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Compliance Counsel II, Neuromodulation

Boston Scientific's hybrid workplace includes remote and onsite roles. By applying to this position, you will have the opportunity to discuss your preferred working location with your Talent Acquisition Specialist.

Remote Eligible:  Hybrid
Onsite Location(s): 

Valencia, CA, US, 91355


Diversity - Innovation - Caring - Global Collaboration - Winning Spirit - High Performance

At Boston Scientific, we’ll give you the opportunity to harness all that’s within you by working in teams of diverse and high-performing employees, tackling some of the most important health industry challenges. With access to the latest tools, information and training, we’ll help you in advancing your skills and career. Here, you’ll be supported in progressing – whatever your ambitions.


About the role:

Reporting to the Senior Managing Counsel for BSC’s Cardiac Rhythm Management, Cardiac Diagnostics and Services, and Neuromodulation businesses, the Compliance Counsel II role provides day to day legal/compliance support to Boston Scientific’s Neuromodulation business unit based in Valencia, California.
As Compliance Counsel II, you will serve as a subject matter expert and strategic partner to key functions in the business (e.g., Sales, Marketing, Clinical, and Medical Education) to ensure business interactions comply with laws and regulations governing medical device companies, especially involving interactions with healthcare providers (HCPs) and patients.  You will coordinate with other Legal department personnel (including Privacy and Intellectual Property counsel) and the Global Compliance team to provide seamless support to the business.
Your responsibilities include: 

  • Provide legal advice and counsel to company personnel in diverse matters by assisting, advising, investigating, researching and resolving legal matters within company policies to ensure that company personnel are aware of and in compliance with applicable state and federal laws and regulations including, but not limited to, the Anti-Kickback Statute, and False Claims Act.
  • Actively engage with business leaders in various functions to develop creative and compliant alternatives and solutions to meet the business’s objectives. 
  • Act as subject matter expert on all US HCP policies, procedures and internal controls, including HCP contracting and needs assessments, annual policy reviews and revisions, and engagement of US HCPs to provide services in and outside the US.
  • Advise on business transactions, including preparation, review and negotiation of agreements with HCPs and institutions in a variety of areas such as consulting, grants, and research.
  • Support new business development by conducting due diligence, advising senior leadership on compliance aspects of proposed M&A (or equity investment) transactions and supporting integration of acquired companies in compliance with company policies.
  • Conduct quarterly reviews and business conduct trainings to divisional leadership.
  • Provide legal support and guidance related to annual HCP spend reporting obligations.
  • Develop, implement and revise policies and procedures and provide training to company employees on relevant legal, compliance and business conduct topics.
  • Collaborate with Global Compliance on monitoring, auditing and investigations Develop content and implementation of various Company policies and procedures related to sales force interactions with health care providers and patients.
  • Collaborate with other team members in support of the Neuromodulation business.
  • Foster a diverse workplace that enables all participants to contribute to their full potential in pursuit of organizational objectives.

Required Qualifications: 

  • J.D. admitted to the bar in good standing (California Bar Admission preferred)
  • 5+ years of experience, preferably with experience working within medical device, pharma or healthcare industry
  • Experience counseling and advising medical device, healthcare providers and/or pharmaceutical company clients on federal and state laws related to heath care fraud and abuse issues (e.g., False Claims Act, Anti-Kickback statute)
  • Proactive, self-assured professional with the ability to provided candid advice and feedback to senior leaders
  • High personal integrity and demonstrated strong commitment to compliance and ethics
  • Ability to develop good interpersonal relationships with key stakeholders
  • Excellent judgment and strong leadership skills
  • Superior communication, decision-making and problem-solving skills, with demonstrated leadership and ability to influence cross-functional stakeholders and decision makers at various levels
  • Superior organization, facilitation, collaboration and presentation skills with ability to synthesize information gathered from a wide range of sources to provide objectively sound risk assessments and guidance to decision-makers
  • Self-reliant with willingness to “own” issues and creatively identify and implement solutions

Preferred Qualifications

  • Experience in a compliance or ethics function in a corporate law firm, healthcare provider setting and/or relevant in-house experience at a device company



Requisition ID: 545556


As a leader in medical science for more than 40 years, we are committed to solving the challenges that matter most – united by a deep caring for human life. Our mission to advance science for life is about transforming lives through innovative medical solutions that improve patient lives, create value for our customers, and support our employees and the communities in which we operate. Now more than ever, we have a responsibility to apply those values to everything we do – as a global business and as a global corporate citizen.


So, choosing a career with Boston Scientific (NYSE: BSX) isn’t just business, it’s personal. And if you’re a natural problem-solver with the imagination, determination, and spirit to make a meaningful difference to people worldwide, we encourage you to apply and look forward to connecting with you!


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Please be advised that certain US based positions, including without limitation field sales and service positions that call on hospitals and/or health care centers, require acceptable proof of COVID-19 vaccination status.  Candidates will be notified during the interview and selection process if the role(s) for which they have applied require proof of vaccination as a condition of employment.  Boston Scientific continues to evaluate its policies and protocols regarding the COVID-19 vaccine and will comply with all applicable state and federal law and healthcare credentialing requirements.   As employees of the Company, you will be expected to meet the ongoing requirements for your roles, including any new requirements, should the Company’s policies or protocols change with regard to COVID-19 vaccination.




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