Associate Monitoring Director, Ethics & Compliance EMEA - United Kingdom
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- We currently have a new opportunity within our EMEA Ethics & Compliance group, sitting within the Operations team.
- The role will be based at our EHQ in Chertsey, UK and will appeal to individuals with Auditing or Monitoring experience.
- The position has responsibility for development, enhancement, execution and oversight of compliance monitoring programs across EMEA encompassing a variety of our company sponsored commercial and non-commercial activities.
- The work will involve the development of annual risk assessments and implementing strategies to address identified risks and needs alongside implementing/monitoring plans, tracking, trending and reporting metrics and observations.
- The objective is to create an overall governance structure for EMEA. Working closely with the global Risk & Monitoring group and the country Compliance leads the successful individual will have the opportunity to shape and build a programme currently at the beginning of a large project. Evidence of building and developing these activities in an international Pharmaceutical evironment is a key requirement for this role.
- Develop, enhance and execute compliance EMEA monitoring programs related to activities conducted by Commercial, Medical Affairs & R&D, developing & implementing an effective risk-based monitoring program to address identified and emerging compliance risks.
- Evaluate local risk assessments, prior monitoring observations, identified and emerging risk areas, legal and regulatory codes, industry trends, and past and planned business activities.
- Develop, enhance and implement policies, procedures and processes necessary to execute, document and report the Company’s monitoring activities and identify/manage electronic systems, solutions and resources to achieve this
- Oversee the successful implementation of annual monitoring plans for EMEA in conjunction with local Compliance Leads.
- Ensure timely and accurate tracking of planned and completed monitoring, documentation of findings, and determination and completion of corrective action to address identified issues.
- Identify potential activities for monitoring, ensure selection of appropriate monitoring samples, develop and enhance testing criteria, collect and analyze relevant materials, develop and document monitoring observations, communicate findings and policy/process gaps, and ensure the preparation and maintenance of appropriate monitoring files and documentation.
- Develop, manage and track monitoring metrics, trends and observations, develop and prepare periodic monitoring reports, and present conclusions and corrective action plans resulting from monitoring activities to Ethics & Compliance leadership, functional business leadership, and other relevant stakeholders.
- Proven compliance expertise within a Pharmaceutical environment to understand and comply with industry laws and relevant regulations.
- Proven experience in auditing, monitoring or compliance activities
- Demonstrated project management skills and the ability to work independently on multiple projects simultaneously to tight deadlines.
- Evidence of ability to exercise independent judgment, objectivity, able to handle confidential information with discretion and effectively collaborate with multiple functional units.
- Possess good initiative and problem-solving skills, to proactively identify issues, anticipate needs and develop practical, meaningful solutions.
- Proven ability to influence, (appropriately) challenge and engage diverse senior stakeholders.
- Fluent in written and verbal business English with confident presentation skills
- Candidates must possess eligibility to work in the UK without the need for sponsorship