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Guerbet is a leader in medical imaging worldwide, offering a wide range of pharmaceutical products, medical devices, digital and AI solutions for diagnostic and interventional imaging, to improve the diagnosis and treatment of patients.

A pioneer since more than 90 years in the field of contrast media, Guerbet is continuously innovating with 9% of revenue dedicated to Research & Development and four centers in France, Israel and the United States.

Guerbet (GBT) is listed on Euronext Paris (segment B – mid caps) and generated €817 million in revenue in 2019 with a global workforce of over 2,800 employees.

Achieve, Cooperate, Care and Innovate are the values that Guerbet's employees share and practice every day. Working at Guerbet means playing a unique part in the future of medical imaging. Passionate about its business, the company strive day in, day out to combine performance, quality and sustainable development.

For more information about Guerbet, please go to www.guerbet.com  and follow Guerbet on Twitter @GuerbetGroup

 

Compliance Manager

Description

Assists the NA Compliance Officer in the development, implementation and management of the company’s NA compliance program for compliance with applicable laws and regulations in a manner consistent with best practices and applicable law and guidance with particular focus on the operations of the Sales, Marketing, Commercial Operations and Medical Affairs functions in the U.S. Responsibilities include managing the company’s compliance with state and federal law requirements and providing of compliance support for state and federal aggregate spend reporting, developing and delivering training, Compliance policies and industry laws, regulations and guidance, assisting in management of investigations as needed, and providing guidance to employees on compliance matters. The Compliance Associate will assist in the review, revision and development of compliance policies and procedures as needed. This role will be responsible for providing guidance and advice to employees on compliance matters, and interactions with all levels within the US and global organization as well as vendors and other internal and external stakeholders.

Main Duties -

  •     Assists Compliance Officer in maintaining all aspects of the US Compliance Program including but not limited to compliance policy and procedure development, conducting and maintaining compliance training presentations and records, monitoring of compliance hotline, field and internal monitoring and auditing activities
  •     Manages the company’s compliance with state and federal aggregate spend reporting and disclosure laws
  •     Works closely with and provides compliance support to business units responsible for aggregate spend data (e.g. global compliance, medical, finance, IT)
  •     Develops and delivers training in compliance risk areas and regarding policies
  •     Develops and implements Compliance communications
  •     Designs and performs or coordinates compliance monitoring activities
  •     Assists Compliance Officer in risk assessments and reviews of compliance risk areas to determine need for improvement often in consultation and coordination with internal and external audit groups
  •     Prepares reports of compliance activities and metrics
  •     Provides guidance and expertise to local and global business partners on US compliance process issues
  •     Participates in investigations of potential compliance issues in accordance with company policy
  •     Works closely with Legal department to ensure appropriate legal risk management
  •     Works closely with cross-functional teams assessing proposed programs and activities

Required Skills & Background

  • Must demonstrate knowledge and understanding of pharmaceutical compliance issues
  • Must possess effective planning and organizational skills
  • Should have previous experience of working in or for the pharmaceutical/biotechnology industry, some of that experience involving the implementation of compliance programs, and an understanding of US pharmaceutical and other regulations, sales, marketing and medical practices.
  • Must have strong interpersonal skills, a flexible, collaborative and team-oriented approach to problem-solving and an ability to work in a fast-paced, rapidly changing environment.
  • Must possess effective public speaking skills

Education

  • Must have a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution; post-graduate degree or law degree may be a plus