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Serves as the Senior Ethics & Compliance Officer and Member of Ethics Steering Committee and is the AWPC liaison to Leonardo S.p.A.’s Surveillance Body. At the direction and with the concurrence of the General Counsel & Corporate Secretary, advises and provides guidance to Senior Management on compliance-related issues, including internal investigations. Research agencies with jurisdiction over the company, develop internal compliance requirements, to ensure legal compliance, and support other internal functional areas and draft a comprehensive Compliance Matrix in a prioritized manner.
Maintains current knowledge of laws and regulations and keeps abreast of recent changes; periodically revises the ethics and compliance program based on changes in the organization, the law, regulation or other internal procedures. Develops materials for distribution and training to all employees to enhance awareness of compliance activities. Attends group and third party job related training and maintains current with Pennsylvania Continuing Legal Education Requirements.
At the direction of the General Counsel and Corporate Secretary, investigates and acts on matter related to compliance, including the flexibility to design and coordinate internal investigations (e.g., responding to reports of problems, hotline calls or suspected violations) and drafting and implementing proposed corrective actions, if warranted.
Manages due diligence documentation for all third party consultants, lobbyists and works with Internal Audit to ensure compliance
Manages all aspects of international trade compliance activities for AWPC and serves as the representative on the Leonardo Trade Council. Includes development, implementation and training. Works in conjunction with the General Counsel and Corporate Secretary on government investigations and the drafting and finalizing of Voluntary and/or Directed Disclosures.
Assists General Counsel & Corporate Secretary with other legal matters including contract reviews, transactional risk mitigation charts, commercial and government contract negotiation and drafting, and similar transactional matters. Support company litigation or alternative dispute resolution as assigned by the General Counsel & Corporate Secretary; gather and compile all the internal documentation related to each case as required during the discovery process; liaise with outside counsel as directed and necessary; and research and obtain information in order for the Legal Department to inform company executives of case or claim status, likelihood of success, settlement negotiations and disposition of cases.
Juris Doctorate from an American Bar Association accredited US law school and admission to the bar of Pennsylvania as an active member in good standing or possessing the prerequisites under the PA Board of Law Examiners Rule 302 to be admitted as Limited In-House Corporate Counsel are required.
Minimum 5 years of law firm or in-house corporate legal experience with experience focused on compliance and general corporate legal matters
Competencies & Attributes:
Demonstrate the business acumen and authority necessary to achieve compliance for all assigned business segments and be self-directed with minimal supervision. Strong written and oral communication skills and the ability to effectively interact with a variety of high-level business personnel.
Review and analyze range of legal issues facing AWPC. Exercise excellent judgment and advise senior management decisions based on clear understanding of legal, technical, regulatory and business requirements.
Ability to prioritize a high-volume, multi-tasking environment and quickly synthesize technical program information and apply regulatory requirements. Domestic and International travel will be required.
Ability to interpret rules of the Federal Acquisition regulation (FAR) and department of Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement (DFARS) will be required.
AgustaWestland Philadelphia Corporation (AWPC) is a premier US helicopter manufacturer.? AWPC is home to AgustaWestland's second and critical AW139 final assembly line.? Our state of the art manufacturing facility is based just outside Lower Bucks County, conveniently located outside Southern New Jersey and Center City Philadelphia.? AWPC's operations also support the expanding fleet of AgustaWestland helicopters in North and South America.?