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We are searching the best talent for Health Care Compliance Director to be in Sao Paulo, Brazil.

Purpose: The Director, Health Care Compliance Officer for Pharma or MD Brazil will be responsible for developing strategy and provide management and oversight of the Health Care Compliance / Health Care Business Integrity (HCC/HCBI) program, drive operational excellence, develop and continuously improve a Compliance framework and program for applicable sector on a cluster level (Brazil). The Director will be accountable for driving strategy, enhancement on risk management, collaboration, consistency and simplification across processes within the cluster, serving as the trusted compliance advisor to the country leadership team as well as other senior leaders and key stakeholders offering advice, analysis and drive strategic discussion, including new and/or enhanced approaches as per business strategies, activities and evolving risk across the cluster. The Director will have overall responsibility for setting and managing a robust compliance program exercising judgment to mitigate business risk and managing the allocation of resources to support business initiatives. The role serves as a key interface to other Health Care Compliance members at a Corporate and Regional level.

You will be responsible for :

Set and drive strategy and enhanced approach to HCC/HCBI Program(s) based on business models, activities and risk profile for the assigned sector (Franchises or Business areas)

  • Strategic facilitator on Compliance Programs.
  • Collaborate with key business and HCC senior leaders to actively support new business models and growth strategies; advising on strategic changes including new and enhanced approaches required to meet current and/or evolving compliance needs, as well as general counseling on complex HCC and Business issues. Support transformational projects.
  • Responsible for reviewing complex agreements and commercial arrangements from the HCC perspective in several areas, including distribution, supply, and sales
  • Responsible for building, maintaining and enhancing an effective compliance program in light with the DOJ Guidelines to ensure its business activities comply with HCC/HCBI laws, regulations, industry standards, and company poilices related to the promotion and marketing of health care products and services, interactions with health care professionals and/or government officials, including, as applicable, off-label promotion, U.S. anti-kickback and false claims statutes, Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) and other anti- corruption laws, compliance with corporate integrity agreements, deferred prosecution agreements, or other settlements, as applicable.
  • Set strategy and drive continuous enhancement on the compliance program from the prevention, detection and correction perspectives.
  • Engage with seniors’ leaders by providing regular updates to their teams and partnering with key stakeholders to ensure governance and oversight of the compliance program to effectively prevent and/or detect violations of laws, regulations, or company policies, as well as set strategy for all relevant remediations in alignment with Regional and Corporate structures (HCC, GAA & Law Department).
  • Lead and drive the HCC Committee process and strategic agenda to ensure relevant compliance requirements and updates are shared with leaders of the relevant business units.
  • Act as a consultant, adviser, and approver, as needed, for business activities involving HCC risks.
  • Active member of Leadership teams acting as first line of compliance communication to the business senior leaders, to ensure appropriate review projects and initiatives
  • Enable compliant business growth by ensuring the Sector HCC team at a cluster level partners with the Law Department and HCC peers to help the business navigate through risks associated with engagements with Health Care Professionals, Government Officials and related entities; new business models; designing controls into business processes to mitigate risks; and ensuring the implementation of these controls.
  • In collaboration with HCC Global Operations, Policy, Training Communication provide strategic direction and oversight of HCC/HCBI policies/procedures, education, training, and communications on HCC/HCBI requirements to all relevant employees

Respond to complaints and reports of potential misconduct through appropriate investigations and escalations, consistent with Company policies and procedures. Advise HCC Senior Management and business stakeholders of potential compliance risks, compliance related incidents and investigations, trends, root causes, and recommend and implement appropriate action plans.

  • Partner with HCC Global Operations in developing and implementing the annual HCC testing & monitoring program and provide oversight of management action plans and corrective actions to close gaps identified during risk reviews, testing and monitoring.
  • Lead and mentor Manager/Professionals within HCC at a local and Regional level, fostering a high-performance culture within team members.
  • Design and implement performance objectives and development plans to ensure continued high levels of motivation, capability and delivery;
  • Responsible to align with key stakeholders on HCC priorities, training and educational needs and consistent compliance efforts.
  • Influence the external environment to help shape policies and bring insights into the organization through active partnership with law department, GA&P and industry groups and associations.
  • Actively engage in the enterprise-wide Talent Management process for HCC. Qualifications and requirements:

Required Minimum Education: Advanced degree or equivalent Required Years of Related

Experience: 10-12 years of business experience including a minimum of 5 years’ experience and demonstrated leadership in HCC or related compliance function

  • Demonstrated experience in the development and implementation of a compliance program in accordance with an organization’s risk profile is required.
  • Ability to lead project teams across multiple business units and functions
  • Proven track record interacting with senior executives and ability to influence senior leaders, as well as other levels within an organization is required
  • Broad business experience and a proven ability to collaborate across all levels of the organization, negotiate and influence business decisions, and work towards solutions to drive compliant growth
  • Ability to advise senior leaders and key stakeholders on business initiatives or complex compliance issues
  • Sound and Independent judgment
  • Aptitude for managing through ambiguity and creating solutions
  • Strong leadership and interpersonal skills
  • Solution orientation and ability to take decisions with significant impact on the risk management process and business results
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills, organizational skills, program management sills, and analytical/process skills
  • Ability to seek for innovation and bring spirit of improvement
  • Ability to make things happen through managing a broad set of Credo based values
  • Proven track record as a self-starter with ability to manage complexity

Safe Fleet requirements:

Since this position is eligible for Company Car as working tool, it is also required:

  • Valid driver’s license.
  • At least 3 years of driving a car experience, preferably in highway zones (between 80 and 110 km/h) and with standard vehicles.


Local: São Paulo – SP

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