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Deloitte Senior Consultant, PaCS - Life Sciences Advisory in Richmond, Virginia

Risk and Financial Advisory Overview:

Our Risk and Financial Advisory group is comprised of more than 10,000 partners, managers and staff. We help solve our clients' most complex financial instrument and physical market challenges by delivering risk advisory, technical accounting, quantitative, technology and operational advisory services. Specifically, our consulting projects include risk assessment and solution implementation for business strategies and policies, business processes, organization structure, risk modeling, management reporting and treasury, trading and risk systems. We help clients obtain, analyze and report information from multiple sources and across risk classes to facilitate tactical and strategic decision making.

Regulatory & Operational Risk

Businesses today face complex regulations and often volatile operating environments. Turn the tide to protect and create value, and evolve regulations into opportunity. Learn to lead, navigate, and disrupt to accelerate performance through effective management of regulatory and operational risks.

Life Sciences & Health Care

Our professionals guide traditional health care and life science companies and new market entrants in navigating the complexities of the US and global health care system. As market, political, and legislative changes alter the industry, we help our clients develop innovative and practical solutions.

Work You'll Do

We are currently hiring for Senior Consultants to join our growing Pricing and Contracting group. Senior Consultants will synthesize overall strategy by analyzing a wide variety of solutions, selecting the most relevant tools/techniques to meet specific client requirements such as business case, pricing, or complex financial analysis, and interpreting and reporting on outputs.

Responsibilities:

  • Work closely with the Government Pricing, Market Access, or State Price Transparency Project Manager to prepare slide decks, status reports, assessment reports and other client deliverables;

  • Develop and assess the policies, procedures and systems which support the submission of pricing information to federal and state agencies;

  • Assist in the tailoring of approaches, methods, or tools to support Government Pricing, Market Access, or State Price Transparency projects;

  • Actively participate in methodology review/development discussions with clients;

  • Stay up to date on legislation as it relates to Government Pricing and State Price Transparency in order to provide consultation to clients;

  • Work with external legal counsel for pharmaceutical manufacturers on Government Pricing and State Price Transparency projects;

  • Assess current data structures and data sets of clients in order to develop Government Pricing methodology and to perform parallel calculations validating these methodologies;

  • Assess applicability of State Price Transparency clients in order to develop operational tools to assist with on-going operations;

  • Work with client and deployment and operations teams to set up ongoing requirements in State Price Transparency solution;

  • Assist with development and evaluation contracts for Commercial and Government payers;

  • Evaluate contract proposals and analyses and perform impact on Government Pricing and gross to net revenue.

    Qualifications

  • A minimum of 3 years of experience is required

  • Bachelor's degree required

  • Knowledge of Government Pricing regulatory requirements and industry leading practices related to Medicaid Drug Rebate Program, Medicare Part B Program, 340B Program, and Veterans Administration Federal Supply Schedule Program pricing and reporting compliance.

  • Knowledge of State Price Transparency regulatory requirements and leading practices.

  • Demonstrated understanding of and experience with government pricing related business processes and operations including contracting, sales, chargebacks, and rebates.

  • Knowledge of regulatory and legal compliance requirements and guidance and keeps up with emerging trends in pharmaceutical sector.

  • Ability to work independently; lead small teams focused on specific work streams of larger projects.

  • Strong oral and written communication skills, including presentation skills (MS Visio, MS PowerPoint).

  • Experience with Microsoft Office products required and knowledge of advanced Excel techniques such as pivot tables and data importing is desired.

  • Experience with sales process including development of proposals and budgeting.

  • Financial and Accounting background is preferred.

  • Strong problem solving and troubleshooting skills with the ability to exercise mature judgment.

  • Eagerness to mentor junior staff

  • Willingness to travel as needed

    • Must be legally authorized to work in the United States without the need for employer sponsorship, now or at any time in the future.

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.

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