Lupin Pharmaceuticals (Company Headquarters)

Manager, Compliance Operations and Audit

1 month ago(12/14/2017 12:17 PM)
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The Manager, Compliance Operations and Audit will be an integral member of the U.S. Compliance Office, reporting to the Executive Director, Compliance Counsel at the Lupin Office of Americas in Naples, Florida.  The role entails supporting Lupin, Inc.’s corporate compliance efforts to manage risk and comply with industry laws and related obligations.  The Manager will work closely with the Company’s business and finance teams auditing, monitoring, creating accurate and complete disclosures, developing processes, metrics, reports and system improvements. The responsibilities of this position also include auditing business units for compliance with policies and processes, monitoring corrective action plans, and working on specific compliance-related projects as needed.  The successful candidate will have demonstrated experience in supporting in-house compliance and legal efforts, strong technical, organizational, and interpersonal skills, and a team-first attitude. The successful candidate must have unwavering integrity and will be required to administer sensitive and confidential material with the utmost professionalism and discretion and act in accordance with the Lupin, Inc. Code of Business Conduct and Ethics.


Assist with the operational and audit aspects of Lupin’s corporate compliance program, including, but not limited to:

  • Assist with creation and ensure timely submission of compliance reports to federal, state, and local agencies, including the U.S. Federal Sunshine Act and state transparency laws
  • Supervising timely collection of reportable data from third party vendors and various source systems
  • Performing regular stakeholder data review meetings
  • Preforming audits and analysis of collected information for interpretation
  • Manage investigations log and other Compliance Office monitoring records
  • Collaborate with other business functions to audit or investigate possible reporting or compliance errors and develop process improvements or take corrective actions as needed
  • Assist business units with remediation of audit findings through to conclusion
  • Support and drive departmental initiatives, including new compliance or legal support processes, programs and the use of technologies to increase efficiencies
  • Ability to manage multiple projects at one time and prioritize among them across a variety of topics.
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality of sensitive information.
  • Ability to recognize and attend to important details with accuracy and efficiency; detail oriented.
  • Excellent communications skills; both verbal & written with an ability to effectively collaborate and diplomatically challenge the status quo and propose alternatives.
  • Excellent organization and record keeping skills with attention to detail.
  • Must possess excellent writing and interpersonal skills with a strong sense of responsibility and ability to build solid, effective working relationships with others.


Degree: Bachelor’s or Master‘s degree from an accredited four-year college or university preferably with a finance or business law emphasis.

Work Experience: Minimum three-five years of compliance and/or legal experience; some in-house healthcare industry experience preferred.


Certifications preferred:

  • Certified Compliance and Ethics Professional ("CCEP" or CCEP-I") designation
  • Certified Fraud Examiner

Experience in the implementation and management of compliance programs in the practice of regulatory compliance, enforcement, compliance auditing or forensics.

Technical Proficiency: Is proficient with Microsoft Office products, compliance tools, matter management systems, legal hold systems, e-Discovery tools, and legal filing systems.


Some domestic travel required 


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