RELX Group Compliance Investigator in Dayton, Ohio

Compliance Investigator

Category: Legal

Location: Dayton, Ohio, United States

Additional Locations:

Alpharetta, Georgia, United States

Oversee the coordination, management and completion of investigations of violations and alleged violations of the RELX Code of Ethics and Business Conduct and other matters that raise ethical or legal concerns, with a primary focus on financial impropriety, criminal conduct, or senior employees. Responsibilities include conducting investigations of matters within the responsibility of the RELX Compliance Group; assisting as needed in investigations conducted in whole or part by others such as human resources, internal audit, legal and security teams.

Key Responsibilities Main responsibilities include but are not limited to the following:

Conduct Investigations

? Develop investigation plans to conduct accurate, thorough and timely investigations of alleged employee wrongdoing, with the focus being on matters raising concerns of significant financial impropriety, criminal conduct and/or senior officer

? Gather and preserve records relevant to reports of violations, and search, review, and evaluate those records as part of the investigation process.

? Prepare for and conduct interviews of reporters, witnesses and accused wrongdoers

? Carefully analyze evidence uncovered during investigations.

? Prepare clear and concise written reports to effectively communicate findings and make recommendations of corrective action when wrongdoing is uncovered.

? Ensure that corrective action is implemented in a timely manner. Support Investigations by Others

? As needed support all phases of internal/administrative investigations carried out by internal groups such as HR, internal audit, and security teams into allegations of misconduct relating to involving employees at all levels

? Coaches, guides, manages and supervises other investigators in a manner that ensures that all investigative efforts of RELX are performed professionally, consistent with Company policies and procedures and with the expediency consistent with the facts and circumstances of each case.

Internal Working Relationships

? Members of the RE and business unit Compliance Committees, Legal Departments, Human Recourse Departments, Corporate Audit Services and Reed Elsevier Technology Services

? Managers of all levels

? Employees who initiate or are the subject of or witness to alleged wrongdoing External Working Relationships

? Outside counsel, accountants, forensics firms and other experts retained to conduct or advise on investigations.

RELX Group is a world-leading provider of information solutions for professional customers across industries. We help scientists make new discoveries, lawyers win cases, doctors save lives, and executives forge commercial relationships with their clients. We help insurance groups offer customers lower prices by assessing risk better, and save taxpayers and consumers money by enabling governments and financial groups to detect fraud. RELX Group employs approximately 29,000 employees and is present in more than 250 locations in 34 countries. Our customers are using our products every day to advance science, improve medical outcomes, enable better legal decisions, evaluate risk, forge business relationships and gain business insight. We put the highest priority on recruiting, developing and retaining outstanding people. Our managers are directly responsible for the development of their people. We recognize and reward achievement. We enjoy what we do and we celebrate success. We empower our people to maximize their potential and contribution. We respect our people and believe in open and honest communication. We behave in an ethical and principled manner. We are an employer of choice, attracting and developing talented and creative people who thrive in a challenging and fast-paced environment. We offer an excellent compensation and benefits package as well as a real opportunity for career growth in a growing organization. RELX Group is an equal opportunity employer: qualified applicants are considered for and treated during employment without regard to race, color, creed, religion, sex, national origin, citizenship status, disability status, protected veteran status, age, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, or any other characteristic protected by law. If a qualified individual with a disability or disabled veteran needs a reasonable accommodation to use or access our online system, that individual should please contact 1.877.734.1938 or

? Experience as an investigator, preferably either in an auditing, data security, or human resources function; Certified Fraud Examiner (?CFE?) license or other Compliance certification a plus.

? Familiarity with and understanding of corporate compliance programs and related obligations ? Relevant experience in conducting and overseeing workplace investigations of staff/employees, with a demonstrated expert knowledge, understanding and experience in conducting and supervising investigations of misconduct.

? Demonstrated respect of the due process principles in a misconduct investigation and a proven ability to deal with strictly confidential matters that require a high degree of discretion.

? Demonstrated ability to problem-solve with a high level of interpersonal skills to work proactively across functional and organizational lines, function effectively across different levels of the organization and diverse stakeholders, possess a positive attitude and have a proven track record of working well with others at all levels, including with peers and subordinates.

? Excellent organizational skills and the ability to prioritize, organize and multi-task, including a demonstrated ability to manage and direct a large number of investigative activities ongoing simultaneously and distinguish among decisions that require senior management input, consultation or participation.

? An analytical thinker with decisive judgment in analyzing legal, investigative and operational matters systematically, gathering broad and balanced input, drawing sound evidence-based conclusions and translating conclusions into timely decisions and actions.

? Knowledge of the attorney-client privilege and work product rule, as well as the requirements of litigation discovery preferred

? Willingness and ability to travel internationally

Skills / Experience

? Strong interviewing and analytic skills

? Sound attention to detail and accuracy

? Highly honed listening and problem solving ability

? Ability to communicate effectively, with strong and clear writing skills

? Experience with multi-national organizations

? High degree of integrity, discretion and confidentiality

? Strong interpersonal skills, ability to work with employees of all levels with confidence and diplomacy