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Thursday, June 12, 2014

Ethics & Compliance National Records Mgr, PwC (NJ)

Ethics & Compliance National Records Manager, PricewaterhouseCooper LLP – NY

The PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) Ethics & Compliance (E&C) Office advances and fosters integrity based decision making and conduct by PwC professionals throughout our organization. We promote and monitor compliance with applicable external laws and regulations as well as internal policies and procedures, and thus help manage PwC’s regulatory, litigation and reputational risk.
E&C National Records Management, as part of the Information Protection team, is responsible nationally for driving records and data retention policy development, processes, procedures and related compliance-marketing across the firm, including Assurance and Tax Markets, Advisory Verticals, and Internal Firm Services functions.
Position/Program Requirements:
Minimum Years of Experience:5 years
Minimum Degree Required: BachelorĂ¢€™s degree
Degree Preferred: Masters in Library/Information Science or other information related field
Certifications Preferred: Certified Records Manager
Knowledge Preferred:
Demonstrates proven extensive knowledge levels of, and/or success in roles involving, the following areas, preferably pertaining to a global partnership business model within the professional consulting services industry:
Retention schedule research and development.
- Records management system software retention and legal hold components.

- Business processes and technologies related to the generation, storage, retention and disposition of hardcopy and electronic records, and associated risk and compliance factors, emphasizing the understanding of business and strategic priorities – how retention and disposition processes can be designed to drive national policies and strategy, and measure effectiveness and compliance.
Skills Preferred:
Demonstrates proven extensive abilities and/or success in roles involving the end-to-end management of Records Management compliance and monitoring programs, preferably related to an ethics and compliance-related functions within an accounting, auditing or professional services firm, which includes the following:

- Researching, developing and managing retention schedules that provide specific guidance for the Assurance, Tax, Advisory business consulting, and internal shared services functions for the retention and disposition of hardcopy and electronic records and data, emphasizing regulatory compliance requirements and firm policies

- Using Records Management software to manage retention information for hardcopy and electronic records, as well as end-to-end processing for legal holds, i.e. designing workflow for notification and authorization for retaining, setting and lifting Legal Holds.

- Developing and managing processes for the review and termination of retention.

- Monitoring and reporting compliance with retention policies at Market and Office levels

- Collaborating with Information Technology representatives and systems managers on issues regarding the management of electronic records, especially retention and disposal processes

- Advising on Information Lifecycle projects regarding the creation, use, archiving and retention of data, emphasizing collaboration with business users and Information Technology staff, and hired consultants, to determine retention periods and disposal schedules, as well as business retention requirements for hardcopy records and electronic records and information repositories

- Partnering with the Office of General Counsel on retention schedule development, including legal research assistance as needed, and application and tracking of legal holds for hardcopy and electronic records that are needed for litigation or investigations

- Collaborating with various, defined internal and matrix networks to oversee the retention and disposition processes including: data archiving and disposition, identification and inventory of electronic data repositories that include Information Technology liaisons, Market Records Managers, and related outsourced Service Partners

- Partnering with Information Protection teams on firm-wide compliance, policy, communications, and training initiatives, as well as external networks on professional activities and thought leadership

- Training Records Managers on retention policies, retention processes, and Legal Hold procedures and policies

- Achieving Information Protection/Records Management function business objectives related to client satisfaction, service delivery, compliance objectives and financial performance in all Markets.

- Managing large-scale projects and leveraging cogent oral and written business communications skills to communicate with impact and empathy, as well liaise and engage with all levels of staff and leadership to understand business issues and

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