Group Compliance Officer (GB)


Romania (Remote)


Position summary

pliance training, and BU compliance plan, as deemed appropriate for the
BU's operations.
5. Primary responsibilities with regard to the Compliance Program include the following:
i. Principal oversight and monitoring of the ABC Compliance Program at the business group level, in conjunction and coordination with the
ii. Develop an understanding of key compliance risk areas for the BU and monitor emerging risk areas or trends for the BU, and developing
appropriate policies and procedures to address those risks.
iii. Provide proactive support to BU leaders to identify potential areas of compliance risk and provide advice and guidance concerning risk
iv. Annual review of compliance policies and procedures.
v. Reporting to the Chief Compliance Officer and/or the Senior Compliance Officer on the progress and implementation of the Compliance
Program activities.
vi. Reporting to the Chief Compliance Officer and/or the Senior Compliance Officer any compliance-related issues or matters at the BU level,
including any matters raised through the Disclosure Program.
vii. Coordinating with the CCO, ABC Corporate Security and Regulatory Affairs (CSRA), Internal Audit, Legal and/or Office of Compliance
team, on all compliance reviews and monitoring activities. This includes, but is not limited to, annual or periodic reviews, and overseeing any
resulting corrective action.

viii. Assist in the annual risk assessment process conducted by the Office of Compliance.
ix. Assist in the resolution of regulatory and compliance matters relating to the BU to which they are assigned.
6. Manage Reportable Events Committee, including maintaining minutes of meetings.
7. Promotes participation in, and completion of, various compliance training requirements.
8. Performs related duties as assigned by the Chief Compliance Officer and/or the Senior Compliance Officer, including duties related to
compliance with the requirements of the Corporate Integrity Agreement, dated as of September 28, 2018 (CIA), between the Office of the
Inspector General of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and the Company.
9. Responsible for performing responsibilities with a demonstrated high degree of integrity, good judgement, assertiveness and an
approachable demeanor, while eliciting the respect and trust of the CCO

What your background should look like

Requires broad training in related field through completion of a four-year Bachelor's Degree program or equivalent combination of education and experience; juris doctor preferred. Normally requires 10+ years related and progressively responsible experience; previous work experience as a regulatory attorney or compliance professional in a business subject to Federal health care program requirements, FDA and DEA requirements is strongly preferred.


  1. Demonstrated extensive knowledge of applicable state and federal regulations
  2. Knowledge of AmerisourceBergen policies and procedures
  3. Proficient interview and interrogation skills
  4. Ability to work alone as well as with others
  5. Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  6. Ability to collaborate with others
  7. Ability to evaluate facts, determine alternative solutions to problems, evaluate courses of action, and make sound management decisions
  8. Strong interpersonal skills; self-starter
  9. Ability to travel as required

What Cencora offers

All team members globally are provided with basic life insurance, personal accident insurance, business travel accident insurance, and EAP resources at no cost. Additional country-specific benefits such as healthcare, sick leave, death and disability, retirement, as well as perks and allowances may be provided. Details of programs vary by location.


Full time

Affiliated Companies

Affiliated Companies: AmerisourceBergen Services Corporation

Equal Employment Opportunity

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