In collaboration with the Country Compliance Officer, Regional Compliance Moni-tor and other key stakeholders, support the development and implementation of the Cluster I&C monitoring program.
Support in assessing and monitoring I&C policy / risk areas based on applicable regulations, codes and country / region risk profile;
creates thorough analytic re-views and management reports.
Analyze the quality of the data and processes in place and liaise with the Country Compliance Officer to ensure the performance of timely, sound and fact-
based Risk Assessments, Self-Assessments and related monitoring activities.
Communicate deviations to the business, develop appropriate remediation plans, and follow-up with countries to ensure adequate implementation of those actions.
Identify areas of improvement in countries’ systems and / or processes to increase efficiency and strengthen effectiveness.
Foster an advisory, proactive and collaborative approach regarding Compliance.
Travel throughout the country to perform in-field testing (up to 40% travel anticipated).
Support as required investigations of alleged misconduct based on allocation of responsibility by the Business Practices Office (BPO).
University Degree in business, finance or other relevant subject matter; Advanced degree preferred Fluent English, Arabic preferred
Minimum 1-2 years of experience in finance, compliance or an internal audit function, in the pharmaceutical, device or healthcare industries, with a baseline under-
standing of Country and Regional legislation and guidelines (eg., FCPA, UK Bribery Act, EFPIA, EGA); Audit / monitoring in the clinical research area is a plus
Experience in a highly regulated industry with its dynamics, regulatory framework
Ability to lead complex projects and collaborate within and across cross-functional teams and business units, in a matrixes environment