Sanctions Project Management and Reporting Officer

Permanent contract|New York|Compliance

Sanctions Project Management and Reporting Officer

New York, United States Permanent contract Compliance


Support the U.S. Sanctions team on matters related to OFAC/Sanctions regulatory compliance by defining reporting metrics to be used to monitor the health of the Sanctions Compliance Program and providing support to sanctions technology projects. 

The position reports to the Head of Governance, and includes, but is not limited to, the following functions:

  • Own and maintain the preparation of sanctions risk metrics for the Head of OFAC Sanctions Compliance in addition to internal and external stakeholders.

  • Maintain and ensure effectiveness of Sanctions Compliance Program by defining reporting metrics, including Key Risk Indicators and Key Performacne Indicators.

  • Proactively engages with stakeholders to ensure that reporting aligns to business, regulatory, and governance requirements.

  • Assist all relevant stakeholders with requests that pertain to sanctions risk metrics.

  • Where applicable, proposes improvements to the end-to-end sanction process and assists in the implementation of such improvements.

  • Liaise with Head of Sanctions Investigations and Head of Sanctions Advisory on sanctions screening and list management controls, providing support to sanctions technology projects. 

  • Maintain thorough and accurate recordkeeping of all escalated matters, including logging the files on tracking spreadsheet and saving related communications.

  • Develop and maintain strong collaborative working relationships with business counterparts and global compliance partners.

  • Support management in developing controls and procedures.

  • Strong project management skillset

  • Prepare project reports to monitor project status, risks and issues

  • Ability to raise the risks and project and resource constraints in a timely manner

Profile required



  • Excellent written and oral communication and presentation skills.

  • Ability to work collaboratively within a complex organization, across multiple cultures, geographies, and disciplines.

  • Ability to balance multiple, changing priorities in a dynamic and fast moving working environment.

  • 3+ years of hands on experience with Microsoft Office suite: Outlook, Access, SharePoint(integrating with Access or Database), PowerPoint, Excel (Advanced).

  • 3+ years of hands on experience creating dashboards and executive-level reports.

Employee Specific Job Responsibilities:



  • Bachelor’s Degree



  • English

  • French (nice to have)

Business insight

The SGUS Compliance Department monitors the corporate banking, investment banking and broker–dealer activities of SGUS and reports on the compliance risks and issues to SGUS and Global Compliance Senior Management.  Additionally, the SGUS Compliance Department works closely with the Global Compliance Department in Paris to ensure effective implementation of Global Compliance policies and to coordinate all cross-border business transactions and activities. The SGUS Compliance Department is responsible for monitoring the handling of sensitive confidential business information by SGUS personnel through the Compliance Control Room. It administers the SGUS Employee Investment Policy, arranges for the registration of broker–dealer personnel, and conducts compliance training. In addition, the Advisory Team provides the various business lines with guidance and advice on relevant rules and regulations.  The US Financial Crime department is responsible for ensuring compliance with anti-money laundering (“AML”), Bank Secrecy Act, USA PATRIOT Act, OFAC and sanctions regulations for the US operations.  Additionally, AML oversees key processes and risks of the KYC department.


We are an equal opportunities employer and we are proud to make diversity a strength for our company. Societe Generale is committed to recognizing and promoting all talents, regardless of their beliefs, age, disability, parental status, ethnic origin, nationality, gender identity, sexual orientation, membership of a political, religious, trade union or minority organisation, or any other characteristic that could be subject to discrimination.

Reference: 22000NBL
Starting date: 2022/09/26
Publication date: 2022/08/04