Compliance specialist

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Job purpose:The Compliance Specialist is a highly collaborative role that will act as a partner with the business to facilitate and implement compliance solutions. The Specialist will be the first line for all compliance needs within the organization. This job requires a high-level understanding of systems, data management, industry, project management, and end-user requirements. The Specialist will make judgements and recommendations based on analysis and knowledge. The Compliance Specialist will be responsible for overseeing all internal materials and processes on behalf of the ClinEdge and BTC Network teams. This includes ensuring all Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) and employee records are up-to-date, organized, and presentable for any audits, RFIs, RFQs, etc. Duties and responsibilities:Maintenance of internal SOPs and creation of new ones as neededImproving internal compliance processesManage the Vendor SOP process:Vendor qualification process: communication between prospective and current vendorsConducting virtual and onsite Vendor auditsMaintenance of documentationFollowing SOPs to ensure compliance for the companyAssist with filling out Vendor RFIs, meet with auditors and participate in remote/onsite company auditsKeep a report of findings Creates detailed business requirements for functional (e.g., business processes, rules) and non-functional (e.g., data, security) capabilitiesValidates test cases to ensure that scripts will evaluate the business function being performedGathers and interprets information from multiple sources (including databases, interviews, etc.) and makes recommendationsPartners with team members to develop project schedules, reports and documentation; May be required to act as project lead on small to medium projects and/or provide direction to others on the teamWorks with internal teams on client facing data protection processes, ie: privacy policies, GDPR Privacy Notification, processor/sub-process agreements and moreUnderstands and applies principles in risk management, issue tracking and change managementKeeping valid and updated tracking of all history and change management relating to risk assessments and complianceHelp with current or new system integrations and develop appropriate workflows after meeting with teams to understand needsAbility to problem solve as needs arise, working together with other teams to fine the best solutionAbility to pivot and prioritize tasks according to level of needsPerforms other duties and responsibilities as assignedManage internal QA and QC function per established SOPsManage role out of Compliance Management SoftwareQualifications include:Minimum of a Bachelors' degree in a related degree and three (3) years of relevant experience or a combination of education, training and experience1-3 years of risk, compliance, audit or control experienceKnowledgeable about risk assessment experience and understanding of GDPR and other data process regulationsCompliance background and ability to learn industry in previous knowledge if not already knownMay work in a team environment or project room to facilitate collaborationKnowledge of risk management, issue tracking, change management and requirements gathering

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