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Referenznummer: 20181872

Director (m/w/d) Integrity and Compliance Germany

Unternehmen

Unser Aufraggeber ist die deutsche Tochtergesellschaft eines führenden amerikanischen Biotechnologie-Konzerns in München.

Hauptaufgaben

Responsibilities

Lead the implementation and management of companies global Compliance Program for Germany, including the rollout of the Company’s Anti-Bribery/Anti-Corruption (“ABAC”) Compliance Program.
Ensure compliance to local codes and anti-bribery laws.
Draft and implement policies, procedures, SOPs, and relevant compliance guidance.
Find and implement business oriented, reliable solutions and implements responses to compliance developments which enhance the global Integrity and Compliance Program.
Under the direction of the EMEAC regional Compliance Officer implement and conduct the risk assessment process in the countries and cluster of responsibility
Responsible to conduct compliance monitoring reviews including testing, interviews, and observation of key processes to ensure the organization works in compliance to company policies, local laws and regulations.
Deliver regular compliance training to employees and relevant third parties (e.g. distributors) on the Company’s policies and procedures, and Code of Conduct.
Maintain knowledge and understanding of company and its global business operations and strategies, industry codes and regulations, and external legal, regulatory, and business developments.
Manage and coordinate remediation from investigations and corporate audit findings.
Analyze internal and external Integrity and Compliance developments and make proposals to implement responses to these developments to enhance Global Integrity and Compliance program.
Serve as a member of the EMEAC Compliance Team to continuously improve and enhance the global Integrity and Compliance program.

Principal Responsibilities


Oversight:

Lead the implementation of all aspects of the global Compliance Program in Germany under the direction of the Regional Compliance Lead for the EMEAC Region.


Policies:

Implement the global ABAC Policy and Procedure in Germany. Draft and implement applicable compliance policies, procedures, SOPs, and guidance.


Training and Education:

Conduct regular live compliance training and collaborate with the regional team to develop annual risk-based training to company employees and relevant third parties.


Monitoring:

Conduct monitoring activities to ensure adherence to Company policies and procedures. Monitor UK/Ireland/Nordics/Baltic’s compliance with the Company’s ABAC Policy & Procedure, conduct and lead monitoring activities, as required.


Third Party Management:

Ensure adherence to the Company’s Third Party Due Diligence Program on third party suppliers and vendors. Conduct third party risk assessments, as necessary.


Risk Assessment:

Conduct proactive risk assessments to mitigate potential compliance risks.


Business Partnering:

Provide compliance guidance to Germany business teams, and be an effective partner to leaders, all employees, and key cross-functional stakeholders.

Anforderungsprofil

Qualifications

Law degree by an accredited law school; or other relevant educational background.
6-8 years of relevant compliance experience related to implementing a compliance program, including experience with the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, U.K. Bribery Act (2010), and other anti-bribery/anti-corruption laws – notably within Germany; experience in the pharmaceutical industry is preferred.
Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
Ability to communicate clearly and concisely, and interact with senior leaders.
Experience drafting and implementing policies, procedures, SOPs, and guidance documents.
Ability to work well with others and operate in a matrixed, multi-cultural environment.
Leadership capabilities and project management skills to lead projects with cross-functional teams.
Strong analytical and negotiation skills.
Exercising a strong commitment to ethics and integrity.
Fluent German and English, other languages a plus.

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Sibylle Linnebo

Kleen Linnebo & Partner Unternehmensberatung GbR

s.linnebo@klp-personal.com

Tel. +49-(0) 6721 4000404

Mobil +49-(0) 160-3638635

www.klp-personal.com