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Senior Manager, Ethics and Compliance

Posted Jan 20
Full Time
On Site
Plymouth, Minnesota
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At Abbott, you can do work that matters, grow, and learn, care for yourself and family, be your true self and live a full life. You’ll also have access to:

  • Career development with an international company where you can grow the career you dream of Compliance & analytics as the Sr. Manager, Office of Ethics & Compliance.
  • Free medical coverage for employees* via the Health Investment Plan (HIP) PPO
  • An excellent retirement savings plan with high employer contribution
  • Tuition reimbursement, the Freedom 2 Save student debt program and FreeU education benefit - an affordable and convenient path to getting a bachelor’s degree.
  • A company recognized as a great place to work in dozens of countries around the world and named one of the most admired companies in the world by Fortune.
  • A company that is recognized as one of the best big companies to work for as well as a best place to work for diversity, working mothers, female executives, and scientists.


This position works out of our Plymouth, MN location in the Office of Ethics and Compliance.

As the Senior Manager, Ethics and Compliance, you will be a compliance advisor with all levels of key divisional business functions and provide direct oversight of elements of Abbott’s compliance program at the business unit level.  You will also lead effort efforts to streamline compliance trending, risk identification, risk mitigation, and remediation across Abbott’s Medical Device business units. 


The Sr. Manager performs the following with minimal to moderate supervision from the OEC Senior Director:

  • Partners with all levels of key divisional business functions to provide moderately complex OEC and divisional policy interpretation and requirements, compliance risk assessment, trend analysis and best practice recommendations.
  • Conducts moderately complex policy and procedure reviews and updates related to OEC policy and divisional/affiliate procedures ensuring clarity, applicability, and compliance.
  • Develops, delivers and updates OEC’s comprehensive training program on moderately complex OEC and divisional/affiliate policies and procedures, including US Policies and Procedures, Conflicts of Interest, and Abbott's Code of Business Conduct.  Assists with development and delivery of training on complex OEC and divisional policies and procedures.
  • Develops implements, modifies, and oversees corporate and/or divisional monitoring plan to ensure compliance with policies and procedures.
  • Assists OEC Director/ECO on compliance audits, oversees the fulfillment of auditors requests, acts as liaison between business and auditors during on site activities, evaluates and responds to all moderately complex preliminary findings and recommendations, guides the business in preparing corrective action to address moderately complex findings and recommendations, and ensures timely completion.
  • Directs and participates in Compliance Review Committee meetings and provides input on violation process.  Oversees the tracking and trending and proposes recommendations for corrective actions.
  • Provides guidance on proposed commercial programs, identifies moderately complex legal and regulatory issues, analyzes alternatives, and works with legal, as appropriate, to propose solutions to the business.
  • Possesses solid knowledge of Abbott’s businesses and knowledge of the broader business impact.
  • Participates and may lead moderately complex OEC programs cross-divisionally.
  • May have direct reports with people management responsibility.
  • Assists in selecting and recruiting team members.


  • BS/BA required.
  • Advanced degree preferred. May include fields such as JD, CPA, MBA, Masters relevant fields including Healthcare Administration, Life Sciences.
  • Minimum of 6-8 years’ experience with exposure to business functions such as compliance, legal, regulatory affairs, governmental affairs, and/or finance.
  • Experience with Microsoft Office suite including but not limited to Excel file management, PowerPoint presentations.
  • Experience with data analytics. May include building, iterating, and managing reports and/or dashboards in relevant systems such as Advanced Excel (pivots and/or macros), Microsoft PowerBI or Tableau.
  • Strong written and verbal skills and an ability to effectively communicate, influence, direct and collaborate with colleagues at all levels.


  • 5+ years of experience in healthcare compliance, with focus on issues such as fraud and abuse, and industry codes requirements.
  • 6+ years of experience covering the entire software lifecycle
  • Proficient in Cloud Software; devops tools and automation software
  • Experienced in building and managing mobile applications (iOS and Android)
  • Extensive programming experience

The base pay for this position is $125,300.00 – $250,700.00. In specific locations, the pay range may vary from the range posted.