Current Openings

Corporate Development Assistant

Company:          Chartwell is one of North America’s preeminent providers of federal and state regulatory compliance consulting to money services, payments, and financial technology businesses entering or expanding into regulated areas of North America. The company also services banks and institutional investors. Chartwell’s employees are home‐based and spread throughout the U.S.

Place of Work:  Work will be conducted from home and include 25%-30% travel (fluctuating / time of year dependent for conferences and the like).

Target Start:      Immediate.

Base Salary:       Dependent on experience.

Requirements:

  • U.S. citizenship or permanent residency.
  • At least 7 years of sales or executive assistant experience.
  • High self‐initiative abilities.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • A strong aesthetic touch for sales proposal assembly.
  • Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.
  • Quick, efficient, highly organized, and able to get up to speed rapidly.
  • At ease multi‐tasking under deadlines and working outside comfort zone.
  • Strong networking abilities for conference attendance.
  • Excited about working in a small but established company with an entrepreneurial spirit.
  • Desired But Not Required: experience with financial technology (“Fintech”), third‐party payment processors, and money services businesses.

Main Duties:

  • The position will report directly to the CEO, and the role will be not dissimilar to an executive assistant however with a sales-based focus.
  • The individual will be responsible for all sales tracking and coordination of follow-ups with pipeline sales prospects as a result of:
    • Direct reach outs (telephonic or email) from the CEO;
    • Cold call reach outs from the CEO;
    • Any introductions and subsequent correspondence between the CEO and sales prospects.
    • Any other avenues that involve the CEO making and maintaining contact with sales prospects.
  • Responsible for managing the entire Chartwell sales pipeline from all sales activity derived from the avenues above.
  • Responsible for managing all the CEOs sales follow-ups relating to sales activity: reach outs, new sales, up sales, and any related activity that needs follow-up by the CEO.
  • Responsible for coordinating sales meetings on behalf of the CEO.
  • Responsible for coordinating sales meetings and working closely with the Corporate Services Director for any conference meeting scheduling.
  • Assist in proposal drafting and assembly.
  • Any activity related to sales as defined and requested by the CEO.
  • Assist with cultivating new business with existing and new clients – conference networking.
  • Ad Hoc contributions to other areas in the Company. e.g., identifying future hires, updating and building testing workpapers, contributing to Chartwell’s internal Compass publication, etc.

To apply for this position, email careers@chartwellcompliance.com.

Fintech Compliance Assistant Director

Company:          Chartwell is one of North America’s preeminent providers of federal and state regulatory compliance consulting to money services, payments, and financial technology businesses entering or expanding into regulated areas of North America. The company also services banks and institutional investors. Chartwell’s employees are home‐based and spread throughout the U.S.

Place of Work:  Work will be conducted from home and include 40% -70% travel (fluctuating / time of year dependent).

Target Start:      Immediate.

Base Salary:       Dependent on experience.

Certifications:   CAMS, CRCM, CCCS, CCBCO, CFE and related are preferred, but not required.

Requirements:

  • U.S. citizenship or permanent residency;
  • At least 10 years of AML compliance related experience;
  • Experience with financial technology (“FINTECH”), third‐party payment processors, and money services businesses;
  • Prior consulting experience or experience in internal compliance reviews or audits;
  • High self‐initiative and strong group leadership abilities;
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills;
  • Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint;
  • Quick, efficient, highly organized, and able to get up to speed rapidly;
  • At ease multi‐tasking under deadlines and working outside comfort zone;
  • Excited about working in a small but established company with an entrepreneurial spirit; and
  • Plusses, but not required: experience with virtual currency, NY 504, deposit, non‐U.S. AML and regulatory compliance, lending, and mortgage regulations applicable to banks, AML Banking, fraud prevention, consumer compliance, state MSB licensing, and financial safety and soundness.

Main Duties:

  • Conduct independent reviews, on and off site, and diagnostic assessments of BSA/AML/OFAC compliance, issue written reports and workpapers, and communicate results with customers;
  • Identify potential compliance risks and recommend resolutions and/or escalate to appropriate individuals to determine if further investigation is necessary; Develop test scripts corresponding to scope of the testing engagement and business expectations;
  • Collaborate with business lines to develop remediation plans to resolve control weaknesses identified through testing;
  • Track and validate the implementation of remedial actions submitted by the remedial actions owners to verify that issues were remediated; follow up as necessary;
  • Monitor regulatory activities and industry developments to identify trends and emerging issues that may impact the clients and may require changes to the compliance testing program;
  • Build, enhance or localize compliance programs including BSA/AML/OFAC risk assessments, KYC, policies, procedures, internal controls, and transaction monitoring and watchlist systems;
  • Provide compliance training;
  • Perform AML model validation;
  • Assist clients with day-to-day compliance requirements;
  • Serve as subject matter expert to customers;
  • Assist with cultivating new business with existing and new clients, participating in proposal development, and networking;
  • Ad Hoc contributions to other areas in the Company. e.g., identifying future hires, updating and building testing workpapers, contributing to Chartwell’s internal Compass publication, etc.

To apply for this position, email careers@chartwellcompliance.com.