About Embry Health

Looking to join one of the United States’ fastest-growing companies? Seeking an opportunity to positively impact the lives of others while transforming the image that our nation’s healthcare system is restraining and burdensome? Look no further than eMBRY Health!

In early 2020, Raymond Embry witnessed the need for a more responsive and effective response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Thousands of Arizonans fell ill daily. Communities across the state desperately sought testing services. Embry, a lifelong healthcare industry entrepreneur, and advocate seized the moment and created eMBRY Health to fill the testing void.

Over the last year, eMBRY Health has experienced rapid growth due to the pressing need for COVID-19 testing services. Nearly 300,000 Arizonans benefited from eMBRY Health’s critical testing services. In just the last few weeks, eMBRY Health has expanded its national footprint and established testing sites in states such as Florida, Hawaii, Colorado, and Texas. We plan to operate in even more states before the end of 2021.

eMBRY Health offers a dynamic, progressive, and family-inspired work environment. Our Headquarters are located less than 15 minutes away from Downtown Phoenix and Downtown Tempe. Perks for eMBRY Health employees include free healthy snacks, complimentary cold brew coffee, collaborative workspaces, and weekly breakfasts, to name a few.

eMBRY Health’s success is fostered in its diversity, team spirit, and a shared employee commitment to make healthcare “smarter” and “more accessible for all.” Now, more than ever, we need qualified, hard-working, and talented individuals with experience in fields such as Phlebotomy, Field Operations, Sales, Patient Success to name a few, who also believe in this mission to join us.

Please take a moment to review our available job openings. Learn how you can join thousands of others and take part in “The eMBRY Health evolution.”

eMBRY Health is committed to equal employment opportunity and recruits and hires applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy), national origin, disability, age, sexual orientation, veteran status, genetic information, gender identity, gender expression, or any other factor prohibited by law. eMBRY Health will provide a reasonable accommodation for those with a disability to complete any part of the application process. If you are unable to access or use this online application process and need an alternative method for applying, please contact us.

Position Summary

The Compliance Manager will be responsible for dealing with a range of compliance-related issues. Oversees activity for compliance, including analysis of compliance reviews and corrective action plans. This role will be responsible for ensuring swift action related to any compliance issues. This position is to be in office.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Collaborate with operational partners in the review of corporate records or documents to verify compliance and/or adherence with regulatory agency requirements or requests
  • Provide specialist advice regarding Regulations and guidance within the Councils and externally including keeping up to date with current and emerging legislation, best practices, and policy and ensuring continuous development and improvement in services.
  • Assist Environmental Health Specialists in carrying out enforcement of regulations or guidance where necessary. Some occasional evening and weekend work may be required.
  • Maintain the performance and progress reports on compliance work and statistical data as required by Team Leaders and Corporate Management Team.
  • Stay updated on existing and changing federal and state regulations, standards, and guidance that impact the company's products and processes
  • Participate on product project teams and provide input for regulatory requirements that may impact products and business

Required Skills:

  • Strong leadership abilities
  • Excellent written and communication skills.
  • Experience managing a large budget
  • Excellent organization skills
  • Experience evaluating and training team members
  • Analytical, goal-oriented work style
  • Travel between field sites required

Education and Experience:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Business /Healthcare Administration or other related degrees, preferred
  • 3-5 years of experience managing a large team across multiple sites, preferably in the healthcare industry.

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