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Fair Market Value Specialist

  • Location:

    Diegem, Belgium

  • Contact:

    Aurore Munaut

  • Job type:

    Contract

  • Contact phone:

    +32 10 68 53 31

  • Industry:

    Life Sciences

  • Contact email:

    aurore_munaut@oxfordcorp.com

Our client is looking for a Fair Market Value Specialist. Do you have this experience, and are you looking forward to continuing your career at a global health care company ? Then this entirely remote position may be for you !

Job Description

The FMV and Budget Analyst supports the Global Clinical Trial Operations Center of Excellence, conducting activities consistent with the mission of Global Clinical Operations to inform, connect and advance the company's Global Clinical Organization. Through coordination with Divisional Clinical Trial / Study Managers, the FMV and Budget Analyst conducts clinical trial site start-up activities related to the preparation of fair market value analyses and the creation of clinical study budgets in collaboration with Legal dept. The analyst completes these activities ensuring they are carried out consistent with service level agreements, legal and regulatory standards, and applicable company policies and procedures.

Responsibilities

  • Work independently and proactively using the study protocol to conduct Fair Market Value Analyses and the creation of clinical study budgets using available databases and software packages.
  • Prepare and distribute clinical study budget and supporting negotiation documents by gathering and analysing information.
  • Collaborate to develop and utilize sound financial processes.
  • Track site level budgetary requests to provide insight into future budget negotiations.
  • Manage large portfolio of budget related activities across several studies and division portfolios
  • Coordinate with clinical study teams to continually prioritize budget reviews as new information and/or considerations are introduced to keep pace with the overall service level targets.
  • Develop and foster relationships to become a subject matter expert in the budget creation process.
  • Maintain and stay current with divisional clinical study team priorities as applicable to active contracting and budget finalization timelines.
  • Ability to critically review budget negotiations with clinical research sites to authorize escalations outside of fair market value.
  • Develop, prepare, complete and track required budget documentation.
  • Update and maintain budget information in Clinical Trial Management Systems as required.
  • Escalate risks and/or initiate outreach to SSU COE leadership, divisional clinical study leads and/or other stakeholders when appropriate.
  • Ensure compliance with appropriate regulatory (ICH/GCP, FDA, IRB/EC, etc.) and internal SOPs/WI, policies & procedures.

Requirements

Minimum Qualifications

  • 4-year degree in Finance or Business or an equivalent combination of experience and education
  • 2+ years' experience in supporting clinical research
  • Experience working with clinical research centers
  • Experience working with clinical trial management systems (e.g. Siebel CTMS) and clinical document control systems / eTrial Master Files
  • Experience following standard operating procedures (SOP) and work instructions (WIs) in a quality environment
  • Ability to multi-task: support several studies and/or personnel simultaneously, work in a very fast-paced environment

Preferred Qualifications

  • Familiarity with diagnosis codes and medical coding practices
  • Ability to work with multiple stakeholders at varying levels of the organization
  • Expertise in using Grants Manager to develop study budgets
  • Experience in supporting sites in multiple geographies
  • Existing right to work in Europe required

Benefits

  • A balanced salary package based on your capabilities and experience

Vacancy number: 20053