Published on

Mar 23, 2024

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Mar 23, 2024

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Mar 23, 2024

Published on

Mar 23, 2024

Corporate AML Manager

Corporate AML Manager

Corporate AML Manager

Corporate AML Manager

Full-time

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Wyomissing, PA

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On-site

Full-time

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Wyomissing, PA

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On-site

Full-time

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Wyomissing, PA

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On-site

Full-time

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Wyomissing, PA

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On-site

About the job

WE’RE CHANGING ENTERTAINMENT. COME JOIN US.

We’re always looking for talent that believes in having fun. At PENN Entertainment, you’ll get to be a part of an exciting industry, where the days and nights are fast paced. You’ll work with an incredibly diverse set of co-workers driven by their enthusiasm for helping people find and have more fun. You’ll also get to work at a company that cares about your career growth and will help you get the support you need to expand your possibilities.

Click HERE to learn more about our Day 1 Benefits, 401k Program, Company Perks, Career Opportunities, Advancement Programs, Scholarships and more!

WE LOVE OUR WORK.

As theCorporate AML Managerfor PENN Entertainment, Inc., you will be responsible for supporting the Deputy Chief Compliance Officer in overseeing all aspects of the Company’s Anti-Money Laundering (“AML”) program, across all divisions and platforms of gaming, to include transaction monitoring, currency transaction reporting, suspicious activity investigations, suspicious activity reporting, customer due diligence, continuous monitoring, risk assessments, sanction enforcements, and training.

You will work closely with property and Interactive compliance personnel to ensure consistent application of the Company’s AML program at the operational and system level, recognizing areas of opportunity and recommending enhancements to the Deputy Chief Compliance Officer.

This position isRemote, andrequires up to 80%-100% travel.


  • Maintain current knowledge of Bank Secrecy Act / Anti-Money Laundering (BSA/AML) regulations as they pertain to the gaming industry, as well as associated gaming regulations where applicable, US PATRIOT Act, Title 26, and any applicable state regulations.

  • Administer the Company’s Corporate Anti-Money Laundering (AML) Compliance Program to include transaction monitoring, currency transaction reporting, suspicious activity reporting, customer due diligence, continuous monitoring, risk assessments, sanction enforcements, and training.

  • Work closely with property and interactive compliance personnel to ensure consistent and efficient application of the Company’s AML Program and to identify any areas of opportunity by evaluating audit processes, reviewing quality of reporting, and assessing efficacy of supporting operational procedures at the business level.

  • Assist in developing and monitoring the Company’s anti-fraud efforts.

  • Conduct AML program and product risk assessments to identify, assess, and mitigate any BSA/AML risk. Recommend program and product enhancements to the Deputy Chief Compliance Officer.

  • Train compliance team members on the Currency Transaction Reports / Suspicious Activity Reports audit process to include training of associated systems and interpretation of gaming data as it relates to SAR investigations.

  • Support the AML audit function by completing AML tasks at properties or the interactive division when warranted.

  • Partner with the Learning & Development department to ensure reviews and updates to AML training content, as necessary.

  • Work independently and objectively while exhibiting sound discretion when researching and interpreting federal and state requirements, scrutinizing data, and/or seeking resolution of issues.

  • Attend and participate in professional group meetings/conferences to maintain proficiency with BSA/AML laws and regulations; maintain awareness of industry best practices, new trends, and innovations in the field of AML.

  • Review of new or changing gaming functionality/technology to ensure AML considerations are proactively performed.

  • Review the Company’s AML compliance as applied to the Company’s horse racing interests.

  • Complete special projects as assigned by the Compliance Committee and corporate compliance team members.


BRING US YOUR BEST.

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Must be at least 21 years of age.


  • Bachelor’s degree in finance or related field preferred but not required; commensurate experience may substitute for a degree in finance or related field.

  • At least three (3) years' experience in a position with anti-money laundering responsibilities, within the gaming industry.

  • Proficient in Microsoft Office suite of products.

  • Must be able to write detailed reports effectively.

  • Ability to perform complex mathematical and financial analysis.

  • Ability to communicate information and ideas in spoken or written form so that others will understand.

  • Adhere to established department and company policies and procedures regarding guest service standards.

  • Demonstrated skills in organization, strong attention to details, prioritizing and managing time, multiple tasks, and varying priorities to meet critical deadlines.

  • Ability to obtain and maintain any necessary gaming licenses.

  • Must obtain and maintain a valid Passport document.

  • Must successfully pass background check.


STAY IN THE GAME. FOLLOW US.

We’ve grown to become the leading provider of integrated entertainment, sports content, and casino gaming experiences thanks to our 43 destinations across North America, online sports betting and iCasino via ESPN BET™ and theScore Bet Sportsbook and Casino®.

Being an industry leader means more than being a purveyor of fun. We are also committed to values like diversity and sustainability — for our community, our team members, our vendors, and our planet.

We're changing entertainment.Follow us.

Equal Opportunity Employer

About the job

WE’RE CHANGING ENTERTAINMENT. COME JOIN US.

We’re always looking for talent that believes in having fun. At PENN Entertainment, you’ll get to be a part of an exciting industry, where the days and nights are fast paced. You’ll work with an incredibly diverse set of co-workers driven by their enthusiasm for helping people find and have more fun. You’ll also get to work at a company that cares about your career growth and will help you get the support you need to expand your possibilities.

Click HERE to learn more about our Day 1 Benefits, 401k Program, Company Perks, Career Opportunities, Advancement Programs, Scholarships and more!

WE LOVE OUR WORK.

As theCorporate AML Managerfor PENN Entertainment, Inc., you will be responsible for supporting the Deputy Chief Compliance Officer in overseeing all aspects of the Company’s Anti-Money Laundering (“AML”) program, across all divisions and platforms of gaming, to include transaction monitoring, currency transaction reporting, suspicious activity investigations, suspicious activity reporting, customer due diligence, continuous monitoring, risk assessments, sanction enforcements, and training.

You will work closely with property and Interactive compliance personnel to ensure consistent application of the Company’s AML program at the operational and system level, recognizing areas of opportunity and recommending enhancements to the Deputy Chief Compliance Officer.

This position isRemote, andrequires up to 80%-100% travel.


  • Maintain current knowledge of Bank Secrecy Act / Anti-Money Laundering (BSA/AML) regulations as they pertain to the gaming industry, as well as associated gaming regulations where applicable, US PATRIOT Act, Title 26, and any applicable state regulations.

  • Administer the Company’s Corporate Anti-Money Laundering (AML) Compliance Program to include transaction monitoring, currency transaction reporting, suspicious activity reporting, customer due diligence, continuous monitoring, risk assessments, sanction enforcements, and training.

  • Work closely with property and interactive compliance personnel to ensure consistent and efficient application of the Company’s AML Program and to identify any areas of opportunity by evaluating audit processes, reviewing quality of reporting, and assessing efficacy of supporting operational procedures at the business level.

  • Assist in developing and monitoring the Company’s anti-fraud efforts.

  • Conduct AML program and product risk assessments to identify, assess, and mitigate any BSA/AML risk. Recommend program and product enhancements to the Deputy Chief Compliance Officer.

  • Train compliance team members on the Currency Transaction Reports / Suspicious Activity Reports audit process to include training of associated systems and interpretation of gaming data as it relates to SAR investigations.

  • Support the AML audit function by completing AML tasks at properties or the interactive division when warranted.

  • Partner with the Learning & Development department to ensure reviews and updates to AML training content, as necessary.

  • Work independently and objectively while exhibiting sound discretion when researching and interpreting federal and state requirements, scrutinizing data, and/or seeking resolution of issues.

  • Attend and participate in professional group meetings/conferences to maintain proficiency with BSA/AML laws and regulations; maintain awareness of industry best practices, new trends, and innovations in the field of AML.

  • Review of new or changing gaming functionality/technology to ensure AML considerations are proactively performed.

  • Review the Company’s AML compliance as applied to the Company’s horse racing interests.

  • Complete special projects as assigned by the Compliance Committee and corporate compliance team members.


BRING US YOUR BEST.

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Must be at least 21 years of age.


  • Bachelor’s degree in finance or related field preferred but not required; commensurate experience may substitute for a degree in finance or related field.

  • At least three (3) years' experience in a position with anti-money laundering responsibilities, within the gaming industry.

  • Proficient in Microsoft Office suite of products.

  • Must be able to write detailed reports effectively.

  • Ability to perform complex mathematical and financial analysis.

  • Ability to communicate information and ideas in spoken or written form so that others will understand.

  • Adhere to established department and company policies and procedures regarding guest service standards.

  • Demonstrated skills in organization, strong attention to details, prioritizing and managing time, multiple tasks, and varying priorities to meet critical deadlines.

  • Ability to obtain and maintain any necessary gaming licenses.

  • Must obtain and maintain a valid Passport document.

  • Must successfully pass background check.


STAY IN THE GAME. FOLLOW US.

We’ve grown to become the leading provider of integrated entertainment, sports content, and casino gaming experiences thanks to our 43 destinations across North America, online sports betting and iCasino via ESPN BET™ and theScore Bet Sportsbook and Casino®.

Being an industry leader means more than being a purveyor of fun. We are also committed to values like diversity and sustainability — for our community, our team members, our vendors, and our planet.

We're changing entertainment.Follow us.

Equal Opportunity Employer

About the job

WE’RE CHANGING ENTERTAINMENT. COME JOIN US.

We’re always looking for talent that believes in having fun. At PENN Entertainment, you’ll get to be a part of an exciting industry, where the days and nights are fast paced. You’ll work with an incredibly diverse set of co-workers driven by their enthusiasm for helping people find and have more fun. You’ll also get to work at a company that cares about your career growth and will help you get the support you need to expand your possibilities.

Click HERE to learn more about our Day 1 Benefits, 401k Program, Company Perks, Career Opportunities, Advancement Programs, Scholarships and more!

WE LOVE OUR WORK.

As theCorporate AML Managerfor PENN Entertainment, Inc., you will be responsible for supporting the Deputy Chief Compliance Officer in overseeing all aspects of the Company’s Anti-Money Laundering (“AML”) program, across all divisions and platforms of gaming, to include transaction monitoring, currency transaction reporting, suspicious activity investigations, suspicious activity reporting, customer due diligence, continuous monitoring, risk assessments, sanction enforcements, and training.

You will work closely with property and Interactive compliance personnel to ensure consistent application of the Company’s AML program at the operational and system level, recognizing areas of opportunity and recommending enhancements to the Deputy Chief Compliance Officer.

This position isRemote, andrequires up to 80%-100% travel.


  • Maintain current knowledge of Bank Secrecy Act / Anti-Money Laundering (BSA/AML) regulations as they pertain to the gaming industry, as well as associated gaming regulations where applicable, US PATRIOT Act, Title 26, and any applicable state regulations.

  • Administer the Company’s Corporate Anti-Money Laundering (AML) Compliance Program to include transaction monitoring, currency transaction reporting, suspicious activity reporting, customer due diligence, continuous monitoring, risk assessments, sanction enforcements, and training.

  • Work closely with property and interactive compliance personnel to ensure consistent and efficient application of the Company’s AML Program and to identify any areas of opportunity by evaluating audit processes, reviewing quality of reporting, and assessing efficacy of supporting operational procedures at the business level.

  • Assist in developing and monitoring the Company’s anti-fraud efforts.

  • Conduct AML program and product risk assessments to identify, assess, and mitigate any BSA/AML risk. Recommend program and product enhancements to the Deputy Chief Compliance Officer.

  • Train compliance team members on the Currency Transaction Reports / Suspicious Activity Reports audit process to include training of associated systems and interpretation of gaming data as it relates to SAR investigations.

  • Support the AML audit function by completing AML tasks at properties or the interactive division when warranted.

  • Partner with the Learning & Development department to ensure reviews and updates to AML training content, as necessary.

  • Work independently and objectively while exhibiting sound discretion when researching and interpreting federal and state requirements, scrutinizing data, and/or seeking resolution of issues.

  • Attend and participate in professional group meetings/conferences to maintain proficiency with BSA/AML laws and regulations; maintain awareness of industry best practices, new trends, and innovations in the field of AML.

  • Review of new or changing gaming functionality/technology to ensure AML considerations are proactively performed.

  • Review the Company’s AML compliance as applied to the Company’s horse racing interests.

  • Complete special projects as assigned by the Compliance Committee and corporate compliance team members.


BRING US YOUR BEST.

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Must be at least 21 years of age.


  • Bachelor’s degree in finance or related field preferred but not required; commensurate experience may substitute for a degree in finance or related field.

  • At least three (3) years' experience in a position with anti-money laundering responsibilities, within the gaming industry.

  • Proficient in Microsoft Office suite of products.

  • Must be able to write detailed reports effectively.

  • Ability to perform complex mathematical and financial analysis.

  • Ability to communicate information and ideas in spoken or written form so that others will understand.

  • Adhere to established department and company policies and procedures regarding guest service standards.

  • Demonstrated skills in organization, strong attention to details, prioritizing and managing time, multiple tasks, and varying priorities to meet critical deadlines.

  • Ability to obtain and maintain any necessary gaming licenses.

  • Must obtain and maintain a valid Passport document.

  • Must successfully pass background check.


STAY IN THE GAME. FOLLOW US.

We’ve grown to become the leading provider of integrated entertainment, sports content, and casino gaming experiences thanks to our 43 destinations across North America, online sports betting and iCasino via ESPN BET™ and theScore Bet Sportsbook and Casino®.

Being an industry leader means more than being a purveyor of fun. We are also committed to values like diversity and sustainability — for our community, our team members, our vendors, and our planet.

We're changing entertainment.Follow us.

Equal Opportunity Employer

About the job

WE’RE CHANGING ENTERTAINMENT. COME JOIN US.

We’re always looking for talent that believes in having fun. At PENN Entertainment, you’ll get to be a part of an exciting industry, where the days and nights are fast paced. You’ll work with an incredibly diverse set of co-workers driven by their enthusiasm for helping people find and have more fun. You’ll also get to work at a company that cares about your career growth and will help you get the support you need to expand your possibilities.

Click HERE to learn more about our Day 1 Benefits, 401k Program, Company Perks, Career Opportunities, Advancement Programs, Scholarships and more!

WE LOVE OUR WORK.

As theCorporate AML Managerfor PENN Entertainment, Inc., you will be responsible for supporting the Deputy Chief Compliance Officer in overseeing all aspects of the Company’s Anti-Money Laundering (“AML”) program, across all divisions and platforms of gaming, to include transaction monitoring, currency transaction reporting, suspicious activity investigations, suspicious activity reporting, customer due diligence, continuous monitoring, risk assessments, sanction enforcements, and training.

You will work closely with property and Interactive compliance personnel to ensure consistent application of the Company’s AML program at the operational and system level, recognizing areas of opportunity and recommending enhancements to the Deputy Chief Compliance Officer.

This position isRemote, andrequires up to 80%-100% travel.


  • Maintain current knowledge of Bank Secrecy Act / Anti-Money Laundering (BSA/AML) regulations as they pertain to the gaming industry, as well as associated gaming regulations where applicable, US PATRIOT Act, Title 26, and any applicable state regulations.

  • Administer the Company’s Corporate Anti-Money Laundering (AML) Compliance Program to include transaction monitoring, currency transaction reporting, suspicious activity reporting, customer due diligence, continuous monitoring, risk assessments, sanction enforcements, and training.

  • Work closely with property and interactive compliance personnel to ensure consistent and efficient application of the Company’s AML Program and to identify any areas of opportunity by evaluating audit processes, reviewing quality of reporting, and assessing efficacy of supporting operational procedures at the business level.

  • Assist in developing and monitoring the Company’s anti-fraud efforts.

  • Conduct AML program and product risk assessments to identify, assess, and mitigate any BSA/AML risk. Recommend program and product enhancements to the Deputy Chief Compliance Officer.

  • Train compliance team members on the Currency Transaction Reports / Suspicious Activity Reports audit process to include training of associated systems and interpretation of gaming data as it relates to SAR investigations.

  • Support the AML audit function by completing AML tasks at properties or the interactive division when warranted.

  • Partner with the Learning & Development department to ensure reviews and updates to AML training content, as necessary.

  • Work independently and objectively while exhibiting sound discretion when researching and interpreting federal and state requirements, scrutinizing data, and/or seeking resolution of issues.

  • Attend and participate in professional group meetings/conferences to maintain proficiency with BSA/AML laws and regulations; maintain awareness of industry best practices, new trends, and innovations in the field of AML.

  • Review of new or changing gaming functionality/technology to ensure AML considerations are proactively performed.

  • Review the Company’s AML compliance as applied to the Company’s horse racing interests.

  • Complete special projects as assigned by the Compliance Committee and corporate compliance team members.


BRING US YOUR BEST.

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Must be at least 21 years of age.


  • Bachelor’s degree in finance or related field preferred but not required; commensurate experience may substitute for a degree in finance or related field.

  • At least three (3) years' experience in a position with anti-money laundering responsibilities, within the gaming industry.

  • Proficient in Microsoft Office suite of products.

  • Must be able to write detailed reports effectively.

  • Ability to perform complex mathematical and financial analysis.

  • Ability to communicate information and ideas in spoken or written form so that others will understand.

  • Adhere to established department and company policies and procedures regarding guest service standards.

  • Demonstrated skills in organization, strong attention to details, prioritizing and managing time, multiple tasks, and varying priorities to meet critical deadlines.

  • Ability to obtain and maintain any necessary gaming licenses.

  • Must obtain and maintain a valid Passport document.

  • Must successfully pass background check.


STAY IN THE GAME. FOLLOW US.

We’ve grown to become the leading provider of integrated entertainment, sports content, and casino gaming experiences thanks to our 43 destinations across North America, online sports betting and iCasino via ESPN BET™ and theScore Bet Sportsbook and Casino®.

Being an industry leader means more than being a purveyor of fun. We are also committed to values like diversity and sustainability — for our community, our team members, our vendors, and our planet.

We're changing entertainment.Follow us.

Equal Opportunity Employer

PENN Entertainment, Inc

Wyomissing, PA

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PENN Entertainment, Inc

Wyomissing, PA

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PENN Entertainment, Inc

Wyomissing, PA

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PENN Entertainment, Inc

Wyomissing, PA

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About Company

We have the largest and most diverse gaming footprint in North America. With 43 casinos and racetracks across 20 states, a robust online gaming and sports betting presence and exciting sports media, we’re leading the industry — and pushing it toward the future. Every one of our strategic partnerships helps fuel our community’s growth, their love of gaming — and our continued success as the most innovative omni-channel provider of entertainment experiences.

Total Employees

6,474

Company 2-Year Growth

11%

Median Employee Tenure

4.7 years

Because no one goes to school
for fighting fraud.