Open Position

Title: Summer Intern, Compliance

Location: Remote

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If you are interested in the below position, please send your resume to [email protected] and REFERENCE THE POSITION TITLE within the subject line.


Ever wonder how the key healthcare laws, regulations and codes impact how the biotech and pharmaceutical industry operate? Do you have an eye for detail and a continuous improvement mindset? Ever wonder what it’s like to work at a small newly commercialized biotech? If you answered yes to these questions… we have the internship for you!

The Compliance Summer Intern will support the day-to-day operations of the Compliance department and focus on monitoring of transactions and engagements to confirm whether newly created controls (policies, SOPs, processes) and related trainings have worked as intended and if not, identify opportunities for improvement. The position will report to the Sr. Manager, Compliance Operations. This individual will support the day-to-day operations of the Compliance Department.

Key Responsibilities

This role will support the execution of the tactics identified as important to achieving our goals and objectives. This will include:

Monitoring/Auditing select transactions/engagements to confirm if they complied with company policies and procedures.

Contributing to the daily operations and document management of the monitoring program

Reviewing and contributing to the development or refinement of company policies and SOPs through the review of documents in support of business initiatives.

Assist in the development of compliance-related tools and resources and updating training and process documents as needed

Supporting training initiatives including sending meeting invites, updating documents and cross functional communication

Conducting basic research to stay current on rules and regulations and developing communications for the business to ensure ongoing awareness

As a result of this work, the intern will learn about various elements of a Compliance program, in addition to how those elements get executed daily.

–           Serve as the disease area expert and providing support to cross functional team members, including onboarding and review of materials

Professional Experience/Qualifications

Motivated to take initiative and work effectively in teams and autonomously in a virtual setting

Excellent communication and organizational skills

Ability to quickly adapt to new work and handle multiple priorities

Effectively work in an extremely fast-paced, dynamic environment

Work collaboratively on a small but diverse team

Passion for innovation and creativity

Ability to maintain confidentiality of employees and company sensitive information

Microsoft Office proficiency


Who You Are:

Have working knowledge of the elements of a Compliance program

Have familiarity of the Federal and State Laws (ie. False Claims Act), PhRMA Code, Federal Guidance Documents (ie, OIG 7 Elements)

Interested in issues impacting pharmaceutical and biotech companies

Confident self-starter with strong interpersonal and organizational skills

Outstanding written and oral communication skills and ability to work both in teams and independently

Can travel domestically and internationally approximately 25% of the time (post-pandemic).

•           Willingness and ability to travel domestically and internationally, as required.


Must be enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate degree program