The Compliance Director for Pharmacovigilance (PV) is a global role that is responsible for companys PV compliance program worldwide, leads a team of PV compliance professionals, and serves as the company expert on compliance with global PV requirements.
Responsible for total compliance with all applicable corporate policies and procedures, corporate and divisional specifications, local standard operating procedures, 510K requirements, and all other applicable regulatory requirements.
The QD will have strong leadership characteristics, self starter and will regularly interact with customers and OEMs; oversee and ensure company compliance with all applicable regulatory agencies and existing certificating agencies (AS9100, FAA, EASA, Nadcap) and ensure that a system is established to store and maintain traceable performance records in accordance with 14 CFR Part 145.
In this role, you will ensure that training, monitoring and improvement activities are designed to enhance the knowledge/skills/attitudes of Seasons Hospice professionals and are incompliance with all regulatory requirements and accreditation standards.
In this role, the selected candidate will be responsible for employee recruitment, retention and professional growth by defining goals and providing mentorship and guidance for all levels of QA professionals on the team.
This role will be responsible for the quality assurance of operational objectives for sensitive information and content security related applications, services, and processes including: risk and vulnerability management, governance and compliance, security operations, incident response, and security architecture.
In this role, you will process improvement, analysis of information, strategic planning, verbal and written communication, quality engineering, emphasis on excellence and thoroughness, dealing with complexity.
In this role, you will coordinate the Medical Quality Management and Performance Improvement activities to measurably enhance the quality, process and cost effectiveness of patient and customer services rendered.
The Administrative Director under the direction of the CEO, provides leadership, oversight and is responsible for the overall performance of the Quality Management Department. This role has overall responsibility for quality and risk and is accountable to communicate and implement corporate strategic initiatives to meet the program goals and objectives.
In this role, you will oversee the development, implementation and monitoring of Molina national and state-based Quality Interventions to ensure they meet state and federal intervention rules and are aligned with best practices as identified in the healthcare quality improvement literature and within Molina plans.
In this role, the selected candidate will design training in support of staff and process improvement activities, and oversees the ongoing development and implementation of staff training in documentation standards and improvements.