AML Regulator

Job description

Apply your analytical and innovative A-game to a complex regulatory environment. Be part of a growing, dynamic, modern regulator & advance your Regulatory career in DIAs Anti Money Laundering Group!

Organisation: Department of Internal Affairs (DIA)
Business Group: AML Group, Regulatory Services
Branch: Policy Regulation and Communities
Salary: Negotiable depending on skills and experience

  • Apply your analytical and innovative A-game to a complex regulatory environment.
  • Advance your Regulatory career in DIA’s Anti Money Laundering group.
  • Join a strong multi-discipline group that supervises AML sectors to protect New Zealand businesses from being used by criminals to launder money and finance terrorism.
  • Be part of a growing, dynamic, modern regulator.

We are Regulatory Services and we are one of the New Zealand Government’s larger regulatory bodies. We promote effective regulatory outcomes in three broad systems: anti-money laundering and countering the financing of terrorism, gambling and digital safety.

As a risk-based, responsive modern regulator, we have embarked on an ambitious transformational change programme aimed at ensuring we can provide effective regulatory services in an increasingly complex and digital world. 

You will support the supervision of a diverse range of businesses under the Anti Money Laundering and Countering Financing of Terrorism (AML/CFT) Act and will contribute to the supervision, education, and compliance monitoring of regulated sectors in a robust, well-informed and targeted way.

You will have:

  • Experience working in a risk-based regulatory or compliance environment such as: business compliance monitoring, audit, investigation, fraud, accounting, risk management, business analysis or law.
  • An understanding of regulatory concepts and functions.
  • The ability to interpret legislation and other technical information and apply it in an operational context.
  • Proven ability to build and maintain effective relationships with key stakeholders.
  • Knowledge of sector business practices and/or the ability to speak more than one language is highly desirable.

If you are looking for a challenge and want a job where the work you do matters to communities across New Zealand, contact us now.

Applications close: Thursday 7th February

For more information view and for a copy of the job description please contact: Liam Brodie on 027 566 6561 or, or Michael Hoyle on 021 743 712 or

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