The Pharmacy Services Department is seeking a financial professional to support the Pharmacy Services 340b/financial reporting process.
- Assist in preparation of monthly journal entries and financial reports to Pharmacy Team.
- 340b program related reconciliations, manual qualifications, and self audits.
- Create charges to other departments, and to patients on an as needed basis.
- Monitor balance sheet accounts, including accounts receivable for retail pharmacies and inventory levels in all pharmacy areas.
- Scheduled and ad hoc reports for drug level analysis of medication purchases.
- Participate in daily, weekly, monthly meetings as required.
Additional Skills & Abilities:
- Ability to communicate clearly, both verbal and written, to internal and external constituents.
- Knowledge, understanding, and experience in business, pharmacy, billing, finance or accounting.
- Must be self-motivated with an ability to work well with teams.
- Must have effective organizational skills and flexibility to meet deadlines.
- Strong attention to detail and ability to multitask.
- Experience with preparing and reporting data in order to identify issues, trends, or exceptions to drive improvement of results and find solutions.
- Analytical techniques and computer skills, including proficiency with MS Office.
- Bachelor’s degree in a related field.
- 1 year of experience in finance, accounting, audit, compliance, pharmacy, and/or billing preferably in a University or Health Care environment.
- Business, Accounting or Finance degree is preferred.
- Experience with spreadsheet applications and analyzing and reporting data in order to identify issues, trends, or exceptions to drive improvement of results and find solutions.
- Experience working within Pharmacy is desirable, but not required.
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