Overview

Regulatory Compliance Auditor

Salary: Competitive Salary & Benefits Package

 

LloydsPharmacy Clinical Homecare (LPCH) is seeking an experienced and passionate individual to join our team as a Regulatory Compliance Auditor. This role offers a unique opportunity to take full ownership to evaluate and improve the effectiveness of risk management, through the effective auditing and assessing of processes, documentation, practices and results, and providing actions for improvement ensuring Lloydspharmacy Clinical Homecare complies with legislation, regulations and standards and risks are mitigated.

Key Accountabilities:

  • Drive operational excellence by conducting regular assessments of the Lloydspharmacy Clinical Homecare operation.
  • Plan and executing scheduled and unscheduled compliance audits and providing recommendations to minimise risk.
  • Ensure documentation meets the required standard and is compliant and relevant.
  • Report and communicate the current performance of the business against regulatory requirements.
  • Stay informed about emerging risks, industry trends, and changes in regulations to ensure that the audit function remains relevant and effective.
  • Manage proactive stakeholder relationships both internally and externally – influencing around best practice.
 
Why LloydsPharmacy Clinical Homecare?

We have a lot to offer to not only the 100,000 patients we support, but also to our valued employees. LloydsPharmacy Clinical Homecare has a wide range of exciting opportunities for passionate professionals across nursing, patient services, compounding, pharmacy and warehousing. These roles come with fantastic benefits including:

  • 25 days annual leave plus bank holidays
  • Company bonus scheme
  • Outstanding training & development programmes
  • Up to £1200 refer a friend bonus
  • Full support from our employee assistance programme including a health and well-being app
  • Savings and discounts at multiple retailers through our rewards portal

About You

Role Purpose:

As the Regulatory Compliance Auditor you will be responsible for evaluating and improving the effectiveness of risk management, through the effective auditing and assessing of processes, documentation, practices and results, and providing actions for improvement ensuring Lloydspharmacy Clinical Homecare complies with legislation, regulations and standards and risks are mitigated.

To be successful in this role you will be able to demonstrate skills, knowledge and experience in the following areas: 

  • Degree level qualification
  • Professional certification is essential, such as Certified Regulatory Compliance Manager (CRCM) .
  • Understanding of the CQC and compliance requirements is essential. This knowledge will include laws and regulations specific to healthcare, pharmaceuticals, data protection, or
  • other sectors.
  • Understanding of healthcare  sectors is essential.
  • Experience in auditing or compliance-related roles is essential.
  • Strong analytical skills to review and assess complex data and documentation, identify compliance issues, and make recommendations for improvement.
  • Keen eye for detail is crucial to ensure that all compliance requirements are met and potential issues are not overlooked.
  • Written and verbal communication skills are essential to convey findings and recommendations to management and relevant stakeholders.
  • Ability to problem solve around compliance issues and develop practical solutions to address them.
  • Commitment to high ethical standards and maintain independence and objectivity work.
  • Committed to ongoing professional development and staying up-to-date with industry trends and changes in regulations.

About Us

LloydsPharmacy Clinical Homecare are one of the most experienced providers of clinical homecare in the UK and have been supporting patients in this way since 1975. We provide care to more than 100,000 patients in their own home, at work, or in the community, ranging from straightforward delivery of medication to specialist nursing for complex conditions. We work in partnership with the NHS, pharmaceutical companies, and private medical insurers. Our range of treatments and conditions includes home parenteral nutrition, chemotherapy, IV antibiotics, enzyme replacement therapy, rheumatoid arthritis, multiple sclerosis and much more.

We are defined by our ICARE values and we pride ourselves on being an equal opportunities employer, committed to diversity & inclusion, taking a person-centred approach to our interview process that is fair and free from both discrimination and bias. If you have any reasonable adjustment needs arising from a disability or medical condition to fully participate in the recruitment process, please discuss this with our resourcing team.


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