Compliance Jobs Report: Feb. 10
Lots of news from the medical world in the Compliance Jobs Report this week! Updates from Smith + Nephew, Cleveland Clinic, Medtronic, and ScionHealth; plus news from non-medical companies including Booking.com, JPMorgan Chase, Qatar Energy, and others. Our job leads this week are all in government, and Meme of the Week goes out to internal reporting!
As always, thank you to all the compliance people sending me tips and links to keep this report going. We need your help to make the Report work, so send me some news! If you have a tip to pass along, email me at [email protected] or find me on LinkedIn .
Compliance Jobs News
This week we begin with medical device giant Smith + Nephew, which has hired Adriana Davies as vice president of compliance and privacy for the United States. Davies joins the company from Medtronic, where she had been compliance officer for the company’s surgical and renal care divisions.
Speaking of Medtronic, Leah Omar has a new role there, moving from compliance officer for the cardiovascular unit to a similar role in the company’s neuromodulation unit.
Cadeler, a Danish company that provides components and services to the offshore wind industry, has hired Robert Skillington-Smith as ethics and compliance officer. Skillington-Smith comes to Cadeler after five years at the Intercontinental Hotels Group, where he had been director of ethics and compliance.
Libra Group, a holding company that owns several dozen businesses in aviation, energy, maritime, real estate, and other sectors, has named Richard Blaksley as the group’s first-ever chief risk and compliance officer. Blaksley has spent the last few years as a senior adviser for London-based consulting firm S-RM; earlier in his career he was chief compliance officer for Savannah Energy and a long-time senior executive at Kroll.
Two updates from the Cleveland Clinic. First, Mario Miszalski has joined the healthcare company as compliance director in its London operations. Miszalski comes to the healthcare giant after a short stint at British broadcast giant Sky, where he had been group compliance operations; prior to Sky he also worked at Camelot and Juul Labs. Cleveland Clinic also moved Anastasia Kurguzikov into a new role as international compliance program manager; she had previously been a compliance program manager. Kurguzikov is based at the company’s headquarters, which of course is Cleveland.
Kenvue, a newly formed consumer health company that’s a subsidiary of Johnson & Johnson, has named Quintus Joubert head of compliance. Joubert had previously been global vice president for compliance and ethics in J&J’s consumer health group; and has served in various roles at J&J for nearly 13 years.
JPMorgan Chase has slotted Elie Schreiber into a new role, moving him from vice president in charge of international client onboarding at JPM’s commercial bank to vice president and control manager for the commercial bank. Schreiber has been with JPMorgan since 2012.
In Switzerland, fintech firm Viseca has hired Hannes Müller as senior compliance manager. Müller previously worked at Sulzer, a manufacturer of fluid engineering components, as group compliance officer.
Booking.com has promoted Amy Sandra Lee, from director of compliance operations to deputy chief compliance officer. Lee has been with the company since 2020, and is based in the Netherlands.
Qatar Energy has hired Shawna McEwen as a senior compliance specialist. McEwen comes to the energy giant from Pembina Pipeline Corp. in Canada, where she had been a senior adviser on competency and technical training.
Johnson & Johnson has promoted Elieen Choo in its Singapore office. Choo had been senior manager for third-party ethics and compliance in Asia-Pacific; now she’s director of supply chain and enterprise functions for the region.
Louis van den Bogaard has joined Dutch semiconductor manufacturer ASML as manager of compliance operations and processes. Van den Bogaard comes to ASML after a year at Prosus Group in the Netherlands, where he had been an ethics and compliance officer.
Karen Nightingale has parted ways with Royal Mail in Britain, where most recently she had been director of compliance and ethics. No word yet on what she might do next.
TUI, the travel and tourism giant based in Germany, has hired Dietmar Deffert as group director of integrity and compliance. Deffert joins TUI after six years at machinery manufacturer Schlaeffer, where he had been chief compliance and security officer for Europe.
In Minneapolis, EMC Insurance has promoted Heidi Jo Soukup, from compliance consultant to compliance manager.
Jessica Luna has joined ScionHealth as vice president of compliance programs and strategy. Luna had previously been at Toyota North America, where she was a senior manager for compliance programs.
In Tampa, Fla., Cove Behavioral Health has hired Donna Marchesani as director of corporate compliance. Marchesani previously worked at the delightfully named RHINO Lawyers, a local law firm, as a legal assistant.
And Charles River Labs, provider of life sciences research products and services, has promoted John Dalton from director of corporate compliance to senior director.
Rob Barker is celebrating one year at Avalon Funeral Plans, “the U.K.’s most trusted funeral plan provider,” as head of compliance.
Nora Feher is celebrating one year at meatpacking giant JBS USA, where she is senior director of ethics and compliance.
Geeta Kaveti is celebrating one year as chief compliance officer at Nevro, a medical equipment manufacturer in California.
Claudia Holl Teles is celebrating five years with GSK, as a compliance officer in Brazil.
Andrew McBride just hit five years at Albemarle Corp., where he is chief risk officer.
Vendors & Service Providers
GRC vendor news! Archer, one of the big players in integrated risk management software, has acquired Atlas, a policy management startup that actually spun out of a business incubator shop run by PNC Financial Services.
Open Req Orders
This week our open req orders are all about government service!
The Los Angeles Unified School District is looking for a chief compliance officer. Job is based in Los Angeles, of course; and annual salary is estimated at $153,000 to $190,000.
The Federal Reserve Bank of New York is looking for a chief ethics and compliance officer. Job is based in New York, and annual salary is estimated at $325,000 to $355,000. Which is quite a statement when compared to LAUSD’s salary range for a comparable role.
The World Bank is looking for an ethics counsel. Job is based in Washington, D.C., and the application window closes on Feb. 11.
Compliance Meme of the Week
That’s all for this week’s report.
As always, if you have a tip or want to brag about your new job, promotion, career milestone, or anything else, email me at [email protected] or find me on LinkedIn. I’m always happy to give credit to the many hard-working people here in our corner of the business universe.
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