A Compliance Officer is responsible for ensuring a company’s practices are compliant with any relevant laws, regulations and licensing requirements. They advise key stakeholders on a range of matters including compliance; auditing; health and safety; financial and other types of risk, and legislation.
Although qualifications are not essential, employers may prefer candidates with formal qualifications in compliance or a bachelor degree in a relevant field.
Complete a relevant qualification. This could be a Certificate IV in Compliance and Risk Management, or a Diploma of Quality Auditing.
Explore opportunities to further your career and skills by undertaking a bachelor degree majoring in a relevant field such as law, finance or economics.
- Detail Orientated
- Problem Solving
- Conflict Management
- Risk Assessment
- Written Communicator
Career progression in this field can lead to other roles such as:
- Police Officer
- Senior Compliance Officer/Manager
- Regulatory Affairs