Contract And Pricing Specialist

Smith & Nephew Los Angeles , CA 90012

Posted 3 weeks ago

Description:Role Overview:
Please include specific internal and external relationships, product focus (if any), regulatory requirements, etc.The Contract and Pricing Specialist supports the OA Supervisor with preparation and administration of contracts, contract modifications, and other agreements. This includes providing analysis, background information, organizing, maintaining, and managing relevant reporting data. This includes but not limited to implementing contracts, notification of extensions and renewals, and processing of pricing exceptions, credits, and deductions. Under direction of the OA Supervisor, it collaborates with sales management, corporate accounts, pricing department and customers. Strong and effective communication and coordination will be key to ensuring efficient implementation of a high volume of work.

(Please specify % amount against each responsibility)* 25% - Preparation and administration of contracts, contract modifications, and other agreements. This includes contract expiration on a monthly basis and PFED performed quarterly.* 25% - Builds financial models for impact analysis and conducts trend analysis for targets in region and segments. Performs data gathering, reporting and analysis to support overall company pricing strategies.* 20% - Prepares quotes, processes bulk buy orders and assist with various pricing programs* 20% - Regional review of price adjustments and action accordingly, understanding how each pricing scenario will impact the business.* 5% - Responsible for specialize reporting tasks that will be distributed across the country as well as other administrative tasks as directed by OA Supervisor.* 5% - Understand and learn the overall Office Administrator network/processes to provide backup support as needed; including, but not limited to Mobile Gateway, corporate portals,
SAP.Location: US -
FieldEducation: Bachelor's Degree or 5+ years of industry knowledge/experienceLicenses/ Certifications: n/aExperience: Demonstrate the ability to successfully work independently.Proficient with Microsoft Office.Detail oriented with superior reading comprehension skills and a dedication to accuracy and thoroughness.Strong analytical and critical thinking skills.Good verbal communication skills, both verbal andCompetences: Responds to complex questions, receives and/or shares information with peers, cross-functional groups, and senior management inside and outside of the department.Works on problems with moderate complexity and impact.Applies knowledge and experience to create procedures and receives minimal guidance for routine tasks.May exercise judgment with limited defined procedure or practice.Physical Demands: n/aTravel

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Contract And Pricing Specialist

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