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Senior Compliance Specialist

Smith&Nephew Sp. z o.o.About the company

  • Osmańska 12, Warszawa
    Warszawa, Masovian
  • Offer expired 13 days ago
  • Remote recruitment
  • contract of employment
  • full-time
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Smith&Nephew Sp. z o.o.

Osmańska 12


Your responsibilities

The Senior Compliance Specialist (Compliance Validation Team) for the Office of Ethics and Compliance (OEC) helps provide assurance to the Smith & Nephew Board of Directors, executive management and OEC that anti-bribery and corruption controls have been effectively implemented in our global markets and in third party entities that do work on our behalf, such as distributors or vendors. Activities during validation assignments may include, but are not limited to, advance preparation, books and records reviews, process assessments, interviews, report writing, report calibration with the entity and the reporting of results to relevant management. Based on any findings, the reviewers help develop corrective and/or preventative actions and confirm these actions have been adequately implemented by the tested entity. This role works with the Compliance Director to identity new risk areas, develop test protocols and consider programme improvement.


Conduct global validations - including preparation, fieldwork (transactional testing, document review and process assessments/interviews), reporting and corrective/preventative action (CAPAs) development--to provide assurance that anti-bribery and corruption controls have been effectively implemented in our global markets and in third party entities that do work on our behalf, such as distributors or vendors. Fieldwork Testing involves working with financial records, which may not be in English, from various systems; confirmation that transactions adhere to global and local standards; and ability to assess the severity of potentially non-compliant transactions. Reporting includes calibrating the report results with the entity, writing an executive summary and detailed explanation of assignment scope and findings and sharing the report with relevant management. CAPA development includes working with the entity to define CAPAs, assessing the adequacy of CAPAs and confirming completed CAPAs satisfactorily resolve the audit finding and prevent recurrence of failure

Through testing, identify inconsistencies or lack of clarity in anti-bribery and corruption controls and provide recommendations on how to improve these controls, including by identifying entity-level best practices and sharing them globally – 10%

Work with Compliance Management to design and develop new and innovative methods to test compliance with global anti-bribery laws, such as the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) or UK Bribery Act; medical device industry codes, such as MEDTECH or AdvaMed; and Smith & Nephew's global policies and procedures, particularly those focused on preventing bribery and corruption – 5%

Assist in other departmental activities as determined by the department manager – 10%

Our requirements

  • Degree level qualification

  • Professional qualification (Certified Public Accountant / Certified Internal Auditor or equivalent qualifications)

  • Must be fluent in English.

  • 5 years experience in a monitoring or audit type role working in a medical device, pharmaceutical firm, large corporate or public accounting practice

  • 2 years post-qualification experience preferred

  • Experience of Anti-bribery and corruption (ABAC) frameworks and familiarity with Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) / UK Bribery Act an advantage

  • Experience managing relationships across a stakeholder matrix

  • Strong analytical skills with an ability to analyze trends, issues or red flags that may point to bribery or corruption risks.

  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills, including a demonstrated ability to write clear and concise reports for executive management or principals in third parties that do work on our behalf.

  • Exceptionally strong organization skills with the ability to handle multiple tasks, deadlines and requests effectively and within deadlines.

  • Ability to work under pressure while maintaining accuracy leveraging exceptional attention to detail.

  • Ability to work autonomously and as part of a team.

  • Regular interaction with market-level executives (e.g., managing directors), Compliance Officers, Legal, and third party principals.

  • Considerable matrix working is expected between business groups, OEC groups, HR, finance, and legal

  • Travel Requirements: 25–50%

  • International Travel has been suspended due to the COVID-19 pandemic and remote assurance is currently being provided by the function. Post COVID-19 we would expect International travel to be up to 25%-50%.

  • Benefits

  • sharing the costs of sports activities

  • private medical care

  • sharing the costs of foreign language classes

  • sharing the costs of professional training & courses

  • life insurance

  • remote work opportunities

  • flexible working time

  • integration events

  • saving & investment scheme

  • corporate library

  • sharing the costs of holidays for kids

  • employee referral program

  • charity initiatives

  • extra leave

  • wellbeing programs

  • mentoring program

  • annual bonus

Smith&Nephew Sp. z o.o.

At Smith+Nephew, global medical technology company, we design and make technology that takes the limits off living, and we help healthcare professionals achieve the same goal. Together we improve life, while also improving performance. This formed the basis for our purpose, #LifeUnlimited, and our culture pillars of Care, Collaboration and Courage.

Care means that we show empathy and understanding for each other, our customers and patients.

Collaboration means we work together as a team, based on mutual trust and respect.

Courage is about continuous learning, innovation and accountability.

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