The Business Integrity Officer UTT is responsible for ensuring compliance with Unilever’s Code of Business Principles (the Code) and Code Policies and developing local due diligence procedures and other business controls with a view to embedding a compliance culture. The Business Integrity Officer is responsible for achieving operational excellence in enforcing the Code between UTT employees and relevant third parties. He/she will support the Business Integrity Committees in UTT and will be the visible go to person for the escalation of Code related issues within UTT. The role will report to the Senior Legal Counsel - Plantations.
The Business Integrity Officer UTT must demonstrate the judgment, drive and influence needed to deploy Unilever’s Business Integrity programme across UTT for optimal results, in liaison with subject matter experts and consistent with the global Unilever Roadmap for Business Integrity. The Business Integrity Officer utt will assist the Chief Legal Officer of ekaterra to deploy the Unilever Business Integrity Programme across the tea estates.
The Business Integrity Officer Tea Estates will interface with the following stakeholders:
The key accountabilities of the Business Integrity Officer Tea Estates are as follows:
Education and Awareness:
Maintains an understanding of applicable local compliance laws / regulations and best practices Deploys local procedures and controls to cover key local compliance areasEnforces COBP between UTT employees, its customers, contractors, and suppliers
Promoting the Code and Reporting channels:
Code compliance and (business) risk identification and assessment:
Code case handling and Investigations (breaches):
Additional Code Committee Support:
Standards of leadership applicable for this role are listed below in order of importance:
Bias for action Accountability and responsibility Building talent and teams Growth mindset Consumer and customer focus
The candidate should have a degree in law with 2-3 years post qualification experience, out of which 1-2 years’ experience should involve compliance-related work. Candidate should have a good grasp of relevant underlying legal frameworks, compliance, risk and business integrity issues. Training and support will be provided to develop areas of expertise. The ability to influence key stakeholders and to be an agent for change are essential in this role as is the ability to manage potentially sensitive and complex investigations.
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