Compliance Specialist

Sandoz Biopharmaceuticals
On Application
28 Sep 2017
03 Nov 2017
Contract Type
Full Time
Job Summary Would you like to work for a Global Generics and Biosimilars company and contribute to our mission to extend and improve people’s lives? Look no further, apply today. Compliance Specialist, Sandoz, Surrey, UK. Job purpose Reporting to the Compliance Officer, support effective implementation and maintenance of the Integrity and Compliance program at a local level. Key Responsibilities ESTABLISH COMPLIANCE: • Support establishment of compliance standards based on internal policies & guidelines/implementing procedures (CoC, BPO, Anti-Bribery&P3’s) & on applicable local laws & regulations incl. industry code. • Align local standards w/global minimal standards&ensure that in all cases most stringent is applied • Support development&maintenance of SOP's for relevant policie EMBED COMPLIANCE: • Together w/Compliance Officer, establish an annual local training plan for CoC, BPO, AB, P3s&any other relevant training as per identified gaps • Coduct onboarding &any refreshers on compliance standards &business practices • Regularly monitor completion of (e)-training courses &(e)-certification of CoC & follow escalation process to ensure the agreed completion target for (e)-training (95%) and (e)-certification of CoC (100%) are met. Ensure system for documenting and evidencing training completion is followed • Continually provide advice&guidance to business on compliance topics &challenges (including on required approval processes) • Support Compliance Officer in establishing/executing a monitoring program for various compliance topics, including but not limited to P3 transactions, in-field activities, top 3 risks, HCP engagements&closure of remedial actions arising • Maintain, report&present/communicate Sandoz UK compliance KPI’s& other matrices to ensure visibility of performance • Actively participate in Compliance Mtgs(prepare content, minute proceedings& follow up on arising actions)&share best Practices • Maintain Compliance Intranet site&compliance communication plan • Support CCH in the identification & realization of cross-divisional synergie ENFORCE COMPLIANCE: • Collate all info/input needed to assess risks. Inform Compliance Officer & different departments on identified compliance risks. Support compliance officer in aligning compliance risk mitigation plan with mgmt • Support self-assessment process to monitor the status of compliance program • Actively perform follow up on closure of remedial actions from various assessments (risk assessments, P3 assessments etc). • Regularly update Compliance Officer, country leadership&regional / global compliance on status of compliance program. • Ensure allegations of misconduct are reported in a timely manner to the BPO • Inform Global Division Compliance Head and Country Management of areas which represent a material compliance or reputational risk • Model ethical tone and speak up culture. About Sandoz: Sandoz, a global leader in the rapidly growing generics industry, is a company in which doctors, pharmacists and patients worldwide have placed their trust for 130 years. It is the global pioneer in Biosimilars investing in research and development to improve the lives of patients and liberating healthcare resources through increased access to high-quality, affordable biologics. With our 26 000-plus employees in more than 140 countries, we discover new ways to improve and extend people’s lives. Our culture is defined by our values: innovation, quality, collaboration, performance, courage, integrity. Sandoz has been certified as Top Employer Europe 2017 by the Top Employers Institute for its exceptional employee offerings! Benefits of Working for Sandoz • Competitive salary • Performance based annual bonus • Work/life balance • Pension scheme • Life insurance • Single Medical Health Insurance • 24 days annual leave • Flex Benefits • Subsidised on-site cafeteria • Free shuttle bus between Sandoz and Farnborough station • Additional benefits ‘I came for the job, I stay for the culture’ #LI-SAN Minimum requirements The ideal candidate will have • University degree in business or law, Sciences or other subject matter English • Up to two years’ junior to mid-level experience in a compliance/ regulatory/Quality Assurance/Audit related role. • Pharmaceutical Industry experience preferable but not mandatory. • A passion for integrity topics, good organization skills and an ability to deliver results without constant supervision are necessary. • High personal integrity. • Pharma industry knowledge, its dynamics and customer needs. • Courage, ability to question and improve status quo and the character to resist business pressure when making ethical decisions • Results driven, disciplined and excellent in multi-tasking. We focus on creating an inclusive organisation and welcome people who have different knowledge, perspectives, experience and working styles from across the global population.