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Lead Specialist, Global Assessment & Consulting Services EMEA
Preferred Location: Warsaw, Poland
Secondary Locations: Czech Republic, Slovakia, Belgium or Netherlands
The Lead Specialist, Global Assessment & Consulting Services is a core member of the Global Assessment & Consulting Services (GACS) EMEA team. The Lead Specialist is responsible for supporting proactive risk management, as well as executing on a portfolio of services to identify, mitigate and manage Health Care Compliance (HCC) risk as specified in the GACS plans consistent with HCC Critical Priorities and top sector and regional risk areas.
The Lead Specialist is responsible for executing on the projects to meet the execution of the annual workplan including assessments, pre-closure effectiveness checks, and assisting on consulting on management action plans and other activities. This role will leverage data analytics when applicable to identify potential gaps in controls. The role requires a trusted and solid performer with high potential and being capable of focus on continuous improvement, vigilance and the development of innovative approaches to assist the leadership team to assess emerging risk areas due to emerging new business models and changes in the regulatory environment and associated requirements.
Tasks & Responsibilities:
- Execute GACS assessments and Pre-Closure Effectiveness Checks (PCEC) assigned at each of countries / Operating Companies (OpCo’s) in partnership with the HCCOs using an approach that addresses the specific prioritized risks and business environments of each company.
- Partner with EMEA HCCOs and GACS team members to understand data driven needs to assess risk
- Documents and communicate results with HCCOs and help to facilitate the development of Management Action Plans (MAP).
- Assist the EMEA GACS team in activities in other EMEA countries on a need and/or project basis
- Represent the region on project teams to harmonize and standardize HCC assessment protocols, processes and systems.
- The role has a regional geographic scope – EMEA.
- Bachelor’s degree required; advanced degree is preferred.
- Minimum of 5 years of work experience required and experience in healthcare industry is preferred.
- Experience in HCC or related compliance/risk management function (regulatory, quality, finance) is preferred.
- Cross-functional and/or cross-sector experience is preferred.
- Experience in a multi-national environment is preferred.
- Demonstrated quantitative analytical or statistical skills required.
- Experience in conducting assessment and / or monitoring activities in one or more compliance areas (HCC, FCPA, Finance, Quality, Regulatory) required.
- Knowledge of HCC / fraud and abuse laws, FCPA and other anti-bribery acts; regulatory promotional practices, financial or auditing practices and company business processes and policies, such as Sales & Marketing, Medical Affairs, etc. is preferred.
- Knowledge of Microsoft Office (e.g.: Word, Power Point) and advanced knowledge of Microsoft Excel required.
- Knowledge of relevant HCC systems used globally and / or regionally (e.g.: Totality, iConnect, HCC Life, HighBond, EPiC) is preferred.
- Experience in utilization of data analytics outputs to extract meaningful and actionable insights is preferred.
- Knowledge information management systems and applications for data mining and analysis (Tableau, Power Bi, Alteryx, etc.) is preferred.
- Excellent English verbal and written communication skills, including formal presentation skills.
- Candidate must be a self-starter and be able to successfully manage multiple critical / complex issues simultaneously.
- Ability to influence, negotiate and communicate with internal customers.
- Certified Compliance & Ethics Professional (CCEP-I) is preferred.
This is what awaits YOU at J&J:
- An opportunity to be part of a global market leader.
- A dynamic and inspiring working environment.
- Many opportunities to work on challenging projects and assignments.
- Possibilities for further personal as well as professional development.
- Many employees benefits.
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