The Senior Manager - Corporate Audit is responsible for planning and conducting independent audit and risk oversight activities primarily related to the area of Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) and related interfaces with Good Clinical Practices, Pharmacovigilance, EHS, and Security. These audits provide an independent assessment of the design and operating effectiveness of controls and compliance with appropriate regulations, internal policies and procedures and good business practices. Additionally, this individual interfaces with business representatives and makes recommendations on oversight approaches for risk mitigation.
1. Provides fact-based input into the risk assessment of audit targets and conducts scheduled audits in accordance with Corporate Audit processes.
2. Conducts other oversight activities (e.g. Assessments, due diligence, compliance investigations) as assigned.
3. Identifies ways to improve audit processes to ensure appropriate assessments of controls in an evolving business model.
1. Recommends approaches for oversight activities to mitigate risks across the assigned business line.
2. Identifies ways to improve oversight and assessment processes.
1. Works within functional area to ensure consistency in approach and to minimize gaps and redundancies in activities.
2. Cultivates strong relationships within Corporate Audit to achieve an effective oversight program.
3. Uses compliance and business intelligence to forge relationships critical to a comprehensive oversight program.
1. Maintains high level of awareness of changing needs of the business, industry trends, competitive activities and regulatory environment.
2. Takes on special projects at the request of management.
3. Serves on Corporate Audit departmental committees/teams, as necessary.
4. Assists in the development/updating of Corporate Audit departmental standard operating and administrative procedures.
5. Serves as a resource on GMP compliance matters.
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