Compliance Analyst

Compliance Analyst

The Compliance Analyst provides overall support to RedHill’s Corporate Compliance Program. This role focuses on compliance as it relates to laws, regulations, and industry codes affecting the pharmaceutical business, including FDA regulations, False Claims Act, Anti-Kickback Statue, OIG guidance, PhRMA Code, and state and federal marketing and disclosure laws.

This position is in our Raleigh, NC office.

Minimum Qualifications:

B.A. or B.S. degree and at least 2 years within the commercial side of a pharmaceutical or biotechnology company or equivalent; experience in healthcare compliance, promotional regulatory or legal functions is preferred. Excellent written and verbal communications skills. Ability to work with large amounts of data to analyze detailed information while still seeing the “big picture”. Strong attention to detail and strong organizational skills are required. Proven ability to prioritize in a rapidly changing environment. Demonstrated strong commitment to compliance, ethics and accountability. Ability to work and deliver on deadlines while managing multiple projects and priorities with limited supervision. Possible domestic travel of up to 20% may be required.

Principle Responsibilities:

The primary role of the Compliance Analyst is to serve as the “data steward” to support all business areas in complying with Aggregate Spend laws and regulations. In this capacity, the Compliance Analyst will assist as a contact, support resource, liaison, and coordinator in the following areas:

• Manual data capture and submission.
• Maintenance and management of HCP data.
• State and federal HCP payment reporting and monitoring.
• PDMA sample management requirements and field audits.

The Compliance Analyst is responsible for a variety of additional compliance-related activities including but not limited to data management, reporting, monitoring and auditing related to promotional activities and interactions with HCPs to ensure compliance with federal, state and local statutes, regulations and rules. This position is also responsible for a variety of general administrative tasks associated with Compliance Department functions. Serve as the Aggregate Spend data steward.

Work with business areas to capture HCP payments in the appropriate format.
Review the information provided by the business, obtain missing required data, update HCP data against the customer record in RedHill’s data warehouse, add new HCPs to the Customer Master, as necessary.

Submit validated data into the aggregate spend reporting system. Cleanse and resubmit any data rejected by the system.
Review aggregate spend system reports, maintain and monitor system alerts, and execute system updates as necessary.

Work with outside vendors

Engage in activities designed to monitor RedHill employee compliance with policies and education requirements as they pertain to HCP spend and PDMA requirements.

Compile metrics and assist in analyzing monitoring results.

Implement, under the supervision of the Director of Compliance, additional ad hoc projects on compliance issues.


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We offer a Comprehensive Benefits package that includes:

  • Medical, Dental, and Vision Coverage
  • Domestic Partner Coverage
  • Life Insurance
  • Short-Term and Long-Term Disability
  • Flexible Spending Accounts (Healthcare and Dependent Care)
  • Employee Assistance Plan
  • 401(k)

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