Associate Director, Government Pricing and Compliance


icon-location-marker Princeton - NJ - US
Posted 212 days ago Full_time R1516388


Candidate will be responsible for management and oversight of the various activities supporting the Government Pricing submissions. Monitor policies, procedures and processes supporting Government Pricing submissions and related areas to ensure ongoing compliance with external and internal requirements and guidance including regulatory, SOX and audit.   Evaluate new and modified payer contracting proposals, perform risk assessments, create operational processes and SOPs, and provide training as appropriate.  Participate on cross-functional teams as a subject matter expert representing the Government Pricing team as required to evaluate and implement business strategies and initiatives.  Serve as a liaison with other functional areas (e.g. various groups including Order to Cash, Pricing and Customer Operations, Finance, Legal and IT) regarding a variety of issues impacting government pricing.  Assist with implementation of system & process improvements as appropriate with internal and external business partners.


Bachelor’s Degree in Business, Accounting, or Finance, with a minimum of 12 years of relevant government pricing, business and/or finance experience.  The candidate must have the ability to successfully manage competing priorities, meet challenging deadlines, and work independently and across organizations.    The successful candidate must have a demonstrated track record of strong attention to detail; accountability and ownership of results; flexibility and adaptability in a rapidly changing environment; prior supervisory experience and ability to develop others; and the ability to escalate issues as appropriate.  Strong analytical, communication, and demonstrated track record of business partnering skills are essential. Proficiency in Excel is required and Model N experience is preferred. Experience in the following areas is strongly preferred:  Government Price reporting; Medicaid and other public sector programs; accounting and financial analysis; controls and compliance; and the pharmaceutical business environment.