Senior Manager Compliance EMEA
£84000 - £85000 per annum
Professional Services
Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
Permanent
Remote

SciPro are exclusively partnered with a global rare disease company who are on the brink of a period of phenomenal organizational change and growth. They are currently looking for an experienced individual to join their European Compliance function as Senior Manager Compliance.

The ideal candidate will have experience of the UK APBI code with some experience of additional EMEA markets. You will be responsible for managing the UK Healthcare Compliance Program whilst supporting the Senior Director Compliance with additional EMEA compliance programs. You will also be responsible for effectively planning and delivering training to cross functional teams. This is a great opportunity to join a fast-growing business who foster a culture of collaboration, passion and respect.

Key responsibilities:

  • Develop and deliver compliance training
  • Develop and implement SOPs
  • Support transparency reporting
  • Management of HCP Engagement Tool

Key experience:

  • Demonstrable compliance experience within healthcare
  • Strong communication skills to ensure EMEA compliance voice is heard across the organization
  • Experienced in developing and delivering training to different departments
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