Utilize broad expertise or unique knowledge in leading and performing assignments related to planning, conducting, and documenting inquiries into allegations or appearance of conduct violating laws, regulations, or corporate standards. Interpret documents and provide value-added expertise. Exercise independent judgment in conducting research and determining methods and procedures on new or special assignments. Work closely with management on investigation issues.
KEY JOB FUNCTIONS
•Conduct significant and complex investigations of suspected or alleged violations of the company's Code of Conduct, policies, or applicable laws or regulations. •Review highly complex data. Advise management of significant findings •Interpret company policies and implement optimum solutions considering enforcement policies. •Liaison with Legal, Internal Audit, Human Resources, and with management to achieve maximum results that support business efforts. •Serve as a key representative to internal and external parties, including government officials. •Maintain processes to track, monitor, and report activities. Evaluate results. Present insights and best practices. •Analyze and evaluate investigative progress to reassess priorities, leads, and direction. •Provide testimony in dispositions, before judicial bodies and at administrative hearings.
•Bachelors Degree or equivalent required
•6+ years of related experience
SPECIALIZED KNOWLEDGE & SKILLS
•2+ years' experience in a corporate or government compliance-related field, including internal or external investigative work preferred. •Relevant work within a top financial institution, law firm or accounting firm dealing with corporate compliance and business practice investigations/adjudications, employment law, and/or ethics; or experience in a government investigation office such as an inspector general's office. •Strong writing skills with ability to write investigative decisions clearly, accurately and analytically to support detailed findings. •Accomplished and effective interviewing and fact-finding skills. •Familiarity with statutory and regulatory corporate business and compliance requirements, in addition to equal employment opportunity and civil rights laws. •Innovative, critical and practical thinker with the knowledge and ability to: ◦Address and resolve complex, varied, and sensitive legal and corporate policy issues; ◦Analyze and enforce corporate policies, rules, and practices; ◦Research and apply precedent for internal corporate enforcement and disciplinary actions; and ◦Identify, propose, and use the most effective approaches to solving workplace disputes and claims internally.
As a condition of employment with Fannie Mae, any successful job applicant will be required to pass a pre-employment drug screen and to successfully complete a background investigation, which may also include a credit check for positions in some areas of our business.