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Government Rebate Analyst I
Ref No.: 18-02766
Location: South San Francisco, California
This is an opportunity to work with one of the largest Biopharmaceutical companies in the world developing innovative medicine to improve the quality of patients' lives.

This person needs to possess a higher skill level then the admin in order to assist the team with analyzing data across various systems, calculating payments and following up with states re: dispute resolution. This person needs to have the ability to work under complex processes and SOPs - familiarity with GNE a plus and familiarity with government programs heavily desired.

Job Duties:
  • Medicaid Rebate Analyst, Medicaid Rebates Government Price Reporting
  • Working under the supervision of an Associate Medicaid Manager, the Medicaid Rebate Analyst contractor will be responsible for handling activities related to analyzing and processing Medicaid rebate invoices submitted by the states for payment in compliance with strict accuracy targets, timelines, laws and regulations as well as all applicable Genentech policies and standard operating procedures.
  • Activities involve reviewing and analyzing invoices, evaluating prior period adjustments, validating and processing rebate payments and resolving disputes – including but not limited to:
    • Understanding and using variance reporting tools to analyze claims level data to confirm accuracy of payments Investigating and challenging discrepancies
    • Communicating with state agencies including payment negotiations
    • Creating rebate trend and other reports
    • Preparing final rebate packets for manager review
    • Routing packets for e-approvals, inputting data into SAP and tracking rebates through processing by the states
    • Entering invoices information into various systems Collaborate with others within MCCO and
    • Finance as related to specific cross-functional job responsibilities
    • Consistently follow company policies and procedures to ensure compliance with all guidelines, regulations, and policies
Experience and Education:
  • Bachelor's degree in Business, Finance, or Public Policy.
  • Minimum of three years professional industry experience, including one year administering government contracts, preferably for a pharmaceutical or biotechnology company
  • Knowledge of the different State and Government agencies that purchase products, understanding of their practices, policies, and guidelines relative to pharmaceutical products preferred
  • Knowledge of current policies and guidelines including, Medicare and Medicaid, that affect contracts, pricing, and rebates preferred.
  • High level of PC computing skills required: MS Word, Excel, and Access. Strong written and verbal communication skills; demonstrated ability to prepare and deliver clear messages
  • Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to develop strong working relationships and work collaboratively
  • Strong analytical and problem solving skills