Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center Revenue Management Specialist in New York, New York
Revenue Management Specialist
Job Posting Number: 24362
Professional – Finance
August 7, 2018
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The Clinical Research Finance unit within the Office of Research and Project Administration at Memorial Sloan Kettering (MSK) is responsible for the overall fiscal management of clinical research at MSK from protocol budget development through revenue management.
We are currently seeking a Revenue Management Specialist to work as an integral member of the research administration team and in compliance with all regulatory, institutional, and departmental requirements.
As a Revenue Management Specialist, you will:
Provide revenue management for all clinical research contracts with non-federal sponsors (industrial and non-industrial) for CRA including but not limited to the Department of Medicine, Radiation Oncology, Department of Surgery, Regional Networks and Multisite Compliance.
Prepare and remit invoices for protocol patient accruals, research non-billable charges, patient food/travel expenses, pharmacy, radiology, and administrative fees on a quarterly or monthly basis as per clinical trial agreement.
Manage outstanding payments and aging report via CTMS, SmartStream and Cognos. Escalate payments overdue more than 60 days to the Manager, Revenue Management.
Perform intermittent and end of study reconciliation of revenue based on protocol activity/visit completion, invoicing, cash received and/or other parameters.
Work with ORPA/Research Fund Management and other CRA units as needed to ensure provision of data and information including protocol activity/visit completion and invoicing information.
Maintain all invoicing and revenue management information in CTMS.
Ensure all clinical research financial activity is of the highest quality and completed in compliance with relevant sponsor, MSK and federal regulations.
Review and compare the contract, external and internal budget terms and protocol to ensure uniformity.
Perform the quality assurance review for all clinical trials in CTMS
Contribute to the financial build of all clinical trials in CTMS.
Build and manage budget amendments and versions in CTMS to ensure compliance with contract and protocol versions.
Bachelor’s Degree with 2 years of relevant experience or HS Diploma and 6 years relevant experience required.
Previous clinical research experience would be a plus.
Communication: The ability to prepare business reports and oral communication skills to present complex information in a clear concise manner.
Analytical Skills: The ability to perform basic math calculations as well as, a knowledge of statistics and budgeting.
Computer Skills: Proficiency in use of computers and software such as database management, spreadsheets, word processing and graphics applications. Knowledge of mainframe systems utilized at MSKCC is essential.#LI-SB1
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