Title: Clinical Supplies Packaging Manager (CSPM)
Location: Great Valley, Pennsylvania
Duration: 6+ months contract
The Clinical Supplies Packaging Manager (CSPM) I position is required to ensure that quality packaged investigational supplies are available as agreed to support clinical operations. This role must interface with other groups in Clinical Supply Chain Operations (Packaging and Distribution Operations, Scheduling, etc…) to develop operational plans and deliver to meet the overall program objectives. This role must maintain a strong liaison with all departmental support groups, particularly with those involved in the design, budgeting, planning, production and release of clinical supplies.
CSPM must coordinate with Packaging Operations, the Project Leaders, Trial Supplies Operations Managers and Clinical Supply Chain Managers to ensure study package and labelling feasibility is conducted to meet the customer’s requirements and ensure product availability for worldwide distribution. The CSPM role coordinates and leads the process to produce and make available fit-for use investigational product within the global Clinic Supply Chain Operations.
The complexity of the clinical trials packaging process requires the individual in this position to be clinical supplies packaging operations project oriented. The position requires an incumbent who is hands-on, focused, detail oriented, customer driven, and capable of functioning in a high pressure, schedule driven environment.
This position will be required to deliver supply chain efficiency through continued business process improvement.
KNOWLEDGE AND SKILL REQUIREMENTS:
An expert in all aspects of clinical labelling and packaging, cGMPs and other regulatory requirements pertaining to clinical supplies. Demonstrated project management skills. Must possess experience managing multiple, complex clinical supplies projects simultaneously. Must possess strong problem solving skills using creative and innovative thought. Must be customer focused Must have attention to detail. Excellent organizational, leadership, written and oral communication skills. Demonstrated excellence in working with inventory systems (i.e. Rockwell automation, SAP), MS Word, Excel and flow diagramming software required.
Bachelor’s degree in Pharmacy, Health Science, Biology/Chemistry, Engineering or Business Administration. Minimum of 6 years in the pharmaceutical industry or equivalent experience. Minimum of 4 years’ experience in a clinical supply chain working closely with a production group in a team environment.
Altran is the undisputed world leader in engineering and R&D services. Altran offers its clients a unique value proposition to meet their transformation and innovation challenges. Altran supports its clients, from concept to industrialization, to develop the products and services of tomorrow and has been working for more than 35 years with major players in many sectors: Automotive, Aeronautics, Space, Defence & Naval, Rail, Infrastructure & Transport, Industry & Consumer Products, Life Sciences, Communications, Semiconductor & Electronics, Software & Internet, Finance & Public Sector. Today, Altran counts more than 50,000 employees and operates in over 30 countries.
Altran provides Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) to all persons regardless of age, color, national origin, citizenship status, physical or mental disability, race, religion, creed, gender, sex, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, genetic information, marital status, status with regard to public assistance, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local law.
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