The AtR Project Management Senior Analyst specializes in developing the best practices to optimize project operations. Their responsibilities include performing research and analysis to support the planning and execution of projects, managing resources, establishing objectives and timelines, conducting support studies, and developing strategies to improve the workflow.
Furthermore, as a senior project analyst, it is essential to lead the analytical efforts and serve as a mentor to junior analysts, all while adhering to the company's policies and regulations, ensuring all activities are completed and accurate.
Position Responsibilities :
Primary responsibilities for this position include, but are not limited to, the following :
Manage, Lead, coordinate and follow up the AtR Projects Portfolio working with various business units and division management regarding testing process, system problems and user procedures
Inventory and file all project documentation; organize and administer project SharePoint collaborative site.
Develop and present detailed reports to executives on individual employee performance, account performance, process efficiency, and departmental metrics.
Re-Engineer and troubleshooting processes; deliver quality as-is and to-be process diagrams / models and procedure manuals.
Review and harmonize with the GPO the Regional AtR Project Portfolio
Understand the functionality, interfaces, and interdependencies of MSD’s financial processes and systems; ensure the existence of adequate internal controls
Coordinate and support new transitions
Work closely with other team members to effectively manage workload and gain exposure to multiple finance and business disciplines within MSD
Design, maintain and analyze all AtR operational KPIs and SLA’s
Support the Internal Controls team during audits
Identify and provide training (scope, approach and delivery) for the Ops Support Area and for all other AtR Subprocesses.
Education & Experience :
Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration, Accounting or Finance
Project Management Experience Desired Internally / Mandatory Externally
2-3 years of experience in a finance or accounting department of a multinational company including demonstrated experience in dealing with US GAAPs(Pharmaceutical industry a plus)
Business-level English and Spanish language skills (speaking and writing) required
Strong communication skills; both verbal and written
Ability to drive collaboration across business and technical teams
Effective communication at all levels
Problem solving attitude
Flexible and resilient, adaptable to high-change environment
Team player with a focus on collaboration
Problem solving and analytical skills with a proactive management style to implement new processes
Current Employees apply
Current Contingent Workers apply
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Employee Status : Regular
Relocation : No relocation
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