Anthem, Inc. Director II Compliance (Ethics) in Reno, Nevada
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Director II Compliance (Ethics)
This position is open to any Anthem office. This position will manage 10-15 people.
At the senior director level, responsible for directing the implementation of the department's initiatives.
Primary duties include, but are not limited to:
Manages day to day operations of the Ethics program, to include associate misconduct investigations, management of the company’s ethics helpline and other reporting sources, conflicts of interest process, and screening process.
Collaborates with internal and external stakeholders to advocate and innovate strategic programming that corrects issues, remediates risk, and advances Anthem's Compliance Program.
Applies critical thinking to formulate strategies and concepts that drive results, persuades and influences others, adapts to change, and manages conflict.
Directs programs with advanced layers, objectives, tasks, stakeholders, requirements; creates policies, procedures and tools needed to operate daily function of program; manages/oversees/influences resources impacting projects or programs from matrixed organizations under different leadership.
Advises, coaches and mentors executives and senior management regarding ethics and compliance issues and provides reports as appropriate to relevant committees.
Manages or leads the most advanced investigations, documents findings, complies with notification requirements, ensures corrective actions are made.
Hires, trains, coaches, counsels, and evaluates performance of direct reports; set goals for department and direct reports; plan, document and communicate department work, noting accountable direct reports and deadlines; may oversee a manager(s) with direct reports.
Requires a BA/BS; MS/MBA/JD or professional designation preferred; 10+ years of health care, regulatory, ethics, compliance or privacy experience; or any combination of education and experience, which would provide an equivalent background; 5-7 years management experience, including strong leadership/managerial skills and ability to motivate/coach other staff.
Experience with a global/international ethics program preferred.
Ability to travel may be required.
Must be able to work regularly from an Anthem office.
Experience preparing presentations with the ability to present about the ethics program to the board, audit committee and/or leadership committees.
Strategic thinking and critical analysis is required.
Ability to collaborate throughout all levels of business.
Experience running an ethics program (e.g. hotline, investigations, conflicts of interest) at a large (over 40,000 employee) global company.