About the Role
About the Company
OverviewOHLA USA merges global expertise and a 100+ year legacy with the latest innovations and a strong regional footprint to deliver complex and challenging infrastructure and vertical construction projects.
The company has more than 2,000 engineering and construction professionals from coast to coast and specializes in heavy civil construction and modernization of critical infrastructure projects, including highways, bridges, rail and mass transit systems, tunnels, and water resources.
Through its vertical construction affiliate, OHLA USA provides construction management and pre-construction services to build and renovate healthcare, educational, and assisted living facilities in addition to many other important cultural, institutional, and commercial spaces.
OHLA USA is a division of international construction company, Obrascn Huarte Lain, S.A. (OHLA Group), headquartered in Madrid, Spain.
The company's U.S. operations are headquartered in New York City with regional office locations in California, Texas, Florida, and Illinois.
In 2021, OHLA USA secured many noteworthy and important contracts totaling $1.2 billion. Our portfolio of current and new contracts will continue to advance our growth as we continue to strive for excellence.
Extraordinary construction projects demand exceptional talent. OHLA USA brings together the construction industry's best and brightest who thrive in a collaborative work environment and who relish challenge and opportunity.
We are currently seeking a Program Coordinator : Diversity, Inclusion and Compliance to join our legal team.ResponsibilitiesYou will : * Report to the head of the Ethics and Compliance department* Expand OHLA's nationwide network of vendors, suppliers and construction-related businesses owned by minorities, women, and veterans, among others (MBDBE / SDVOSB), which will include attending outreach events, interviewing business and performing research* Learn the regulatory framework that affects our company and our public-sector contracts and advise internal stakeholders on compliance with relevant laws, contractual obligations, and policies, such as anti-bribery, anti-corruption, harassment, discrimination, EEO, prevailing wage, and conflicts of interest* Build close working relationships with our clients, partners, and government agencies on diversity, inclusion, and compliance issues* Help implement our ethics and compliance programs nationwide* Research compliance matters, analyze data, and produce reports critical to our business* Draft corporate resolutions and policies* Implement monitoring systems and internal controls and report on complianceQualificationsTo be successful in this role, you'll need : * A Bachelor's degree plus professional-level training in the compliance or ethics field* 5 - 7 years of relevant work experience* A working knowledge of government procurement and contracting* Some experience in public relations, public outreach, or working in community organizations* A naturally curious nature - you like to explore how things work and get to the bottom of things* A friendly and professional manner that engenders trust* To be open to the views and experiences of others and the learning that comes through feedback* Excellent writing and communications skills - an ability to craft compelling narratives* Strong networking skills and ability to engage a wide range of stakeholders, populations, and cultures* An ability to manage dozens of deadlines and competing demands, and adjust to rapidly changing priorities* Ability to travel occasionally to project sites and branch offices throughout the USA* Meticulous attention to detail* Understanding of basic accounting principles* Fluency in MS Word, Excel, Outlook, Teams and PowerPointThe work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job.
Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.OHLA USA and its affiliates are an equal opportunity employer, and all qualified applicants are considered for employment without regard to age, race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, veteran status, disability or any other protected class.
OHLA USA and its subsidiaries ("OHLA") shall not accept unsolicited resumes from any source other than directly from a candidate.
Any unsolicited resumes sent to OHLA or an employee of OHLA, by mail, electronically, or otherwise will be considered OHLA property.
OHLA will not pay a fee for any placement resulting from the receipt of an unsolicited resume. OHLA will consider any candidate for whom an Agency has submitted an unsolicited resume to have been referred by the Agency free of any charges or fees.
OHLA Human Resources is the only authorized representative of OHLA to execute any agreements with search firms or staffing agencies.
As a condition for payment, a Vendor shall have OHLA USA Inc.'s Personnel Agreement and a Job Order signed by an authorized OHLA HR representative.
Verbal or written communications from any employee of OHLA and its subsidiaries shall not be considered binding obligations.
All resumes whether unsolicited or solicited shall be the property of OHLA.#LI-AM1