Entry-level compliance professionals have to assist with project management, such as compliance monitoring, budgeting, expense tracking, and inventory tracking. They have to help manage office supply inventory and ordering with the help of their trainers or seniors. The entry-level compliance professionals have to assist with cost proposals and cost proposal development as needed. The entry-level compliance professionals have to undertake occasional ad hoc tasks such as visits to embassies, banks, and airports, assisting visitors, and other general office operations. The entry-level compliance professionals have to provide administrative support to program officers for compliance proposal development. They have to assist with recruitment efforts for various experts and local staff for standard compliance proposals as needed.
The educational qualifications for the position is quite less, as they are mostly recent compliance grads. The entry-level compliance professionals should have secured decent marks in their respective examinations, which would mean an easy entry for internship or some entry-level job related to compliance.