CSC - Compliance Director (Risk Management)


Luxottica Group

Type

Corporate / executive

Location

North America

Mason

United States

Location

United States

Mason

Type

Corporate / executive


The Compliance Director tracks and reports the Company’s compliance requirements and regulations imposed by federal, state and local laws within the North America. Identifies and assesses areas of compliance risk; communicates the importance of the compliance program to internal stakeholders; develops and implements reporting, education programs, and strategies to drive accountability; and leads initiatives designed to mitigate risk. The Compliance Director assists the department VP as requested in developing, managing and administering corporate-wide compliance as it relates to regulations and laws developed within the North American markets (e.g. HIPAA, GDPR, Medicaid, FACTA). MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES Establishes effective relationships with Shared Services leadership team and other partners. Maintains an inventory of significant compliance requirements and assigns business owners. Prepares reporting material and presents to local leadership team when required. Provides assistance on US HIPAA and Canadian privacy matters, including but not limited to assessing operational compliance with HIPAA regulations, assessing potential breaches, reporting/managing breach response activities. Assesses compliance rules, guidelines, procedures and programs that mitigate risk to the company or improve our compliance strategy within the company (e.g. Anti-Fraud). Develops systems, processes and strategies for monitoring compliance requirements. Conducts external benchmarking on best practices related to compliance processes, systems; structure/staffing models and substantive focus areas. Assists controlling department in planning and budgeting in key compliance areas to develop measures of performance and monitors effectiveness in those areas. Develops organization and control of project schedules related to development and maintenance of compliance function. Interfaces with various departments within the Company to ensure appropriate and consistent approaches to compliance efforts. Develops and maintains close and productive working relationship with management groups to assist the Company and functional support departments in identifying and evaluating the legal compliance and regulatory risks/liabilities of the Company’s business objectives and weighs them against the benefits of the proposed action. Develops systems, processes and/or procedures for communicating developments with internal stakeholders. Manages outside vendor relationships, including managing contract language to insure necessary flow-down requirements. BASIC QUALIFICATIONS Undergraduate degree in Business or related field 10+ years’ experience in a corporate environment on consultancy firm with a strong process improvement or quality culture Knowledge and experience in Antitrust, Antibriberty & Corruption, Privacy, Fraud Prevention Proven success with project management, continuous improvement, SSAE, HiTrust or other control methodologies Successful at working independently Excellent written and oral skills Skilled at presenting to varied groups, including senior executives PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS Master’s degree in business related field, JD or equivalent Prior demonstrated experience in compliance organizations