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COMPLIANCE CONTROL & RISK LEAD


Job ID: 1051151
Full-Time: Regular
Department (i.e., Application Hosting Services) Finance

POSITION PURPOSE
The Compliance, Controls, and Risk (CCR) Lead will be responsible for providing in-market risk, compliance and control guidance around Compliance Quality monitoring activities, remediation plans, and reporting.
The current in-scope areas for CCR function are Internal Control Over Financial Reporting (“ICOFR”), Sarbanes-Oxley Act (“SOX”), Healthcare Law Compliance (My Anti-Corruption Policy and Procedures (“MAPP”)), and Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (“FCPA”)
The scope of role may change to align with commercial restructuring.

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES
Operational Responsibilities:
Support Finance Director and GRCC Regional Colleague to develop and maintain a strong and practical risk awareness, compliance and control culture and environment
Provide in-market support, guidance, and consultation in collaboration with Finance Director, Business Process Owners, and Legal to:
With market leadership, ensure process and internal control changes resulting from new or changing Corporate Financial Reporting Policies and Procedures and Corporate/ Divisional FCPA/ MAPP/ Policies and Procedures are documented in local standard operating procedures (SOPs)
Develop and maintain a central repository for local SOPs and a maintain a change management process for local SOPs based on centralized GRCC guidance and Corporate Policy #506, "Records and Information Requirements"
Streamline and harmonize local policies, including removal of local/ divisional policies where they can be leveraged from Corporate Policies and Procedures
Support execution and coordination of annual ICOFR/ SOX and FCPA/ MAPP risk assessment in market using centralized tools/ methodologies developed by GRCC Leadership and Regional Colleagues; analyze and summarize results of risk assessments and report results
Provide local consultation and support with consistent guidance on ICOFR/ SOX and FCPA/ MAPP controls, best practices, monitoring and Corporate Audit trends, which includes guidance and instructions on FCPA/ MAPP/ and ICOFR/ SOX documentation and guidance/ questions related to the enabling technology requirements for FCPA/ MAPP
Provide support and guidance to business process owners in the development, execution, and documentation of remedial actions for any deficiencies in ICOFR/ SOX or FCPA/ MAPP design or operating effectiveness or process enhancements identified through day-to-day compliance and control activities, control self-assessments, Corporate Audits, or Compliance Quality monitoring activities
Document the ICOFR RCMs, including types of controls (key vs. secondary, preventive vs. detective, manual vs. automated) using the guidance provided by GRCC Leadership and Regional Colleagues (to the extent the BPOs and control owners need assistance)
Organize and manage any locally required SAS70 reports (or equivalent)
Support other risk and compliance management activities such as:
Gathering data and performing financial reporting related to Healthcare Professional (HCP) Payment Disclosure process from Corporate
Gathering data related to Financial Disclosure requests from Corporate Data Strategy and Reconciliation Team for “Payments of Other Sorts Search”
Gathering data related to Financial Disclosure requests from Corporate Data Strategy and Reconciliation Team for “Data Monitoring Committee Payment Searches”
Support the monitoring of the design and effectiveness of the remediation activity and report on its progress
Execute Compliance Quality monitoring activities using guidance, tools, and templates provided by GRCC Leadership. Activities include:
Coordinating and executing market internal control self assessment and certifications
Coordinating and executing SOX 302 and 404 certifications, where applicable
Executing analytical reviews used to identify and investigate red flags in the areas of ICOFR, FCPA/ MAPP, and T&E, which may include the identification of Key Risk Indicators ("KRIs”) and/ or Key Performance Indicators ("KPIs") that align with defined risk appetite and tolerance that can serve as dashboard mechanisms assisting with Compliance Quality monitoring and reporting, and which will ultimately allow for measurements of performance; may also include the monitoring of exceptions stemming from Oversight T&E tool
Performing walkthroughs of key controls
Performing sample based testing in the areas of ICOFR/ SOX, FCPA/ MAPP, and T&E to identify control deficiencies or exceptions or other red flags requiring investigation and/ or remediation
Assist Regional Finance Leaders, Finance Directors, and Regional Colleagues with coordination and preparation of the audit process, by serving as the main point of contact with the external/ internal auditors for scheduling and logistics; communicate the list of requirements to Finance Directors, Regional Colleagues, and BPOs and inform them of any non-compliance
Responsible for preparing annual FCPA Trend Analysis and certification. Responsible for preparing annual MAPP Trend Analysis and certification.
Report results of Compliance Quality monitoring activities using guidance, tools, and templates provided by GRCC Leadership and Regional Colleagues, which will also be presented to local and regional management
Execute escalation protocols designed by GRCC Leadership and Regional Colleagues for deficiencies or issues identified as a result of the execution of Compliance Quality monitoring activities
Partner with GRCC Regional Colleague and other key stakeholders (e.g., Legal, Divisional Controllers) to facilitate the development of periodic training materials related to ICOFR/ SOX, FCPA/ MAPP Compliance Quality activities
Perform periodic training in the market on ICOFR/ SOX, FCPA/ MAPP Compliance Quality activities, and the deployment of GRCC tools and reporting requirements
Support the Control Automation and Continuous Control Monitoring efforts driven by the GRCC Leader and CoE
Support global and regional compliance and control projects as appropriate
Support other in-market activities and compliance work as appropriate
Attend training as required

Qualifications (i.e., Preferred Education, Experience, Attributes)
Approximately 4 - 9 years of working experience in a risk management/ control environment, including experience with risk identification, measurement and assessment, risk monitoring, reporting and escalation
Experience working in a Internal Control Manager, Controller, Compliance and/ or Audit role
Experience in ICOFR, SOX, FCPA
Experience navigating a large, complex organization and managing stakeholders interests using a matrixed organization
Strong project management skills
Experience influencing and executing complex solutions involving multiple groups
Experience in developing and executing training at all levels of the organization
Bachelor's Degree from an accredited college or university; MBA / CPA preferred or other equivalent education/ certification (e.g., Chartered Accountant)
Excellent analytical skills with a demonstrated ability in risk identification, measurement and assessment, risk monitoring, reporting and escalation
Ability to work in a fast-paced and demanding environment
Strong organization and planning skills
Ability to communicate well within all levels of Pfizer
Ability to identify business issues/ opportunities and to frame business questions
Ability to interact with business and finance leaders across Pfizer Inc.
Savvy with industry and Pfizer financial systems and financial reporting processes.

TECHNICAL SKILLS/KNOWLEDGE REQUIREMENTS:
Strong understanding of key risk areas in scope
Knowledge of risk management, compliance and control frameworks (e.g., COSO) and concepts (e.g., risk and control identification, risk assessments, monitoring and reporting)
Strong knowledge of Pfizer’s markets globally; strong understanding of FCPA IT systems (e.g., ACM)

COUNTRY BRAND MANAGER

Job ID: 1051137
Full-Time: Regular
Reports to: Vaccines Country Brand Lead (CBL) - South Africa
Region: West Africa Region & East Africa Region

JOB PURPOSE
Collaborate with respective PIH CBLs to support development & execution of Marketing and Promotional Activities for the Pfizer Innovative Health (PIH) portfolio in West Africa and East Africa Region.
Take the lead in adapting, executing/implementing and tracking Marketing Strategy and Tactics for the PIH portfolio with the objective of providing customer-facing colleagues with relevant materials to drive growth in the portfolio/region.
Ensures that the strategies encompass all segments, channels and customers within the market. All under the guidance and coaching of the responsible CBLs.
Responsible for marketing management of PIH portfolio across West Africa and East Africa markets. Key accountabilities include:

Liaising with South African and Regional marketing teams
Develop and implement brand tactical matrix
Brand forecasting
Adaptation of promotional materials to support local execution
KOL development and management
Management of A&P spend

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES & ACCOUNTABILITIES
Responsibilities:
Financial:
Deliver on revenue and IBA of allocated brands
Produce and review the integrity and accuracy of forecasts with respective CBLs
Propose mitigation plans (as required) and implement, with respective CBL input
Participate in monthly brand reviews with respective CBLs
Work with Global Supply & Demand to input demand planning forecasts for respective brands
Review accuracy and reduction of obsolescence with respective CBLs
Manage expense budgets
Realize A&P and OME budgets
Work with respective CBLs and cross-functional colleagues to set up; monitor and track ROI of marketing expenditure and programs

Brand and Channel management, strategy and tactical plan development:
Development/adapt local strategies, promotional campaigns and programs to maximize brand value
Align implementation to regional and global strategies
Work with respective CBLs to learn/upskill on the brand-planning process (iplan)
Ensure the respective brands are managed according to life cycle requirements
Provide accurate analysis of data for the respective brands to support proposed local strategies
Work with respective CBLs to identify plans and implement core materials in line with tactical plans
Utilize inputs from respective core brand teams to support development of local strategies & tactics
Take accountability for ensuring all content, promotion materials and items for promotional purposes are approved (as required) and delivered timeously
Review pricing with respective CBLs and make recommendations for yearly adjustments and tender opportunities, working closely with H&V
Complete the demand planning to ensure continued stock supply to markets, avoiding stock obsolescence

Alignment across functions and stakeholder management:
Establish effective peer relationships and strong cross-functional collaboration & communication
Align key internal stakeholders - Medical, Marketing, Management, H&V, Regulatory, Sales etc - to drive business objectives, strategies and tactics for the respective brands
Collaborate with Sales to roll out and drive effective execution of campaigns and programs
Establish and maintain positive relationships with identified opinion leaders (private and public sectors)
Vendor management

Accountable:
Revenue achievement for respective brands
Develop/localize strategy and tactical plans
Delivery of material and content for customer facing colleagues
Forecast and management of revenue and expenses
Vendor management for brand specific initiatives

Shared Accountability:
Develop country Op Plan; revenue targets, brand A&P and FTE allocations
Long-range demand forecasting with demand planning and respective CBLs
Revenue adjustments (as needed) with Sales, Business Finance and respective CBLs
KOL development – in conjunction with Sales and Medical
On-boarding of new PSRs and identifying upskilling requirements with market changes

Education and Experience
Bachelor Degree in Sciences
Masters or MBA beneficial
2+ years Marketing experience preferred
5+ years experience within the pharmaceutical or healthcare industry

Skills and Competencies
Expect candidates to demonstrate these competencies:

Demonstrates business acumen
Acts decisively
Seizes accountability
Holds people accountable
Leads change
Self-awareness
Commits to “One Pfizer”
Builds effective teams (cross-functional)

Expect candidates to demonstrate these commercial /management competencies:
Demonstrated track record of ability to influence others without authority
Proven ability to perform effectively in a complex, changing environment, and the professional maturity to deal with ambiguity
Strong interpersonal skills are required, as well as excellent verbal communication and presentation skills
Well-organized with the ability to be flexible, prioritize multiple demands and effectively perform in a matrix organization
Strategic skills, including creativity and effectiveness in identifying and addressing major strategic challenges (e.g., new competition, shifting market environment) and the ability to balance short-term needs with long-term vision for a brand
Strategic and Operational Business/Marketing Planning:
Data analysis, interpretation and communications
Marketing, Customer and Competitor Insights
Marketing Execution
Performance and Program Metrics
Demonstrated collaboration/negotiation
Ability to facilitate open discussion and debate among key stakeholders and build internal and external relationships through partnering, anticipating needs, fulfilling expectations
Exceptional prioritization –among/across brands in portfolio,  resource-constrained context.     

FINANCIAL ACCOUNTANT

Job ID: 1051169
Full-Time: Regular

POSITION SUMMARY
The Financial Accountant position would be part of the Market/Site finance operations and the Cairo Shared Service
This position would be responsible for General Accounting, T&E/Procure-to-pay, Order to Cash, Statutory Audit support and Compliance & Control, Tax.
The position would report in dotted line to the finance lead in Cairo Shared Service (CSS) and Solid line to the finance lead in Market/Site.

POSITION RESPONSIBILITIES
Ensure accurate and timely booking of Journal entries and accruals booking.
Ensure proper filing and record management of all finance records
Liaise with the CSS to ensure timely reconciliation and clearance of open items in Balance sheet reconciliation, Bank reconciliation and Intercompany reconciliation
Perform balance sheet reconciliations for market owned accounts
Ensure proper accounting and coding of Health care payments
Collate T&E reports from market colleagues and work with CSS to ensure payment and processing. Ensure proper filling of the physical reports.
Manage vendor relationship and process management. Work with CSS to ensure accurate processing of vendor payment and manage physical records.
Liaise with Customer Service Group to validate Sales proof of delivery and book quarterly defer revenue.
Liaise with commercial team to ensure proper accounting and Processing of customers discount, rebate agreement & management including deductions and payment
Provide Returns and Deduction management, and customer & OTC Support.
Responsible for all Tax (Company Income Tax, all Indirect Tax and Transfer pricing) planning, payment, accounting, filing and returns.
Provide Tax audit support and executions. This will be done by liaising with the Tax Consultants.
Provide Statutory Audit support and executions liaising with CSS and Statutory Auditors.
Liaise with Site/Market Finance Manager to provide support on SOX / ICOFR, FCPA / GPIHP audit support for GRCC and Corporate Audit.
FCPA/GPIGP/ Global Vet / Other Similar audit support
Other Compliance and Control Activities support

Organizational Relationship
Local
Nigeria  Finance Lead
All other market stakeholder ( Internal and external: KPMG, Corporate Auditors)

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE
Bachelor's Degree in Accounting, Finance, Economics, Business or Analytical emphasis
3 years’ experience in similar position or management accounting preferably in the pharmaceutical industry.
Professional  qualification  (CIMA,  CA,  CPA,  ACA,  ACCA,  etc.)  an  added advantage

Skills:
Strong accounting and booking skills
Advanced  computer  literacy,  knowledge  of  JDEdwards  Enterprise  1  and  SAP systems an added advantage
Analytical skills and good background on data analysis
Usage of information resources
Strong numerical skills

BEHAVIOURAL SKILLS AND ATTRIBUTES:
Multi-tasker with ability to work under pressure, aptitude and willingness to learn, driven to achieve, high levels of attention to detail with focus on quality and accuracy is required in this position as the incumbent will have to timeously provide data, analysis and information for management use.
The incumbent will also require accurate data management skills to ensure that all the financial information given to internal customers is authentic and accurate.
Planning and organising is critical in this role in order to sustain a focus on performance and delivery of key objectives while resolving client queries timeously.

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DUE DATE: 14 April, 2017

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