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    • permanent
    • S$5,000 - S$10,000 per month
    • full-time
    about the companyOne of the largest pharmaceutical companies is looking to expand the regional compliance team, hence looking to hire a Regional Compliance Executive to assist on the overall ethics and compliance program.about the jobReporting to the Head of Compliance, you are responsible for all compliance related matters including implementing the compliance policies and collaborating with other internal stakeholders such as HR, Audit and Finance to ensure and monitor enforcement of the standards and regulations across APAC region. Besides, you will assist to conduct and supervise compliance and ethics risk assessments, monitoring, evaluation and associated incident handling and remedial actions, as well as delivering training and communications on the Compliance programs. Day to day basis, you will conduct due diligence and manage compliance issues including anti-bribery and corruption, hence the familiarity with governing laws including FCPA is necessary.. Furthermore, conducting investigations or inspections for compliance or ethic issues, as well as monitoring the conduct of employees through reviews and providing relevant training. skills and experience requiredPossess at least a Degree in Law, Business or Finance with at least 5 years of experience in handling compliance and risk management. Candidates from the healthcare or pharmaceutical industries are highly preferred but not mandatory. Familiarity with compliance law and regulations with strong organisational and communication skills are the key components for this position. To apply online please use the 'apply' function. (EA: 94C3609/ <R2090612> )
    about the companyOne of the largest pharmaceutical companies is looking to expand the regional compliance team, hence looking to hire a Regional Compliance Executive to assist on the overall ethics and compliance program.about the jobReporting to the Head of Compliance, you are responsible for all compliance related matters including implementing the compliance policies and collaborating with other internal stakeholders such as HR, Audit and Finance to ensure and monitor enforcement of the standards and regulations across APAC region. Besides, you will assist to conduct and supervise compliance and ethics risk assessments, monitoring, evaluation and associated incident handling and remedial actions, as well as delivering training and communications on the Compliance programs. Day to day basis, you will conduct due diligence and manage compliance issues including anti-bribery and corruption, hence the familiarity with governing laws including FCPA is necessary.. Furthermore, conducting investigations or inspections for compliance or ethic issues, as well as monitoring the conduct of employees through reviews and providing relevant training. skills and experience requiredPossess at least a Degree in Law, Business or Finance with at least 5 years of experience in handling compliance and risk management. Candidates from the healthcare or pharmaceutical industries are highly preferred but not mandatory. Familiarity with compliance law and regulations with strong organisational and communication skills are the key components for this position. To apply online please use the 'apply' function. (EA: 94C3609/ <R2090612> )
    • permanent
    • S$8,000 - S$12,000 per month
    • full-time
    about the company. A well-established company in the retail space is looking to hire a Global Data Protection Officer to manage the personal data to ensure smooth transition of business. about the jobAs the Data Protection Officer, you are responsible for conducting regular assessment to ensure GDPR compliance, and also providing necessary training to the employees. Also serving as the middle man in between company and relevant authorities as well as maintaining records of all data processing activities conducted by the company. Serving as the point of contact between the company and the relevant supervisory authority and working closely with the business stakeholders and updating the management regarding personal data protection developments and the relevant risks and impact. You are also expected to manage incident response in the event of data breach. skills and experience requiredPossessing at least a Bachelor Degree in Law or equivalent, you have minimally 2 years of experience in handling data protection and compliance works. You have high analytical skills and are a good team player. CIPP qualification is desirable but not a must. To apply online please use the 'apply' function. (EA: 94C3609/ <R2090612> )
    about the company. A well-established company in the retail space is looking to hire a Global Data Protection Officer to manage the personal data to ensure smooth transition of business. about the jobAs the Data Protection Officer, you are responsible for conducting regular assessment to ensure GDPR compliance, and also providing necessary training to the employees. Also serving as the middle man in between company and relevant authorities as well as maintaining records of all data processing activities conducted by the company. Serving as the point of contact between the company and the relevant supervisory authority and working closely with the business stakeholders and updating the management regarding personal data protection developments and the relevant risks and impact. You are also expected to manage incident response in the event of data breach. skills and experience requiredPossessing at least a Bachelor Degree in Law or equivalent, you have minimally 2 years of experience in handling data protection and compliance works. You have high analytical skills and are a good team player. CIPP qualification is desirable but not a must. To apply online please use the 'apply' function. (EA: 94C3609/ <R2090612> )
    • permanent
    • S$12,000 - S$18,000 per month
    • full-time
    about the company. Our client, one of the market leaders in the commodity industries with global existence, is looking to hire the first Regional Compliance Manager (Sanctions) to manage the AML and sanctions matters for the Asia and some Europe regions. about the jobImplement, manage and support the AML & Sanction program across Asia countries including Malaysia, Singapore and Dubai and also support the due diligence systems for sanctions and data protection. Also, implement the policies and procedures, as well as assist in developing strategies to drive the global culture of compliance.Following up closely on international regulations related to Sanctions and Data Protection and identifying and mitigation of risks as necessary. Also support the commercial team during negotiations of contracts in relation to sanctions matters. Working closely with the external lawyers and internal stakeholders, participating in Board meetings to provide advice on the mitigation of legal and sanction risks. skills and experience requiredPossess at least a Degree or Masters in Legal, Economics, Technology or Accounting. Min 6-8 years of experience in handling sanctions or anti-money laundering matters, meticulous and strong business acumen skills. To apply online please use the 'apply' function. (EA: 94C3609/ <R2090612> )
    about the company. Our client, one of the market leaders in the commodity industries with global existence, is looking to hire the first Regional Compliance Manager (Sanctions) to manage the AML and sanctions matters for the Asia and some Europe regions. about the jobImplement, manage and support the AML & Sanction program across Asia countries including Malaysia, Singapore and Dubai and also support the due diligence systems for sanctions and data protection. Also, implement the policies and procedures, as well as assist in developing strategies to drive the global culture of compliance.Following up closely on international regulations related to Sanctions and Data Protection and identifying and mitigation of risks as necessary. Also support the commercial team during negotiations of contracts in relation to sanctions matters. Working closely with the external lawyers and internal stakeholders, participating in Board meetings to provide advice on the mitigation of legal and sanction risks. skills and experience requiredPossess at least a Degree or Masters in Legal, Economics, Technology or Accounting. Min 6-8 years of experience in handling sanctions or anti-money laundering matters, meticulous and strong business acumen skills. To apply online please use the 'apply' function. (EA: 94C3609/ <R2090612> )
    • permanent
    • S$11,000 - S$16,000 per month
    • full-time
    about the company. Our client, global service provider of the medical devices is looking for a regional compliance manager to manage global compliance matters. about the jobReporting to the Head of Compliance, you are responsible for all compliance related matters including drafting, modifying and implementing the compliance policies and collaborating with other internal stakeholders such as HR, Audit and Finance to ensure and monitor enforcement of the standards and regulations across different regions including Japan, Taiwan, Australia and New Zealand. Besides, it is also important to evaluate the efficiency of controls and improving the system, and you will assist in develop strategies to drive the global culture of compliance. Day to day basis, you will conduct due diligence and managing compliance issues including anti-bribery and corruption, hence the familiarity with governing laws including FCPA is necessary. Furthermore, conducting investigations or inspections for compliance or ethic issues, as well as monitoring the conduct of employees through reviews and providing relevant trainings. skills and experience requiredPossess at least a Degree in Law, Business or Finance with at least 5-8 years of experience in managing regional portfolio. Familiar with compliance law and regulations with strong organisational and communication skills. Additional language skills such as Mandarin and Japanese are advantageous but not necessary in order to liaise with Chinese and Japanese stakeholders. To apply online please use the 'apply' function. (EA: 94C3609/ <R2090612> )
    about the company. Our client, global service provider of the medical devices is looking for a regional compliance manager to manage global compliance matters. about the jobReporting to the Head of Compliance, you are responsible for all compliance related matters including drafting, modifying and implementing the compliance policies and collaborating with other internal stakeholders such as HR, Audit and Finance to ensure and monitor enforcement of the standards and regulations across different regions including Japan, Taiwan, Australia and New Zealand. Besides, it is also important to evaluate the efficiency of controls and improving the system, and you will assist in develop strategies to drive the global culture of compliance. Day to day basis, you will conduct due diligence and managing compliance issues including anti-bribery and corruption, hence the familiarity with governing laws including FCPA is necessary. Furthermore, conducting investigations or inspections for compliance or ethic issues, as well as monitoring the conduct of employees through reviews and providing relevant trainings. skills and experience requiredPossess at least a Degree in Law, Business or Finance with at least 5-8 years of experience in managing regional portfolio. Familiar with compliance law and regulations with strong organisational and communication skills. Additional language skills such as Mandarin and Japanese are advantageous but not necessary in order to liaise with Chinese and Japanese stakeholders. To apply online please use the 'apply' function. (EA: 94C3609/ <R2090612> )

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