Director, Compliance (Onsite or Remote)
Employment Type: Regular
Reference Number: R137
The Director, Compliance will assist with the development and implementation of a healthcare compliance program at Mirati, including being responsible for the implementation of systems, programs, processes, and practices to ensure that the Company is in compliance with legal and regulatory requirements and its policies. The Director, Compliance will provide a broad range of compliance support throughout Mirati's organization; partnering with the business to sustain Mirati's ethical and compliant culture and develop practical ways to uphold the legal, regulatory, and ethical obligations of a pharmaceutical company.
Independently drive the development, implementation, and management of the compliance program, including policy, process, training, communication, auditing, monitoring, and investigations
Lead and manage all compliance operations activities including providing compliance oversight and participating, as required, in review and approval processes for core Commercial and Medical activities: grants, sponsorships, speaker bureau, advisory boards and other initiatives involving interactions with healthcare professionals, healthcare organizations and patients/advocacy groups.
Develop and be responsible for oversight of the company's compliance auditing and monitoring program; including:
Assessing organizational compliance risk in creating and updating a risk-based audit and monitoring plan. Partnering with the business to address detected noncompliance including recommending and taking corrective actions when needed
Track and report results of compliance investigations and the corrective actions taken to Compliance leadership and other internal key stakeholders as needed. Interpret findings/trends and carry out corrective action and retraining as needed
Develop and oversee a comprehensive compliance training program and communication strategy to U.S. employees and designated third parties on applicable compliance policies, laws and regulations, including any new developments or updates that may impact the Company's compliance program.
Create and lead the transparency reporting program, including developing, reviewing, and submitting reports related to federal and state transparency ("Sunshine") laws.
Monitor the business developments and industry compliance best practices to evolve the compliance program through ensuring appropriate practices, processes, systems and tools are in place and maintained to support the business at all times.
Be an ambassador for communication around key compliance topics, resources, and special initiatives
What is Required
Bachelor's degree and 10 years' experience or any combination of education and experience providing equivalent background.
Certification in Healthcare Compliance (CHC) preferred.
Working knowledge and previous experience in a compliance operations or project management position desired
Excellent interpersonal, communication and written skills, proven ability to work independently with a wide range of stakeholders.
Strong presentation and training skills and ability to work independently.
Interact with employees and manage vendors.
Up to 20% travel may be required.
$177,000.00 - $236,000.00
The salary range listed in the job posting reflects the anticipated base pay range for this role in the United States. Actual base pay decisions consider a variety of factors including, but not limited to, an individual’s skills, qualifications, and experience. In addition to a competitive base salary, this role is currently eligible for our annual discretionary bonus program and annual equity awards (roles on a sales-incentive commission plan will not be eligible for our annual discretionary bonus).
Mirati employees (and their families) are provided a competitive benefits package including:
Comprehensive healthcare coverage – multiple medical plan choices with an employer-funded HSA, dental & vision
Company provided life insurance and disability coverage
401(k) retirement plan with a 6% company match and immediate vesting
Employee Stock Purchase Plan with a 15% discount
Extensive time off – holidays, PTO and two, week-long paid breaks in the summer and winter
Mirati is an Equal opportunity Employer (EOE). We celebrate diverse experiences without regard to race, color, religion, creed, gender identity or expression, age, national origin or ancestry, citizenship, disability, sexual orientation, marital status, pregnancy, veteran status, membership in the uniformed services, genetic information, or any other basis protected by applicable law.
No matter the role, we are unified by our passion for helping patients and are inspired by a single vision to unlock the science behind the promise of a life beyond cancer. Together we own Mirati’s success.