Chargebacks Analyst

Under general supervision of the designated Supervisor or Manager of Contracts & Chargebacks the Chargebacks Analyst is responsible for the timely and accurate reconciliation of Supplier chargeback submissions.
Performs in-depth analysis of variance lines returned by Supplier; identifies source of issue and decides the appropriate action needed to resolve issue; complex issues could require the coordination of several internal AmerisourceBergen departments and/or representatives from the Supplier.
Reconciles chargebacks in accordance with approved guidelines.
Maintains frequent contact with Supplier in order to address all payment issues.
Manages the Chargeback Accounts Receivable portfolio for assigned Suppliers; responsible for the timely collection of monies due from Supplier and the aging goals as planned by senior management; must minimize the write-off dollars.
Must be willing to work overtime hours as needed in order to meet departmental objectives.
Performs related duties as assigned.
Requires broad training in fields such as business administration or accounting that generally can be obtained through the completion of a two-year degree or equivalent combination of experience and education. Normally requires a minimum of three (3) years related and progressively responsible experience in a fast-paced volume-driven and transactional environment; previous research experience preferred.
Strong understanding of Contracts & Chargebacks preferred
Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing
Ability to work well in a team environment
Strong organizational skills; attention to detail
Ability to perform tasks with a high degree of accuracy; thorough
Strong interpersonal skills
Strong analytical skills; ability to analyze data/situations
Ability to make effective decisions in order to achieve goals
Ability to work through difficult tasks
Resourceful in pursuing or recommending new ideas and/or procedures
Ability to implement processes resulting in satisfactory audit practices
Proficiency with Microsoft Excel

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