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Chief Compliance Officer

Company name

Kaiser Permanente

Organization Type

Public Interest

Job Type

Non-practicing Attorney

Date Last Verified

May 21, 2020

Valid Through

Sep 03, 2020

Posted on

Dec 18, 2019

Years of Experience

Min 10 yrs required


Pasadena, CA, United States

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Chief Compliance Officer
Responsibilities: An engaged member of the School of Medicine's leadership team, as well as a member National Ethics and Compliance Senior Leadership Team. Plans, develops, monitors, revises and implements the School of Medicine-s compliance program including the development, implementation, and monitoring of compliance policies and procedures; administering compliance activities and supervising compliance staff; monitoring compliance with the Code of Conduct; managing disclosures related to conflicts of interest; and maintaining compliance reporting systems. Provides strategic guidance and representation to the School of Medicine leadership on changing governmental requirements, including complying with Title IX, the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act, reporting obligations under the Clery Act, and other regulations impacting the School of Medicine. Develops and promotes compliance education and awareness programs in concert with Kaiser Permanente-s National Ethics and Compliance Program. Conducts compliance monitoring and assessment in collaboration with the School of Medicine associate deans, faculty, and staff. Reports on compliance performance to School of Medicine leadership and committees and serves as chairperson of the School of Medicine-s Compliance Committee. Oversees adequate record maintenance and ensures processes are in place to document compliance efforts. Directs the assessment of targeted compliance issues, investigations, or potential problems and coordinates internal compliance investigations and routine audits. Assists affected departments in scheduling and responding to federal agency reviews and investigations, with guidance from the Safety/Risk Management Officer and Senior Management as appropriate. Reports compliance issues and activities on a regular basis to the audit committee of the School of Medicine Board of Directors. Advises the Dean, associate deans, faculty, and staff on the improvement and attainment of compliance related objectives in the discrete subject matter areas (e.g., research compliance, data privacy and security, Title IX, Clery Act, employment/HR related compliance obligations, EEOC, ADA, False Claims Act, conflicts of interest, third party management, etc.). Acts as a resource for compliance related information and support and serves as a catalyst for the achievement of best practices in all compliance subject matter areas. Promotes a culture of compliance and ethical behavior. Responsibility for accreditation and regulatory activities and will coordinate with various leaders and organizations internal and external to the School of Medicine. Coordinate and collaborate extensively with the national ethics and compliance department, as well as the compliance officers who are responsible for the hospitals where School of Medicine students will be working.

Qualification and Experience

Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in related field (Health Care, Business, etc.). 10+ years of escalating managerial work-experience in a highly diversified organization. 10+ of years of escalating responsibility and work-experience in the compliance field or related field (internal audit, law, etc.); to include progressive management roles in large, complex organization with successive levels of accountability and results. Significant compliance orientation, coupled with business process expertise and acumen. Demonstrated knowledge of current thinking and practice around the business of compliance. Significant knowledge of pertinent regulatory requirements and compliance program elements. Demonstrated ability to collaborate, communicate and work effectively with senior leadership and a broad cross section of management/leadership from a broad range of functional areas. Demonstrated ability to influence and motivate interdisciplinary teams and individuals who do not report directly to the CCO. Demonstrated ability to learn new subject matter areas. Confidence and ability to succeed in new situations and scenarios. Demonstrated expertise in organizational development, project management, and strategic planning. Superior communications skills (both oral and written) Demonstrated high ethics and integrity. Preferred: Experience working with a Board of Directors, preferred. Master’s or law degree preferred.

Additional info

Job Number: 856462

Company info

Hiring Coordinator
Kaiser Permanente
180 E Walnut St Apt 393
Pasadena, CA 91103

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