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Senior Compliance Officer

Cash Converters - Perth, WA

Banking & Finance
Source: uWorkin


About Cash Converters

Cash Converters (or Cashies as we like to call ourselves) is proudly homegrown in West Australia! From humble beginnings in 1984 to 35 years of success in the industry; Cashies is now an ASX listed international company in 21 countries with 768 stores (& growing!).

At Cash Converters we are excited about the future! With direction from our Executive Leadership Team, we have recently relaunched our internal branding and revamped our company values. 

In addition, our Perth-based head office team have just moved into a sparkling new office, right in the heart of the city, where all departments work on the same floor. This new space offers all the fancy perks like fully serviced facilities, weekly fruits & snacks, a healthy workplace culture, employee benefits and a vibrant work environment. Now is a fantastic time to join us!

About this opportunity

Based at the Cash Converters Group Head Office in Perth, within the Risk & Compliance team, the Senior Compliance Officer is a hands-on role which has scope across all aspects of the Cash Converters and Green Light Auto Businesses.

The objective of the position is to support the growth of Cash Converters Risk and Compliance Team through the planning and co-ordinating of compliance activities relevant to Cash Converters and its controlled entities. This position will liaise closely with internal business units to drive awareness and compliance with relevant regulations, various licence conditions, guidelines, internal policies and procedures. Reporting to the Head of Risk, the Senior Compliance Officer is a subject matter expert to a wide variety of stakeholders in a key corporate function.

Role Responsibilities:

The responsibilities are inclusive but not limited to.

  • Conducting reviews of organisational practices and operations to assess adherence to policies and procedures.
  • Reviewing and updating policies and procedures to reflect changes in legislation and business requirements.
  • Work closely with the Risk team and ensure any compliance risks identified are mitigated in a timely manner.
  • Provide timely, accurate and insightful input into reporting and compliance risk mitigation.
  • Identify process improvements to best achieve compliance and business objectives.
  • Administering Risk Management System such as setting up of new users, updating policy and procedure register, and assisting with queries from users.
  • Managing and maintaining registrations, license renewals and other relevant updates.
  • Administering, monitoring and actioning tasks associated with internal online systems and mailboxes.
  • Provide support to the wider business and compliance projects as required.
  • Other ad-hoc duties from time to time.

What we are looking for:

  • 3 years’ experience in compliance related activities, gained from an in-house role within the Financial or Professional Services industries
  • Relevant tertiary qualifications in Accounting, Business or Finance would be advantageous.
  • Sound knowledge of regulatory & legislative issues affecting financial services.
  • A good understanding of; National Consumer Credit Protection Act, AML/CTF Act, Privacy Principles, Corporations Act and ASIC Regulatory guides.
  • Highly developed literacy and numeracy skills.
  • Strong commitment to quality and a keen eye for detail.
  • Demonstrated ability to communicate.
  • Ability to work well under pressure and autonomously.
  • Ability to display leadership qualities and work within a team & project environment.
  • Demonstrated ability to take initiative and generate ideas resulting in continuous improvement.
  • Foster collaborative relationships throughout the business and maintain the highest levels of professionalism in all communications.
  • Proficient user of Microsoft Office

If you want to be part of a supportive, flexible and collaborative team and grow within your career, we would love to hear from you.

Simply hit “Apply” and follow the prompts.

Please note:

  • We are seeking Perth-based applicants only with a right to live and work in Australia.
  • Upon progressing to the next stages of Recruitment process, successful candidates will be required to provide a national police clearance no older than 3 months.
  • We are not working with recruitment agencies to fill this role. Recruiters, please do not forward resumes to our mangers or our HR teams. Should we require external assistance, we will engage with our preferred agencies.