Compliance and Privacy Auditor (m/f/d)

Location: Remote, Germany

Corporate

ZOLL Medical is a growing, innovation-driven company at the forefront of providing medical devices that save lives and software solutions that improve efficiency. With customers in more than 140 countries, we are constantly expanding our reach and product offerings. Hospitals, emergency services and other facilities trust us to provide high quality products and outstanding customer service. ZOLL products are used every day around the world to save the lives of people who suffer sudden cardiac arrest.

The Compliance & Privacy Auditor (m/f/d) performs compliance and privacy related audits of processes and monitoring activities, including testing key controls for significant risks, corrective and preventive actions for identified issues, and other related activities as required.

Location: Cologne or Germany (remote)

Fluent language skills in German and English are required

Travel 10-20% mainly in Europe.

Duties and responsibilities:

  • Programme Management: implementation of the actions defined in the annual audit and monitoring plan and KPIs.
  • Risk Management: Support the EMEA CPG Director in conducting corporate compliance risk assessments and developing and supporting the implementation of risk mitigation plans.
  • Monitoring and Auditing: Conducts audit and monitoring activities in accordance with the annual audit and monitoring plan, including assessments of programmes, processes and activities to ensure compliance with ZOLL's compliance objectives.
  • Investigations:  Assists the EMEA CPG Director in conducting investigations into compliance and privacy related issues, allegations or identified risk areas as required. 
  • Remediation:  Implements and tracks appropriate and consistent corrective actions for identified compliance issues and assessment activities.  Conducts assessments to determine effectiveness of corrective actions.


Work Experience:  

  • Bachelor's degree in accounting, business administration, economics or a related discipline.
  • At least two years of experience related to a corporate compliance programme or other complementary work experience (e.g. internal audit, internal controls, finance, accounting or legal).
  • Experience in the healthcare industry - devices, pharma or biotech is an advantage.
  • Confident with ERP systems (SAP, JDE, Oracle, Cognos..).
  • Experience in understanding and assessing operations and internal controls.
  • Ability to record, review and interpret data to determine the effectiveness of controls and potential risks.
  • Instinct for identifying areas of risk and red flags.