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Paula O'Reilly
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Ethics & Compliance Forensic Monitoring and Investigations Lead

Reference:POR827224 Location: Cork
Qualification:DegreeExperience:7-9 Years
Job Type:PermanentSalary: Not Disclosed
May be suitable for: Compliance Specialist

An Ethics & Compliance Forensic Monitoring and Investigations lead is required to join a leading global pharmaceutical business based in Cork. This is an opportunity to join a vibrant multi-cultural and multi-lingual team where you will play your part in making a difference for people the world over by supporting the business as it discovers, develops and delivers medicines that help people live longer, healthier and more active lives. The Ethics and Compliance Forensic Monitoring and Investigations Lead will be responsible for leading and conducting forensic monitoring activities to evaluate adherence to Policies, Procedures, and local industry code and regulations globally, as well as overseeing the direction of non-privileged, level-3 investigations conducted by qualified HR investigators. This position will report into Sr Advisor for Anti-Corruption and Investigations, based in the United States. Work activities will be focused on conducting additional monitoring beyond that completed by the local E&C staff in specific geographies. Training, qualification and oversight for monitoring activities will be provided by the Global Ethics and Compliance function.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Lead understanding of known business risks, industry wide risks and drive forensic assessments and monitoring of business practices using monitoring programs and protocol for specific business activities.
  • Direct and conduct forensic data analysis on identified transactions/transaction types to determine themes and/or identify risk areas.
  • Oversee the E&C Investigations Director to ensure high risk, non-privileged investigations are conducted appropriately and effectively.
  • Direct qualified global investigators in conducting high-risk, non-privileged investigations.
  • Ensure any allegation is well understood, defined, and documented by the global investigator. For highest risk investigations, provide oversight for the written investigation plan, including interviews, document review, and data collection, all to uncover the root cause of the misconduct.
  • Provide ongoing subject-matter expertise to E&C director of investigations or HR qualified investigator during the investigation process.
  • Provide oversight to qualified investigators and the E&C director of investigations to ensure process to assess preliminary root cause and recommend a conclusion is effective and is well documented

The Person

  • Proficiency in English language
  • Bachelor’s degree
  • Prior experience as investigator, auditor or ethics and compliance monitor
  • Strong communication skills
  • Technical skills with attention to details
  • Qualified candidates must be legally authorized to be employed in Ireland
  • Juris Doctorate or equivalent, OR CPA or equivalent, OR Certified Fraud Examiner

  • Orientation toward details and facts, with strong judgment and principle-based decision making
  • Ability to work collaboratively and network internally
  • Ability to travel globally for monitoring purposes, up to 50%

For further details please contact; Paula O’Reilly on 087 7094141 or send CV in confidence to [email protected]