5 days ago

Data Manager / LOCAL Xpend Third Party Coordinator

Kelly Services (Commercial N)

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Data Manager / LOCAL Xpend Third Party Coordinator

Our client is an international pharmaceutical company based in Basel. We have been commissioned for a temporary position starting immediately as
LOCAL Xpend Third Party Coordinator (100%)

This role has the following purpose:
Ensure compliance of the Transparency process with the mandatory requirements through the effective implementation of the Transparency program at the local level.

Major accountabilities:


  • Adapt global training materials for local use and manager communication internally and externally
  • Ensure training on transparency requirements and processes for third parties
  • Liaise closely with key local business stakeholders internally and externally so they understand the change required and take the appropriate steps to inform impacted persons
  • Ensure HCP/HCO are identified and classified correctly in the vendor master data
  • Monitoring - ensure vendors and NCCs are used as required by review of reports. Identify errors and feedback any changes to process as needed
  • Liaise with Legal on details of HCP that may provide services for other CPOs - Cross border
  • Understand scope of local EFPIA and US Sunshine codes and local processes e.g. grants and requisition to payment processes
  • Understand Transfer of Value data collection and associated data sources.
  • Ensure data issues raised by data steward/assistant and events teams/ brand teams are resolved.
  • Champion the Global Xpend program to secure buy-in at a local level

Your Profile:

  • University degree
  • Fluent in German and English
  • SAP expertise in SRM, MM-PUR (beginner level)
  • Proficient in Excel
  • Understanding and creating process flows
  • good communication skills
  • strong analytical skills

Are you interested?
We look forward to receiving your application in English by simply selecting "apply online"!