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Compliance Monitoring Supervisor

Synthorx

Synthorx

People & HR, Legal, Operations
Shanghai, China
Posted on Tuesday, April 9, 2024

KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES:

Facilitate the communication of the monitoring results of different monitoring programs to filed force teams, including live-monitoirng, pre-payment and post-payment monitoring, etc. The detail tasks include but not limited to:

  • Preliminary assess and categorize the daily monitoirng findings with the TRT mindset, e.g., criticality level, nature of the observations.
  • Communicate and explain the observations with the issue owners and field force team, in plain words and in a timely manner, including explaining the findings, company requirements, mitigation/follow up actions, and appealing process, to ensure a smooth monitoring operation.
  • Solve the potential disputes and misunderstanding with field force teams (e.g., Medical Representative, District Managers) during the execution of monitoirng programs (e.g., service providers)

Support monitoring project managers to guide different service providers on the monitoirng process, so that the monitoring results can be delivered in a consistent and accurate manner, and be in line with the Sanofi standard.

Collectively identify and flag opportunities for simplification of monitoring process, (e.g., feedback from filed force) and support the monitoring project owners to optimize the effectiveness in both program design and operation.

Consolidate the corrective action and disciplinary action (“CADA”) data that was generated from both investigation and monitoring process on a regular basis, and provide the stakeholders from business with a holistic outlook of monitoring and investigation.

Maintain oversight on high-risk activities and proactively identify and detect compliance risks with TRT mindset, and work with broader E&BI team, as appropriate, on pragmatic risk mitigation plans and execution.

Partnering with global and local E&BI and other stakeholders, coordinate and/or execute corrective actions arising from investigations and audit/monitoring findings.

JOB-HOLDER ENTRY REQUIREMENTS:

Education:

  • Degree qualified and relevant professional qualifications, e.g., CPA, ACCA, CIA, CFE.

Experience & knowledge:

  • Minimum 4 years post qualification experience within large healthcare corporate environment or consulting firm focusing on risk advisory / forensic area, experience in big 4 or forensic firm is preferred.
  • Strong industry knowledge in compliance and risk management.
  • Project experiences in compliance monitoring, data analysis and forensic investigations in healthcare industry is preferred.
  • Ability to communicate / liaise with all levels of the organization. Good team work capabilities.

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