Luxottica Director Contract Administration in Mason, Ohio
Requisition ID: 384368
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There’s more to EyeMed than meets the eye. EyeMed is the fastest growing managed vision benefits company in the country with consistent double-digit membership growth! Through our commitment to innovation, we’re reimagining the way employers and their employees think about vision care. We want them to see life to the fullest and experience more of what’s best, not more of the same. And if what’s best hasn’t been done yet, it’s our exceptional and passionate employees driving this change. But, our passion for vision isn’t just about vision insurance benefits. Our employees are proud to support and participate in life-altering global and local missions through our partnership with OneSight, a leading not-for-profit organization with a 100% focus on eradicating the world’s vision crisis.
Your family says a lot about who you are. EyeMed is a key member of the Luxottica family of companies, global leaders in the design, manufacture and distribution of fashion, luxury and sports eyewear. In North America, Luxottica is the home to global brands Ray-Ban, Oakley and many top fashion house brands. Our leading retail brands include LensCrafters, Sunglass Hut, Pearle Vision, Target Optical and Sears Optical.
If you’re passionate about driving innovation and change and interested in a career in the optical and insurance industry, EyeMed wants to start the conversation and help provide you a growth-focused opportunity with America’s fastest growing vision benefits company.
The Director, Contract Administration is responsible for supporting and maintaining the EyeMed Provider Agreement utilized in all 51 jurisdictions, including DC. The Director is responsible for the negotiation, modification, and administration of the EyeMed Provider Agreement. The Director manages all state specific and line of business modifications to the EyeMed Provider Agreement and manages projects to ensure the EyeMed Provider Agreement is compliant with Federal and State requirements.
MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Engage with internal stakeholders to understand, interpret, and manage the EyeMed Provider Agreement, including but not limited to required or negotiated modification to the Provider Agreement.
Support all aspects of agreement administration support
Monitor performance to determine necessity for amendments and compliance to contractual obligations
Communicate with all stakeholders to ensure contract compliance and impact across internal departments
Confirm that provider communications and documents are consistent with final agreement
Build and maintain effective working relationships with internal and external clients
Provide guidance, interpretation, advice and counsel to internal departments as it pertains to compliance with Provider Agreement
Collaborate with Legal, Finance, Operations, Compliance, Provider Relations and Provider Operations to ensure understanding and compliance with Provider Agreement
Identifies risks and areas of concern on agreement terms and conditions and provides advice and guidance where necessary
Responds to inquiries regarding agreement obligations and revisions;
Negotiates terms and conditions
Monitors agreement performance and cost controls and ensures compliance with agreement terms;
Maintain correspondence and documentation related to the EyeMed Provider Agreement, including individual negotiations with contracted providers;
Participates in management review of proposals/modification
Provides superior service to internal clients.
Assumes additional responsibilities and perform special projects as needed or directed.
Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent
10+ years of experience in contract management, administration, procurement, or related field
Solid understanding of contracting process and the ability to work effectively and independently in a dynamic environment
Exceptional attention to detail, and talent for accuracy and precision
Critical thinking skills and the ability to research and understand legal implications
Excellent communication skills, both written and oral and strong organizational skills.:
Advanced knowledge of Microsoft Office
Experience in the healthcare industry / provider relations
Experience handling insurance and/or regulatory matters and/or contract drafting and negotiation
Strong presentation skills
Strong multi-tasking and organizational skills
Self-motivated and works independently with minimal supervision
Motivate, train, and obtain needed results from others
Upon request and consistent with applicable laws, Luxottica will provide reasonable accommodations to individuals with disabilities who need assistance in the application and hiring process. To request a reasonable accommodation, please call the Luxottica Ethics Compliance Hotline at 1-888-887-3348 or e-mail HRCompliance@luxotticaretail.com (be sure to provide your name and contact information for either option so that we may follow up in a timely manner).
We are an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, gender, national origin, social origin, social condition, being perceived as a victim of domestic violence, sexual aggression or stalking, religion, age, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, citizenship, ancestry, veteran or military status, marital status, pregnancy (including unlawful discrimination on the basis of a legally protected pregnancy or maternity leave), genetic information or any other characteristics protected by law. Native Americans receive preference in accordance with Tribal Law.
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