Celgene Senior Director, US Healthcare Compliance in Summit, New Jersey

Description

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TWO POSITIONS AVAILABLE : 1) Sr. Dir., US Healthcare Compliance - Inflammation & Immunology Franchise Business Partner and 2) Sr. Dir., US Healthcare Compliance – Hematology/Oncology Franchise Business Partner

Summary:

  • The position of Sr Director, US Healthcare Compliance is responsible for the oversight of the US Compliance Program for the assigned Franchise.

  • Under the direction of the VP, US Compliance Officer, the position is responsible to operationalize Corporate and Healthcare policies and initiatives.

  • This position requires close collaboration and coordination with other regional HCC teams, Legal, Internal Audit, Healthcare Compliance Audit and other relevant functions.

  • The position is expected to be a reliable source of information and interpretation of compliance principles and operationalization of compliance requirements

Responsibilities include but are not limited to the following, with respect to US Healthcare Compliance in the Franchise and under the direction of the US HCCO:

Core Responsibilities:

•Identifying potential areas of HCC risk and developing plan of action to address those areas of risk, including but not limited to working closely with Legal.

•Responsible for overseeing the implementation and operationalization of Corporate Policies and Global Procedures for the Franchise, including but not limited to assistance with procedural documentation and an understanding of the intent of corporate policies and training.

•Takes a leading role in establishing and implementing remedial activities for HCC audit findings and interacting and following through with applicable department and functional heads for corrective actions and implementation.

• Actively participate and acts in the capacity of Secretary for HCC Board meetings to prepare reports, presentations, meeting agendas and minutes of meetings.

•Maintains a good understanding of developments in applicable HCC legislation, initiatives and enforcement trends for the US and actively shares this information across relevant functions.

•Member/leader of cross-functional teams that perform HCC compliance investigations and investigations on compliance matters referred by the Compliance and Ethics Committee.

•Assist Business owners with training activities in cooperation with Legal on HCC matters.

•Ensure regular HCC updates and activity monitoring to the US HCCO and the US HCC Board.

•Participate in Corporate Policy meetings as the Franchise representative. Provide input for the creation and review of Corporate Policies on behalf of the US including the creation, implementation and management of business continuity plans for the US I Franchise.

•Lead development and implementation of US HCC Policies and Procedures in close collaboration with the business, the cross functional US HCC team and Legal.

•Manage the compliance training requirements for the US Franchise as specified by the risk assessment, and provide regular updates to senior management on the levels of training compliance within the US Franchise.

•Perform other compliance-related activities as directed by the VP, US Compliance Officer.

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Qualifications

Prerequisites:

•A Bachelor’s degree from an accredited undergraduate institution.

•A minimum of 6 years of experience in US healthcare, with significant experience in US healthcare compliance (“HCC”).

•HCC Certification.

•Extensive knowledge and understanding of applicable HCC laws and guidance, including but not limited to OIG guidelines, AMA guidelines, PhRMA Code, Corporate Integrity Agreements, Anti-Kickback, False Claims Act, Spend Transparency.

Equal Employment Opportunity

Celgene is committed to equal opportunity in the terms and conditions of employment for all employees and job applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, age, gender identity or gender expression, national origin, disability or veteran status.

Celgene complies with all applicable national, state and local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment as well as employment eligibility verification requirements of the Immigration and Nationality Act. All applicants must have authorization to work for Celgene in the U.S.

Senior Director, US Healthcare Compliance

Location: Summit, NJ, US

Job ID: 17000704