The Integrity and Governance Officer is responsible for implementing effective, robust and timely compliance programme, relevant behaviour related codes and policies as well as ensuring ethics and integrity form the culture of PIDM.
Reporting to the Chief Integrity and Governance Officer (“CIGO”), the primary responsibilities include:
- Oversee and implement the corporate Compliance Programme, the Organisational Anti-Corruption Plan, and relevant behaviour related codes and policies including, but not limited to the Conflict of Interest Code for Employees, the Code of Business Conduct and Ethics for Employees, the Policy Against External Interference, the Policy for Disclosure of Information Concerning Improper Conduct (Whistleblowing Policy), and the Policy and Procedures on Public Disclosure of Information;
- Plan, coordinate, and implement ethics, integrity, and internal compliance related communications, briefings, trainings, workshops, and awareness programmes for employees;
- Detect, verify, investigate, and manage ethics, integrity, and internal compliance related violations or complaints in accordance with the relevant codes and policies as well as systematically manage information related to such violations and complaints;
- Support the CIGO in providing prompt and quality reporting to Management, the Board Committees, the Board of Directors, and other relevant authorities;
- Research and recommend best practice procedures, policies, processes, and systems, that relate to ethics, integrity, and internal compliance; and
- Liaise with relevant internal and external stakeholders on matters related to departmental functions, activities, and reporting requirements.
- Bachelor’s Degree with Honours in Law, Accountancy, Business, Economics, Finance, or related disciplines;
- Minimum five (5) years’ working experience in related fields such as ethics, integrity, and internal compliance or control functions;
- Certified Integrity Officer (CeIO) certification from the Malaysia Anti-Corruption Academy, or any professional qualification or certification from the Malaysian Institute of Integrity, or other accredited associations or institutions, will be an added advantage;
- Good understanding of the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission Act 2009, the Whistleblower Protection Act 2010, and relevant regulatory practices and requirements relating to ethics, integrity, and internal compliance;
- Meticulous, with strong research, analytical, and writing skills as well as thoroughness in facts examination, research, and approach to issues;
- Proficient in English and Bahasa Malaysia (both written and spoken);
- High ethical standards and professionalism;
- Resourceful with good interpersonal and people management skills; and
- Ability to work with a considerable degree of autonomy.