Ethics & Compliance Program Lead

Job Responsibilities Energize your career with Westinghouse Electric Company!  Our commitment to safe, clean nuclear energy is second to none, and we're proud of our rich heritage of technical innovation and commitment to our global customers' success.  If you are interested in being a part of a company that values exceeding customer expectations and providing future generations around the globe with emission-free energy, we want to hear from you. We currently have an exciting opportunity for an Ethics & Compliance Program Lead at our Cranberry Township, PA global headquarters location.  The Ethics & Compliance Program Lead should expect to be responsible for the following: o Administer, manage and update Liaison network program to ensure its success  o Act as the E&C Subject Matter Expert for the network support o Assist in development of the Liaison network programs, policies and processes o Coordinate and manage Liaison network's projects o Develop and deliver presentations and recurring training to the network, to include policies, techniques and processes o Perform benchmarking/best practices research on Liaison networks o Maintain effective working relationships with Liaisons and relevant stakeholders to support the network o Support other training and communications related projects for E&C as needed Minimum Requirements JOB REQUIREMENTS o BS/BA degree is required. Master's degree or Law degree is a plus. o 5+ years of demonstrated experience in developing/advancing company culture through strategic partnership and consulting. o 5+ years of related professional experience in legal, compliance or human resources. o Experience leading with a successful/effective Liaison network 28272BR
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
5 - 7 years

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