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Corporate Compliance Counsel

Tucson AZ Position: Corporate Compliance Counsel The candidate will be eesponsible for the oversight and implementation for the operations of export control and DOD Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI), International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) and the Export Administration Regulations (EAR) policies, processes and procedures. Support the preparation, review, submission and management of complex export and ITAR licenses and contractual agreements in support of Samuel contracting, manufacturing and supply chain operations. Provide guidance and oversight of on-site operations to ensure the safeguard of export-controlled and CUI technology and associated technical content. He or she shall work with empowered officials to ensure that any required licenses are obtained and ensure full compliance with applicable laws and regulations. Review DOD and Federal associated contracts for ITAR, EAR, and CUI requirements and advise empowered officials and other managers on changes in processes, procedures and safeguards required to meet the obligations. These include contracts from commercial customers that have flowed-down," U.S. Government technology, and technical content safeguard regulations (DFAR & FAR regulatory requirements). Perform recordkeeping and reporting tasks required under ITAR, EAR, and CUI. This includes a tracking system on controlled items, technical data, and related decisions from the initial pursuit of an opportunity to the shipping of controlled items or the provision of related services in accordance with Samuel policies and procedures. Create and distribute site-specific procedures to ensure that export-controlled technology or information is not posted or shared except in specific access-controlled directories for authorized personnel. Provide direction and oversight for the creation and delivery of export control, CUI, and basic information security training for employees and contractors providing in-facility services. Guide the development of an export-controlled and CUI quality assurance plan for each ITAR/EAR customer order. This plan is derived from ITAR, EAR, and CUI, and related Samuel policies and procedures. Ensure that frequent and early screening of all employees, non-employees such as custodial staff and external IT service providers and visitors and customers is implemented in accordance with Samuel policies and procedures. Ensure that the process is documented. Provide general compliance guidance and problem intervention to facilitate order processing and process improvements. Any other duties as deemed necessary by the Director of Compliance.

A Law Degree, licensed to practice in Illinois and/or Arizona, preferred. Concentration in international corporate law, international trade law or corporations, desired . Should have 5+ years experience in trade compliance position with significant operational experience in export controls. Must have experience in processing ITAR and EAR export licenses, jurisdictional rulings and classifications, and interpreting ITAR regulations in relation to the company's business. 2+ years U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) contracting related experience is required. Experience working in-house for an international company, preferred. Must have excellent business acumen. Knowledge of DOD and U.S. Federal CUI cybersecurity requirements a plus. should have ability to organize, prioritize, multi-task and plan in a fast-paced environment with minimal supervision. Must have exceptional oral and written communication, presentation and interpersonal skills enabling communication with professionals and employees of all levels.
Legal 2 - 0 Full-time 2019-01-12

Compliance Counsel

Tempe AZ Compliance Counsel The candidate provide attorney support for the compliance program. Provide oral and written interpretation, analysis, and opinions regarding statutes, regulations, binding sub-regulatory guidance, accreditation standards, policies and procedures, contracts, and business associate agreements. Lead special projects. Write/revise policies and procedures. Develop and implement monitoring/auditing strategies and compliance reports. Perform legal research, including 50-state surveys, regarding the propriety of current or proposed courses of action. Review business materials for compliance with relevant statutes, regulations, binding sub-regulatory guidance, accreditation standards, policies and procedures, and contracts. Review and synthesize legal and regulatory requirements and create policy or position statements. Investigate potential compliance violations. Interview complainant, witnesses, and others as necessary. Investigate external complaints and prepare written response to allegations. Perform research related to the companys PBM, TPA, utilization management, pharmacy, wholesale distributor, DMEPOS and DME-related licenses and agreements. Provide attorney support for the regulatory bulletins program. Perform research related to recently enacted statutes and regulations. Assist in understanding the applicability of the new law or rule to the companys business. Provide development guidance and assist in the identification, implementation, and maintenance of compliance policies, procedures, and training/monitoring programs. Serve as a resource and liaison regarding policies, contract issues and provisions, communications, workflow, and quality improvement initiatives. Respond to external requests for information required by the organization for its regulatory filings. Manage compliance reporting responsibilities and respond to inquiries from state and federal regulatory agencies. Manage ethics and compliance projects or implementations. Review and synthesize regulatory requirements and create policy and/or position statements. Communicate state and federal requirements to internal and external clients. Provide development guidance and assist in the identification, implementation, and maintenance of compliance policies, procedures and work instructions. Assist in the identification, analysis, and resolution of compliance issues. Maintain and review regulatory documentation necessary to maintain corporate standards. Assist in developing, producing and conducting compliance training programs. Perform periodic compliance audits, risk assessments and conducts related to ongoing compliance monitoring activities. Assist in managing relationships with regulatory agencies and seek to resolve policy issues which may negatively impact service to members. Serve as a resource and liaison on policies, contract issues and provisions, communications, workflow, and quality improvements initiatives. Assist business unit with understanding and implementing compliance with regulatory standards. Perform investigations of alleged compliance violations and prepare investigation reports.

A Bachelors degree required, preferably in a health-related field. Juris Doctor degree required. Should have 3+ years of experience practicing law in the area of health law at: (1) a private law firm; (2) the legal or compliance department of a health care company, e.g., pharmacy, pharmacy benefit manager, third party administrator, drug manufacturer, drug distributor, health plan, etc.; (3) a state or federal regulatory agency focused on healthcare, e.g., state Medicaid agency, state board of pharmacy, Food and Drug Administration, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, etc.; or a combination of experience practicing law in the above three categories. License/Certification: Licensed to actively practice law in the state where the legal and compliance work will be performed. Alternatively, an in-house registration (or license) to practice law in that state is acceptable.
Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2019-01-11

Compliance Counsel

Tempe AZ Compliance Legal Analyst The candidate will provide attorney support for the compliance program. Will provide oral and written interpretation, analysis, and opinions regarding statutes, regulations, binding sub-regulatory guidance, accreditation standards, policies and procedures, contracts, and business associate agreements. Lead special projects. Write/revise policies and procedures. Develop and implement monitoring/auditing strategies and compliance reports. Perform legal research, including 50-state surveys, regarding the propriety of current or proposed courses of action. Review business materials for compliance with relevant statutes, regulations, binding sub-regulatory guidance, accreditation standards, policies and procedures, and contracts. Review and synthesize legal and regulatory requirements and create policy or position statements. Investigate potential compliance violations. Interview complainant, witnesses, and others as necessary. Investigate external complaints and prepare written response to allegations. Perform research related to the companys PBM, TPA, utilization management, pharmacy, wholesale distributor, DMEPOS and DME-related licenses and agreements. Provide attorney support for the regulatory bulletins program. Perform research related to recently enacted statutes and regulations. Assist in understanding the applicability of the new law or rule to the companys business. Provide development guidance and assist in the identification, implementation, and maintenance of compliance policies, procedures, and training/monitoring programs. Serve as a resource and liaison regarding policies, contract issues and provisions, communications, workflow, and quality improvement initiatives. Respond to external requests for information required by the organization for its regulatory filings. Manage compliance reporting responsibilities and respond to inquiries from state and federal regulatory agencies. Manage ethics and compliance projects or implementations. Review and synthesize regulatory requirements and create policy and/or position statements. Communicate state and federal requirements to internal and external clients. Provide development guidance and assist in the identification, implementation, and maintenance of compliance policies, procedures and work instructions. Assist in the identification, analysis, and resolution of compliance issues. Maintain and review regulatory documentation necessary to maintain corporate standards. Assist in developing, producing and conducting compliance training programs. Perform periodic compliance audits, risk assessments and conducts related to ongoing compliance monitoring activities. Assist in managing relationships with regulatory agencies and seek to resolve policy issues which may negatively impact service to members. Serve as a resource and liaison on policies, contract issues and provisions, communications, workflow, and quality improvements initiatives. Assist business unit with understanding and implementing compliance with regulatory standards. Perform investigations of alleged compliance violations and prepare investigation reports.

The candidate should have Bachelors degree, preferably in a health-related field. Juris Doctor degree required. 3+ years of experience practicing law in the area of health law at: (1) a private law firm; (2) the legal or compliance department of a health care company, e.g., pharmacy, pharmacy benefit manager, third party administrator, drug manufacturer, drug distributor, health plan, etc.; (3) a state or federal regulatory agency focused on healthcare, e.g., state Medicaid agency, state board of pharmacy, Food and Drug Administration, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, etc.; or a combination of experience practicing law in the above three categories. Licensed to actively practice law in the state where the legal and compliance work will be performed. Alternatively, an in-house registration (or license) to practice law in that state is acceptable.
Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2019-01-11

Compliance Counsel

Tempe AZ Compliance Legal Analyst The candidate provide attorney support for the compliance program. Provide oral and written interpretation, analysis, and opinions regarding statutes, regulations, binding sub-regulatory guidance, accreditation standards, policies and procedures, contracts, and business associate agreements. Lead special projects. Write/revise policies and procedures. Develop and implement monitoring/auditing strategies and compliance reports. Perform legal research, including 50-state surveys, regarding the propriety of current or proposed courses of action. Review business materials for compliance with relevant statutes, regulations, binding sub-regulatory guidance, accreditation standards, policies and procedures, and contracts. Review and synthesize legal and regulatory requirements and create policy or position statements. Investigate potential compliance violations. Interview complainant, witnesses, and others as necessary. Investigate external complaints and prepare written response to allegations. Perform research related to the companys PBM, TPA, utilization management, pharmacy, wholesale distributor, DMEPOS and DME-related licenses and agreements. Provide attorney support for the regulatory bulletins program. Perform research related to recently enacted statutes and regulations. Assist in understanding the applicability of the new law or rule to the companys business. Provide development guidance and assist in the identification, implementation, and maintenance of compliance policies, procedures, and training/monitoring programs. Serve as a resource and liaison regarding policies, contract issues and provisions, communications, workflow, and quality improvement initiatives. Respond to external requests for information required by the organization for its regulatory filings. Manage compliance reporting responsibilities and respond to inquiries from state and federal regulatory agencies. Manage ethics and compliance projects or implementations. Review and synthesize regulatory requirements and create policy and/or position statements. Communicate state and federal requirements to internal and external clients. Provide development guidance and assist in the identification, implementation, and maintenance of compliance policies, procedures and work instructions. Assist in the identification, analysis, and resolution of compliance issues. Maintain and review regulatory documentation necessary to maintain corporate standards. Assist in developing, producing and conducting compliance training programs. Perform periodic compliance audits, risk assessments and conducts related to ongoing compliance monitoring activities. Assist in managing relationships with regulatory agencies and seek to resolve policy issues which may negatively impact service to members. Serve as a resource and liaison on policies, contract issues and provisions, communications, workflow, and quality improvements initiatives. Assist business unit with understanding and implementing compliance with regulatory standards. Perform investigations of alleged compliance violations and prepare investigation reports.

A Bachelors degree required, preferably in a health-related field. Juris Doctor degree required. Should have 3+ years of experience practicing law in the area of health law at: (1) a private law firm; (2) the legal or compliance department of a health care company, e.g., pharmacy, pharmacy benefit manager, third party administrator, drug manufacturer, drug distributor, health plan, etc.; (3) a state or federal regulatory agency focused on healthcare, e.g., state Medicaid agency, state board of pharmacy, Food and Drug Administration, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, etc.; or a combination of experience practicing law in the above three categories. License/Certification: Licensed to actively practice law in the state where the legal and compliance work will be performed. Alternatively, an in-house registration (or license) to practice law in that state is acceptable. Legal or compliance experience related to the Medicare Part D Program is preferred.
Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2019-01-11

Vice President of Risk And Corporate Counsel

Phoenix AZ Vice President of Risk And Corporate Counsel The candidate will oversee the Companys risk management department and ensure that all procedures, protocols, and strategies are fully implemented to protect the company and its assets. Maintain and renew corporate insurance policies, including property, commercial general liability, auto, excess liability, employee dishonesty, errors and omissions, construction management errors and omissions, and cyber liability for both owned and third-party managed properties. Coordinate litigation involving development, construction, and property management. Maintain a tracking report summarizing the current status of company litigation and distribute the report weekly. Review, revise, and negotiate all contract management agreements for third-party managed properties and corporate initiatives, including leases for offices utilized by property management. Provide ad hoc contract support for other departments including asset engineering and operations. Manage budget and control expenses effectively. Hire, train, develop and appraise staff effectively. Take corrective action as necessary on a timely basis and in accordance with company policy. Keep up-to-date on information and risk management strategies affecting functional area(s) to increase innovation and ensure compliance. Coordinate and strategize with all other applicable department heads regarding risk management and contract review solutions company-wide. Must have Bachelors Degree. Should have 5-10 plus years of experience in risk management, contract management, and/or litigation management. JD degree preferred with transactional experience. Multi-family and/or real estate experience preferred. Audit experience preferred. Legal 5 - 10 Full-time 2018-12-19

Director Compliance - Office of General Counsel

Tucson AZ Director Compliance - Office of General Counsel The candidate serves as the organizations Compliance Officer and, as such, establishes, implements, manages, and monitors an effective compliance program for all of firm to prevent and detect illegal, unethical, or improper conduct. Serves as the organizations Privacy Officer and, as such, oversees development, implementation, monitoring, and reporting of a privacy program designed to support adherence to policies, regulations, and laws relating to the HIPAA Privacy Rule. Manages the activities of the Corporate Compliance Department. Serves as staff to the Board of Trustees Audit and Compliance Committee and as Chair of the firm Compliance Committee. Develop, oversee, and manage an annual compliance work plan. Develop policies to address key compliance areas as described by the OIG and to support standards of expected conduct as outlined in the Code of Conduct. Develop and direct delivery of education to the organization regarding compliance expectations and the appropriate management of compliance issues and risk areas. Conduct annual compliance risk assessments and program effectiveness assessments. Oversee the operation of systems designed to receive internal and external compliance complaints and inquiries (e.g. 24/7 hotline). Develop, implement, and oversee the operation of systems designed to detect illegal, unethical, or improper conduct. Independently investigate and act on matters related to compliance, including the flexibility to design and coordinate internal investigations and any resulting corrective actions with various individuals and departments. Participate with legal counsel in the appropriate reporting of self-discovered violations of program requirements and documenting of compliance investigations. Oversee development, implementation, monitoring, and reporting of a privacy program. Develop policies to address key privacy matters as identified by the HIPAA Privacy Rule. Develop, implement, and oversee the operation of systems designed to detect violations of the HIPAA Privacy Rule and related organizational policies. Oversee the firm policy management system, including supervision and oversight of the firm policy intranet site and maintenance of firm policies and processes for creating, reviewing, revising, and updating policies. Oversee the operation of systems used to manage receipt, resolution, and reporting of compliance and privacy complaints and inquiries. Oversee compliance and privacy investigations, and collaborate with key stakeholders to provide resolution recommendations. Regularly report on the status of the compliance program. Assist in establishing methods to improve efficiency and quality of services, and reduce firms vulnerability to fraud, waste, abuse, and other organizational compliance risks. Adhere to firm organizational and department-specific safety and confidentiality policies, standards, and values. Adhere to, and supports team members in exhibiting, the firm values of integrity, community, compassion, and dedication. Perform duties as assigned.

The candidate should have a Bachelors degree, preferably in a related field, e.g. law, auditing, business, healthcare administration. Must have 6+ years of industry related experience in healthcare corporate compliance. One or more of the following is required: Certification from the Compliance Certification Board (CCB) and/or the Health Care Compliance Association (HCCA), CHC (Certified Healthcare Compliance), or comparable certification, or JD degree.
Legal 6 - 0 Full-time 2018-12-19

Arizona - Tax Senior - Diversified Career Path

Phoenix AZ Tax Senior - Diversified Career Path
The candidate will research complex tax theory and positions, and apply them to specific client needs. Will exercise a high degree of independent judgment and discretion in providing tax services. Identify and document tax technical and engagement issues and risks. Demonstrate solid working knowledge of tax tools and technology. Discuss the engagement with internal and external sources to gain thorough knowledge of the client. Prepare budgets, workplans and other planning documents. Determine and prepare information needs and the methods for gathering data; assess data when received; and determine whether critical data elements have been received. Prepare and maintain accurate, well organized workpapers. Perform a quality review of the product. Develop an understanding of engagement economics to become aware of how decisions impact profitability. Stay abreast of current business and economic developments relevant to the client's business. Monitor and train Staff/CSS on smaller, less complex engagements. Provide performance feedback to Staff.

The candidate should have a Bachelor's degree and 2 years of related work experience OR a Graduate degree and 1-2 years of related work experience. Must have 1-2 years of tax-related or other relevant experience. Should have professional certification or evidence of progress towards appropriate professional certification (e.g., CPA, EA, J.D. degree). Must have working knowledge of: current and emerging tax issues, with the ability to apply knowledge; tax laws; and tax software.
Legal 1 - 3 Full-time 2013-03-20

Arizona - Tax Manager - Federal Tax

Phoenix AZ Tax Manager - Federal Tax
The candidate will provide timely and high-quality services and work products that exceed client expectations. Will build client relationships and demonstrate knowledge of client business. Help to develop and guide staff and other junior tax professionals by providing effective performance feedback and ensuring team responsibilities are consistent with skills and developmental goals. Build on technical competence by keeping up to date on trends, developments and technical authorities and apply them to moderately complex situations.

The candidate should have a Bachelor's degree and 5 years of related work experience OR a Graduate degree and 4 years of related work experience. Should have a degree, preferably with an emphasis in accounting, finance, or a related field. An advanced degree in tax or law is highly desirable. Must have 3+ years of relevant tax experience or equivalent experience in business or industry. CPA certification is needed. Broad exposure to federal income taxation is needed.
Legal 3 - 5 Full-time 2013-03-20

Arizona - Tax Senior - Federal Tax

Phoenix AZ Tax Senior - Federal Tax
The candidate will contribute to client satisfaction by providing clients with quality, timely and responsive services and work products. Will supervise the work of Staff professionals. Demonstrate an understanding of increasingly complex tax concepts. Discuss moderately complex tax issues with the engagement team and client management. Keep informed of current tax developments and effectively apply tax knowledge to client situations. Thoroughly and accurately analyze information. Prepare practical and effective approaches to the client's tax situation and arrive at appropriate conclusions. Share ideas with others. Participate in and contribute to achieving team goals. Assist in the development of recommendations and implementation plans and assist in making quality decisions in complex areas.

The candidate must have a Bachelor's degree and 2 years of related work experience; or a graduate degree and 1-2 years of related work experience. Experience in a professional services environment preferred. Should have a CPA and/or LL.M. certification. Broad exposure to federal income taxation is needed.
Legal 1 - 3 Full-time 2013-03-20

Arizona - Tax Senior Manager - National Tax - Tax Performance Advisory - Tax Reporting and Compliance

Phoenix AZ Tax Senior Manager - National Tax - Tax Performance Advisory - Tax Reporting and Compliance
The candidate should have a Bachelor's degree and 8 years of related work experience OR a Graduate degree and 7 years of related work experience. An undergraduate emphasis in accounting and 8+ years of related work experience in tax process improvement experience or equivalent experience in business or industry OR a Master's degree and 7+ years of related work experience preferred. CPA, J.D. degree or Enrolled Agent certification is required. FAS 109 experience and/or corporate income tax compliance experience preferred. Should have relevant experience in one or more of the following specialty areas: tax software products such as CORPTax, TaxStreamOneSource, Fast-Tax, LongviewInsource, etc.; tax data and reporting requirements for ledger and consolidation systems such as SAP, Oracle, Hyperion, etc.; and tax process and operational assessments. Ability to travel at least 50% of the time is required.
Legal 7 - 9 Full-time 2013-03-19
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Export Compliance Assistant General Counsel
In-House,Honeywell International Inc.
Location : Phoenix, AZ, United States

Export Compliance Assistant General Counsel The candidate will be responsible for managing a variety of export legal and business issues related to global sanctions, licensing, and export-related working capital improvements across a variety of comm... + read more

jan 15, 2019


Claims Attorney/Litigation Specialist - Construction Defect
In-House,AmeriTrust
Location : Scottsdale, AZ, United States

Claims Attorney/Litigation Specialist - Construction Defect The candidate will handle suits on third party litigated claim files, including collaborating with and managing outside counsel and complex litigated claims files as assigned. Analyze cover... + read more

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Corporate Compliance Counsel
Refer job# OCED142038
 
Position: Corporate Compliance Counsel The candidate will be eesponsible for the oversight and implementation for the operations of export control and DOD Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI), International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) and the Export Administration Regulations (EAR) policies, processes and procedures. Support the preparation, review, submission and management of complex export and ITAR licenses and contractual agreements in support of Samuel contracting, manufacturing and supply chain operations. Provide guidance and oversight of on-site operations to ensure the safeguard of export-controlled and CUI technology and associated technical content. He or she shall work with empowered officials to ensure that any required licenses are obtained and ensure full compliance with applicable laws and regulations. Review DOD and Federal associated contracts for ITAR, EAR, and CUI requirements and advise empowered officials and other managers on changes in processes, procedures and safeguards required to meet the obligations. These include contracts from commercial customers that have flowed-down," U.S. Government technology, and technical content safeguard regulations (DFAR & FAR regulatory requirements). Perform recordkeeping and reporting tasks required under ITAR, EAR, and CUI. This includes a tracking system on controlled items, technical data, and related decisions from the initial pursuit of an opportunity to the shipping of controlled items or the provision of related services in accordance with Samuel policies and procedures. Create and distribute site-specific procedures to ensure that export-controlled technology or information is not posted or shared except in specific access-controlled directories for authorized personnel. Provide direction and oversight for the creation and delivery of export control, CUI, and basic information security training for employees and contractors providing in-facility services. Guide the development of an export-controlled and CUI quality assurance plan for each ITAR/EAR customer order. This plan is derived from ITAR, EAR, and CUI, and related Samuel policies and procedures. Ensure that frequent and early screening of all employees, non-employees such as custodial staff and external IT service providers and visitors and customers is implemented in accordance with Samuel policies and procedures. Ensure that the process is documented. Provide general compliance guidance and problem intervention to facilitate order processing and process improvements. Any other duties as deemed necessary by the Director of Compliance.

A Law Degree, licensed to practice in Illinois and/or Arizona, preferred. Concentration in international corporate law, international trade law or corporations, desired . Should have 5+ years experience in trade compliance position with significant operational experience in export controls. Must have experience in processing ITAR and EAR export licenses, jurisdictional rulings and classifications, and interpreting ITAR regulations in relation to the company's business. 2+ years U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) contracting related experience is required. Experience working in-house for an international company, preferred. Must have excellent business acumen. Knowledge of DOD and U.S. Federal CUI cybersecurity requirements a plus. should have ability to organize, prioritize, multi-task and plan in a fast-paced environment with minimal supervision. Must have exceptional oral and written communication, presentation and interpersonal skills enabling communication with professionals and employees of all levels.
 
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Compliance Counsel
Refer job# EJKB142010
 
Compliance Counsel The candidate provide attorney support for the compliance program. Provide oral and written interpretation, analysis, and opinions regarding statutes, regulations, binding sub-regulatory guidance, accreditation standards, policies and procedures, contracts, and business associate agreements. Lead special projects. Write/revise policies and procedures. Develop and implement monitoring/auditing strategies and compliance reports. Perform legal research, including 50-state surveys, regarding the propriety of current or proposed courses of action. Review business materials for compliance with relevant statutes, regulations, binding sub-regulatory guidance, accreditation standards, policies and procedures, and contracts. Review and synthesize legal and regulatory requirements and create policy or position statements. Investigate potential compliance violations. Interview complainant, witnesses, and others as necessary. Investigate external complaints and prepare written response to allegations. Perform research related to the companys PBM, TPA, utilization management, pharmacy, wholesale distributor, DMEPOS and DME-related licenses and agreements. Provide attorney support for the regulatory bulletins program. Perform research related to recently enacted statutes and regulations. Assist in understanding the applicability of the new law or rule to the companys business. Provide development guidance and assist in the identification, implementation, and maintenance of compliance policies, procedures, and training/monitoring programs. Serve as a resource and liaison regarding policies, contract issues and provisions, communications, workflow, and quality improvement initiatives. Respond to external requests for information required by the organization for its regulatory filings. Manage compliance reporting responsibilities and respond to inquiries from state and federal regulatory agencies. Manage ethics and compliance projects or implementations. Review and synthesize regulatory requirements and create policy and/or position statements. Communicate state and federal requirements to internal and external clients. Provide development guidance and assist in the identification, implementation, and maintenance of compliance policies, procedures and work instructions. Assist in the identification, analysis, and resolution of compliance issues. Maintain and review regulatory documentation necessary to maintain corporate standards. Assist in developing, producing and conducting compliance training programs. Perform periodic compliance audits, risk assessments and conducts related to ongoing compliance monitoring activities. Assist in managing relationships with regulatory agencies and seek to resolve policy issues which may negatively impact service to members. Serve as a resource and liaison on policies, contract issues and provisions, communications, workflow, and quality improvements initiatives. Assist business unit with understanding and implementing compliance with regulatory standards. Perform investigations of alleged compliance violations and prepare investigation reports.

A Bachelors degree required, preferably in a health-related field. Juris Doctor degree required. Should have 3+ years of experience practicing law in the area of health law at: (1) a private law firm; (2) the legal or compliance department of a health care company, e.g., pharmacy, pharmacy benefit manager, third party administrator, drug manufacturer, drug distributor, health plan, etc.; (3) a state or federal regulatory agency focused on healthcare, e.g., state Medicaid agency, state board of pharmacy, Food and Drug Administration, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, etc.; or a combination of experience practicing law in the above three categories. License/Certification: Licensed to actively practice law in the state where the legal and compliance work will be performed. Alternatively, an in-house registration (or license) to practice law in that state is acceptable.
 
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Compliance Counsel
Refer job# TEMI142016
 
Compliance Legal Analyst The candidate will provide attorney support for the compliance program. Will provide oral and written interpretation, analysis, and opinions regarding statutes, regulations, binding sub-regulatory guidance, accreditation standards, policies and procedures, contracts, and business associate agreements. Lead special projects. Write/revise policies and procedures. Develop and implement monitoring/auditing strategies and compliance reports. Perform legal research, including 50-state surveys, regarding the propriety of current or proposed courses of action. Review business materials for compliance with relevant statutes, regulations, binding sub-regulatory guidance, accreditation standards, policies and procedures, and contracts. Review and synthesize legal and regulatory requirements and create policy or position statements. Investigate potential compliance violations. Interview complainant, witnesses, and others as necessary. Investigate external complaints and prepare written response to allegations. Perform research related to the companys PBM, TPA, utilization management, pharmacy, wholesale distributor, DMEPOS and DME-related licenses and agreements. Provide attorney support for the regulatory bulletins program. Perform research related to recently enacted statutes and regulations. Assist in understanding the applicability of the new law or rule to the companys business. Provide development guidance and assist in the identification, implementation, and maintenance of compliance policies, procedures, and training/monitoring programs. Serve as a resource and liaison regarding policies, contract issues and provisions, communications, workflow, and quality improvement initiatives. Respond to external requests for information required by the organization for its regulatory filings. Manage compliance reporting responsibilities and respond to inquiries from state and federal regulatory agencies. Manage ethics and compliance projects or implementations. Review and synthesize regulatory requirements and create policy and/or position statements. Communicate state and federal requirements to internal and external clients. Provide development guidance and assist in the identification, implementation, and maintenance of compliance policies, procedures and work instructions. Assist in the identification, analysis, and resolution of compliance issues. Maintain and review regulatory documentation necessary to maintain corporate standards. Assist in developing, producing and conducting compliance training programs. Perform periodic compliance audits, risk assessments and conducts related to ongoing compliance monitoring activities. Assist in managing relationships with regulatory agencies and seek to resolve policy issues which may negatively impact service to members. Serve as a resource and liaison on policies, contract issues and provisions, communications, workflow, and quality improvements initiatives. Assist business unit with understanding and implementing compliance with regulatory standards. Perform investigations of alleged compliance violations and prepare investigation reports.

The candidate should have Bachelors degree, preferably in a health-related field. Juris Doctor degree required. 3+ years of experience practicing law in the area of health law at: (1) a private law firm; (2) the legal or compliance department of a health care company, e.g., pharmacy, pharmacy benefit manager, third party administrator, drug manufacturer, drug distributor, health plan, etc.; (3) a state or federal regulatory agency focused on healthcare, e.g., state Medicaid agency, state board of pharmacy, Food and Drug Administration, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, etc.; or a combination of experience practicing law in the above three categories. Licensed to actively practice law in the state where the legal and compliance work will be performed. Alternatively, an in-house registration (or license) to practice law in that state is acceptable.
 
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Compliance Counsel
Refer job# YSLC142017
 
Compliance Legal Analyst The candidate provide attorney support for the compliance program. Provide oral and written interpretation, analysis, and opinions regarding statutes, regulations, binding sub-regulatory guidance, accreditation standards, policies and procedures, contracts, and business associate agreements. Lead special projects. Write/revise policies and procedures. Develop and implement monitoring/auditing strategies and compliance reports. Perform legal research, including 50-state surveys, regarding the propriety of current or proposed courses of action. Review business materials for compliance with relevant statutes, regulations, binding sub-regulatory guidance, accreditation standards, policies and procedures, and contracts. Review and synthesize legal and regulatory requirements and create policy or position statements. Investigate potential compliance violations. Interview complainant, witnesses, and others as necessary. Investigate external complaints and prepare written response to allegations. Perform research related to the companys PBM, TPA, utilization management, pharmacy, wholesale distributor, DMEPOS and DME-related licenses and agreements. Provide attorney support for the regulatory bulletins program. Perform research related to recently enacted statutes and regulations. Assist in understanding the applicability of the new law or rule to the companys business. Provide development guidance and assist in the identification, implementation, and maintenance of compliance policies, procedures, and training/monitoring programs. Serve as a resource and liaison regarding policies, contract issues and provisions, communications, workflow, and quality improvement initiatives. Respond to external requests for information required by the organization for its regulatory filings. Manage compliance reporting responsibilities and respond to inquiries from state and federal regulatory agencies. Manage ethics and compliance projects or implementations. Review and synthesize regulatory requirements and create policy and/or position statements. Communicate state and federal requirements to internal and external clients. Provide development guidance and assist in the identification, implementation, and maintenance of compliance policies, procedures and work instructions. Assist in the identification, analysis, and resolution of compliance issues. Maintain and review regulatory documentation necessary to maintain corporate standards. Assist in developing, producing and conducting compliance training programs. Perform periodic compliance audits, risk assessments and conducts related to ongoing compliance monitoring activities. Assist in managing relationships with regulatory agencies and seek to resolve policy issues which may negatively impact service to members. Serve as a resource and liaison on policies, contract issues and provisions, communications, workflow, and quality improvements initiatives. Assist business unit with understanding and implementing compliance with regulatory standards. Perform investigations of alleged compliance violations and prepare investigation reports.

A Bachelors degree required, preferably in a health-related field. Juris Doctor degree required. Should have 3+ years of experience practicing law in the area of health law at: (1) a private law firm; (2) the legal or compliance department of a health care company, e.g., pharmacy, pharmacy benefit manager, third party administrator, drug manufacturer, drug distributor, health plan, etc.; (3) a state or federal regulatory agency focused on healthcare, e.g., state Medicaid agency, state board of pharmacy, Food and Drug Administration, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, etc.; or a combination of experience practicing law in the above three categories. License/Certification: Licensed to actively practice law in the state where the legal and compliance work will be performed. Alternatively, an in-house registration (or license) to practice law in that state is acceptable. Legal or compliance experience related to the Medicare Part D Program is preferred.
 
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Vice President of Risk And Corporate Counsel
Refer job# EPEA141705
 
Vice President of Risk And Corporate Counsel The candidate will oversee the Companys risk management department and ensure that all procedures, protocols, and strategies are fully implemented to protect the company and its assets. Maintain and renew corporate insurance policies, including property, commercial general liability, auto, excess liability, employee dishonesty, errors and omissions, construction management errors and omissions, and cyber liability for both owned and third-party managed properties. Coordinate litigation involving development, construction, and property management. Maintain a tracking report summarizing the current status of company litigation and distribute the report weekly. Review, revise, and negotiate all contract management agreements for third-party managed properties and corporate initiatives, including leases for offices utilized by property management. Provide ad hoc contract support for other departments including asset engineering and operations. Manage budget and control expenses effectively. Hire, train, develop and appraise staff effectively. Take corrective action as necessary on a timely basis and in accordance with company policy. Keep up-to-date on information and risk management strategies affecting functional area(s) to increase innovation and ensure compliance. Coordinate and strategize with all other applicable department heads regarding risk management and contract review solutions company-wide. Must have Bachelors Degree. Should have 5-10 plus years of experience in risk management, contract management, and/or litigation management. JD degree preferred with transactional experience. Multi-family and/or real estate experience preferred. Audit experience preferred.
 
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Director Compliance - Office of General Counsel
Refer job# GOCE141745
 
Director Compliance - Office of General Counsel The candidate serves as the organizations Compliance Officer and, as such, establishes, implements, manages, and monitors an effective compliance program for all of firm to prevent and detect illegal, unethical, or improper conduct. Serves as the organizations Privacy Officer and, as such, oversees development, implementation, monitoring, and reporting of a privacy program designed to support adherence to policies, regulations, and laws relating to the HIPAA Privacy Rule. Manages the activities of the Corporate Compliance Department. Serves as staff to the Board of Trustees Audit and Compliance Committee and as Chair of the firm Compliance Committee. Develop, oversee, and manage an annual compliance work plan. Develop policies to address key compliance areas as described by the OIG and to support standards of expected conduct as outlined in the Code of Conduct. Develop and direct delivery of education to the organization regarding compliance expectations and the appropriate management of compliance issues and risk areas. Conduct annual compliance risk assessments and program effectiveness assessments. Oversee the operation of systems designed to receive internal and external compliance complaints and inquiries (e.g. 24/7 hotline). Develop, implement, and oversee the operation of systems designed to detect illegal, unethical, or improper conduct. Independently investigate and act on matters related to compliance, including the flexibility to design and coordinate internal investigations and any resulting corrective actions with various individuals and departments. Participate with legal counsel in the appropriate reporting of self-discovered violations of program requirements and documenting of compliance investigations. Oversee development, implementation, monitoring, and reporting of a privacy program. Develop policies to address key privacy matters as identified by the HIPAA Privacy Rule. Develop, implement, and oversee the operation of systems designed to detect violations of the HIPAA Privacy Rule and related organizational policies. Oversee the firm policy management system, including supervision and oversight of the firm policy intranet site and maintenance of firm policies and processes for creating, reviewing, revising, and updating policies. Oversee the operation of systems used to manage receipt, resolution, and reporting of compliance and privacy complaints and inquiries. Oversee compliance and privacy investigations, and collaborate with key stakeholders to provide resolution recommendations. Regularly report on the status of the compliance program. Assist in establishing methods to improve efficiency and quality of services, and reduce firms vulnerability to fraud, waste, abuse, and other organizational compliance risks. Adhere to firm organizational and department-specific safety and confidentiality policies, standards, and values. Adhere to, and supports team members in exhibiting, the firm values of integrity, community, compassion, and dedication. Perform duties as assigned.

The candidate should have a Bachelors degree, preferably in a related field, e.g. law, auditing, business, healthcare administration. Must have 6+ years of industry related experience in healthcare corporate compliance. One or more of the following is required: Certification from the Compliance Certification Board (CCB) and/or the Health Care Compliance Association (HCCA), CHC (Certified Healthcare Compliance), or comparable certification, or JD degree.
 
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Arizona - Tax Senior - Diversified Career Path
Refer job# XY2L25935
 
Tax Senior - Diversified Career Path
The candidate will research complex tax theory and positions, and apply them to specific client needs. Will exercise a high degree of independent judgment and discretion in providing tax services. Identify and document tax technical and engagement issues and risks. Demonstrate solid working knowledge of tax tools and technology. Discuss the engagement with internal and external sources to gain thorough knowledge of the client. Prepare budgets, workplans and other planning documents. Determine and prepare information needs and the methods for gathering data; assess data when received; and determine whether critical data elements have been received. Prepare and maintain accurate, well organized workpapers. Perform a quality review of the product. Develop an understanding of engagement economics to become aware of how decisions impact profitability. Stay abreast of current business and economic developments relevant to the client's business. Monitor and train Staff/CSS on smaller, less complex engagements. Provide performance feedback to Staff.

The candidate should have a Bachelor's degree and 2 years of related work experience OR a Graduate degree and 1-2 years of related work experience. Must have 1-2 years of tax-related or other relevant experience. Should have professional certification or evidence of progress towards appropriate professional certification (e.g., CPA, EA, J.D. degree). Must have working knowledge of: current and emerging tax issues, with the ability to apply knowledge; tax laws; and tax software.
 
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Arizona - Tax Manager - Federal Tax
Refer job# JL2X25946
 
Tax Manager - Federal Tax
The candidate will provide timely and high-quality services and work products that exceed client expectations. Will build client relationships and demonstrate knowledge of client business. Help to develop and guide staff and other junior tax professionals by providing effective performance feedback and ensuring team responsibilities are consistent with skills and developmental goals. Build on technical competence by keeping up to date on trends, developments and technical authorities and apply them to moderately complex situations.

The candidate should have a Bachelor's degree and 5 years of related work experience OR a Graduate degree and 4 years of related work experience. Should have a degree, preferably with an emphasis in accounting, finance, or a related field. An advanced degree in tax or law is highly desirable. Must have 3+ years of relevant tax experience or equivalent experience in business or industry. CPA certification is needed. Broad exposure to federal income taxation is needed.
 
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Arizona - Tax Senior - Federal Tax
Refer job# I6Y625954
 
Tax Senior - Federal Tax
The candidate will contribute to client satisfaction by providing clients with quality, timely and responsive services and work products. Will supervise the work of Staff professionals. Demonstrate an understanding of increasingly complex tax concepts. Discuss moderately complex tax issues with the engagement team and client management. Keep informed of current tax developments and effectively apply tax knowledge to client situations. Thoroughly and accurately analyze information. Prepare practical and effective approaches to the client's tax situation and arrive at appropriate conclusions. Share ideas with others. Participate in and contribute to achieving team goals. Assist in the development of recommendations and implementation plans and assist in making quality decisions in complex areas.

The candidate must have a Bachelor's degree and 2 years of related work experience; or a graduate degree and 1-2 years of related work experience. Experience in a professional services environment preferred. Should have a CPA and/or LL.M. certification. Broad exposure to federal income taxation is needed.
 
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Arizona - Tax Senior Manager - National Tax - Tax Performance Advisory - Tax Reporting and Compliance
Refer job# D4FK25914
 
Tax Senior Manager - National Tax - Tax Performance Advisory - Tax Reporting and Compliance
The candidate should have a Bachelor's degree and 8 years of related work experience OR a Graduate degree and 7 years of related work experience. An undergraduate emphasis in accounting and 8+ years of related work experience in tax process improvement experience or equivalent experience in business or industry OR a Master's degree and 7+ years of related work experience preferred. CPA, J.D. degree or Enrolled Agent certification is required. FAS 109 experience and/or corporate income tax compliance experience preferred. Should have relevant experience in one or more of the following specialty areas: tax software products such as CORPTax, TaxStreamOneSource, Fast-Tax, LongviewInsource, etc.; tax data and reporting requirements for ledger and consolidation systems such as SAP, Oracle, Hyperion, etc.; and tax process and operational assessments. Ability to travel at least 50% of the time is required.
 
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