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Edi Analyst

Aurobindo Pharma USA, Inc East Windsor Full-Time
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EDI Analyst

The EDI Analyst will be responsible for maintaining the daily Customer Order Processing flow which includes customer purchase orders, ASN’s,invoices, Credit Memos, Chargebacks and Rebates.

 

       Monitoring and fixing Daily EDI Errors

       Managing and Ensuring successful transmission Purchase Orders,Warehouse shipping Orders such as EDI 940,945,856, 865,810,812,844, 849 ect

       Respond to all raw data requests from customer service Team

       Monitor daily 810,850,997,844,845,849,852,820,180,856,855,867,812,846,940,944,945 etc

       Manage all EDI admin group emails both internal & external

       Reprocessing 850 (purchase orders) for Customer Service when an error occurs during the Oracle import

       Researching past due invoices for Accounts Receivable and providing EDI transmission and              acknowledgement information…and/or correcting and re-sending documents that were rejected by the            customer,

       Provide EDI document information for production chargebacks and chargeback response documents.  Reprocess and/or resend when necessary.

       Research and communicate missing ASN notifications from the trading partners and follow up with internal resources to get the issues resolved.

       Maintain the master trading partner list, status reports for their documents, and contact information.  Determine the priority of documents in development.

       Primary contact for customer EDI issues and development requests

       Primary contact for internal EDI issues

       Monitor automated processes and notify the business (and trading partners if necessary) when issues occur that will cause delays.

       Onboarding new partners

       New document setup and testing for existing partners

       EDI Mapping changes

       Automated process design (new processes) and maintenance (changes to existing processes)

       Gentran maintenance (upgrades, archive, document purges, mailbox message research, deletion, and purges).

  • Software programming – must be adept at using the various programming languages most commonly used to create systems that exchange electronic data
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  • System design expertise – must understand strong software design and architecture principles to  create systems that work logically and efficiently
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  • Troubleshooting –must be able to leverage their understanding of system architecture and programming languages to identify the source of problems and make repairs
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  • Analytical thinking – be able to analyze the strengths and weaknesses of a particular course of action at almost every stage of a system’s life cycle, whether it be the initial design process, testing, or troubleshooting
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  • Communication skills – must possess good communication skills to be able to translate the needs of a business or client into a technical solution 

Education Requirements

High school diploma and seven to 10 years of EDI experience

Bachelor’s degree in information technology, computer science, or another computer-related subject with 3 to 5 years experience.

Skills required

Integration
Systems Analyst
Systems Integration
Systems Analysis
Test Planning
Analysis
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Aurobindo Pharma USA, Inc. (Aurobindo) is a generic solid dosage, small
molecule manufacturer, and a wholly owned subsidiary of Aurobindo Pharma
Limited. Aurobindo received their first pharmaceutical approval from the United
States Food and Drug Administration in 2004. Although not among the original
U.S. generic manufacturers, Aurobindo caught up quickly. By 2014, they became
one of the top ten amongst all U.S. based generic pharmaceutical companies in
terms of total scripts dispensed. Today, they occupy 8th place.*


Heading in a positive direction and taking advantage of momentum because of a
multitude of ANDA approvals, Aurobindo invested resources in their people,
facilities, and portfolio. The investment is paying off. For example,
Aurobindo’s portfolio is now recognized as one of the most extensive in the
generic industry. As of March 2016, Aurobindo boasts a portfolio of 155 product
families with approximately 400 individual product packages.


Another characteristic of the product line is the multitude of therapeutic
categories. Formulating products for many of these categories, including
cardiovascular, anti-virals, cephalosporins, and pain management, to name the
most prominent, requires both human expertise and scientific platforms.


Aurobindo operates three US facilities comprising over 300,000 sq. ft. of
laboratory, manufacturing, packaging, warehousing, distribution, and
administrative offices with more than 425 talented associates. Today’s highly
effective and efficient processes combined with its commercial expertise has
helped Aurobindo grow exponentially within the U.S. generic market.


Despite this uncommon degree of company success, senior leadership is not
content to rest on their laurels. They continue to: challenge the status quo,
ask ‘What if’ questions, and promote a mindset that appreciates different points
of view. This reflects Aurobindo’s quest to be a stronger, more knowledge driven
company today than yesterday. It not only promotes innovation, but also fosters
an environment that is both engaging and energizing.


The commercial operation is made up of dedicated professionals in the areas
of sales, contract management, supply chain, warehousing, distribution, and
finance. This team of professionals has the look of success, yet a work ethic
reflecting a tireless commitment to getting it right. With the recent purchase
of 90 acres of land, Aurobindo plans to add 565,000 square feet to its already
impressive U.S. operation.


Aurobindo prides itself on strong scientific principles, unmatched regulatory
expertise, and a strong set of core values enabling the company to achieve
extraordinary results. From discovery to formulation to manufacturing to
commercialization, there is an atmosphere promoting collaboration, individual
and team triumphs, and a focus on ‘getting it right.’




* Source: IMS National Prescription Audit

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