In October 2020, Invitae Corporation (NYSE: NVTA) combined with ArcherDX, a genomic analysis company specializing in cancer diagnostics and monitoring, to create a leading comprehensive medical and cancer genetics company. As a combined company, Invitae, is bringing world-class genetic testing and diagnostics into mainstream medicine to improve healthcare for billions of people. Our goal is to aggregate the world’s genetic tests into a single service with higher quality and accuracy, faster turnaround time and actionable results. Learn more at invitae.com and archerdx.com.
The Compliance and Policy Associate provides key support, diligence, and urgency in Archer’s monitoring and participation in the development of diagnostic policy and compliance matters. By monitoring developments, summarizing content and communicating actively with stakeholders at Archer, the Compliance and Policy Associate ensures Archer is active and and professional participant in the rapidly changing global diagnostic regulatory and policy landscape.
- Establish and utilize tools for tracking current developments on legislation, regulation and healthy authorities policies that affect Archer and Invitae’s business interests.
- Highlight key matters and summarize primary takeaways for review by management.
- Ensure Archer participates in commenting on developing issues via trade groups or independently. Where appropriate, solicit comments from Archer stakeholders and synthesize information into a concise, professional and competent public commentary on the item of interest.
- Assist in establishing templates and tracking of key policy initiatives for a given year or quarter.
- Create content for training on changes in policy and compliance for use by the Archer training team. Participate in hosting training where appropriate.
- Minimum of 2 years experience in a role researching, summarizing and tracking policy or legislation changes.
- One or more years of experience in the diagnostic or laboratory field.
- Comfort with researching and interpreting legal language and other dense materials.
- Strong working knowledge of legislative and regulatory frameworks.
- Collaborative and positive attitude.
- Bachelor’s degree in biomedical discipline, political science or other related discipline. Preference for advanced degree in law, policy, or laboratory sciences.