Curi is committed to helping physicians in medicine, business, and life. Founded in 1975, we were built on a promise: When doctors needed help, we would answer the call. Physicians’ needs have changed over the years, but our dedication to that promise has never wavered. From medical malpractice insurance to wealth management to well-being programs, we remain passionately curious about identifying ways to meet the ever-evolving needs of physicians and those who support them.
We’re looking for an individual with strong analytical organizational and research skills to join our Corporate Compliance Department as a Corporate Compliance Coordinator. In this role, you will help us with numerous and varied corporate activities for a multi-company insurance group, with the objective of ensuring compliance while assisting the organization in accomplishing its business objectives.
- Assist with ensuring compliance with applicable anti-money laundering (AML) and Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) regulations, via regular monitoring and analysis of relevant databases, and assistance in the development of corporate procedures and policies.
- Assist with administration of the organization’s Privacy and Security Program and Fraud, Waste, and Abuse Program, including but not limited to preparing and conducting new hire training, supporting the Manager of Corporate Compliance in drafting/updating policies and administering annual training, assisting with identifying and mitigating company-wide risks, and preparing/reviewing business associate agreements.
- Identify and Handle escheated and abandoned property in coordination with the accounting group, including preparing notices to tracking responses and communicating with the appropriate property owners and State Treasurer.
- Monitor bulletins, orders, and notices from regulatory agencies for activity relevant to the organization’s business strategy and share such information with the Manager of Corporate Compliance for further notification to various business units within the organization.
- Other duties as assigned by the Manager of Corporate Compliance or Compliance Officer.
- Bachelor’s Degree and a minimum of three years of relevant experience, or equivalent combination of education/experience.
- Experience with corporate governance, corporate compliance and/or regulatory research is preferred. Paralegal certification preferred.
- Strong analytical, organizational, and research skill
- Effective written and oral communication skills
- Ability to think critically and resolve problems of varying complexity
- Ability to perform under minimal levels of supervision
- Strong work ethic and self-motivated
- Above-average knowledge of Microsoft Office suite of products
- Ability to learn various and multiple electronic regulatory and compliance reporting systems and processes