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KPMG is currently seeking an Associate/Senior Associate in Risk Strategy & Compliance - Operations & Compliance Risk for our KPMG Risk Consulting practice.
Provide technical advisory services related to relief programs for disaster recovery including: project and program coordination/management, strategic planning and coordination with federal and state assistance programs for all disaster recovery efforts; navigate regulations and ensure compliance in order to maximize funding and expedite rebuilding
Meet with varied counties or municipalities regarding disaster related assessments, repairs, damage mitigation efforts, cost documentation, permits, code compliance, progress payment requests, dispute resolution with FEMA/FDEM and other agencies, grant close-outs
Assist with clarifying requirements and documentation for the eligibility and enrollment processes for housing assistance and other disaster aid programs
Communicate and present information to clients and colleagues in a clear, logical, and concise manner
Remain current on industry and regulatory topics and trends, and apply insights and ensure program integrity during the delivery of engagements
Support internal initiatives and strategic growth initiatives
Additional Responsibilities for Senior Associate:
Supervise and mentor associates, new hires, and interns on engagements; provide contractor and vendor coordination and oversight for disaster response teams
Identify and communicate technical matters while serving as a liaison to both clients and engagement leadership; participate and/or lead meetings with both clients and the engagement team
Proactively identify opportunities to enhance professional practices and processes and assist with business development initiatives, including the development of proposals
A minimum of one year of experience in a compliance or project management related role, working with state and federal disaster aid programs/agencies such as Housing and Urban Development (HUD), Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Community Development Block Grant Disaster Recovery (CDBG-DR)
Bachelor's degree from an accredited college/university
Knowledge of federal laws, rules, and regulations associated with federal and state disaster aid programs
Ability to manage multiple tasks and prioritize changing workloads
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Ability to travel out-of-town eighty percent of the time
Additional Qualifications for Senior Associate:
Three plus years of related regulatory and compliance, or project/program management work experience
Well established understanding of working with state and federal disaster aid programs/agencies such as Housing and Urban Development (HUD), Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Community Development Block Grant Disaster Recovery (CDBG-DR)
Demonstrated leadership abilities, supporting the oversight of projects and/or the efforts of others
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