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Procure to Pay Analyst
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Shared Services
Accounts Payable
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Position summary

Procure to Pay Analyst (Job Opening 441593) - SCOPE OF POSITION
The Supply Chain Department is responsible for the sourcing, buying, receiving, and distribution, and payables for all OSU Health System Departments needing to procure supplies and/or services for their business operation. The Health Systems utilizes PeopleSoft to manage the procurement of supplies and services in compliance with the guidelines set by the State of Ohio Revised Code, the State of Ohio Administrative Code, and the purchasing authority as delegated by the University?s Board of Trustees. PeopleSoft is also used for voucher entry and payment functions within the Health System. This position is essential to manage the financial processes and systems are maintained as related to Accounts Payable and are continuously enhanced to support Health System operations.

The Procure to Pay Analyst has strong analytical and quantitative skills including data gathering, organization, assessment, reporting and presentation; Knowledge of process improvement/re-engineering, facilitation/implementation techniques, and data interpretation. Analyzes and prepares various required and assigned financial reports.  Conducts research for and internal review of accounts payable-related issues. Primary liaison between Purchasing and Accounts Payable regarding invoice non-compliance and vendor issues. Works directly with the AP Manager on the Department?s Procure to Pay streamlining initiative.

Education and experience

Bachelors degree in Business Administration, Supply Chain Management, Finance, Healthcare Administration or related field or equivalent combination of experience and education; strong verbal skills; effective listening skills; effective facilitation skills; project management, organizational and problem solving skills; ability to think strategically; knowledge of process improvement/re-engineering methodologies; excellent knowledge of operations management and supply chain processes in a large organization; and knowledge of effective technology driven procure to pay processes; three to five years of accounts payable experience preferred.