Ingersoll Rand Leader-Compliance in Capital Region, Belgium


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Job Summary:

The Regional Compliance Director - EMEIA will be a key member of the global Ethics & Compliance Group of Ingersoll Rand. The position will be based in Brussels, Belgium and will report directly to the Vice President - Compliance and Deputy General Counsel, who is based in the United States. The Regional Compliance Director - EMEIA will be responsible for driving a positive culture of Ethics & Compliance as well as developing and implementing all aspects of the Compliance program in the region. Specifically, this employee will: chair the EMEIA Regional Compliance Committee; partner with regional business leaders to proactively mitigate ethics and Compliance risks in both individual transactions and business models; deliver in-region training and communications; support the Manager, Global Compliance Investigations in the thorough, professional and timely resolution of allegations of employee misconduct; conduct in-region risk assessments; and audit and monitor both Compliance risks and adherence with mandatory Compliance processes.


--Build a fully functioning Ethics & Compliance program in EMEIA

--Act as a champion of Ingersoll Rand's mechanisms for escalating allegations of employee misconduct, ensuring widespread employee trust in the fairness and professionalism of the reporting and resolution process

--Work closely with counterparts in adjacent functions including Legal, Audit and HR

--Assess Compliance and reputational risks across various Ingersoll Rand businesses and develop detailed mitigation plans

--Develop, maintain and revise regional policies and procedures to prevent illegal, unethical, or improper conduct in EMEIA

--Partner with other regional Compliance Directors as part of the Ethics & Compliance senior leadership team on strategic global initiatives to enhance Ingersoll Rand's Ethics & Compliance function

--Provide advice on local compliance issues in EMEIA

--Interact directly with regional SBU leaders to understand business risks in EMEIA and to identify potential compliance vulnerability

--Provide reporting and guidance to senior business leaders in the region regarding risks and proposed remediation

--Perform ongoing risk assessments

--Assist in conducting internal investigations as required by the Compliance Investigations Committee

--Deliver Compliance training and communications for the EMEIA region, in consultation with the Manager, Global Compliance Training and Communications, for a wide variety of substantive topics covered by the Ingersoll Rand Code of Conduct, including: ethical decision making and escalation of concerns; anti-corruption; competition; conflicts of interest; fraud; and theft.

--Oversee and participate in mandatory anti-corruption procedures involving the vetting of Third Party Intermediaries and review of overnight customer site visits

--Perform due diligence in transactional and M&A-related matters

--Work on special projects and assignments under the direction of the Vice President - Compliance

--Participate in assessing and remediating data-privacy issues impacting the region


--Accounting, Auditing, Finance, Investigation, Security or Legal background

--A minimum of 6-12 years of Compliance experience -- ideally at least 5 years in an in-house Ethics or Compliance position, preferably in an industrial company

--Expertise on structural elements of effective Compliance programs, as well as on substantive issues including anti-bribery, antitrust, fraud and theft

--Strong business acumen and excellent financial literacy

--Superior analytical skills -- excellent judgment and initiative

--Impeccable ethical track record and ability to inspire ethical behavior

--Excellent communications, presentation and negotiation skills

--Strong interpersonal skills with the ability to stand firm on issues with business clients when necessary

--Collaborative nature

--Business-oriented approach to problem solving, tempered by an appreciation for legal complexity, ethics and risk

--Detail-oriented and resourceful with excellent follow-through skills

--Ability to work under pressure and prioritize and manage workload, manage simultaneous tasks, and meet deadlines within a changing fast-paced environment

--Fluency in English is required, and fluency in one or more other languages is desirable

--This role will require extensive travel in the EMEIA region and to the United States.

Key Competencies:

--Leading authentically and humbly

--Modeling core ethical values

--Ability to be a positive change agent and create enthusiasm for ethics

--Collaborative style

--Strong, persuasive communications skills

--Deep analytical skills

We are committed to helping you reach your professional, personal and financial goals. We offer competitive compensation that aligns with our business strategies and comprehensive benefits to help you live your healthiest. We are committed to building an inclusive and diverse culture that engages as well as values the different backgrounds and experiences of our employee, which, in turn, spurs innovation, generates creative solutions and enhances our customer relations.

If you share our passion for inspiring progress—for bringing about bold shifts in how people, economies and societies operate—then you belong with Ingersoll Rand. Progress begins with you.

Primary Location: Capital Region-Belgium

Job: Legal

Schedule: Full-time

Shift: Day Job

Status: Regular

Type: Experienced

Posting: Feb 15, 2018, 10:37:43 AM