Senior Compliance Officer is accountable for
Delivering clear and integrated compliance solutions
Enabling the business to perform at its best whilst adhering to the relevant rules and regulations
Ensuring that the business meets prescribed standards of professional, ethical and business conductKey Accountabilities
Support Compliance Director in the management of compliance matters within the Affiliate
Responsible for UK monitoring and internal audit for compliance including contracts with distributers in CEE.
Provide support to the Local Compliance Lead forUK in terms of leading on various projects and assigned actions from Ethics and Compliance worksteams.
Responds to alleged breaches of rules, regulations, policies procedures, and Codes of Conduct by evaluating or recommending the initiation of investigative procedures
Maintain a good working knowledge of key existing & evolving regulation
Regularly review compliance policies and processes across the business to identify any vulnerabilities and risks
Identify, raise and implement SOP/policy deviations as and when identified as a business need.
Conduct risk assessments, and proactively identify emerging risk areas for the Affiliate
Act as the UK Data Protection Representative serving as a primary liaison to the Global Privacy Officer, supporting and providing oversight on data protection related issues.
Ensure Key Performance Indicators are met for the Compliance Department
Ensure complete timely reporting of all disclosable transfers of value (ToV) for all countries under UK responsibility to the relevant regulatory bodies
Conduct regular and appropriate training for staff in relation to ABPI Code Compliance, including new starter inductionsupdates to the ABPI Code of Practice and PMCPA case reviews updates for all staff
Review marketing materials, presentations and websites to ensure compliance with regulatory requirements, where appropriate
Contribute proactively to a credible image for the affiliate in the local Health Care and Medical communityJob Dimensions (key facts and figures)
No people management responsibilities
Part of Compliance team
Reports to Compliance Director
Significant impact on the efficiency and effectiveness of the Compliance Team
Consistent point of contact for compliance queriesSpecial Competencies/Other Requirements
Graduate science degree - preference for health sciences/pharmacy degrees
Knowledge and expertise concerning implementation and adherence to the ABPI/ IPHA Code of Practice
At least two years' experience in a compliance role
Experience in Data protection and privacy, with a good understanding of the evolving regulations other compliance matters (e.g. anti-bribery and corruption)
Experience of setting up and/or managing compliance programmes and controls, including use of technology
Experience of implementing policies and leading training programmes
Effective presentation and communications skills
Strong organisational and project management skills
Parkside Recruitment Ltd is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy. Parkside Recruitment is an Equal Opportunities Employer