Integrity and Compliance Manager

Berkshire Permanent
  • A unique opportunity to join a global pharmaceutical company
  • Pioneering life-transforming treatments for patients around the world.

About Our Client

Our client is a global pharmaceutical business with a diverse range of employees worldwide, contributing to a thriving company culture.

With patients and their well-being as the primary focus, the business drives a focus in recruiting, developing and retaining high performing talented individuals, providing the foundations for success and future growth.

Job Description

  • Act as a role model and promote our client's Guiding Principles and Values-based culture through relevant activities, training, and corporate events.
  • Support the development, maintenance and evolution of healthcare compliance policies, procedures, and controls, at both regional & local affiliate level, in collaboration with internal stakeholders, to ensure compliance with applicable laws, regulations and industry codes and alignment with relevant global policies and procedures.
  • Partner with affiliate/regional employees and Compliance Champions to maintain and further develop a strong culture of integrity and compliance, including embedding personal accountability at all levels in the organisation, with a spirit of collaborative partnership and positive problem solving.
  • Support the implementation and maintenance of regional and local affiliate level transparency reporting requirements and assist business leadership in meeting reporting obligations.
  • Develop and implement healthcare compliance training program on regional and local affiliate level policies in appropriate language, along with monitoring completion of training and training records management.
  • Execute routine and risk-based monitoring of relevant business activities and related policies and procedures in line with annual regional/affiliate compliance monitoring plan that is based on annual I&C Risk Assessment & Mitigation Plan (RAMP) outcomes.
  • Identify potential areas of compliance vulnerability and risk and assist in the development and implementation of corrective action plans as necessary, while continuing to educate stakeholders on relevant risks to drive effective risk awareness and application ("RiskIQ").
  • Manage, develop, and train Compliance Champions Network members for the region, including chair, participation, and management of regularly scheduled Compliance Champions Meetings.
  • Stay abreast of changes in pharmaceutical industry compliance standards for the purpose of assessing and adopting changes to existing MoW Area Business healthcare compliance policies and SOPs.

The Successful Applicant

  • BA (Hons) or BSc (Hons) 2.1 or above
  • Minimum 5-7 years of experience in either the pharmaceutical or medical device industry including a minimum of 3 years in a regional healthcare compliance role
  • Detailed understanding of the ABPI Code and preferably EFPIA and working knowledge of IFPMA Code.
  • Experience working in multiple MoW countries and knowledge of applicable country-specific regulations a plus.
  • Ability to travel up to 20% - European, some occasional international.
  • The role is office-based, with a requirement to be in the office three days per week: Tuesday-Thursday.

What's on Offer

This is a fantastic opportunity to join an innovative and dynamic pharmaceutical business based in Berkshire, offering a competitive salary alongside fantastic benefits!

Sheetal Inamdar
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+44 172 773 0103

Job summary

Job function
Life Sciences
Drug Safety
Healthcare / Pharmaceutical
Contract type
Consultant name
Sheetal Inamdar
Consultant phone
+44 172 773 0103
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