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Associate Director, Supply Chain

BioSpace Recruitment Services
23805, Petersburg
Start date
May 20, 2024

Position Summary

We are looking for an Associate Director, Supply Chain who will be responsible for managing procurement and planning activities of the manufacturing site, along with supporting the relationship and flow of products.


Duties & Responsibilities

- Develop, foster, and own positive, productive relationships with the CMOs, PLD partners, and 3PL providers.

- Manage the flow of product at the manufacturing site, from procurement of raw materials, through supply planning, and successful delivery to finished goods warehouses.

- Responsible for site purchasing and planning functions, including the development of the site Supply Chain team to support those activities.

- Serve as the main point of contact for the 3PL warehouses.

- Responsible for the timely mitigation of issues that prevent on time and in full delivery to customers.

- Support the implementation and compliance with Drug Supply Chain Security Act (DSCSA) requirements. This includes managing the company’s serialization procedures, ensuring the proper flow of serialization data, mitigation of issues, and setup of new product launches.

- Manages the Sales and Operations Planning (S&OP) process for the company’s manufacturing site and supports Quarterly Business Reviews (QBRs) with CMOs, PLD partners, and 3PL providers.

- Supports the logistics of components and product to and from the manufacturing facility and 3PLs. Owns the relationship with the company’s logistics providers.

- Responsible for the overall company’s shipping validation program.

- Develops and maintains written procedures as it pertains to procurement, planning, logistics, serialization, warehousing, and distribution.

- Completes thorough root cause investigations and corrective actions for any deviations in a timely manner.

- Supports site operations during regulatory/compliance audits.


Required Qualifications        

- Bachelor’s degree in related area and 10 years in Supply Chain Management, Operations, Project Management and/or Procurement in a cGMP environment. Parenteral pharmaceutical experience preferred.

- Advanced computer applications skills (Excel, Word, Visio, ERPs, and PP).

- Experience in the use an ERP/ MRP is required.

- Excellent written and oral communication and presentation skills with the ability to speak and communicate effectively with both senior management and front-line staff personnel.

- Project Management, Operational Excellence, and/or Lean/Six Sigma experience preferred.

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