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Coca-Cola Company Hiring Compliance Officer

Company Overview

Coca-Cola Beverages Africa is the largest African Coca-Cola bottler, accounting for 40% of all Coca-Cola volumes on the continent.  CCBA is a market leader in the NARTD non-alcoholic ready to drink market in Africa. CCBA has an extensive footprint in Africa, employing approximately 14 000 employees in Africa, with over 2000 employees in Kenya

Key Purpose Statement 

The Compliance Officer will be responsible for ensuring adherence to Company Polices across the operations as well as evaluate the Risk and Control Environment of the Company. 

The Compliance Officer will be responsible for ensuring adherence to Company Polices across the operations as well as evaluate the Risk and Control Environment of the Company. 

Key Duties & Responsibilities

1. Internal Controls and Reporting:

  • Steer compliance operations to facilitate a more robust and proficient approach, reduce fraud and ensure control gaps are closed.
  • Maintain standard operating practices SOPs, and ensure alignment of compliance-related policies, controls and processes; provide input to the development of SOPs as required
  • Conduct quarterly Risk and Control Matrix  and Controls Self-Assessment  testing.
  • Monitor and manage performance against each RACM and CSA control, review audit findings and monitor actions implemented to close out gaps and correct deviations identified
  • Implement and monitor changes and new controls introduced, and ensure changes are embedded into the operations
  • Update and review RACM narratives cross functionally to align these to business processes and RACM requirements
  • Proactively reduce risks and enhance compliance detection concerns by driving alignment across functions in terms of system adaptation and implementation
  • Investigate and propose amendments to current systems, and/or implement new systems that reduce risk in the operational environment
  • Review System Segregation of Duties and design mitigations to minimise risk
  • Conduct whistle-blow and fraud investigations in-country in an unbiased and independent manner while maintaining total confidentiality and following the required process
  • Perform spot checks and surprise checks to ensure compliance at all times
  • Generate regular reports as may be required from time to time for review by the Compliance manager for onward reporting.

2. Internal and  External Audit:

  • Review audit requests and the allocation of information requests to applicable process owners; guide auditors and the operations to ensure the smooth running of audits within the allocated time period.
  • Collate and submit requested information to internal and external auditors to assess compliance to internal controls
  • Review, analyse and interpret key audit findings and associated action plans for the country to adequately mitigate the identified risk; investigate and escalate findings or issues as applicable
  • Drive closure of audit findings to mitigate further risk to the in-country business
  • Adhere to the country governance calendar and fulfil the activities throughout the year

3. Risk and Governance Capability environment:

  • Promote a culture of risk awareness and clear accountability throughout the organisation
  • Provide input into the development of training content to improve internal control and governance capabilities across the business
  • Ensure the organisation’s risks and liabilities are highlighted and reviewed through continuous update and review of the country risk registers

4. Relationship Management:

  • Build and maintain collaborative relationships with multiple customers and stakeholders in-country; understand needs and operating contexts, and manage expectations
  • Actively contribute to a knowledge-sharing culture within the country compliance team
  • Communicate openly with the Compliance Community of Practice to share information
  • Apply effective problem-solving methods to find workable solutions to issues
  • Interact at all levels internal and external to resolve issues constructively


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