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Corporate - General Attorney in Ridgefield, CT

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Company name

Boehringer Ingelheim

Organization Type


Job Type


Practice Area

Corporate - General

Years of Experience

5-7 yrs required


Ridgefield, CT

Date Last Verified

Aug 31,2017

Posted on

Jul 31,2017

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Associate Director, Compliance Investigations The candidate's duties and responsibilities: Conduct and lead investigations concerning various forms of alleged misconduct and non-compliance or unethical behavior related to violations of the Code of Conduct, policies or procedures, laws or regulations. As part of the investigation process, conduct interviews, analyze evidence, review applicable background documentation, read and interpret applicable policies and procedures, and collaborate with investigatory and business stakeholders, while maintaining strict confidentiality and integrity during the investigation process. Manage large case load of investigations in a prompt, thorough and professional manner. Maintain confidentiality and sensitivity to all issues. Prepare timely, accurate, and complete written case summary reports. Present investigation case summary reports at investigation review committee meetings in a concise, meaningful and organized fashion. Presentation shall include the identification of potential non-compliances and the initial assessment of the ramifications of risks to the Company. Partner with Human Resources and Employee Relations business partners to ensure that corrective action plans are implemented. Conduct root cause analysis to understand factors contributing to potential policy or procedure violations and develop recommendations of additional compliance controls and remediation activities for identified gaps. Conduct trend analysis to prepare actionable insights to be shared with key stakeholders. Review trends and make recommendations for future proactive approaches to minimize future investigations. Develop and present investigation-related trainings within Ethics & Compliance. Ensure transparency into the investigatory process with impacted business stakeholders by developing and presenting on the speaking up process and culture. Collaborate with key functional area stakeholders to ensure maintenance of investigative protocols and policies on an ongoing basis.

Qualification and Experience

The candidate should have Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution required. JD degree from an accredited institution preferred. Should have 5 - 7 years of investigatory experience with demonstrated independent oversight required. Must have actual experience in conducting and leading investigations from commencement through to conclusion. Should have 5+ years of pharmaceutical company relevant experience. Effectively manage a significant caseload under tight deadlines. Must be able to distill a high volume of facts to prepare well-documented summaries with cogent analysis. Demonstrated ability to influence, communicate effectively in writing and during presentations, build relationships at all levels. Serve as a subject matter expert on investigations. Apply and maintain progressive knowledge of investigative techniques which are compliant with government laws and regulations. Ability to interact with all levels within the organization. Performs all Company business in accordance with all regulations (e.g. EEO, FDA, OSHA, PDMA, EPA, PhRMA, etc.) and Company policies and procedures. When violations are noted/observed they are to be immediately reported to management. Demonstrates high ethical and professional standards with all business contacts in order to maintain BIPI’s excellent reputation within the medical and pharmaceutical community. Must be legally authorized to work in the United States without restriction.

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Company info

Hiring Coordinator
Boehringer Ingelheim
900 Ridgebury Rd.
Ridgefield, CT 06877