Deloitte Advisory Senior Consultant in Dallas, Texas
Deloitte & Touche LLP seeks a Advisory Senior Consultant in Dallas, TX.
Work You'll Do
Interface with business, IT, and members of executive management to design and implement GP solutions; manage clients and engagement management's expectations; help to identify and evaluate complex business process and technology risks associated with Government Price Reporting; evaluate and implement internal controls that mitigate risks; participate in risk assessments and work with management to determine remediation plans and track progress; understand clients business environment and basic risk management approaches; demonstrate knowledge of market trends and competitor activities, products, and service lines; assist in preparing project plans and weekly status reports; recognize and communicate opportunities to sell "add-on" work to client; identify, measure, manage, monitor, review, and report on risks. Integrate and manage risk and compliance-related activities.
Bachelor's (or higher) degree in Accounting, Finance, Engineering, Management Information Systems, Computer Science, Biotechnology Management, or related field (willing to accept foreign education equivalent).
Eighteen months of risk and advisory experience in the Life Sciences industry.
Experience must include eighteen months of:
Performing Government Price (GP) reporting calculations utilizing Centers of Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), Average Manufacturers Price (AMP), and Code of Federal Regulations;
Implementing and testing drug pricing calculation software, including ExaLink;
Conducting state price transparency assessments utilizing Salesforce, Adobe, Microsoft PowerPoint, and ExaLink GP system;
Implementing Class of Trade (COT) to analyze clients' purchasing drugs from manufacturers and determining eligible government pricing implications at a customer level;
Providing OIG audit response assistance utilizing Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Access, and SAP;
Developing systems and processes for database integration involving sales, commercial contracts, and rebates data systems;
Conducting Government and Commercial contract review to identify sales contingencies and provide recommendation on business risk mitigation;
Implementing operational compliance frameworks/solutions in accordance with US laws and regulations for pharmaceutical manufacturers, including Medicare, Medicaid, VA, and Department of Defense; and
Mentoring and coaching junior team members.
Position requires 50% travel.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability or protected veteran status, or any other legally protected basis, in accordance with applicable law.