Brunel Healthcare Engagement Associate

PUB316525

About this role

About this role

Our client who is a healthcare leader is seeking a Healthcare Engagement Compliance Associate to support the team in house at the Toronto office.
This role is a contract opportunity until the end of January 2022, with great potential to extend
Location: On site role supporting the Toronto office
Contract length: Asap- Jan 31 2022
Hours: 7.5 per day 37.5 per week- Monday -Friday

As a subject matter professional in Healthcare Professional (HCP) value transfer operations, The Healthcare Engagement Compliance Associate (HECA) performs quality assessments of various HCP interactions at Company.
This fast-paced position focuses on an in-depth understanding of compliance and regulatory environments.
Collaborating with Sales, Marketing, Medical Affairs, Legal, and Access teams, this role develops business-enabling strategies and appropriate risk mitigating solutions.

Responsibilities:

• Execute quality assessments of Healthcare Professional (HCP) interactions at Company Healthcare interactions include (but not limited to) Advisory Boards, Corporate Sponsorships, Consulting Agreements, Speaker Programs, Steering Committees, and Train the Trainer sessions.
• Evaluate HCP interactions against local and global Healthcare Compliance, Legal, and Finance policies and procedures
• Provide consultation, risk mitigation, and prevention strategies for upcoming HCP interactions by collaborating with cross-functional colleagues in various departments.
• Support companywide transition of value transfer system by testing new solution, aiding in development of materials, and facilitating training sessions for internal users.
• Accurately identify training gaps and provide solutions to optimize process
• Document, raise, and approve deviations from SOP, communicating and collaborating with internal teams to develop corrective action plan
• Facilitate contract creation, signature, and payment following approval of HCP Value Transfer activities.
• Implement continuous process improvement to increase business efficiency and react to global process changes in a unified manner

Requirements

Requirements

Qualifications
• Hold an undergraduate degree (Science, Business, Ethics & Compliance, or Healthcare)
• Minimum 2 years pharmaceutical experience or other experience within a regulated environment. Experience within compliance an asset.
• Project Management and/or Change Management experience in a complex environment
• Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal
• Proven implementation, training, or support of revised compliance requirements or regulations
• Ability to influence in a cross-functional environment
• Ability to understand and apply process to various scenarios
• Other key skills include attention to detail, being able to work optimally within a team and as an individual, and able to prioritize tasks.

Benefits

Benefits

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Your consultant, Diana Grodowski is happy to clarify anything about this vacancy. When reaching out, use the pub number:
PUB316525

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Diana Grodowski
Brunel Canada - Toronto
d.grodowski@brunel.net

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