Compliance Analyst

Compliance Analyst


Role overview

An exciting opportunity exists to join the Conservative Campaign Headquarters (CCHQ) team, based in Westminster, in the role of Compliance Analyst.

The small Compliance team’s remit covers CCHQ, the 600+ Conservative Constituency Associations, and an advisory role with respect to MPs, MEPs and other organisations connected to the Party.

This role includes working with the team to:

  • Ensure that the Party adheres to its regulatory and statutory reporting requirements by legal deadlines, including the Political Parties Elections and Referendums Act 2000 by assisting in the preparation of the quarterly donation and loan reports, and reports of changes of constituency officers, to the Electoral Commission
  • Building an effective working relationship with constituency offices regarding donation and loan submissions.
  • Understanding and using the bespoke Compliance Database
  • Providing advice and assistance to local constituencies on the filing of their annual statement of accounts
  • Making recommendations for enhancing our reporting processes for loans and regulated transactions.
  • Ensuring the constituencies are up to date on their election insurance
  • Assisting, where needed, with issues relating to compliance with Data Protection related legislation and developing guidance regarding compliance requirements.
  • You are not expected to have previous experience – training will be provided. The ideal candidate will be a self-starter who, once trained, can talk confidently with a wide range of people

The successful candidate will have:

  • Very strong attention to detail, strong on process with a creative mind
  • An ability to work quickly under pressure and to prioritise competing tasks
  • A good head for figures
  • Accounting skills including experience analysing accounting figures
  • Good written and verbal communication skills
  • Good team skills; able to work effectively in a team in a pressurised environment
  • Good organisational skills, be effective at filing both on the computer and paperwork.
  • Good IT skills including a working knowledge of MS Excel and Word.

This role is not directly political role, but an interest in politics is useful.
We welcome applications from all sections of the community. We value diversity and appoint on merit.

How to apply:


Candidates: To apply for any of the vacancies advertised here please fill in the attached application form, save this using the title of the role you are applying for, your first name and surname - and submit this either by email (or if necessary by post) to the person requested.

Download our application form in Word format.

Please can you also complete the attached Equal Opportunities and Diversity form after reading the instructions, and return it along with your application form. Please note that the Equal Opportunities and Diversity form will be separated from your application on receipt and will play no part in the application or selection process.

Download our EO and Diversity form in Word format.

We will only accept applications in this format except as a result of an applicant’s disability – in which case we are very happy, on request, to accept applications submitted in any suitable format; e.g. by telephone, on tape, by email, large print, Braille etc. Please let us know if you would like any such assistance.

Submission method:

By Email to or via mail to Human Resources Department,

Conservative Campaign Headquarters (CCHQ), 4 Matthew Parker Street, London SW1H 9HQ, all applications must be received by 9am on 23/08/2017.


Please note that, due to the large number of applications that we receive, we are not able to acknowledge receipt of all applications. 

The position will be filled by the first appropriate Candidate. 

If you have not heard from us by 5:00pm on 09/10/2017 please assume that, regrettably, your application has been unsuccessful this time. 

We welcome applications from all sections of the community.  We value diversity and point on merit.

Closing Date:
25 Sep 2017