Please note that this is a 7 months contract position.
The Sr. Analyst will provide support for SCG FFS and Customer Programs as well as Patient Access Solutions with Affordability and Access Programs regulatory requirements. This individual will be the primary individual responsible for supporting service agreement preparation and submissions. Other essential responsibilities will include tracking and analyzing purchase orders in SharePoint. The Analyst will also have responsibility for maintaining the record retention requirements for the department, and will provide periodic departmental updates, as well as updates to the brand and sales partners. The candidate will be responsible to initiate and coordinate new suppliers in ARAVO supplier database and essential processes in Totality, ARIBA and eMarketPlace.
This individual will also be the primary contact responsible for supporting HPAD. Partner with business owner and Finance to manage SCG Dimension expenditures (Including but not limited to Fee for Service, Sponsorships, Check Requests, etc.) to approved budgets
Ensure accurate and timely supplier payments for sponsorship and Fee for Service programs in a customer-centric environment.
Review and monitor status of open and pending Sponsorship/Membership, Display Fee and Fee for Service requests as required Totality submissions for HCP related payment for service arrangements.
Management of budget tracker and related documentation, PO adjustment and closure based on project needs.
Additional responsibilities will include partnering with Pharmacovigilance and vendors to monitor compliance of vendor AE/PQC training requirements; completion of Activity Repository for all Patient Access Solutions program updates to ensure that AE/PQC reporting and reconciliations by vendors follow GMS guidelines; completing the submissions for the External Service Provider (ESP) memos as required by Safety Services, to assess the conformance of ESPs with company standards on adverse events (AE) and/ or product quality complaint (PQC) reporting.
6 years of prior experience working in the Pharmaceutical industry experience with a concentration in Analytical and Project Management is preferred as well as a minimum of 5 years related experience in purchase order processing and vendor contract management.
Advanced Excel and Word skills are required, with analytical skills preferred. Attention to detail, strong influencing skills, good verbal, written communication skills, and the ability to partner with associates at all levels of the organization. The ability to work independently and manage multiple priorities and make decisions in an ambiguous environment is also a requirement.
Ability to navigate through multiple systems and multiple priorities
Expertise in project management with expertise in contracting and knowledge of agency financial and billing structures preferred.
Expertise in Patient Access Operating Procedures across the company and the ability to align compliance requirements for vendor assessments.
Experience working with ARIBA, ARAVO, eMarketPlace, or Totality/Compliance System is preferred.
Applicants must provide their phone number. Reference job number A740.