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<jobs>
    <job>
        <title>Director of Investigations</title>
        <job-board-name>ComplianceJobs.com</job-board-name>
        <job-board-url>http://compliancejobs.com/</job-board-url>
        <job-code>30548</job-code>
        <detail-url>http://compliancejobs.com/job/director-of-investigations/</detail-url>
        <apply-url></apply-url>
        <job-category>Director,Human Resources,Investigations,Legal</job-category>
        <description>
            <summary>The Director of Investigations identifies exposure and processes vulnerable to associate misconduct and unethical behavior and oversees the investigation with the Legal and Human Resources departments.  The Director of Investigations directs the Loss Prevention restitution/civil demand program and ensures that all processes followed by Loss Prevention associates in executing the program comply with local laws and statutes. The Director of Investigations directs the strategy for the use of analytics to proactively identify internal and external theft trends and exposures.  This position leads and directs the content of training, development, and communications of the Loss Prevention department; while ensuring that all policies and procedures are consistent with the company’s best practice and compliant with all laws and applicable statutes. The Director of Investigations must be an Industry Subject Matter Expert regarding Loss Prevention investigations and serves as a member of the National Retail Federation’s LP Legislative Committee to shape legislation for all retailers. Responsibilities: Develop a comprehensive and robust theft mitigation program to include internal and external exposures Establish and maintain a comprehensive case management system for the effective tracking, management of and reporting on cases at all stages of investigations Investigate organized retail crime, professional shoplifting, e-commerce, and internal theft Supervise and provide guidance to investigators to ensure that their work conforms to established standards and procedures and is completed in a timely manner Where necessary directly perform investigations of very high priority, sensitive and complex cases Ensure all investigations are properly documented in accordance with standards, and ensure that all findings are properly and accurately documented to final report Establish and maintain a quality assurance function to ensure investigations are conducted in compliance with established standards and procedures and reports meet quality standards Manage the relationship between legal, HR and outside law enforcement in relative to investigative processes and investigation results Monitor and review to ensure all resources allocated to the investigation function are properly used in accordance with relevant policy and procedures Ensure that all members of the investigations team maintain their professional competence through appropriate training and development programs Interact with Regional Loss Prevention Directors (RLPD’s) on open investigations and prioritizing investigations for efficient and effective resolution Conduct interviews when necessary Development of internal investigations Partner with RLPMs to develop and administer proactive training which targets and prevents inventory shrink in stores Analyze shrink reports and train investigators in systems, investigative procedures and conduct follow-up investigations Assist stores with inventory control and shrink reduction programs Act with integrity and trust, promoting our bookselling culture and the core values of Barnes & Noble Qualifications: Experience in law with background in prosecution and knowledge of legal proceedings preferred Background in conducting investigations and related processes Must have excellent interviewing and verbal communication skills, and impeccable report-writing skills. Adaptable to change Experience supervising others, strong interviewing skills, previous experience doing ‘cold’ interviews and phone interviewing with verifiable successful closure rate Ability to locate individuals and develop suspect profiles using available online resources. Ensure that policies and processes are implemented and executed appropriately within the company. Proficient in Excel, Word, and PowerPoint with a capacity to learn and effectively use technology that may aid in the development of cases. This position requires availability at all times; approximately 10-20% of each month will be spent traveling to various markets, stores, and industry-related meetings Strong ability to influence and collaborate with others </summary>
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            <required-education></required-education>
            <required-experience></required-experience>
            <full-time>1</full-time>
            <part-time></part-time>
            <flex-time></flex-time>
            <internship></internship>
            <volunteer></volunteer>
            <exempt></exempt>
            <contract></contract>
            <permanent></permanent>
            <temporary></temporary>
            <telecommute></telecommute>
        <description>
        <compensation>
            <salary-range></salary-range>
            <salary-amount></salary-amount>
            <benefits></benefits>
        </compensation>
        <posted-date>March 29, 2017</posted-date>
        <close-date>2018-04-27</close-date>
        <location>
            <address>175 5th Ave, New York, NY 10010, USA</address>
            <city>New York</city>
            <state>New York</state>
            <zip></zip>
            <country>US</country>
        </location>
        <contact>
            <name></name>
            <email></email>
            <hiring-manager-name></hiring-manager-name>
            <hiring-manager-email></hiring-manager-email>
            <phone></phone>
            <fax></fax>
        </contact>
        <company>
            <name>Barnes & Noble</name>
            <description></description>
            <industry></industry>
            <url></url>
        </company>
    </job>
    <job>
        <title>Athletics Compliance Officer</title>
        <job-board-name>ComplianceJobs.com</job-board-name>
        <job-board-url>http://compliancejobs.com/</job-board-url>
        <job-code>30546</job-code>
        <detail-url>http://compliancejobs.com/job/athletics-compliance-officer/</detail-url>
        <apply-url></apply-url>
        <job-category>Director,Human Resources,Investigations,Legal,Athletics,Athletics Compliance,Compliance Officer,officer</job-category>
        <description>
            <summary>Monitors student athlete recruiting process and initial eligibility of athletes being recruited. Assists with preparation of squad lists and other institutional, conference and NCAA forms. Monitors eligibility and athlete satisfactory progress towards their degree. Ensures University is in full compliance with NCAA and PAC-12 legislation. Responsibilities Reports to Associate Registrar and works in consultation with Registrar’s Office and Athletic Compliance Office. Monitors the eligibility/admission status of all designated incoming freshman and transfer student athletes. Provide a preliminary evaluation of all freshman prospective student athletes to ensure they are meeting initial eligibility requirements. Maintain and update the University of Utah’s NCAA Institutional Request List on NCAA Eligibility Center website. Ensure freshman and transfer student athletes are certified, with regard to both academics and amateurism. Review, process and approve requests related to preliminary campus visits taken by prospective student athletes. Disclaimer This job description has been designed to indicate the general nature and level of work performed by employees within this classification. It is not designed to contain or be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities and qualifications required of employees assigned to the job. Minimum Qualifications Bachelor’s degree in a related field or equivalency required. Knowledge of NCAA legislation and demonstrated human relations and effective communication skills also required. Master’s degree in a related field preferred. Applicants must demonstrate the potential ability to perform the essential functions of the job as outlined in the position description. </summary>
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            <required-education></required-education>
            <required-experience></required-experience>
            <full-time>1</full-time>
            <part-time></part-time>
            <flex-time></flex-time>
            <internship></internship>
            <volunteer></volunteer>
            <exempt></exempt>
            <contract></contract>
            <permanent></permanent>
            <temporary></temporary>
            <telecommute></telecommute>
        <description>
        <compensation>
            <salary-range></salary-range>
            <salary-amount></salary-amount>
            <benefits></benefits>
        </compensation>
        <posted-date>March 29, 2017</posted-date>
        <close-date>2018-04-27</close-date>
        <location>
            <address>Salt Lake City, UT, USA</address>
            <city>Salt Lake City</city>
            <state>Utah</state>
            <zip></zip>
            <country>US</country>
        </location>
        <contact>
            <name></name>
            <email></email>
            <hiring-manager-name></hiring-manager-name>
            <hiring-manager-email></hiring-manager-email>
            <phone></phone>
            <fax></fax>
        </contact>
        <company>
            <name>The University Of UTAH</name>
            <description></description>
            <industry></industry>
            <url></url>
        </company>
    </job>
    <job>
        <title>Compliance Coordinator</title>
        <job-board-name>ComplianceJobs.com</job-board-name>
        <job-board-url>http://compliancejobs.com/</job-board-url>
        <job-code>30543</job-code>
        <detail-url>http://compliancejobs.com/job/compliance-coordinator/</detail-url>
        <apply-url></apply-url>
        <job-category>Director,Human Resources,Investigations,Legal,Athletics,Athletics Compliance,Compliance Officer,officer,Compliance Coordinator,Coordinator,Management</job-category>
        <description>
            <summary>Provides general administrative and project or process support. As a Compliance Coordinator you will be responsible for establishing and maintaining growth relationships with clients, agencies and affiliates in addition to directing stations to the affidavit site to confirm that scheduled advertisements aired correctly. Our ideal candidate has strong follow-up skills and is outgoing, persuasive and focused. You will work in a fast-paced, challenging and friendly environment. Responsibilities: Information collection and management. Work closely with other supportive services to achieve established special projects, goals and deadlines. Ensure timely submission of TTWN affidavits for assigned region. Contact stations by email and phone. Establish and maintain growth relationships with affiliates. Provide general administrative, project or audit support. Participate in research and data collection for Billing, Compliance and Traffic Department as needed. Key Capabilities: Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Ability to multi-task and meet deadlines. Microsoft Office experience including Word and Excel Strong organizational, analytical, and problem solving skills. Functions effectively and comfortably in a fast paced environment. Excellent customer service skills. Work Experience: 3-5+ years’ experience in a fast-paced environment Education: Four-year Bachelor's degree preferred </summary>
            <required-skills></required-skills>
            <required-education></required-education>
            <required-experience></required-experience>
            <full-time>1</full-time>
            <part-time></part-time>
            <flex-time></flex-time>
            <internship></internship>
            <volunteer></volunteer>
            <exempt></exempt>
            <contract></contract>
            <permanent></permanent>
            <temporary></temporary>
            <telecommute></telecommute>
        <description>
        <compensation>
            <salary-range></salary-range>
            <salary-amount></salary-amount>
            <benefits></benefits>
        </compensation>
        <posted-date>March 29, 2017</posted-date>
        <close-date>2018-04-27</close-date>
        <location>
            <address>New York, NY, USA</address>
            <city>New York</city>
            <state>New York</state>
            <zip></zip>
            <country>US</country>
        </location>
        <contact>
            <name></name>
            <email></email>
            <hiring-manager-name></hiring-manager-name>
            <hiring-manager-email></hiring-manager-email>
            <phone></phone>
            <fax></fax>
        </contact>
        <company>
            <name>Iheart Media</name>
            <description></description>
            <industry></industry>
            <url></url>
        </company>
    </job>
    <job>
        <title>Chief Compliance Officer – HAP</title>
        <job-board-name>ComplianceJobs.com</job-board-name>
        <job-board-url>http://compliancejobs.com/</job-board-url>
        <job-code>30541</job-code>
        <detail-url>http://compliancejobs.com/job/chief-compliance-officer-hap/</detail-url>
        <apply-url></apply-url>
        <job-category>Director,Human Resources,Investigations,Legal,Athletics,Athletics Compliance,Compliance Officer,officer,Compliance Coordinator,Coordinator,Management,Chief Compliance Officer,Compliance,officer,Staff</job-category>
        <description>
            <summary> Under the leadership of the Vice President of Business Integrity Services and the Chief Executive Officer, the Chief Compliance Officer (CCO) is responsible to implement, document, and maintain a coordinated legislative and regulatory compliance program that meets the expectations of State and Federal regulators and corporate Government for Health Alliance Plan and its subsidiaries, including Alliance Health and Life Insurance Company; HAP Preferred, Inc.; Administration Systems Research Corporation; and Midwest Health Plan (jointly referred to as “HAP”). Principal Duties and Responsibilities: Nurture and promote a culture of compliance throughout HAP in partnership with senior staff, managers and all other staff. Implement, document, and maintain a coordinated regulatory compliance program. Develop and/or implement compliance educational programs for all key stakeholders. Identify and assess areas of compliance risks and deploy strategies to ensure ongoing effectiveness of the compliance program. Draft policies, procedures and practices designed to promote compliance with the requirements set forth by Federal and State health care programs. Coordinate and oversee regulatory submissions and reporting activities. Cultivate positive relationships with key regulatory bodies and serve as a key point of contact during regulatory audits. Serve as subject matter expert on compliance matters for HAP staff. Implement strategies to monitor regulatory readiness. Report to the Audit and Compliance Committee of the Board of Directors regarding compliance matters as necessary. Manage HAP’s operational compliance committees. Develop agendas, reports and information as requested by the CEO, the Audit and Compliance Committee of the Board of Directors, and/or the Board. Coordinate oversight of privacy and security matters with the Information Privacy and Security Office. Oversee and follow up and as applicable implement corrective actions to investigations and other issues generated by the compliance program. Perform other related duties as assigned. Leadership Competencies: Leadership - Listens and communicates effectively. (Be Here Now)  Coaches and mentors others. Motivates and inspires others. Has the courage to innovate. Is accessible to others. Rewards and recognizes the accomplishments of others. Demonstrates self-awareness and self-management. Accountability for Results and Execution - Is accountable for achieving desired results. Demonstrates confidence in decisions and executes without undue delay. Leads by example (Shadow of a Leader). Demonstrates integrity and ethical behavior. Encourages and embraces diverse cultures, ideas and opinions. Strategic Planning - Aligns individual/department/business unit goals and tactics with System goals. Translates strategies into goals and action plans. Keeps team informed about the strategic direction of the organization and everyone's role in achieving that vision. Eliminates silos or boundaries that impede local and System-wide strategy development, action plan implementation, and goal achievement (Systems Thinking). Member/Customer Focus - Models strong personal service excellence skills creating a "Lasting Impression" for our members and customers. Develops service skills in others, and holds others accountable to uphold the HFHS "Team Member Standards of Behavior." Creates an environment that "puts patients first by providing the quality of care and comfort we want for our families and ourselves." Seeks out and uses data from members and other customers in developing world-class processes and in continuous improvement efforts in service excellence. Performance Analysis and Knowledge Management - Demonstrates competence and credibility in area(s) of responsibility (i.e., technical, professional, and, if appropriate, clinical proficiency). Understands and interprets performance reports from all pillars to drive decision-making; uses data to evaluate the potential risk and returns on investment. Actively seeks and incorporates feedback and best practices from others in order to learn and improve. Shares knowledge with others to drive organizational improvement. Staff Focus - Creates a stimulating, rewarding and engaging work environment for team members. Puts the right people in the right role (or assigns the right tasks) at the right time. Encourages and challenges staff to take risks and be innovative. Supports and encourages the development of others; facilitates their personal growth and offers assistance. Celebrates achievements, contributions, and accomplishments. Demonstrates honesty and consistency in communications with staff. Create a collaborative culture by demonstrating a positive attitude and hopeful energy. Process Management and Focus on Safety - Sets expectations and targets that are aligned with system goals in the areas of member safety and quality. Seeks and practices continuous improvement of products, services and processes. Is an agent of change (e.g., challenges the status quo; suggests alternative solutions to challenging problems, supports others with change). Creates an environment where people feel "safe" to speak up and speak out about safety issues and/or inappropriate behaviors. Follows guidelines of local and System-wide quality and safety initiatives, such as the No Harm campaign. Models and strictly enforces personal safe practices (e.g., hand-washing). Education Required: Bachelor's degree in health care administration, public health or business Experience Required: 7+ years related experience and/or training Previous Medicare, Medicaid, FEHB, HIPAA and federal health reform regulatory experience in a managed care environment Successful development and implementation of government programs compliance plan Preferred: Certification in compliance field by organizations such as the Health Care Compliance Association (HCCA) or National Health Care Anti-fraud Association (NHCAA). Compliance experience with a carrier intending to offer or offering ACA exchange/insurance market place health plans Skills and Abilities: Excellent verbal, written, listening and interpersonal communication skills Knowledge of managed care external accreditation requirements, such as National Committee on Quality Assurance Flexibility, adaptability to changing business and personal needs Leadership skills, ability to coach and mentor Knowledge of Medicare and Medicaid managed care//insurance regulations and environment Acquire knowledge of compliance trends by attending educational meetings on compliance and reporting back learned information Ability to foster a cohesive and supportive team environment </summary>
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            <required-education></required-education>
            <required-experience></required-experience>
            <full-time>1</full-time>
            <part-time></part-time>
            <flex-time></flex-time>
            <internship></internship>
            <volunteer></volunteer>
            <exempt></exempt>
            <contract></contract>
            <permanent></permanent>
            <temporary></temporary>
            <telecommute></telecommute>
        <description>
        <compensation>
            <salary-range></salary-range>
            <salary-amount></salary-amount>
            <benefits></benefits>
        </compensation>
        <posted-date>March 29, 2017</posted-date>
        <close-date>2017-04-27</close-date>
        <location>
            <address>Detroit, MI, USA</address>
            <city>Detroit</city>
            <state>Michigan</state>
            <zip></zip>
            <country>US</country>
        </location>
        <contact>
            <name></name>
            <email></email>
            <hiring-manager-name></hiring-manager-name>
            <hiring-manager-email></hiring-manager-email>
            <phone></phone>
            <fax></fax>
        </contact>
        <company>
            <name>Henry Ford Health System</name>
            <description></description>
            <industry></industry>
            <url></url>
        </company>
    </job>
    <job>
        <title>ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF COMPLIANCE</title>
        <job-board-name>ComplianceJobs.com</job-board-name>
        <job-board-url>http://compliancejobs.com/</job-board-url>
        <job-code>30537</job-code>
        <detail-url>http://compliancejobs.com/job/assistant-director-of-compliance/</detail-url>
        <apply-url></apply-url>
        <job-category>Director,Human Resources,Investigations,Legal,Athletics,Athletics Compliance,Compliance Officer,officer,Compliance Coordinator,Coordinator,Management,Chief Compliance Officer,Compliance,officer,Staff,Assistant,Assistant Director,Compliance,Director</job-category>
        <description>
            <summary>The Assistant Director of Compliance, Student-Athlete Issues (“Assistant Director”) must be extremely knowledgeable regarding NCAA rules and possess strong organizational skills and attention to detail.  The Assistant Director will be responsible for overseeing and enhancing a comprehensive monitoring program relating to NCAA and Big Ten rules impacting the activities of student-athletes.  The Assistant Director will be comfortable with technology and use it to advance the goals of the Compliance Services Office.    The Assistant Director will convey a strong customer service attitude and assist student-athletes, coaches and athletic administrators by interpreting, teaching and monitoring all required rules and regulations. The Assistant Director will consistently and reliably demonstrate good judgment, sound reasoning, and practicality. Responsibilities Monitoring of compliance issues impacting student-athletes including: Completion of annual student-athlete compliance forms. Roster management activities such as: Updating student-athlete data in JumpForward compliance software program. Monitoring and communication of additions and deletions to rosters. Participation reports. Travel and competition rosters and class excuse letters. Playing and practice season activities such as: Declarations of playing and practice seasons. CARA forms. Practice visits. Summer conditioning activities. Support implementation of recent time management proposals Student-athlete employment. Complimentary admissions to student-athletes. Promotional activities. Automobile monitoring and parking passes. Student-athlete meals. Student-athlete housing. Outside competition. Amateurism issues. Required Qualifications Bachelor’s Degree 1 - 3 years of compliance experience in a Division I athletics program Demonstrated knowledge of NCAA rules Demonstrated commitment to high professional ethical standards Demonstrated ability to work in a fast – paced office setting Demonstrated ability to work as part of a team Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to communicate information to a range of audiences Strong verbal and written communications skills. Desired Qualifications Masters, law or other relevant advanced degree Demonstrated knowledge of Big Ten rules Previous experience in a BCS-level athletics program NAAC Education Certification </summary>
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            <required-education></required-education>
            <required-experience></required-experience>
            <full-time>1</full-time>
            <part-time></part-time>
            <flex-time></flex-time>
            <internship></internship>
            <volunteer></volunteer>
            <exempt></exempt>
            <contract></contract>
            <permanent></permanent>
            <temporary></temporary>
            <telecommute></telecommute>
        <description>
        <compensation>
            <salary-range></salary-range>
            <salary-amount></salary-amount>
            <benefits></benefits>
        </compensation>
        <posted-date>March 29, 2017</posted-date>
        <close-date>2018-04-27</close-date>
        <location>
            <address>Ann Arbor, MI, USA</address>
            <city>Ann Arbor</city>
            <state>Michigan</state>
            <zip></zip>
            <country>US</country>
        </location>
        <contact>
            <name></name>
            <email></email>
            <hiring-manager-name></hiring-manager-name>
            <hiring-manager-email></hiring-manager-email>
            <phone></phone>
            <fax></fax>
        </contact>
        <company>
            <name>The University of Michigan</name>
            <description></description>
            <industry></industry>
            <url></url>
        </company>
    </job>
</jobs>