What does a Compliance-Analyst do?

Compliance analysts coordinate the operations within companies and organizations to ensure they are in compliance with local, federal, and state government regulations. As the gatekeeper of compliance both inside and outside the company, they work to ensure that the activities at their employer adhere to the guidelines established by either the government or nonprofit entities that regulate them.

Compliance analysts plan and coordinate the operational activities within a company or organization to ensure compliance with governmental regulations and ordinances they work in settings including schools, hospitals, corporations, and nonprofits. They ensure that all policies and procedures are implemented and well-documented and perform internal reviews to identify compliance problems that call for further or formal attention. They are responsible for the development of risk management strategies at the organization to help avoid non-compliance, and they are fluent in industry compliance regulations and policies and stay in contact with compliance regulators. Compliance analysts need a bachelor’s degree and related field experience as well as writing, communication, and computer skills.

EducationBachelor's Degree
Work/Life Balance
3.7 ★
Salary Range--
Career Opportunity
3.5 ★
Avg. Experience2-4 years

Compliance-Analyst Salaries

Average Base Pay

€33,876 /yr
Same as national average
Not including cash compensation
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€26K
Median: €34K
€52K
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Compliance-Analyst Career Path

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L2
Compliance Analyst
€33,876/yr
L3
L4
Lead Compliance Analyst
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Compliance-Analyst Insights

Read what Compliance-Analyst professionals have to say about their job experiences and view top companies for this career.
Texas Department of Public SafetyTexas Department of Public Safety
License Permit Specialist
25 Oct 2021

“I enjoyed the work and found it fun to interact with people from the public that were nice.”

Audley TravelAudley Travel
China Specialist
14 Apr 2020

“Apparently my sales performance wasn't good enough and I wasn't focusing on my role.”

L3HarrisL3Harris
Senior Compliance Specialist
3 Aug 2020

“Work/life balance is highly encouraged and I do not feel like a slave to my work.”

SpotlessSpotless
Payroll Officer
21 Feb 2021

“No team spirit and definitely one of the worst team I have worked for in my 17 year career.”

CBRECBRE
Transaction Specialist
24 Jan 2022

“Great opportunity to grown in the commercial real estate industry and learn from the best.”

HealthEquity Inc.HealthEquity Inc.
Compliance Specialist
3 Jun 2020

“HSA is the only benefit option which is not great for people with children and/or health issues.”

Husky Energy
Senior Document Control Lead
1 Aug 2019

“No recognition for ANY of the work I do as the ONLY document control for 6 projects.”

Allegheny Health NetworkAllegheny Health Network
Research Compliance Specialist
18 Feb 2021

“I have been given many opportunities to gain experience in desired areas within my field.”

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Frequently asked questions about the role and responsibilities of a compliance analyst

When working as a compliance analyst, the most common skills you will need to perform your job and for career success are Audit, Written Communication, Microsoft Office Suite, Microsoft EXCEL and Powerpoint.

The most similar professions to compliance analyst are:
  • Compliance Auditor
  • Compliance Officer
  • Public Affairs Specialist
  • Communications Coordinator

The most common qualifications to become a compliance analyst is a minimum of a Bachelor's Degree and an average of 0 - 1 of experience not including years spent in education and/or training.