to review and comment on ICPs; multi-jurisdictional experience within multiple business sectors and business types, as well as in developing countries, would be a plus;
- Knowledge of sanctions procedures and processes, including those of the World Bank and/or other international financing institutions would be a plus;
- Strong analytical and problem-solving skills, with a demonstrated ability to anticipate, identify and analyze legal and policy issues and propose sound, reliable and creative solutions;
- Proven ability to clearly and concisely prepare, present, discuss and defend findings and recommendations at senior levels, as well as to produce complex and compelling written work products, including during times of heavy workload, and on very short notice or tight deadlines;
- Proven ability to work in interdisciplinary task teams/working groups across organizational boundaries, including with senior officials, both internally and externally;
- Excellent interpersonal skills, including a proven ability to deal sensitively in multicultural environments and build effective working relationships with colleagues;
- Established reputation for integrity, sound judgment, fairness and discretion in dealings internally and externally.
- Highly organized, highly dependable and responsible, and highly attentive to detail;
- Willingness and flexibility to undertake mission travel, as required; and
- Fluency in oral and written English; proficiency in the following languages is highly desirable: Chinese, French, and/or Spanish. Applicants will be tested.
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