Risk & Compliance Specialist - Tenders Global

Risk & Compliance Specialist

Danish Refugee Council





In this role, you will have the opportunity to make a meaningful impact and contribute to DRC’s anti-aid diversion work while helping us maintain a diverse and inclusive workplace. You will work to fulfil responsibilities as global lead for several DRC compliance and anti-aid diversion related policies. In so doing, you will provide essential support towards DRC’s firm commitment to humanitarian principles, accountability, and integrity in relation to compliance requirements.

Your main duties and responsibilities will, among other tasks, require that you:

  • Act as global lead for anti-corruption and anti-fraud, anti-terrorism, vetting, sanctions policy areas, including the provision of related tools, guidance, roll-out, awareness-raising, communication, and training resources
  • Pursue the further development of policies in, for example, the areas of Third-Party risk management, money laundering, modern slavery, and human trafficking
  • Provide expert knowledge, advice and support to management and key staff, as well as contribute to external audit processes
  • Contribute directly or indirectly to the development and provision of compliance solutions in pursuit of DRC’s strategic objectives
  • Support engagement and advocacy with donors and other external actors
  • Build strong professional network with management and key internal as well as external stakeholders and counterparts
  • When possible, represent DRC in external integrity, accountability, risk, and compliance fora

About you:

  • If you have a relevant master’s degree and a passion for anti-aid diversion, then you are encouraged to apply.
  • You must also have excellent communication and written and verbal English language skills (native/bilingual proficiency).

Moreover, we also expect you to meet the following criteria:


  • Strong understanding of anti-aid diversion in the humanitarian sector
  • Consistent ability to act as trusted adviser and business partner
  • Ability to work independently and in a team environment backed by strong teamwork skills
  • Unwavering ethics & integrity in an often-times demanding work environment
  • Excellent stakeholder management, and interpersonal skills supported by ability to establish and maintain strong professional relationships in a diverse and inclusive work environment
  • Excellent analytical skills, attention to detail, and problem-solving skills
  • Highly motivated and proven ability to plan, sequence and prioritise tasks and meet deadlines
  • Advanced user of Microsoft Office


  • Experience with the development, roll-out, and provision of policy, procedures, tools, guidance, and training resources
  • Previous experience in the international humanitarian and/or development sector
  • Arabic, Danish, French, and/or Spanish language skills (limited working proficiency or above)
  • Certified Fraud Examiner
  • Exposure to audit, external due diligence, and donor relations
  • Previous experience working with data analytics for fraud prevention, detection, and response
  • Experience in a leadership role
  • Exhibit a commitment to diversity and inclusion and the ability to work effectively with diverse teams

Source: https://job.drc.ngo/jobs/job?id=169530




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