Contract Administrator Diagnostic Hybrids
THIS JOB HAS EXPIRED Category: Sales Operations
We have an exciting opportunity for a contract administration professional to join our Sales Administration team. This position is a great opportunity to join a growing medical diagnostic manufacturer. The Contract Administrator is responsible for a wide range of administrative duties, including accountability to:
Process contracts on all product lines with focus on hospital segment contracts in all product lines.
Provide accurate end user and transfer cost pricing to medical/surgical distribution partners to establish new accounts.
Track and input all processed contracts into appropriate tracking reports and attach to corresponding CRM account for reference.
Review contracts for accuracy to ensure that terms, pricing and equipment are within guidelines and approved.
Update pending contracts with approved terms, pricing and other details.
Manage and recommend improvements to the functionality of the contracting and pricing process.
Assist in managing the measurement system to monitor the number of active, expiring, and cancelled contracts.
Assist in coordinating the transfer of processed contracts with accurate purchase orders to Customer Support to efficiently process and ship orders.
Provide new user contract and pricing support to the Commercial organization.
Follow up with Field teams/reps as needed on incomplete contracts and purchase orders
Assist with processing monthly rebates to meet contractual obligations.
Assist and support with the processing and renewal of Special Pricing Agreements (SPA?s
This is not a legal position but is responsible for administering contracts that have been written and/or approved by Legal. In addition, the Contract Administrator must develop and deploy several processes and tools to support better contract information for Finance and the Field Sales organization.
Education and Experience:
BA or BS, preferably in Business Administration, Information Systems or equivalent experience required.
Minimum 5 years business experience, preferably in the IVD industry.
Strong contract administration knowledge, including process improvements, techniques and concepts
Analytical capabilities strongly preferred to assist with contract analysis.
Attention to detail and highly accurate required.
Extensive computer skills (Excel, PowerPoint and Word 2007).
Knowledge of Crystal Reports 11.0, InfoView, and SQL Server 2005
Understand table structure and basic queries
Prior experience with CRM Systems (Microsoft CRM Dynamics 4.0 a plus)
Ability to interact and communicate professionally and effectively with all levels of the organization.
Work well in a team environment.
Knowledge of the medical/surgical sales environment strongly preferred.
Personal ethics and integrity with ability to handle confidential information.
Quidel is proud to be an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer (M/F/D/V).
Location San Diego , CA
Minimum Experience (yrs):
Required Education: Not Specified
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