Position Summary: The Sr Project Coordinator, Global Clinical Services, will be responsible for having ownership of the data that support interactions with Finance on a regular basis, including addressing daily queries from the business and Finance in which Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system to charge R&D goods and services; assessing the percentage of monthly accruals for R&D goods and services for outstanding purchase orders; addressing the cross charges to other Teva sites for R&D goods and services in local ERP systems by providing supportive documentation; obtaining necessary cost accounting codes from Global Finance representative(s) who are responsible for the local site.
The incumbent will be responsible for ensuring the financial documents are appropriately managed, and documented within the scope of services for contracts and consulting agreements, Reference Listed Drug Procurement and ancillary supplies. Working with global organization colleagues, the incumbent will help to facilitate ensuring meeting financial goals and objectives for designated regions. The incumbent will communicate directly with organizational R&D groups, Contract Research Organizations, suppliers, and other organizational departments and service providers/vendors. Also, will be responsible for ensuring that rules are followed which are consistent with local, state, and federal regulatory agency requirements.
Essential Duties & Responsibilities
HS Diploma or GED required
Bachelors degree preferred
5+ years related experience in the pharmaceutical industry
Experienced with planning and tracking practices, principles, tools and techniques
Accounting, Finance, or Procurement experience preferred
Specialized or Technical Knowledge Licenses, Certifications needed:
Proficiency with MS Office
Familiarity with financial/ERP systems
Ability to effectively manage multiple projects, duties and assignments
Strong organizational, problem solving and interpersonal skills
Excellent oral and written communication skills
Ability to identify problems, and seek support to help resolve problems of diverse scope with supervision and exercise judgment within the framework of corporate-defined practices/policies in recommending appropriate actions