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AbbVie: Determined to Make a Difference [Updated]
People. Passion. Possibilities. Those three simple words mean everything at AbbVie, where patients always come first. So do cutting-edge science and innovation, which fuel our expanding pipeline as we take on the world's toughest health challenges in oncology, immunology, liver disease, women's health and beyond. Together, we strive to make a difference for patients around the world. For more visit: www.abbvie.com.Provide strategic direction and leadership for Operations Support function in the Office of Ethics and Compliance (OEC). Specific areas of responsibility include: Policies and Procedures, Training, Communications, Code of Business Conduct, Global Strategic Systems and Monitoring, and Global Transparency. Key Responsibilities Includes: Develop vision and strategic plan for OEC Operations Support function in alignment with company strategic objectives, and drive the development, implementation, and monitoring of ethics and compliance policies and procedures to ensure compliance with laws/regulations. Responsible to streamline OEC processes and identify synergies across OEC and the enterprise in all areas and develop vision and strategic plan for Training, Communications, Global Strategic Systems and Monitoring, and Global Transparency. Work with leadership and staff to recognize communications opportunities and execute appropriate strategies to support them Oversee staff of approximately 15-20 members and develop talent management strategies for team and promote a culture of high performance and continuous improvement that values learning and a commitment to quality Manage department budget and related financial updates and provide oversight for implementation of effective compliance program with emphasis on policies/procedures, training, communication, monitoring, and data analytics. Oversee risk assessment activities and perform proactive ongoing review of evolving external regulatory requirements and identify opportunities to enhance compliance program and devise plans to implement program updates to mitigate significant risk. Develop materials and presentations for executive leadership, Board of Directors and government contacts and develop organizational compliance strategy by contributing information, analysis, and recommendations establishing functional objectives in line with organizational objectives Develop, initiate, maintain, and revise policies and procedures for the general operation of the Compliance Program and its related activities to prevent illegal, unethical, or improper conduct or practices Collaborate with other functions, determining accountability, andreview and resolution of instances of non-compliance. Establish measurements, develop and oversee control systems to prevent and address violations of legal guidelines and internal policies while anticipating emerging trends 15+ years of ethics/compliance experience (i.e. Fraud & abuse, government investigations, financial compliance, and/or regulatory) JD or Masters, preferred Successful previous responsibility in establishing and/or maintaining a significant based compliance program (regional, functional) Experience in a highly regulated industry (preferably pharma) Significant experience in a global compliance program Ability to lead and inspire teams with and without direct line of control High integrity, urgency and proven track record of independent judgment Fluency in English Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Veterans/Disabled