Reporting and Analytics Lead
As a member of our Procurement and Facilities team, you'll play a key role in supporting P2P and Facilities by providing data and analytical reporting to support KPIs and compliance metrics. Perform advanced data analysis, complex models, and analyze cross-functional data types from a variety of systems. Utilizes knowledge around procurement processes, functions, and solutions to identify data reporting requirements and create solutions to meet P2P and Facilities objectives.
This is a hybrid role with an expectation that the associate can be in the office regularly.
Performs complex analyses by integrating different data sources to provide key data/compliance metrics for P2P such as: supplier diversity, due diligence reporting, spend health and compliance, contract spend analytics, supplier performance, T&E compliance
Conducts advanced data architecture, develops KPIs/metrics, and designs data reporting and analytics processes.
Prepares dashboard and scorecards, pulling data from multiple systems and synthesizing data into summary form.
Creates complex, advanced models and methodologies to identify critical insights and create meaningful measurements to drive business results and assess performance and compliance.
Prepare comprehensive, compelling data stories, to highlight P2P health assessment, objectives opportunities.
Collaborates to identify, define, and solve a variety of problems and support P2P initiatives.
Presents and communicates information to all levels of the organization.
Performs complex analyses by integrating different data sources to drive strategic actions around procurement.
Creates and optimizes procurement outputs and deliverables (i.e. procurement reports, dashboards, etc.) to drive measurable business results.
Develop and document data management standards and timelines.
Service as subject matter expert in Procurement Analytics.
Ensures data quality and reliability for all streams of procurement data.
Support teams by assisting with various cross-departmental initiatives and projects.
Other duties as assigned.
Bachelor's degree or equivalent relevant work experience
5-7 years of closely related experience in reporting and analytics for medium to large company
Understanding of the source-to-pay process
ERP experience preferred in automated procurement systems (e.g., Workday, Oracle, SAP)
Advanced experience in Microsoft Office Suite. (Excel, PowerPoint, Word)
Advanced usage of charting software to summarize data trends and messages
Strong written, verbal, negotiation, and planning skills.
Have a “hands on”, action-oriented approach, working in a fast-paced environment to solve problems effectively and creatively while maintaining a high level of flexibility and professionalism.
Strong analytical skills, with experience developing reporting on function status and areas for improvement.
Ability to be creative and develop out-of-the box solutions and to work with abstract concepts to develop strategies and opportunities.
Ability to analyze, evaluate and present complex results to varied audiences.
Ability to work independently and as a member of a team.
Ability to manage multiple projects and priorities simultaneously.
Excellent organizational skills
As a leading payments company in healthcare, we guide, price, explain, and pay for care on behalf of insurers and their members. We’re Zelis in our pursuit to align the interests of payers, providers, and consumers to deliver a better financial experience and more affordable, transparent care for all. We partner with more than 700 payers, including the top-5 national health plans, BCBS insurers, regional health plans, TPAs and self-insured employers, over 4 million providers, and 100 million members, enabling the healthcare industry to pay for care, with care. Zelis brings adaptive technology, a deeply ingrained service culture, and a comprehensive navigation through adjudication and payment platform to manage the complete payment process.
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At Zelis, we champion diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging in all aspects of our operations. We embrace the power of diversity and create an environment where people can bring their authentic and best selves to work. We know that a sense of belonging is key not only to your success at Zelis, but also to your ability to bring your best each day.
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