Bristol Myers Squibb Lead, U.S Monitoring and Analytics, Compliance & Ethics in Princeton, New Jersey

  • Applying Data analytics techniques to proactively identify and quantify new and or emerging compliance trends and potential business risk

  • Development, implementation and execution of U.S Market forward-looking monitoring program, in coordination with U.S Compliance team and other stakeholders as appropriate

  • Establishing monitoring program to yield continuous flow of insights, which may serve as a basis for compliance education, communication, coaching, and business reporting.

  • Conducting monitoring activities on an ongoing basis as a process improvement effort, with cross business unit alignment and engagement

  • Collaborating with business partners and enabling functions to regularly communicate compliance metrics, guidance and monitoring results to senior management and other BMS internal stakeholders

  • Oversight of internal and external stakeholders and vendors to ensure accurate, consistent and timely completion of monitoring activities

  • Partner closely with BMS Global analytics COE and BI&A to identify and gather relevant analytics and deliver comprehensive report to business leaders

  • Risk assessment pull-through: Use monitoring outcomes to determine if mitigation steps are effectively implemented and impactful

  • Ensuring compliance monitoring incorporates a broad sampling of activities, with appropriate coverage across risk areas, business units and commercial products.

  • Closely follow external enforcement trends and benchmark activities as appropriate

  • Serve as Compliance Business partner to Innovative Medicines BU


  • Bachelor’s degree

  • At least 5-7 years’ experience in pharmaceutical/biotech/Health Sciences compliance, law or a related discipline. Pharmaceutical business experience a plus.

  • Demonstrated expertise implementing and overseeing Compliance monitoring program

  • Proven ability using and applying data analytical techniques and tools (Tableau, Excel)

  • Demonstrated success working in a matrix environment and developing effective relationships with business and functional partners at all levels of the organization.

  • Extensive knowledge of the pharmaceutical Commercial operations, compliance, legal and regulatory environment (e.g., State Federal Open Payments/Transparency Reporting, FDCA, False Claims Act, anti-kickback, privacy) and the focus of current federal and state enforcement

  • Outstanding organizational, leadership and communication skills

Bristol-Myers Squibb is an equal opportunity employer. Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or protected veteran status.