Regulatory Compliance – Senior Consultant (Sydney, NSW, AU)


  • Full Time

Job Requisition ID: 34660 

  • Flexible work arrangements – work in a way that suits you best.
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This is an exciting opportunity for a dedicated and detail-oriented individual to develop a career within the Quality & Risk group at Deloitte Australia. Audit firm independence is an area that draws attention from the regulators, the media and the public, and plays a vital role in protecting Deloitte and its reputation. We are open to candidates based in Sydney, Melbourne or Perth.


What will your typical day look like?

In this position, you will play a crucial role in ensuring the effective implementation of our business policies, delivering complex projects with competing outcomes, and collaborating with our internal teams. Your ability to interpret policies and apply them to real-world scenarios, coupled with your exceptional time management skills, will be instrumental in driving our firm’s success.

This is an internal facing role reviewing partner and staff compliance with our auditor independence framework, as part of our quality control measures. This key role reviews preliminary assessments of independence undertaken by the team and interprets the application of the policy in complex circumstances. You will assist the team with the management of independence compliance and maintaining the systems in place to support this requirement. By working with partners and staff, you will have every opportunity to develop a high profile within the firm, with opportunities for career progression for the right candidate.


About the Team
The Personal Independence team forms part of the National Quality and Risk group.  They are an interactive, fast paced team, providing critical support to the Deloitte business to ensure the firm, partners and staff comply with auditor independence requirements. The role of Personal Independence is to ensure there is an effective independence quality control framework in place to assist partners and staff with the application of independence policy, maintain operational and compliance systems, provide training, and encourage and support consultation.
Enough about us, let’s talk about you. 

Your experiences may include some of the following:

  • 3+ years prior experience in quality and risk management preferably from a large professional services firm.
  • Strong analytical skills and comfortable in interpreting and applying rules to a range of circumstances.
  • Excellent verbal and written business communication skills, including the ability to explain risk assessment findings and remediation requirements
  • Project management skills and the ability to manage various workstreams and stakeholders would be highly regarded
  • Familiarity with independence compliance and relevant regulatory frameworks highly advantageous
  • Detail-oriented mindset with a focus on accuracy and quality
  • Knowledge and understanding of financial investment products would be highly regarded.


This is provided as a guide only – please don’t let it limit you if you think you’ve got something to add to our team.

Why Deloitte? 

At Deloitte, we focus our energy on interesting and impactful work. We’re always learning, innovating and setting the standard; making a positive difference to our clients and our society. We put coaching at the heart of what we do, helping our people grow their careers in any direction – whether it be up, moving into something new, or even moving across the world.  


We embrace diversity, equity and inclusion. We have a diverse collection of people from different backgrounds, with different experiences, gender identities, abilities and thinking styles. What binds us together is a shared commitment to value everyone’s perspective and to cultivate inclusion; so that our work environment is a safe space we can all belong. 


We prioritise flexibility and choice. At Deloitte, you get trust on Day 1. We know our people get their best work done when they’re in control of where and how they work, designing their work week around their client, team and personal commitments.


We help you live and work well. To support your personal and professional life, we offer a range of perks and benefits, including retail discounts, wellbeing leave, paid volunteering days, twelve flexible working options, market-leading parental leave and return to work support package. 
Next Steps

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By applying for this job, you’ll be assessed against the Deloitte Talent Standards. We’ve designed these standards so that you can grow in your career, and we can provide our clients with a consistent and exceptional Deloitte employee experience globally. The preferred candidate will be subject to background screening by Deloitte or by their external third-party provider.

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