+ Based on demand at the clinical sites and available supplies that hit an expiry date, ensure supply in the central warehouses and all sites that participate in the clinical trial. Indicate ratio, volume and timing of packaging and shipment of packed supplies.

+ Balance the right amount of inventory with the scrap risk utilizing management guidance regarding inventory levels.

+ Resolve logistical conflicts impacting studies and R&D milestones ensuring that supplies are not on the critical path.

+ Promptly identify and escalate risks to study timelines or clinical supplies, from a supply chain perspective, to all key stakeholders and internal management.

+ Utilize systems to effectively manage key product such as the Forecasting system, SAP, Hospital inventory and dosing systems. Utilize dashboard controls and internal documents as a source for daily activities.

+ Articulate clearly the clinical supply chain management processes and strategies to key stakeholders.

+ Identify, review and/or update existing procedures as per Good Manufacturing Procedures.

+ Negotiate resolution of resource conflicts where necessary and actively participate in planning meetings to ensure that project needs, priorities, and timing are understood.

+ Host meetings to identify, address and resolve issues.

+ Maintain prerequisite data files, metrics, and forecasts in specific operating platforms to ensure satisfactory product inventory and timeline shipments.

+ Prepare and facilitate drug forecast conversations and adjust system settings in a timely manner to reflect the latest expectations on study demand until end of trial. This includes attending and leading stakeholder meetings.

+ Manage shelf life and expiry.

+ Manage the destruction of expired and unused DP inventory.

**Basic Qualifications:**

+ Master’s degree OR

+ Bachelor’s degree and 1 years of experience in Operations/Life Science industry/supply chain OR

+ Associates degree and 6 years of experience in Operations/Life Science industry/supply chain OR

+ High school diploma / GED and 8 years of experience in Operations/Life Science industry/supply chain

**Preferred Qualifications:**

+ Knowledge of end-to-end supply chain, drug development, and manufacturing processes

+ Experience in applying Process Improvement and Analysis tools, Root Cause Analysis, Standard Work and Daily Management Systems

+ Ability to communicate and collaborate across various parts of the organization

+ Function effectively on a team whose members together provide leadership, create a collaborative and inclusive environment, establish goals, plan tasks, and meet objectives

+ Ability to operate in a matrixed team and dynamic environment

+ Adept in breaking down complex issues into concise analytical packages and executive messages to enable prompt decision making

+ Quantitative and qualitative skills in supply chain analysis

+ Ability to analyze and interpret data, and use judgment to draw conclusions

+ Ability to manage two to three projects simultaneously while consistently delivering quality end-product. Handle multiple responsibilities, priorities and tasks with minimal direction

+ Strong interest in learning new things, ability to take on tasks with limited information and/or guidance. Must be able to learn and become proficient in Analytics and Supply Management tools including ANAPLAN, SAP, and CDOCS

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