Clinical Supply Chain Manager - Contractor

Company Name:
Fisher Scientific
Clinical Supply Chain Manager - Contractor
Job ID: AZ20141512-81890
Expertise Project Management
Education Bachelors
Job Type Full-time
Location United States - Pennsylvania - Allentown
Job Level Experienced
Posting date: December 15, 2014
Job Description:
This position will work with FCS clients to understand the supply chain requirements to support clinical trials.
Minimum Requirements/Qualifications:
Bachelor's degree or equivalent required. Degree in operations management or science-related field (equivalent work experience may be considered
5-6 years of experience in the clinical supply area
Certificates: Certified Project Management Professional is preferred. APICS certification (CPIM) is also desirable
Minimum of three years clinical supply experience, either in Logistics and/or Packaging
Demonstrated experience with multiple global clinical trials
Key Responsibilities:
Demonstrates ability to promote the company vision
Utilizes understanding of Clinical Trial Supply Chain Management best practice principles to develop new or improve existing business processes and appropriately document and revise or develop associated training materials
Designs and implements plan to supply study drug to global clinical trials using sound supply chain techniques
Devises and implements inventory management plans that have complex supply chains
Leverages the inventory management capabilities of the Interactive Response Technology (IRT) to appropriately manage studies
Stays abreast of relevant cGMPs, GCPs, and other regulatory requirements and ensures study management activities are aligned
Attend relevant client-related meetings and appropriately represent status of the Clinical Supply Chain
Conduct activities in a safe and efficient manner
Other duties may be assigned to meet the needs of the business

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