The PCAOB oversees the audits of public companies and SEC-registered brokers and dealers in order to protect investors and further the public interest in the preparation of informative, accurate, and independent audit reports.
The role of the Corporate Liaison is to serve as the direct contact for financial statement preparers – both issuers and broker-dealers – and their audit committees, and to have an ongoing dialogue with them as a key stakeholder of the PCAOB.
The Corporate Liaison will communicate with stakeholders about the relevant activities of the PCAOB and solicit views and information related to the achievement of the Board’s strategic goals and objectives. The Corporate Liaison will work with the Director of the Office of External Affairs to design and executive an effective engagement strategy that will support effective programmatic decision-making.
Proactively connect with and develop relationships with corporate stakeholders.
Determine the optimal method(s) for engaging with and obtaining views from corporate stakeholders, including through ad-hoc outreach and events in which the PCAOB should have an active presence.
Facilitate communication between/among the Board, PCAOB staff, and corporate stakeholders on key action items by the PCAOB.
Develop a strategy, accompanied by related performance metrics, to communicate regularly with corporate stakeholders regarding PCAOB activities.
Participate in the development of PCAOB publications to confirm they are appropriately tailored for corporate stakeholders’ consumption.
Educate corporate stakeholders on PCAOB activities and solicit views and information on areas of interest and/or concern.
Develop a system and process to report corporate stakeholder input to the Board and appropriate PCAOB staff.
Ensure the PCAOB website and mailing list are regularly updated with relevant corporate stakeholder communications.
Coordinate with the Office of Economic and Risk Analysis on research and surveys targeted towards corporate stakeholders.
Consider the advice of the PCAOB Standing Advisory Group and Investor Advisory Group in developing relationships with corporate stakeholders.
Bachelor's degree from an accredited university and/or equivalent training/experience.
At least 5 to 10 plus years’ experience in corporate /business relations or similar outreach functions preferred.
A self-starter able to administer a number of open, ongoing assignments at any one time, where some assignments are routinely unstructured, requiring autonomy, and independent judgment.
Ability to clearly articulate a position with sound logic and supporting empirical evidence.
Ability to effectively represent the organization to a variety of both internal and external constituencies.
Superior verbal and written communication skills.
Strong interpersonal skills.
Strong time management and organization skills.
Ability to work effectively in a team environment.
Ability to handle multiple project activities at once.
As we seek to accomplish our mission and implement our vision, we expect integrity, pursue excellence, operate with effectiveness, embrace collaboration, and demand accountability.
Equal Employment Opportunity
All PCAOB employees are entitled to equal opportunity and a professional work environment, free of discrimination and harassment. A workplace free of discrimination is fundamental to professional success and to the PCAOB's mission. The PCAOB will consider for employment all qualified applicants with criminal histories in a manner consistent with applicable law.
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