Specialist, Government Pricing

Specialist, Government Pricing

02 May 2024
Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, 19113 Philadelphia USA

Specialist, Government Pricing

JOB TITLE: Specialist, Government Pricing, Philadelphia, PACompany DescriptionIntegriChain is the data and application backbone for market access departments of Life Sciences manufacturers. We deliver the data, the applications, and the business process infrastructure for patient access and therapy commercialization. More than 250 manufacturers rely on our ICyte Platform to orchestrate their commercial and government payer contracting, patient services, and distribution channels. ICyte is the first and only platform that unites the financial, operational, and commercial data sets required to support therapy access in the era of specialty and precision medicine. With ICyte, Life Sciences innovators can digitalize their market access operations, freeing up resources to focus on more data-driven decision support.With ICyte, Life Sciences innovators are digitalizing labor-intensive processes freeing up their best talent to identify and resolve coverage and availability hurdles and to manage pricing and forecasting complexity.We are headquartered in Philadelphia, PA (USA), with offices in: Ambler, PA (USA); Pune, India; andMedellín, Colombia. For more information, visitwww.integrichain.com, or follow us on Twitter @IntegriChainandLinkedIn.JOB DESCRIPTION:What this role entails:

Oversees the development of more complex customer deliverables, which may include, data management, report generation, excel support analysis, customer interaction, customer and internal support, internal and customer project development and documentation, unbundling and/or stacking scenarios.

Perform tasks related to the delivery of products and services without day-to-day supervision; assists other team members with complex problems and provides training as needed.

Demonstrate appropriate operating autonomy when given individual assignments; knows appropriate times to seek assistance and review of work products.

Supports new customer onboarding activities; serves as an onboarding lead.

Ability to manage internal initiatives and projects.

Performs select delivery activities as a subject matter expert (SME).

Helps to drive product improvement and aids in product testing.

Understand, follow and report time against the work plan.

Actively seek out personal learning opportunities.

Seek advice and feedback from more experienced colleagues. Perform other tasks as assigned by manager

JOB REQUIREMENTS:QualificationsWhat you'll bring to the table:

A Bachelor's degree in Business Administration or Health Care or related plus 48 months of experience.

Proven mastery of the duties required at the Sr. Analyst level or equivalent

Proficiency with managing, processing and reporting data; serves as a data SME

Ability to perform under tight deadlines and balance multiple customer assignments

Excellent written and verbal communication skills

Sound analytics skills to perform work with attention to detail and accuracy

Computer literacy including competence with Microsoft office applications (particular depth in Excel)

Ability to work from IntegriChain office, for applicable roles

Full-time, Monday Friday, 8:00am 5:00pmHow to Apply:To apply for this opportunity, please visit IntegriChain's external career site at the following URL:https://careers.smartrecruiters.com/IntegriChain1.RATE OF PAY: $89,300 per yearAdditional InformationWhat does IntegriChain have to offer?

Mission driven: Work with the purpose of helping to improve patients' lives!

Excellent and affordable medical benefits + non-medical perks including Flexible Paid Time Off,401(k) Plan with a Company Match to prepare for your future, Parental Leave, Student Loan Reimbursement and much more!

Robust Learning & Development o portunities including over 700+ development courses free to all employees.

IntegriChain is committed to equal treatment and opportunity in all aspects of recruitment, selection, and employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, ethnicity, age, sex, marital status, physical or mental disability, gender identity, sexual orientation, veteran or military status, or any other category protected under the law. IntegriChain is an equal opportunity employer; committed to creating a community of inclusion, and an environment free from discrimination, harassment, and retaliation.Our policy on visa sponsorship for US based positions:Applicants for employment in the US must have valid work authorization that does not now and/or will not in the future require sponsorship of a visa for employment authorization in the US by IntegriChain.

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