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Director, Ethics & Compliance BU Advisor

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In-House

Job Type

Attorney

Years of Experience

Min 7 yrs required

Location

East Hanover, NJ

Date Last Verified

Sep 16,2017

Posted on

Aug 09,2017
Practice Area
Health Care >> Health Care
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Director, Ethics & Compliance BU Advisor The candidate will provide independent, strategic business partnership with business leadership to anticipate and identify proactive strategies/solutions to address business needs and potential risks, and help ensure that activities and processes comply with all applicable company's policies, laws, regulations and professional codes of conduct. Competent, Compliance Advisory Services: Provide sound leadership and business decision advisory support to various teams (e.g., business franchises and functional departments) within the US Oncology Business Unit as the primary and independent compliance consultant to help enable the achievement of business goals, objectives, and innovative new approaches in a manner that achieves compliance with company policy, laws and regulations, relevant guidance, codes and Corporate Integrity Agreement requirements. Lead the development of a Vision for the Compliance Program and related culture of integrity and compliance for assigned groups, in collaboration with the business leader and the Head of E&C for US ONcology; this should set the direction for the aligned approach to compliance, as well as establish key metrics for evaluation within the Business Unit; this execution is to be led by the Business Unit Head and his/her Leadership Team. Strategic advisor to help guide the BU’s development and administration of their Risk Assessment Plan, re-lated self-monitoring plans, aggregated company's risks and any other relevant remediation plans, with feedback loops to E&C for measurement and reporting. Complete relevant training in order to effectively conduct compliance monitoring and inquiries assigned by the BPO according to BPO/E&C protocols, and report results to E&C; identify and oversee inquiries for review and coaching by the business with results reporting to E&C. Provide current information for the business on known and foreseen internal and external compliance trends to proactively guide and adjust business initiatives accordingly. Partner with CIA team and functional areas to ensure effective, timely and complete execution of all CIA-related deliverables and any relevant audit remediation within assigned groups. Drive education and strategic knowledge of E&C associates related to the products, strategies, and trends of assigned groups. Drive execution within assigned groups of new compliance related policies, initiatives or projects. Promote and facilitate a continuous learning environment via the identification and communication of actual or suspected gaps or failure to adhere to company's policy, laws and regulations by associates in accordance with company's Code of Conduct reporting obligations. Develop and administer educational programs and training relevant to assigned groups consistent with the core goals of E&C educational curriculum. Other ad-hoc compliance projects as assigned. Contribute as active member of US Oncology E&C Leadership Team and respective Leadership Teams of assigned groups.

Qualification and Experience

The candidate should have Bachelor's Degree or equivalent 4 Year University Degree. Advanced degree e.g., Masters in Juris Prudence, JD degree, or other high-level education relevant to the practice of law and/or healthcare compliance expertise preferred. Completion of relevant certification program preferred (e.g., Seton Hall Healthcare Compliance Certification, ECI LPEC Certification). Must have 7+ years of experience in the pharmaceutical industry. In depth understanding of the operations of a pharmaceutical company including manufacturing, marketing, sales, and distribution. Experience developing content and delivering quality education programs. Strong knowledge of relevant regulatory/compliance requirements (e.g., Federal HealthCare Program and FDA laws, regulations, codes, guidances (e.g., OIG program guidance), Federal Sentencing Guidelines, NPC CIA. Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to develop trusting relationships with stakeholders required. Strong partnering skills to identify and leverage knowledge from across the organization. Excellent analytical/reasoning, problem solving, organizational and multi-tasking skills. Strong policy, process and project management skills. Excellent presentation skills and executive presence. Demonstrated ability to prepare and deliver analytical, written and oral communications appropriate for multiple audiences and levels within the organization. Demonstrated track record of partnering with business to establish a common vision to enhancing business performance.

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