Job Title : Compliance Manager
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Job Classification : Manager
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Reports to : Head of Ethics and Compliance
Reports to : Overall Job Description :
The Compliance Manager plays a pivotal role in enabling the organization to achieve its global mission of striving towards better health for patients worldwide through leading innovation in medicine.
The role is responsible for the development and implementation of a comprehensive compliance program across the organization.
The Compliance Manager ensures organizational compliance with PHAP Code of Pharmaceutical Marketing Practices,
compliance risk management and mitigation, resolution of compliance-related issues and implementation of corrective actions.
The role drives systems, policies and procedures to support the establishment of a compliance culture in the Company. The Compliance Manager also establishes and maintains lines of communication to facilitate report of potential compliance issues.
Specific Duties and Responsibilities
Implement, oversee and track Takeda’s Global Code of Conduct and Global Anti-Corruption Policy and all regional guidelines from CCO-EM.
Establish and manage Compliance Committee which is responsible for all compliance programs in terms of policy formulation, and implementation of action plans.
Ensure committee, regional and area Compliance Officers are updated on all compliance issues.
Implement and track training programs and systems to support Takeda’s Compliance Program.
Implement, operate and track policies, procedures and systems for the approval of Advisory Boards, Congresses, Hospitality, Medical Education Grants and Services, Phase IV / ISRs, Grants, Donations and Sponsorships, Interactions with Patient Organizations, and Samples, and all other relevant Global and Regional Compliance policies, processes and systems.
Support the implementation, operation and tracking of Takeda’s policies, procedures and systems relating to Transparency in respect of Takeda’s dealings with healthcare professionals, patient organizations, government officials and other relevant third parties, including in connection with cross-border interactions.
Implement and oversee Takeda’s third party due diligence policies, procedures and systems to ensure compliance with PHAP Code (Promotion Code), Anti-
Corruption and Bribery laws.
Implement and oversee Takeda’s Hotline and reporting systems, respond to hotline calls and reports, and other ethics and compliance-
related inquiries, in close coordination with the Emerging Markets Corporate Compliance Office and / or the Area Compliance Officer (EM).
Coordinate with HR in the investigation and administrative action following internal policies for disciplinary action and Table of Discipline.
Keep current with emerging compliance practices, identify the need for and, in consultation with the Emerging Markets Corporate Compliance Office, engage in the development of new compliance processes, procedures, and / or policies as appropriate
Build and maintain networks with people across Takeda to identify areas of risk or knowledge deficiencies and, in consultation with the Emerging Markets Corporate Compliance Office, develop and implement customized training strategies to meet those needs
Provide daily guidance and counsel on compliance policy interpretation and implementation
Conduct routine monitoring and periodic risk assessments of business activities, in coordination with the Emerging Markets Corporate Compliance Office.
Perform other tasks and duties which may be assigned by immediate supervisor.
Qualifications and Competencies
Bachelor’s Degree in any business course
Minimum 5-7 years of work experience, preferably in the pharmaceutical industry
Broad experience of advising on compliance matters, including on relevant pharma code / s
With more than 2 years of training experience preferred