Lilly Trial Capabilities Associate - Clinical Trial Payment in Petaling Jaya, Malaysia
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Purpose: The purpose of the Trial Capabilities Associate - Clinical Trial Payment role is to manage clinical trial investigator payments and any other financial transactions related to investigator sites readiness, maintenance and close out. Additional country specific responsibilities such as the management of budget and agreement in relation to clinical trial payment may be required as needed/appropriate for the local geography and/or to cover regional differences.
- Clinical Trial Payment Responsibilities - manage the purchase to pay process for clinical trial investigator payments:
Vendor creation and management
Purchase Order (PO) creation and maintenance
Processing study visit payments and invoiceable items, including site close-out payment reconciliation
Identify, communicate, and issues resolution such as outstanding/duplication/rejection of site invoices.
Understand and comply with procurement, legal and financial requirements, procedures, and work instructions
Anticipate and monitor dynamically changing priorities
Provide feedback and shared learning for continuous improvement
- Clinical Trial Budget and Agreement Responsibilities – these are specific responsibilities to be delegated, as required:
Create/manage site budget and negotiate with site personnel and internal teams
Review country parameters and process budget exception requests as per internal defined processes
Negotiate with site personnel and internal teams in relation to payment arrangement and requirements specified in the agreement to obtain fully executed clinical trial agreement
Identify, communicate, and issues resolution on budget and agreement in relation to payment set up
Minimum Qualification Requirements:
A diploma/degree or equivalent preferably in a scientific/health related field or finance
At least three (3) year of Clinical research experience or relevant experience in P2P (Purchase to Pay) function preferred
Other Information/Additional Preferences:
Applied knowledge of project management processes and skills
Appreciation of / experience in compliance-driven environment
Ability to learn and comply with regulatory requirements and internal policies.
Ability to handle complexity and utilize analytical skills, with attention to detail and accuracy
Ability to effectively prioritize and complete key tasks and deliverables
Effective communication, teamwork, and problem-solving skills
Self-management and organizational skills
Excellent computer skills
Language Capabilities – English (read, write, conversation) and local language, as applicable
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