Specialist, Anti-Corruption

The Anti-Corruption Specialist will assist the compliance team in addressing issues associated with global compliance and investigations. As a member of the Law Department's Compliance practice group, he or she will support the SVP, Deputy GC & Chief Regulatory & Compliance Officer on regulatory and compliance matters.

• Responsible for information review and recordkeeping related to the International Travel Program, coordinating with international travelers, analyzing completed forms, filing them, and pursuing post trip reports
• Ensure risk areas for the company are routinely identified and monitored, policies and procedures are communicated and are in line with codes of ethics and the government guidelines
• Serves as administrator of the International Travel Program, and possibly others as directed
• Organize and maintain compliance files, particularly those involving the International Travel Program and others as may be directed
• Support review of U.S. and international due diligence packages for compliance as directed
• Provide support to the Ethics organization in overseeing the maintenance and operation of Anti-Corruption Compliance policies and procedures including, for example, gift policy
• Analyze input and develop recommendations from client leaders regarding proposed policies, procedures and directives
• Ability to work in a fast-paced, deadline-driven environment while handling multiple tasks through completion
• Quality control and finalize all deliverables to clients
• Responsible for following standard operating procedures and training materials
• Report and follow up on defects in a timely manner
• Delivery a quality product on time, that meets or exceeds client requirements and expectations


• Bachelor's degree
• 3-5 years of experience
• Strong confidence in decision making while managing company risk
• Outside the box thinking to recognize and analyze risk areas as well as propose solutions
• Proven ability working with a variety of internal and external stakeholders
• Strong written and verbal communication skills
• Proficient in computer skills including Microsoft Office programs and data analysis techniques
• 5 years of total business-related work experience; 3 years' Cross-functional team experience preferred
• Support the Compliance and investigations functions
• Participate in anti-bribery anti-corruption projects globally
• Assist in the investigations and remediation to ensure completion
• Understand policy and procedure development
• Excellent organization and planning skills
• Good analytical and problem-solving skills
• Information gathering, analysis, and documenting skills
• Capable of working as an individual with initial guidance as well as on teams
• Team collaboration skills
• Self-motivated and possessing a proactive attitude
• Ability to work within a framework of standard processes
• Ability to work independently and multi-task in a fast-paced environment while continuing to maintain a pleasant and composed demeanor
• Attention to detail, effective time management, and ability to exercise initiative and sound judgment to deliver timely and accurate results
Functional experience in legal, compliance, audit, finance or business/program operations


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