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Compliance Officer

Indianapolis, IN
  • Expired: January 13, 2023. Applications are no longer accepted.

Position Goals:

Complete selected Compliance Department functions and assist in maintaining the overall company Compliance Management System (CMS).

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

    1. Assist in maintaining the Compliance Program by serving as a compliance contact for Line One business units.
    2. Assist the Compliance Manager as needed with annual Compliance Risk Assessment.
    3. Assist with periodic DFI, FDIC and CFPB regulatory examinations and reviews by Internal or External Audit.
    4. Serve as resource for Line One consumer compliance questions related to individual subject matter expertise (Loan, Deposit, Fair Lending, Marketing, Digital, Regulatory Change, Complaints, Compliance Monitoring, etc.).
    5. Maintain the expected level of consumer compliance knowledge, as well as selected other laws and regulations as assigned.
    6. Assist with the regulatory change management process by providing input on changes in laws or regulations and consulting with Line One business units to assist them in implementing the changes.
    7. Assist in compliance training on-site when necessary for new rules, or correcting identified deficiencies related to individual subject matter expertise.
    8. Serve as consultant and compliance subject matter expert when needed for projects implementing new compliance-related procedures and software, including providing clear, written risk assessments and assisting with change management
    9. Assist the Compliance Manager with maintaining the Company’s Compliance Program Policy.
    10. Work with the Chief Compliance Officer and/or the Compliance Manager as needed to prepare Compliance Committee reports.

    In addition to the above, the Fair Banking Compliance Officer will be responsible for the following:

    1. Perform ongoing Fair Lending analysis related to redlining, denial or fallout, steering, pricing, etc.
    2. Assist with annual Fair Lending Risk Assessment.
    3. Providing oversight and mentoring to the Compliance Analyst(s).

    In addition to the above, the Digital Banking Compliance Officer will be responsible for the following:

    1. Dedicated compliance resource for Digital Banking as the Bank grows and matures that delivery channel.
    2. Provide compliance subject matter expertise to Digital Banking initiatives related to product, function, and impact on internal policies and procedures related to the Digital space.

    Position Requirements:

    Education -       High school diploma or equivalent (GED)

    Experience -     A minimum of three (3) years of experience as a bank Compliance professional or two (2) years of experience as a legal professional.

    Other -              Experience effectively presenting information in a group setting.


    Preferred Requirements:

    Associates or bachelor’s degree.

    Current Certified Regulatory Compliance Manager (CRCM) certification.

    Experience as a bank Compliance officer, including familiarity with consumer compliance regulations, testing, monitoring, risk assessments, and acting as a point of contact for compliance-related questions.

    Experience working at mid-sized bank with assets in excess of $10 billion.



    Indianapolis, IN
    46290 USA



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