In this role, you will be responsible for scheduling, planning, conducting, and reporting audits of entities engaged in quality systems and clinical trials activities to assure compliance with applicable global regulatory requirements, and corporate policies and procedures.
The Corporate Compliance Manager is responsible for implementing and directing the internal auditing process for Sherman Associates. This process will include evaluating policies, procedures, and programs as well as inspecting properties and property employees.
In this role, the selected candidate will serve as primary contact for Smiths Medical, in the event a Customs official personally arrives with an administrative summons calling for testimony or the production of documents.
Review internal and external business practices, analyze data, and work with partners in covered business lines to identify potential problems, close recognized issues and support effective day-to-day compliance oversight.
In this role, you will design, evaluate, implement, and maintain quality assurance programs and systems for product and/or process development, manufacturing, and testing to ensure product quality and compliance with regulatory requirements.
In this position, you will assist, oversee and influence business partners on multiple lines of business and/or larger scope to ensure that adequate compliance policies and procedures are developed and implemented.
In this role, you will be responsible for ensuring that customer complaints and investigations cases are processed efficiently, accurately and timely in order to meet regulatory requirements and expectations.