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Associate Director, Auditing & Monitoring

Description: The Associate Director, Auditing & Monitoring, will be accountability for the region-wide Auditing & Monitoring program, including ownership for leading the building, designing, implementing and owning the Auditing and Monitoring Program for BI's U.S. pharmaceutical, bio-similar and animal health businesses. He or she will have full accountability to lead and direct scheduled and for-cause audits, functional reviews and individual assessments of company controls, operating procedures and Compliance consistent with established operating policies and procedures and applicable government regulations.  The AD, Auditing & Monitoring will both lead the function on a company-wide basis, as well as serve as a "player/coach" and will be responsible for the day-to-day leadership, oversight and accountability of the Auditing/Monitoring Program. He or she will also supervise other Auditors/Monitors, and will also perform auditing and monitoring activities in the field, with a specific expertise and focus on Field-Based Medicine, Commercial-Medicine interface and Medical monitoring, and other emerging risk topics.   As an employee of Boehringer Ingelheim, you will actively contribute to the discovery, development and delivery of our products to our patients and customers. Our global presence provides opportunity for all employees to collaborate internationally, offering visibility and opportunity to directly contribute to the companies' success. We realize that our strength and competitive advantage lie with our people. We support our employees in a number of ways to foster a healthy working environment, meaningful work, diversity and inclusion, mobility, networking and work-life balance. Our competitive compensation and benefit programs reflect Boehringer Ingelheim's high regard for our employees   Duties & Responsibilities: Responsible to lead in the designing, implementing, evolution, continuous improvement and ongoing ownership of BI's Auditing & Monitoring Program throughout the United States: lead and own the BI Auditing/Monitoring Program, including with respect to assessing and incorporating new and emergent risks areas; Develop healthcare compliance audits to evaluate adherence to company policies, laws, and guidance; Develop the Monitoring Program, including healthcare compliance monitoring plans in partnership with Compliance Business Partners, to evaluate adherence to company policies, laws, and guidance (e.g., field rides, data reviews, patient interactions, etc.) Perform Auditing & Monitoring: Oversee and have full accountability for the day-to-day execution of the Auditing/Monitoring program, including management of assigned staff and third-party resources. Perform auditing and monitoring, including in the field. Execute Risk Assessments / Create Mitigation Strategies / Report Progress to Plans: Execute periodic healthcare and/or other compliance risk assessment and draft corrective action plan; Analyze relevant company and/or field-based data to assess healthcare compliance risks, and identify risk-mitigation strategies. Oversee assignment and accountability for mitigation of auditing/monitoring findings for Compliance Business Partners. Draft reports and assessments related to risk assessment, monitoring and auditing activities; Deliver detailed and meaningful presentations (oral and written) on related monitoring, auditing, and risk assessment activities, and assist with the development of periodic reports to relevant stakeholders and the Compliance Committee. Manage, coach and develop team members that support Auditing and Monitoring program.   Requirements: Bachelor's Degree from an accredited institution required; Master's degree from an accredited institution preferred as is a Compliance Certification Prior Pharmaceutical industry experience leading Auditing and Monitoring programs and teams, including leadership and overseeing auditing and monitoring activities; Medical expertise, knowledge or background sufficient to meaningfully interact and/or understand the medical discussions with healthcare providers. Robust knowledge of Pharmaceutical and related healthcare compliance regulations, and demonstrated knowledge and experience in conducting audits and monitoring. Excellent communication skills written and verbal; developing and presenting communications, recommendations and findings to leadership teams. Excellent problem-solving and analysis skills including use of data analytic tools; ability to see trends and convert information to insights. Excellent interpersonal skills with demonstrated track record and ability to drive results as an effective team member and leader. Strong sense of ethics, responsibility and agility; takes accountability for independent and timely decision-making on issues of potential significant liability Ability to travel (approx. 50%) as required to meet business need. Bachelor's degree (minimum) or equivalent and six to ten (6-10) years' experience in a monitoring program role within a pharmaceutical Compliance (or similar) function.  Significant experience leading and managing an auditing/monitoring program in the pharmaceutical experience is necessary; Must be able to work independently to resolve issues and demonstrate excellent professional judgment; Lead teams and large projects with minimal supervision; Prior experience with data visualization and analytics software such as Spotfire or Tableau. Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively with other Compliance leaders, business personnel and with external partners; Flexibility and ability to adapt to changing conditions and drive accountability and results; prior experience leading others in auditing/monitoring activities.   Eligibility Requirements: Must be legally authorized to work in the United States without restriction Must be willing to take a drug test and post-offer physical (if required) Must be 18 years of age or older 1811073
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