Pharma Integrity & Compliance Head UK
Pharma Integrity & Compliance Head Business Area: Pharma Frimley, London This role is a Leadership position reporting to the General Manager & sits within the executive team. Job Summary: Do you want to work for a Global Pharmaceutical company where you will get recognised for your hard work and commitment? Look no further, apply today. Pharma Integrity & Compliance Head. Job purpose: Enable and drive integrity and ethical business conduct through local implementation of the Frameworks (“establish, embed and enforce”) for Code of Conduct (CoC), Anti- Bribery (AB) and Professional Practices Policies (P3) in the Division. Key Responsibilities: Compliance Framework (Establish, Embed, Enforce): • Implementation of Global / Divisional Compliance Policies (e.g. CoC, AB and P3s) and supplement with Local SOPs and processes as applicable. • Actively engage in Local external and internal Compliance networks to identify • emerging trends in the Local market, regulatory environment as well as in business practices and to share best-practices within the Country. • Develop and implement Local communication and training plans on relevant policies • and procedures ( CoC, AB, P3, BPO) based on overall group/wide plans and other local applicable training requirements. • Ensure that all new associates in the Country are on-boarded according to the • Divisional on-boarding programs, incl. training on P3 and also provide on-boarding training to all new Divisional resources in the Country • Engage Local leaders in the Integrity & Compliance agenda and promote and foster • a culture of Integrity in the Country • Consult Local management on compliance related topics and aspects on major initiatives and emerging concepts • Conduct compliance risk assessments including third-party due diligence/audits and • other applicable self-assessments to monitor the status of the compliance program, within the respective division at Local level. • Ensure support, communication and implementation of the BPO process within the • Country and conduct investigations, if and as required. Integrity & Compliance Function • Regularly review the organization of the Local Divisional Integrity & Compliance Function and propose improvements to the Local Management, if and as applicable. Role-specific • Support the CCH in locally assessing Compliance risks, coverage skills and resources and support the development of plans to upgrade these • Actively participate in Country Compliance Meetings, as organized by CCH, to share best-practices About Novartis: Our mission is to care and cure: We want to discover, develop and successfully market innovative products to prevent and cure diseases, to ease suffering and to enhance the quality of life. We also want to provide a shareholder return that reflects outstanding performance and to adequately reward those who invest their money, their time and their ideas in our company. Benefits of Working for Novartis: • Competitive Salary • Annual Bonus • Strong Work/Life Balance, flexible working • Top UK Employer • Pension Scheme • Share Scheme • Paid holidays • Comprehensive Medical Insurance • Subsidised Canteen • Employee Recognition Scheme • Sports & Social Club ‘I came for the job, I stay for the culture’ #LI-NOV Minimum requirements The ideal candidate will have : • Degree in business or law or other relevant subject matter (e.g. College / University Degree) • Fluent English required • 1-2 years exposure of; Compliance program operation; Work within and as part of another function; Work with Global or regional organizations; Positively use influence with a manager two levels above me; Senior management interaction; Related Functions; Industry Association / Professional Organization • • Greater than 2 years’ experience of; Develop, coach and lead people to deliver results; • Manage change through leadership; Lead projects to a successful conclusion; Manage project resources and budgets effectively; Deal with complex project and manage issues; Manage I&C project in a leadership capacity; Crisis Management Competencies: Fundamental: Possesses the basic understanding required to be effective in role, understands personal responsibility within own role • Builds on patient/customer insight to lead innovation Intermediate: Manages the current business effectively and takes personal ownership of required outcomes from own team or part of the organization • Builds high-performing teams to achieve extraordinary results • Develops the best talent for all of Novartis • Collaborates across boundaries for shared success • Sets clear direction and executes for sustainable growth • Drives change to outperform our competitors • Is aware of impact and develops own leadership skills • Drives for superior results and has will to win • Subject Matter Expertise Advanced: Anticipates opportunities and creates new value for Novartis and customers and accepts accountability for activities, interdependencies and outcomes across teams and functions • Acts with highest integrity and leads with courage and humility • Program operation • Operational excellence • Business partnering Novartis are an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons.