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Third Party Risk Management (TRPM) Gateway Center of Excellence (CoE) Analyst

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DeloitteSacramento, CA
  • Are you passionate about risk management, third party due diligence, & federal regulatory policy compliance?
  • The Third Party Risk Management (TPRM) Gateway Center of Excellence (CoE) oversees the Deloitte U.S. Firms' third party due diligence process by enabling various risk domains (e.g., Anti-Corruption, Independence and Conflicts Network, Vendor Cyber Security) to perform their respective due diligence processes.
  • The Analyst will work with a network of risk & compliance groups, third party representatives, firm leadership, and engagement teams on Deloitte's third party risk management program.
  • Respond to user queries and work with risk & compliance groups to process third party submissions
  • Analyze data within the TPRM Gateway for the purposes of reporting and other various diligence activities on all third parties of Deloitte U.S. Firms
  • Execute system queries against defined objectives and for overall process health and anomaly detection
  • Gain basic knowledge and understanding of Deloitte U.S. third party due diligence policies and guidelines, as well as working knowledge and proficiency in various risk & compliance group compliance processes and monitoring functions
  • Provide analytics support related to reporting TPRM Gateway system metrics around performance of third party diligence efforts
  • Liaise with the TPRM Gateway stakeholders on third party due diligence matters and system requests
  • Effectively communicate and coordinate with team, peers, Partners, Principals, or Managing Directors
  • Proactively troubleshoot issues and exercise discretion when management support may be necessary to resolve an issue
  • Apply sound judgement and comply with firm policies on handling sensitive and confidential data
  • Assist management in identifying and mitigating compliance risks, enhancing and implementing compliance monitoring efforts and fostering a compliance culture; where appropriate, propose process improvements and enhancements
  • Independently manage workload and priorities with limited oversight
  • Ability to critically and objectively analyze problems and facilitate solutions
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office applications, particularly Excel, Access, and PowerPoint
  • Experience in data analysis within Excel (e.g., Formulae, Pivot tables)
  • Ability to develop and follow directions with a high degree of accuracy and attention to detail
  • Ability to manage ambiguity and adapt to expanding and varying technology solutions and processes
  • Flexibility in working on several processes or projects simultaneously to meet team goals and responsibilities
  • Exceptional written and verbal communication skills
  • Bachelor's degree in accounting, finance, business or related field
  • Experience in compliance, risk assessments, investigations, or other forensic reviews, or experience as external auditor including internal controls design and implementation testing
  • Experience working with databases in the following platforms is a plus: SQL server, Access, Oracle, DB2, MySQL
  • Experience working on data analytics projects that included data mining, query development, data quality assessments, and/or statistical analysis is a plus
  • Must be legally authorized to work in the United States without the need for employer sponsorship, now or at any time in the future.
  • How you will grow
  • At Deloitte, we have invested a great deal to create a rich environment in which our professionals can learn and grow.
  • We want all of our people to develop in their own way, playing to their own strengths as they hone their leadership skills.
  • We provide our professionals with a variety of learning and networking opportunities-including exposure to leaders, sponsors, coaches, and challenging assignments-to help accelerate their careers.
  • No two people learn in exactly the same way.
  • So, we provide a range of resources including live classrooms, team-based learning, and eLearning.
  • DU: The Leadership Center in India, our state-of-the-art, world-class learning Center in the Hyderabad offices is an extension of the Deloitte University (DU) in Westlake, Texas, and represents a tangible symbol of our commitment to our people's growth and development.
  • Explore DU: The Leadership Center in India
  • From developing a stand out resume to putting your best foot forward in the interview, we want you to feel prepared and confident as you explore opportunities at Deloitte.
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  • At Deloitte, we know that great people make a great organization.
  • We value our people and offer employees a broad range of benefits.
  • Learn more about what working at Deloitte can mean for you.
  • Our people and culture
  • Our diverse, equitable, and inclusive culture empowers our people to be who they are, contribute their unique perspectives, and make a difference individually and collectively.
  • It enables us to leverage different ideas and perspectives, and bring more creativity and innovation to help solve our client most complex challenges.
  • This makes Deloitte one of the most rewarding places to work.
  • Learn more about our inclusive culture.
  • From entry-level employees to senior leaders, we believe there's always room to learn.
  • We offer opportunities to build new skills, take on leadership opportunities and connect and grow through mentorship.
  • From on-the-job learning experiences to formal development programs, our professionals have a variety of opportunities to continue to grow throughout their career.
  • As used in this posting, "Deloitte" means Deloitte LLP. Please see www.
  • for a detailed description of the legal structure of Deloitte LLP and its subsidiaries.
  • All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability or protected veteran status, or any other legally protected basis, in accordance with applicable law.
  • Deloitte will consider for employment all qualified applicants, including those with criminal histories, in a manner consistent with the requirements of applicable state and local laws.
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  • Requisition code: 66994

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