Program Compliance Analyst

Lake County, IL, US
Oct 11, 2019
Required Education
High School or equivalent
Position Type
Full time
The Program Compliance Analyst (PCA) is responsible for monitoring and reconciliation to ensure data is accurate and aligned with 60+ individual country policies; and Abbvie's OPPFs, procedures, and CFMs for all activity excluding outstanding Congress activity. The PCA is also responsible for the successful close-out of activities, ensuring financial, transparency and compliance accuracy of all costs and activity associated with events planned within AbbVie's Business Service Group or by Third Party Vendors, as required by country specific, federal and state government reporting and regulations.

Key Responsibilities Include:
  • Maintain up-to-date knowledge of Sunshine Act and global transparency reporting requirements in order to assess general data quality issues that may impact ability to report information to the state/government agencies.
  • Ensure contract provisions carry out our transparency policies with various agencies as applicable by State and Federal laws
  • Serve as the point of contact for day-to-day processes and analyze and resolve the best course of action for each inquiry/problem
  • Act as primary contact for initiating and coordinating transparency projects
  • Build and update plan policies and procedures to ensure transparency with federal and state requirements
  • Conduct periodic assessments and audits to ensure transparency with contractual and regulatory requirements and timeliness of submission
  • Lead all aspects of the day-to-day health plan policies and procedures to ensure federal and state regulatory transparency review and verify invoices and check requests sort, code and match invoices
  • Enter and upload invoices into system and post transactions to journals, ledgers and other records
  • Research and resolve invoice discrepancies and issues, correspond with vendors and respond to inquiries and produce monthly reports
  • Assist with month end closing and provide supporting documentation for audits


  • High school degree or equivalent; Bachelor's Degree preferred in business or related discipline
  • 2+ years of work experience
  • 1-3 years accounts payable or general accounting experience
  • Proficient with MS Word, Excel, Power Point and general computer literacy
  • Proficient in data entry and management