Panasonic, Nevada, is expanding its legal team and inviting Investigations Counsel job from professionals.

About Panasonic

Panasonic Holdings Corporation, formerly Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd. between 1935 and 2008 and the first incarnation of Panasonic Corporation between 2008 and 2022, is a major Japanese multinational conglomerate corporation, headquartered in Kadoma, Osaka.

About Investigations Counsel Job Opportunity

Panasonic, Nevada, is expanding its legal team and inviting Investigations Counsel job from professionals.

Role and Responsibilities

  • Conduct internal investigations relating to EEO matters and employee misconduct in all areas of Panasonic Corporation of North America, PNA, business.
  • Investigative tasks include planning the investigation, reviewing relevant documents and other evidence, conducting interviews, and writing investigation reports.
  • Meet with senior-level managers to present investigative findings and document outcomes.
  • Help identify areas of improvement during investigations to ensure that appropriate remedial actions are put in place across PNA to help prevent repeat violations.
  • Administer PNAs whistleblower hotline and case management system, and work with key stakeholders to promote awareness of reporting channels.
  • Responsible for ensuring data on investigations is maintained, updated, and reported on properly.
  • Collaborate regularly with members of the Legal, Human Resources, Internal Audit, and other business partners, as needed for any given investigation.
  • Support the development of the PNAs compliance program, including developing policies, procedures, controls, and monitoring to ensure enterprise-wide compliance with applicable ethical and legal requirements.
  • Provide training to the organization on investigations process and procedure to ensure consistency of the investigations function throughout PNA.
  • Support the Office of Ethics and Compliance Operations, e.g., reviewing and handling conflict of interest disclosures, third-party diligence escalations, etc., as directed.
  • Working closely with PNA’s employment attorneys, provide advice and counsel to the business on EEO matters, including advising on accommodations.

Eligibility for Investigations Counsel Job

  • JD degree in good standing with the State Bar of NV or meets qualifications for certification from NV Bar Association for Limited Practice for In-House Counsel
  • At least 5 years of professional working experience in compliance or legal functions at a law firm, in-house or government
  • Experience conducting investigations and advising business clients on compliance matters
  • Demonstrated knowledge regarding EEO and employment laws, as well as other compliance-related regulatory regimes, including anti-bribery and anti-corruption, competition laws, and privacy
  • Familiarity with U.S. Sentencing Guidelines elements of an effective compliance program
  • Prior experience conducting root cause analysis and post-investigation remediation activities
  • Prior experience developing and providing training to investigators and business leaders
  • Prior experience with in-house, corporate hotline, and whistleblower case management solutions preferred
  • Direct knowledge of Navex Ethics Point is a plus

How to Apply?

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