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Legal Manager

Category:  Legal, Compliance and Audit
Location: 

Karachi, Sindh, PK

   

Does your motivation come from challenges and working in a dynamic environment? Are you enthusiastic about understanding the business and bringing attention to key business challenges? Then we might have the right position for you. We are looking for an enthusiast Legal Counsel or Legal Manager with “can-do” attitude to join the our local Legal & Compliance team.  

As an employee at Novo Nordisk Pakistan you will have the potential to make a significant difference to patients, the medical profession and society.


About the department


Novo Nordisk Pakistan affiliate has been growing fast and our 300+ employees share a passion for changing patient lives. You will be joining a highly qualified team and you will report directly to the Legal & Compliance Director.  

 At Novo Nordisk, you will have the opportunity to build a life-changing career in a global business environment.  We encourage our employees to make the most of their talent, and we reward hard work and dedication with the opportunity for continuous learning and personal development. Are you ready to realize your potential?


The position

 

The main purpose of the role will be to manage Legal matters in the Pakistan Affiliate, providing proactive high-quality advice and risk assessment, in compliance with Novo Nordisk policies and external laws and regulations.

The main accountabilities include:

  • Effectively implement the Global Legal Strategy addressing the priorities as agreed with IO and APAC Regional Offices.
  • Ensure legal compliance with relevant laws and legislation in the Pakistan affiliate, in line with priorities agreed with Affiliate Management Team and IO and APAC Regional Legal Team.
  • Ensure legal compliance with data protection laws and legislation and internal requirements in the Pakistan affiliate.
  • Provide proactive, fast, effective, high quality and business-oriented legal support and advice in Pakistan affiliate key projects, litigation matters, disputes and arbitrations.
  • Ensure effective contract management, drafting, reviewing and negotiating contracts, as needed, from legal perspective. Provide and implement best practices, as well as contribute for the improvement of the process.
  • Coordinate and implement an effective system for archiving legal documents.
  • Support elaboration and effectively implement the Affiliate Legal Plan and global policies and procedures within the Affiliate as well as coordinate the development of additional policies and procedures to address local law and pharma industry requirements to supplement the Global policies when needed.
  • Provide proactive and high-quality advice on Legal issues and support staff by giving information and training as necessary.
  • Implement action plans to minimize risk, together with the Affiliate Management Team and in line with BECO, IO and Regional Office processes.
  • Support other functions within the Affiliate or in HQ (e.g., BECO and GIA), IO and Regional office by collecting and coordinating internal Legal data from various departments and sources, as required.

 

You will ensure that functions in the Affiliate understand and follow standards and processes which are constantly updated in response to changes in regulations, laws and industry (or other) trends that may impact the business and are often challenged and scrutinized by authorities.

 

Qualification

 

You must have a Law Degree from high-ranked Law School and be Member of the applicable legal bar/law society. Ph.D. in Law or LL.M. degree or equivalent (desired).

You should have:

  • Minimum 4+ years’ legal experience with at least 2+ years in the pharmaceutical, chemical, life sciences or medical device industry.
  • On-the-job experience in tier-one law firm.
  • Extensive knowledge of pharmaceutical regulation and business transactions.
  • Experience with Business Ethics and Compliance in pharmaceutical or medical device industry (including codes of conduct, FCPA and UK Anti-bribery Act)
  • Fluent in English (mandatory).  

This position requires high degree of independence and ability to network, innovation and personal initiative. It is expected a proficient level on the following skills:

  • High Performing                                            
  • Communicating with Impact                           
  • Stakeholder Management                               
  • Business and Industry Understanding              
  • Focused on What Matters                              
  • Risk Analysis, Assessment and Action
  • Compliance Expertise    
  • Trusted Legal Advice    

 

Working at Novo Nordisk

 

At Novo Nordisk, we use our skills, dedication and ambition to help people with Diabetes, Obesity, Haemophilia and Growth Hormone Disorders. We offer the chance to be part of a truly global workplace, where passion and engagement are met with opportunities for professional and personal development.

 

Deadline

 

19th May 2021

 

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Millions rely on us
To work for Novo Nordisk you will need the skills, dedication and ambition to change lives for the better for millions of patients living with diabetes and other chronic diseases. In exchange, we offer the chance to be part of a truly global workplace, where passion and engagement are met with opportunities for professional and personal development.