Division Integrity & Compliance Head- NIBR job in Cambridge
|Employer:|| Novartis Pharmaceuticals|
|Job Type:||Full Time|
Collaborate and partner closely with business leadership (e.g., Chief Administrative Officer, and NIBR President) and senior leaders from other functions (e.g., Internal Audit, BPO, Finance, Legal, Human Resources) in connection with relevant regulatory and compliance mandates as well as company policies and procedures, and in manner that drives the Company's business forward to best serve more patients.|
Collaborate and partner closely with business leadership (e.g., Chief Administrative Officer, and NIBR President) and senior leaders from other functions (e.g., Internal Audit, BPO, Finance, Legal, Human Resources) in connection with relevant regulatory and compliance mandates as well as company policies and procedures, and in manner that drives the Company's business forward to best serve more patients.
Specifically, the Division Integrity and Compliance Head- NIBR will be required to:
• Oversee and monitor the effectiveness of the Company's Compliance program (described in Establish, Embed and Enforce below), and lead the way to maintain a culture of Compliance and ethical business practices in the Company.
• Build a high-caliber Compliance team and organization that enables the effectiveness of the Compliance program (described in Function below)
• Facilitate the oversight of the implementation and effectiveness of the divisional compliance program
• Chair a cross-functional divisional compliance committee to advise the Division Integrity & Compliance Head- NIBR, drive the compliance program and oversee risk management within the scope of the integrity and compliance program
• Continue to build upon the Company's current compliance program and enhance it, and ensure that the Compliance Program meets or exceeds all regulatory requirements/guidance while minimizing corporate risk and being viewed as a critical partner to the Company's business. Identify compliance program metrics and report on these and other trends to senior leadership.
• Work with other senior management to perpetuate a "tone at the top" that currently reflects the Company's commitment to ethical and legal business conduct, and compliance with the letter and spirit of the law in all aspects of the Company's operations.
• Develop and maintain collaborative relationships with global/regional/local business leaders to ensure understanding, and support for compliance activities
• Develop and maintain external networks and influence through participation in industry organizations and associations and, together with leaders, drive the division and Novartis group to become a leader in integrity and compliance.
• Advise the NIBR President and Leadership Team regularly regarding Compliance obligations, risks and risk minimization strategies, actual or potential compliance-related issues, investigation and resolution of such issues, and corrective actions.
• Manage coordination with Group Integrity & Compliance on Corporate-wide Compliance Policies through;
o Coordinating on Corporate policy updates, policy strategy and policy framework.
• Manage Divisional Compliance Policies through:
o Creating, publishing, maintaining and interpreting divisional policies and procedures (e.g., Professional Practices Policy - P3) to promote ethical professional practices, fully implement the Code of Conduct and Anti-Bribery policies, or to otherwise meet applicable requirements
o Developing and implementing these policies and procedures with internal business owners and relevant stakeholders.
• Develop, implement and coordinate a training strategy and tools to continually educate division associates on ethical professional practices and associated areas of risk.
• Ensure division input into Group e-training curriculum and coordinate with Group I&C on programs, projects and communications related to the Code of Conduct and overall company compliance culture. Drive e-training completion rates in the division and report on e-training completion rates for the division to senior management.
• Develop an annual Integrity and Compliance training plan that is cascaded to Regions and Countries.
• Establish learning strategies on divisional policies or procedures at that are developed and implemented in coordination with internal stakeholders from all relevant functional areas.
• In partnership with NIBR leadership and Human Resources, adapt and implement initiatives addressing major cultural drivers in NIBR, including values and behaviors and the GES survey.
• Lead the inclusion of Integrity and Compliance related subjects in NIBR leadership trainings.
• Continually monitor the effectiveness of Compliance program and identify areas for improvement using a variety of methods, including routine and/or focused internal audits or coordinating and overseeing external assessments, as the case may be, risk assessments, control framework self-assessments and BPO trends.
• Oversee the identification of root causes across these data sources and identify trends and corresponding divisional remediation and responses, as needed
• Ensure partnership and collaboration with BPO, Internal Audit, Finance and other risk management functions to align on standards for reviews, analyzing trends, and identifying root causes.
• Incorporate identified areas of improvement into the continuous evolution of the compliance program.
• Operationally and functionally lead a global team of Compliance Officers
• Develop the NIBR Integrity & Compliance Function through;
o Developing the capabilities and skills of Compliance Officers for present and future organizational success
o Regularly assessing resources
o Providing effective communications within the divisional Integrity and Compliance function.
• Participate as a key member of the Group-led, cross-divisional, global Compliance Leadership Team by actively contributing to the design, prioritization and implementation of Group-wide initiatives to further build an effective Compliance & Integrity Function for the Novartis Group of companies.
Key Performance Indicators:
• Compliance program metrics
• Qualitative feedback from stakeholdersEducation (minimum/desirable):
• University degree with other relevant discipline/qualifications.
• Postgraduate degrees in Business Administration, Finance, Law, desirable
• Extensive previous experience in Compliance Field
• Global and Regional / Local experience in healthcare industry
• Experience across divisions and functions in Novartis a clear plus