Organon & Co. Finance US Market Risk Assurance Lead – Government Pricing, Gross to Net & Customer Contract Adjudication in Lansdale, Pennsylvania
This position is responsible for assessing risk and ensuring ongoing compliance of critical US Market Finance controls – including in Government Pricing (GP), Gross Trade to Net Trade (GtN) revenue accounting, outsourced Customer Contract Management (CCM) and facilitating and coordinating SOX compliance.
The role supports and works closely with the U.S. finance and commercial organizations, third party outsource providers for order to cash services including contract execution and internal legal & outside counsel to help monitor, guide and assess GP and GtN revenue related compliance risks.
Assist in supporting key Government Pricing processes and deliverables including:
monthly and quarterly GP reasonable assumptions,
annual review of all GP policies
annual update of required GP Knowledge training.
Work with the GP Finance Lead, the commercial organization, internal legal, and outside counsel to review GP updates and ongoing GP issues.
Work with GP Finance & Integrichain to implement, execute, review and approve price reporting
Work with Global Market Access and Franchise teams to ensure proper understanding to impacts of pricing proposals to assess impacts to Best Price and profitability
Work with outsourced customer contract adjudicating vendors to identify and investigate errors (e.g. incorrect customer payment) and implement preventative actions to avoid future errors.
Work with GP Finance to ensure appropriate GtN rebate payments
Provide input related to GP, GtN, Revenue Recognition for the quarterly FCQ process to ensure risks are identified and evaluated for financial impact.
Ensure management certification/sub-certifications are completed timely.
Support Business Technology and the commercial organization to develop the Business Continuity Plan and Privacy Assessment for GtN and Managed Care accounts relations. Provide Compliance review and approval of IT System Development Lifecyle documents.
Ensure an annual review is completed by the commercial organization for US Market SOPs –including GP.
Facilitate SOX audits by internal and external auditors. Ensure that any outstanding audit issues are remediated in a timely manner.
Ensure that all aspects of a U.S. Market Finance Compliance Plan are met without exception.
Skills and Experienced required for the role:
Primary skills include but are not limited to:
Possess a high degree of integrity and personal ethics
Strategic mindset and Focus on insights and risks trends to develop pro-active risk proof controls
Demonstrated commitment to education, continuous improvements and professional development (i.e. digital, automation, etc.)
Team player & not afraid to speak up with a focus on collaboration, communication and interpersonal skills
Works effectively in a dynamic environment, and with a high degree of professionalism
Excellent communication skills. Engages in discussions with colleagues in other areas of the company, impacted by controls, compliance, financial risk assurance and project processes (i.e. system implementation)
Ability to operate independently and navigate through change or uncertainty
Problem solving and analytical skills with a proactive management style
Process improvement orientation, innovation and change agent
Results oriented, sense of urgency, knows how to prioritize, ability to communicate and to create rapport with stakeholders.
Bring a high level of energy and desire to contribute to the creation of a high performing Financial Risk Assurance Stewardship organization
Knowledge of the U.S. pharmaceutical market and legislation impacting pricing and reimbursement of pharmaceutical and biological products
Strong understanding of internal control and end to end process standardization
Strong accounting and reporting skills
Prior experience in SOX control development and testing, a plus
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Requisition ID: R500257