Director, Government Contracting & Pricing Compliance Officer, Johnson & Johnson Health Care Systems
Johnson & Johnson Health Care Systems is currently recruiting for a Government Contracting & Pricing Compliance Officer (GCCO) located in Piscataway NJ.
Johnson & Johnson Health Care Systems Inc. provides account management and customer support services to key health care customers, including hospital systems and group purchasing organizations, leading health plans, pharmacy benefit managers, and government health care institutions. The company also provides contract management, logistics and supply chain functions for the major Johnson & Johnson franchises.
Johnson & Johnson Supply Chain Deliver, a group within Johnson & Johnson, provides customer service and enterprise-wide logistics across the worldwide Johnson & Johnson Supply Chain. Focused on customer experience, distribution operations, and transportation, Deliver drives innovative solutions for our customers. Deliver is comprised of approximately 6,000 associates and a network of distribution centers and customer service call centers responsible for delivering products to over 300,000 customers across the globe. Deliver supports all three sectors of Johnson & Johnson: Medical Devices, Janssen and Consumer Health and partners closely with groups throughout the supply chain organization, commercial and R&D.
The Director will be the GCCO for the Johnson & Johnson Health Care Systems and Deliver, shared services supporting companies across the Pharmaceutical, Medical Device, and Consumer Sectors. While the companies are located globally, this position will be based in Piscataway, NJ with the required ability to travel to assigned J&J Companies primarily in the US.
This role is part of the Contract Strategy & Management (CSM) Leadership Team and reports directly to the VP, CSM with dotted line to the Sr. Director, Government Contract Compliance.
The Director leads and drives the GCC Program for their assigned companies to ensure business practices and activities follow J&J internal guidelines, regulations and legislative requirements by providing oversight, direction, guidance, and support to the business and senior management. They serve as a strategic business partner who provides policy interpretation as it relates to activities with GCC implications.
- Create and drive strategy and approach to the GCC Program, based on business models, activities and risk profile for assigned companies.
- Responsible for building and maintaining an effective GCC Program to ensure its business activities comply with laws, regulations, and company policies related to contracting with US Government entities and participating in US Government pricing programs, compliance with corporate integrity agreements, deferred prosecution agreements, or other settlements, as applicable.
- Provide GCC guidance for business activities that involve GCC risks.
- Enable compliant business growth by ensuring assigned company stakeholders partner with the Law Department and GCC/HCC peers to help the business navigate through risks associated with US Government sales or R&D contracts; crafting controls into business processes to mitigate risks; and ensuring the implementation of these controls.
- Act as a consultant, reviewer and approver as needed, for business activities that involve GCC implications to facilitate compliant growth, support ethical decision-making, and ensure compliance with policies, procedures and applicable laws.
- Partner with assigned company leadership to ensure that the GCC Program effectively prevents and/or detects violations of law, regulations and policies by supporting Senior Leadership, Compliance Committee(s) and other appropriate governance groups which are responsible for ensuring implementation of an effective compliance program. Respond to GCC related complaints and reports of potential misconduct through appropriate investigations and escalations, consistent with Company policies and procedures.
- Partner with assigned company functions to implement GCC requirements through business processes and procedures. Assess the ongoing applicability of GCC guidance documents to assigned company functions and influence ongoing GCC guidance document enhancements.
- Support Corporate Internal Audit and HCC Global Operations related to GCC auditing and testing, respectively, as the subject matter authority on GCC risks and controls. Develop and execute monitoring activities to assess compliance with GCC requirements. Lead the management response and action plan implementation with assigned company leaders and stakeholders to close identified gaps.
- Conduct risk assessment evaluations to detect process gaps and inconsistencies, develop and implement appropriate mitigation plans aligned to prioritized risks, in collaboration with assigned company leaders and key stakeholders.
- Responsible for talent identification, coaching, sharing periodic feedback, providing technical subject matter expertise and staff development.
- The GCCO will also be a member of the CSM Leadership Team which enables a close connection with leaders of the CSM and SCG organizations and provide immediate visibility and input to direction, decisions, processes, and any issues resulting in an overall high level of quality and risk mitigation in the contracting environment. Given the CSM role as a shared service for pharmaceutical, medical device, and consumer business in both government and commercial contracting, this position has outstanding exposure to the breadth of J&J businesses and can positively impact both government and commercial contract quality. Although close collaboration with the CSMLT (and other business leaders) is intended, it is also expected that this individual will operate with appropriate independence as indicated by the direct reporting relationship to a JJHCS Management Board and Deliver Leadership Team member.
- Bachelor’s degree is required
- Minimum of 10 years of business experience, with at least 5 years in health care compliance, government contracts compliance or a related area, such as finance, auditing, contracting.
- Previous experience reviewing and synthesizing complex data and contract terms and conditions to identify compliance risks and develop appropriate controls and/or processes to address new/changing risks
- Knowledge of laws and regulations governing US federal and state contracting and pricing programs; and in particular US government programs such as Medicaid, Medicare, 340B, and Veterans Health Care
- Knowledge of anti-kickback and/or false claims laws and other key regulations for commercial contracting
- Demonstrating ethical behavior in all situations
- Excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to influence, negotiate and work well between functions and across all levels of the business
- Demonstrated strong written and verbal communication skills, organizational skills, project management and analytical/process skills in a matrix business organization
- Demonstrated experience in the development and implementation of a compliance program in accordance with an organization’s risk profile
- Ability to advise senior leaders and key stakeholders on business initiatives or complex compliance issues
- Consistent record as a self-starter and being able to work through ambiguity, handle complexity and deliver results
- MBA or advanced degree in an analytical area
- Knowledge of US Health Care Reform laws; financial or auditing practices
- Experience working in the Pharmaceutical sector
- Management/Leadership experience
- Current Certified Compliance & Ethics Professional (CCEP) or Certification in Healthcare Compliance (CHC) status
- Experience with project management
- Knowledge of common industry commercial sales practices for healthcare products and the interrelationship between commercial and US federal programs
Up to 20% including internationally and domestically
United States-New Jersey-Piscataway-
Johnson & Johnson Health Care Systems Inc. (6077)