Sr. Compliance Analyst in Remote US at CareerBuilder

Date Posted: 5/4/2022

Job Snapshot

Job Description

Note: CareerBuilder U.S. office locations will reopen on a voluntary basis in February 2022 and employees within a commutable distance will have the option to utilize the offices if fully vaccinated against COVID-19.  

U.S. Office Locations: Chicago, IL; Atlanta, GA; Irvine, CA 

Summary of the Job:

The Sr. Information Security Compliance Analyst will support the Information Technology Services programs which include risk management, compliance management, audits and assessments, client inquiries, and security awareness and privacy programs. Assist in the analysis of Information Technology compliance risks to the enterprise and ensures that the appropriate controls are in place to comply with relevant laws, regulations, and industry standards. Determines if any immediate or future action is necessary to protect information system assets and acts accordingly. Works with all IT and business departments to identify and document any and all risks or threats perceived and submits reports on findings, current status, and recommendations to the Information Security Leadership.


Essential Responsibilities:

  • Assist with maintaining the compliance department calendar to ensure all projects are managed to internal and external expectations.
  • Partner with business and IT leadership to design and develop Risk and Compliance procedures, processes, protocols, and governance.
  • Monitor and enforce the information security risk management program including participation in broader risk management activities for the enterprise and the development, evaluation, and adherence to multiple areas of practice such as vendor (third-party), operational, and information security risk management.
  • Performs assessments of Third Party services providers including cloud services for adherence to best practices or known frameworks like NIST, etc.
  • Obtain or gather risk management and due diligence information from current and potential vendors
  • Partner with business units in developing and implementing controls to effectively mitigate the security risks inherent in each customer or vendor relationship
  • Assist in the creating  and utilization of some key performance indicators
  • Review legal and regulatory guidance on an ongoing basis to ensure that policies remain current and appropriate
  • Coordinate IT participation in and follow-up on internal and external audits
  • Coordinate IT SMEs and documentation in preparation for customer or other authority audits
  • Provide interpretation and consultation to staff and project teams on regulations, guidelines, compliance status, and policies and procedures.
  • Facilitate regulatory-based client and third-party audits and assessments to include scheduling, coordination, internal notification, scope determination, and oversight
  • Oversee documentation, reporting, and closure of compliance or quality issues
  • Assists in the development, monitoring, validation, and reporting of all Corrective Action Plans (CAPs)
  • Plan and perform IT Risk Assessments of business processes, applications, and services
  • Continuously develop technical expertise in regulatory compliance and obtain relevant certifications (CRISC, CISM, CRCM).

Job Requirements:

Required Knowledge and Skills:

  • Strong understanding of IT General Controls (Logical Access, Change Management, IT operations).
  • Experience with Information Security, Privacy, IT Audit, Compliance & IT Management Standards:
  • Ability to adapt and adjust and manage staff, supervise work or act as an individual contributor.
  • Ability to thrive in a fast-paced, dynamic, sometimes ambiguous environment.
  • Ability to understand complex information systems, prioritize tasks, and meet deadlines with minimal supervision.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Ability to write with purpose, clarity, and accuracy
  • Experience with system development lifecycle processes.
  • Problem-solving, risk analysis, and negotiation skills.
  • Must be qualified to work in the U.S.


Preferred Certifications

  • One or more of the following: Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA), Certified Information Security Manager (CISM), Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE), Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP) and or other relevant industry certification or must obtain within 14 months of employment



Supervisory Responsibilities:

This role does not have supervisory responsibilities



Bachelor's degree


Minimum Years of Experience:

2-5 years of experience within a regulated industry environment.


Physical Demands:

  • Frequent phone and computer use
  • Creating written communications
  • Able to sit/stand at a desk
  • Able to bend, sit, stand, lift boxes or equipment (between 0-15 lbs)
  • Able to travel occasionally both domestically and internationally



Benefits and Perks

Connecting people with meaningful work is one of the most important things anyone can do – which means we need to support the employees who make that possible. CareerBuilder’s team enjoys a host of perks and benefits, including: 

Health and Wellness: 

  • Comprehensive Medical, Dental & Vision, Life & Disability Programs 
  • Option to enroll in supplemental Life, AD&D, Accident, Critical Illness, Home & Auto, Transit, Identity Theft Protection, Legal Programs, and Pet Insurance 
  • Employee Assistance Program with free counseling sessions  
  • Wellness/Tobacco Free credits towards medical premiums 
  • On-site meditation rooms 
  • Free upgrades to premium versions of many Mental Health applications 

Family Support and Care: 

  • Parental support including paid maternity and parental leave 
  • Milk Stork 
  • Pre-Tax Dependent Care Flexible Spending Account 
  • Healthy Pregnancy Program and Fertility Support Services 

Flexibility and Time Off 

  • Paid time off, including time off to volunteer, holidays, floating holiday, bereavement, jury duty, parental leave 
  • Remote work opportunities available for most roles 

Personal and Career Development: 

  • Education Reimbursement Program allowing up to $5k per year towards completion of a Bachelor’s and non-MBA graduate degree, and up to $10K per year towards completion of an MBA 

Financial Wellbeing: 

  • 401(k) Program with a two year vesting schedule, annual employer match, and an opportunity to make Pretax and Roth contributions.  
  • Financial educational webinars and individual retirement planning advising available. 


  • Employee resource groups 
  • Time off to volunteer 

CareerBuilder, LLC is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer. Applicants are considered for all positions without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, sexual orientation, ancestry, marital or veteran status.


TSR ID: 002611