Job Summary: The Business Integrity Officer NAME is responsible for:
Embedding overall compliance with Unilever’s Code of Business Principles (the Code) and Code Policies in NAME,
Developing a system of local processes and controls with a view to build and maintain a compliance culture in NAME and
Achieving operational excellence in enforcing the Code between Unilever employees and relevant third parties.
BI officer manages the NAME Business Integrity Committee (BIC), plays a significant role in the Global Unilever Compliance network and ensures there is a clear & efficient connection between global and local Unilever legal teams.
Qualifications, Skills and Experience:
The Unilever Business Integrity Officer NAME should hold a University degree in law or compliance;
Three years of relevant practice;
This role would suit a manager already working within Legal Group or the BI team looking to broaden experience in compliance area and develop expertise in NAME region. A good grasp of relevant underlying legal, compliance ways of working, risk and crisis management is essential.
The ability to manage key stakeholders and to be an agent for the change are essential in this role as is the ability to manage potentially sensitive and complex investigations.
BI officer should have the following skills and competencies:
Good knowledge of legislation and regulations related to compliance agenda in FMCG business in NAME;
Excellent communication & influencing skills;
Fluent level of English (speaking & writing). Arabic language is an advantage but not necessary;
Excellent analytical & judgment skills;
Excellent management skills;
Advanced operational computer skills with basic software (MS Outlook, Word, Excel, Power
Unilever is a Dutch-British transnational consumer goods company co-headquartered in Rotterdam, Netherlands and London, United Kingdom. Its products include food, beverages, cleaning agents and personal care products. It is the world's largest consumer goods company measured by 2012 revenue, and is also the world's largest producer of food spreads, such as margarine. It is Europe’s 7th-most valuable company. Unilever is one of the oldest multinational companies; its products are available in around 190 countries.