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Job Title

Associate Director - Ethics & Compliance

Requirement Type

Full Time

Job Location


Requirement Level

Associate Director

Hiring Manager

Managing Director HR

Primary Skill

Corporate Ethics & Compliance



Skill Category


About Elevance

Elevance is a leading health company in America dedicated to improving lives and communities and making healthcare simpler.  It is the largest managed health care company in the Blue Cross Blue Shield (BCBS) Association serving more than 45 million lives across 14 states. 

A regular i n Fortune 500 list, Elevance ranked 20 in 2022 . Gail Boudreaux , President and CEO of Elevance has been a consistent name in the Fortune list of most powerful women and currently holds 4th rank on this list. 

About Carelon

Carelon Global Solutions was founded in 2017 as a fully owned subsidiary of Elevance (Previously Anthem Inc).

At the center of Carelon is its philosophy of Think Limitless. This enables us to strive for operational excellence, design and cutting-edge innovations and solutions, and deliver exceptional business value for the clients. Diversity is one of the cornerstone values at Carelon and we are proud of harboring a rich and wholesome environment that embraces differences, is inclusive, values talent and creativity, and discriminates against any bias. Carelon received its ‘Great Place To Work’ certification in July 2021.  

Our Mission & Values

Our Mission: Improving Lives and Communities. Simplifying Healthcare. Expecting More.

Our Values: Leadership | Community | Integrity | Agility | Diversity

Job Purpose

Responsible for directing foundational and strategic privacy compliance responsibilities with consistent excellence that support the team and management, as well as ensuring a strong ethical culture in global locations consistent with the enterprise Ethics program and the Elevance Health Code of conduct.

Job Responsibility

Primary duties to include, but are not limited to:

  • Directs privacy projects, initiatives, regulatory sanctions, executive-sponsored privacy initiatives, regulatory audits or exams, internal audits, accreditations, on-site reviews, risk assessments; audit planning, conducting mock audits, conducting audit training, managing audit evidence preparation, assessing audit preparedness.
  • Leads privacy compliance monitoring to identify process gaps, validate compliance levels, map processes, draft corrective actions/remediation plans, oversee implementation of corrective actions, prepare reports/presentations.
  • Leads complex ethics and privacy investigations and documents findings.
  • Develops strategic plans, makes recommendations to leadership.
  • Develops strong relationships with key leaders (at an enterprise level) to identify and address compliance risks and failures; manage action plans designed to fully mitigate risk(s) and adherence to the Elevance Health Code of Conduct
  • Travels to worksite and other locations as necessary.
  • Operate in highly matrixed environment, effectively utilize leadership characteristics to ensure global culture and values while supporting and facilitating local business initiatives.
  • Conduct complex ethics investigations where allegations of misconduct exist.
  • Prepare reports for presentation to senior management and committees, including reporting of program metrics and trends.


Requires a BA/BS and minimum of 8 years health care, regulatory, ethics, compliance or privacy experience; or any combination of education and experience, which would provide an equivalent background.


Experience in implementing Ethics and / or Compliance programs, or legal experience; or any combination.

Minimum 8 years of regulatory, ethics, compliance or privacy experience. Ability to work independently in complex scenarios and manage crisis. High levels of integrity and ability to maintain absolute confidentiality wherever required. Detailed knowledge of the U.S. Federal Sentencing Guidelines and the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act preferred. Knowledge of HIPAA. Good awareness of global Privacy and regulatory frameworks will be added advantage.

Knowledge and Competencies

Experience supporting an effective ethics and compliance program at a multi-national organization.

Proficient understanding of international privacy laws, including GDPR (EU), the Digital Personal Data Protection Act (India), and the Data Privacy Act (Philippines).

Significant experience investigating allegations of violations of the code of conduct.

Excellent verbal and written communication skills necessary to explain complex and/or confidential information through written reports and presentations, and communicate those findings with all levels of management.

Demonstrated ability to work cross-functionally and collaboratively in a global ethics program and highly matrixed environment.

Knowledge of laws and regulations applicable to managing risk in emerging markets including among other things, the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, UK Bribery Act, anti-money laundering, and economic sanctions.

The Carelon Promise

Aligning with our brand belief of ‘limitless minds are our biggest asset’, we offer a world of limitless opportunities to our associates. 

  • It is our strong belief that one is committed to a role when it is not just what the role entails, but also what lies in its periphery that completes the value circle for an associate. 
  • This world of limitless opportunities thrives in an environment that fosters growth and well-being, and gives you purpose and the feeling of belonging.

Life @ Carelon

  • Extensive focus on learning and development
  • An inspiring culture built on innovation, creativity, and freedom
  • Holistic well-being 
  • Comprehensive range of rewards and recognitions
  • Competitive health and medical insurance coverage
  • Best-in-class amenities and workspaces
  • Policies designed with associates at the center

Equal Opportunity Employer

Carelon is committed to a diverse and inclusive workplace and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, pregnancy, disability, age, veteran status, or other characteristics.

Reasonable Accommodation
Our inclusive culture empowers Carelon to deliver the best results for our customers. We not only celebrate the diversity of our workforce, but we also celebrate the diverse ways we work.

If you have a disability and need accommodation such as an interpreter or a different interview format, please ask for the Reasonable Accommodation Request Form.

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