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McKesson Corporation Sr. Manager - Compliance & Ethics Monitoring in Columbus, Ohio

McKesson is an impact-driven, Fortune 10 company that touches virtually every aspect of healthcare. We are known for delivering insights, products, and services that make quality care more accessible and affordable. Here, we focus on the health, happiness, and well-being of you and those we serve - we care. What you do at McKesson matters. We foster a culture where you can grow, make an impact, and are empowered to bring new ideas. Together, we thrive as we shape the future of health for patients, our communities, and our people. If you want to be part of tomorrow's health today, we want to hear from you. Sr. Manager - Compliance & Ethics Monitoring Hybrid/Onsite: Hybrid Location: Atlanta, GA; Columbus, OH; Dallas, TX; Jacksonville, FL; Richmond, VA The Sr. Manager - Compliance & Ethics Monitoring will be responsible for conducting regulatory and compliance reviews based on Compliance program initiatives based on multiple key risks (e.g., Improper Inducements, Privacy, Government Contracting). The Senior Manager will support the seven key elements of an effective compliance program as set by the Office of Inspector General with a focus on monitoring compliance risks. The Senior Manager will lead engagements and document formal testing following internal monitoring methodologies. The Senior Manager will communicate results to various leaders within Compliance and the business. Additionally, the individual will support the design, development, implementation, and awareness of Compliance monitoring activities, as needed. The ideal candidate will have experience with conducting compliance monitoring in the healthcare industry and experience with presenting at all levels of an organization. Position Description Assist Director and VP with planning, delivering, and effectively collaborating on a monitoring plan to review multiple risk areas (e.g., Improper Inducements, Privacy, Government Contracting). Support and assist with building the enterprise monitoring strategy with Compliance leadership. Coordinate and collaborate with key stakeholders across the organization including Legal, Compliance, Operations, Internal Audit, other risk assessing organizations, and IT teams. Support design, development, and execution of compliance monitoring based on comprehensive understanding of associated compliance risks. Lead meetings with key stakeholders at all levels of the organization. Utilize data analytics to identify outliers, anomalies, trends for monitoring, as needed. Perform full population key risk indicator data analysis, when feasible. Document monitoring working papers based on established internal guidelines and regulator expectations, and make recommendations, as appropriate. Develop formal summary of monitoring results for stakeholders and management. Collaborate with stakeholder(s) to identify root causes of observations identified. Facilitate obtaining corrective action plans for the observations identified and ensure observations presented are complete and mitigate risk(s) identified. Utilize critical thinking skills to provide valuable recommendations for control and/or process improvement to mitigate risk(s) identified. Conduct post engagement issue follow-ups and resolution with stakeholders. Exercise professional judgment and propose value-added solutions in all aspects of engagement execution. Provide support and guidance to colleagues, as needed. Support department initiatives and deliverables, as needed. Minimum Requirements 7+ years of relevant experience in audit, healthcare compliance or other related discipline(s) 4-year college degree or equivalent; advanced degree preferred Certification/licensure CHC, CHPC or other professional compliance certifications is a plus. Critical Skills Work experience in healthcare compliance preferred. Experience with monitoring risks in t

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