Director of Corporate Compliance - New York

Compensation

: $176,515.00 - $176,515.00 /year *

Employment Type

: Full-Time

Industry

: Executive Management



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Job SummaryThe position is responsible for providing project leadership on Corporate Compliance Office initiatives, managing the Corporate Disclosure Program, and providing support to other compliance activities. Compliance services are provided to all entities. The results of the compliance activities are reported to both the Compliance Committee of the Foundation Board and the Holy Spirit Board. This reporting includes the status of the annual compliance work plan, prospective monitoring trends, and open compliance issues.A major portion of this position is to assess the significant risks (regulatory and operational) present in the entities and to develop strategies to mitigate those risks. The role is responsible for investigating reports of alleged non-compliance, as deemed necessary, to final resolution. The position develops necessary education plans and materials for general education programs and delivers presentations both in person and using online formats.The position reports directly to the Chief Ethics and Compliance Officer and assists others in the Corporate Ethics and Compliance Office as needed. The role also directs compliance program investigations and manages communication with those who report concerns.The role includes routine inter-facility commuting and may be called upon to perform critical assignments or projects outside of Danville because of their advanced knowledge and experience.Education And ExperienceBachelor's degree in Business Management, HealthCare Administration, Finance, or a related field required.Minimum of six years' experience in health care, corporate compliance, and/or internal auditing required.Significant experience at an integrated system of equivalent size or complexity, or to have worked in a compliance office in some other industry.

Competencies And SkillsDemonstrates sound judgment, discretion and ability to handle sensitive information appropriately. Experience using or accessing confidential materials including patient records, diagnoses, employee records, performance evaluations, time sheets, e-mails, financial data, and strategic information.Demonstrates computer skills including a working knowledge of Microsoft Office products (i.e. Word, Excel, Access and PowerPoint), computer applications, graphics and database management.Demonstrates proficient knowledge of word processing programs to produce complex documents (i.e. multi-column newsletters, pamphlets), spreadsheet programs to write basis programs (i.e. tables, look-ups), and other software programs to maintain data and create custom reports.Demonstrates familiarity with compliance software and risk management software programs.Demonstrates basic math skills for data analysis.Demonstrates the ability to work with individuals inside the organization on compliance concerns and/or performance of reviews and audits.Demonstrates strong research and analytical abilities to process information and arrive at problem resolution.Proven communication and negotiation skills to assist in reaching appropriate resolution.Demonstrates above average ability to communicate verbally and in writing. Demonstrated strong presentation skills.Demonstrates established project management and time management skills with demonstrated ability to balance multiple priorities while focusing on deadline, detail, accuracy and organization.Knowledge of current external events, i.e. legislation, trends, litigation, etc.Demonstrate strong people skills and effective interpersonal relationships.Willingness to address difficult compliance and audit issues.Ability to effectively call on expertise across Health System to address issues and concerns.Ability to be a resource to Health System with specific questions relating to regulations, compliance concerns, or audit programs.
Physician-led health system comprised of approximately 30,000 employees, including nearly 1,600 employed physicians, 13 hospital campuses, two research centers, and a 583,000-member health plan is nationally recognized for innovative practices and quality care. Serves more than 3 million people in central, south-central and northeast Pennsylvania.
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