How much does a Pricing Manager make in Toronto ?

134,700 $

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The base salary for a Pricing Manager in Toronto is 134,700 $

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Related tasks:

  • Performs financial modeling to support well-informed negotiations, anticipating issues resulting in the ability to reach sustainable and good faith contract terms.
  • Understands general market dynamics around value-based programs, follows trends and changes in regulations and business practice, follows local and national trends affecting home health, community-based care, and post-acute services, and communicates with senior leadership. Incorporates this knowledge into planning, analytics, and summaries.
  • Develops a strong understanding of VNSNY strategic business objectives under value-based programs and general understanding of capabilities within business unit operations. Develops trusting relationships with VNSNY leadership team.
  • Collects and analyzes data required for corporate wide monitoring of value-based programs. Coordinates report production as needed. Summarizes, creates, and distributes reports as needed.
  • Participates in interdepartmental work groups and ensures that cross-enterprise risks and opportunities are identified and escalated to key stakeholders. Assists in facilitating decisions and removing barriers. Provides qualitative and quantitative analyses to draw conclusions and drive decision making.
  • Demonstrates department’s commitment to excellent customer service through prompt response to all internal and external customers. Represents the department’s capabilities and mission effectively to internal and external customers.
  • Assists in the design of presentations regarding reimbursement strategy to management.
  • Participates in special projects and performs other duties as required.
Requirements / skills:
  • Possess a strong understanding of pricing strategies and concepts.
  • Excellent communication, negotiation, and stakeholder management skills.
  • Strong analytical skills, are comfortable dealing with numerical data, and have strong attention to detail.