Revenue Assurance Analyst Required - £30,000 to £38,000 per annum (dependent upon experience)
We are supporting Viapath in their search for a Revenue Assurance Analyst. Viapath is a partnership of clinical, scientific and operational expertise whose goal is to advance pathology services within the UK. The organisation has been through a significant amount of structural change over the last twelve months. With the new structure in place, it is an exciting time to be joining Viapath and will hopefully open up more opportunities in the future.
The Revenue Assurance Analyst will be supporting the Head of Revenue Assurance in providing a specialist reporting function to monitor and report on activity and revenues for finance and the wider operations community. Some of your key responsibilities will include:
- Completing the monthly activity and revenue reports and developing these reports to improve the information provided by the team;
- Liaising with the relevant finance and operational managers to communicate trends in data and identifying variances to the growth strategy;
- Managing a number of sources of information and seeking to improve both the content and clarity to the data already produced;
- Supporting the Information Manager in the day to day management of the business information.
The successful applicant will be a Part-Qualified Accountant and will have a strong understanding in computer sciences, but is someone who is looking to further their financial analysis skills. You will come from the healthcare, wider public sector or commercial sectors. You will be technically-minded and be able to use databases such as SQL or Access and have advanced Excel skills. You will demonstrate a proactive style of working and be able to anticipate problems in advance and will get involved in solving them. You will be a highly-numerate individual with strong analytical skills. Finally, you will have excellent communication skills and will be able to influence others and be able to communicate complex issues to those who don’t understand.