This role will participate in the day-to-day management of Moody's fee documentation (which governs the MIS's pricing policy on who/how/when we charge) and play a key role in the fee schedule change process to ensure the day-to-day process is completed on time and in an accurate manner. Day-to-day interaction with various internal teams including Business Development, Account Management, Invoicing, Legal and IT will be required as part of the role. This role may also representing the department as Subject Matter Expert (SME) at relevant internal meetings on several corporate wide IT initiatives, and will support the review and development of system build and development strategies.
The Role / Responsibilities:
Participate in the fee schedule change process which requires reviewing and analyzing customer fee schedule agreements. Ensure all necessary work and system changes are in place and communicated to support teams for invoice generation
Assist in the documentation process to ensure consistency with the fee schedules
Assist in identifying issues with current billing systems and participate in writing requirements; correspond with technology support teams
Follow-up on unresolved issues by reviewing and answering emails and proposing and leading meetings with senior stakeholder to find compromises on outstanding issues
Create and maintain procedure and process flow documentation
Represent department at relevant internal meetings and assist with departmental analysis and reporting
MIS Pricing Team is responsible for the formation, implementation, and reporting of MIS pricing strategies.
Undergraduate degree in Finance discipline. 1-3 years of relevant job experience. Proficient in Microsoft Access, Excel and Powerpoint.
Candidate should have strong analytical, problem solving, and communication (both verbal and written) skills. Attention to details, and ability to maintain multiple on-going tasks.
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