MD Anderson Cancer Center Legal Officer, Conflict of Interest & Ethics in Houston, Texas
The Legal Officer, Conflicts of Interest and Ethics will provide the strategic vision for the conflicts of interest, institutional conflicts of interest, ethics, and export controls programs throughout the organization.
Additionally, the Legal Officer will:
a) serve as in-house legal and regulatory counsel on conflicts of interest, institutional conflicts of interest, ethics, and export control matters;
b) work closely with the Associate Director, Conflicts of Interest and Export Controls, on leading the conflicts of interest, institutional conflicts of interest, and export control program;
c) attend, serve on, and/or support various compliance committees, including the Conflicts of Interest Committee, the Institutional Conflicts of Interest Committee, and the Integrity and Ethics Advocacy Counsel;
d) assist in the development of policies and procedures related to conflicts of interest, institutional conflicts of interest, export control, and ethics matters;
e) perform compliance investigations and determine corrective actions related to conflicts of interest, institutional conflicts of interest, export controls, and ethical and/or state law violations.
Juris Doctor (J.D.)
Four years of legal experience in a large academic healthcare organization.
MD Anderson Cancer Center is committed to encouraging good health and staying true to our mission to end cancer. As part of its efforts to achieve these goals of a tobacco-free hiring process, if you are offered a position at MD Anderson Cancer Center, you will be subject to a Pre-Employment Drug Screen for tobacco compounds in compliance with applicable state laws.
EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY
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