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Organization: Corporate Functions/Legal
Location: US negotiable
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People in the Corporate Function contribute to the running of Accenture as a high- performance business through specialization within a specific functional area, and grow into internally focused roles by deepening their skills and/or developing new skills within an internal functional area.
Legal and Commercial Services professionals deliver and coordinate legal, contract and commercial advice and counsel in support of Accenture's or our clients' business, working to manage and mitigate risk and ensure ethical behavior and compliance with laws and company policies.
The Anticorruption Counsel plays a key role in promoting Accenture’s compliance with global and local anticorruption laws, regulations and Accenture policies, with the goal of protecting the assets and reputation of Accenture.
The Anticorruption Counsel supports the Managing Anticorruption Counsel – Senior Anticorruption Counsel of Anticorruption with the implementation and management of Accenture’s anticorruption compliance program and serves as a subject matter expert on anticorruption laws. The Anticorruption Counsel helps the Legal team and the business understand the anticorruption compliance program.
The Anticorruption Counsel will coordinate with and leverage expertise from all teams within CORE, Global Contracting, Contract Management, and outside counsel, as necessary.
Implements and manages Accenture’s anticorruption compliance program (Leadership; Standards & Controls; Training & Communication; Auditing, Monitoring & Response; and Risk Assessments).
Drives the implementation of Accenture’s anticorruption compliance program initiatives, including:
Development and delivery of anticorruption compliance training;
Development, review and implementation of anticorruption policies and internal controls;
Planning and drafting anticorruption compliance communications with internal stakeholders;
Working with senior management and outside counsel to conduct risk assessments, recommend improvements to the anticorruption compliance program, and support the implementation of adopted recommendations; and,
Working with internal stakeholders to build anticorruption compliance and monitoring tools to help Accenture executives flag, escalate and mitigate corruption risks.
Provides objective, focused, practical advice and solutions to Accenture businesses and Legal Professionals regarding compliance with anticorruption laws, Accenture’s Code of Business Ethics, Accenture’s anticorruption policies (Policies 0150 and 1327), and all other related policies.
Collaborates with Legal colleagues and the business to identify, analyze and mitigate anticorruption risks;
Collaborates with Legal Mergers & Acquisitions colleagues and Corporate Development to identify, analyze and mitigate substantive anticorruption law issues;
Collaborates with CORE colleagues to: (a) provide thought leadership for Accenture’s anticorruption compliance efforts generally by staying abreast of compliance industry best practices and changes in laws and regulations, and (b) assist in the development of related policies to address business and legal requirements;
Conducts localized training on anticorruption law issues;
Responds to and helps manage internal audits and internal investigations related to anticorruption law issues;
Assists Litigation & Disputes to respond to government inquires or investigations related to anticorruption law issues;
Provides additional support, and assumes additional responsibilities, as may be directed by the Managing Anticorruption Counsel – Senior Anticorruption Counsel of Anticorruption; and,
Operates in a cost-effective manner consistent with relevant Accenture policies.
Reports to: Managing Anticorruption Counsel – Senior Anticorruption Counsel of Anticorruption
Relationships: Global Ethics & Compliance Team, other CORE and Non- Contracting legal teams, Global Contracting Team, Contract Management, Legal M&A team, other subject matter experts, outside counsel
Work Requirements: Some travel required at times, but with the ability to work with and manage resources remotely
Education: JD or equivalent law degree (based on geography) required
Work Experience: Minimum of 5 years of experience as an anticorruption law attorney
Deep knowledge of anticorruption laws and regulatory systems around the world;
Deep knowledge of compliance and ethics framework for global corporations in connection with anticorruption law issues and programs;
Extensive experience developing anticorruption compliance programs, including preparing policies and internal controls; conducting anticorruption training; responding to government investigations; and drafting and reviewing contracts;
Good judgment, an ability to prioritize and make decisions, and a high level of common sense, including the ability to see around the corner and spot risks before they materialize;
Good business acumen, knowledge of Accenture’s business strategy (or similar business strategy at another company if experienced hire);
Ability to synthesize complex legal analysis into clear recommendations;
Good executive presence and the ability to work effectively with the senior business leaders at Accenture, partners from law firms;
Strong writing and negotiation skills; and,
Fluent in English; Proficiency in an additional geographically relevant language is preferred.
Demonstrated leadership in professional setting; either military or civilian
Demonstrated teamwork and collaboration in a professional setting; either military or civilian
As required by Colorado law under the Equal Pay for Equal Work Act, Accenture provides a reasonable range of compensation for roles that may be hired in Colorado. Actual compensation is influenced by a wide array of factors including but not limited to skill set, level of experience, and specific office location. For the state of Colorado only, the range of starting pay for this role is$119,880 - $227,600 and information on benefits offered is here.
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