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Sr Supply Chain Planner, GCC - (fixed term contract)

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Job ID:

23206

Location:

Zug 

Job function:

Logistics, Manufacturing / Operations, Purchasing
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Posted:

03.11.2016

Employment Type:

Contractor

Industry:

Healthcare / Pharma
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Title:

Sr Supply Chain Planner, GCC - (fixed term contract)

Job Description:

Overview
The Senior Supply Chain Planner for Global Change Control (GCC) is a member of the International Supply Planning group and is responsible for ownership and project management of GCC's for Labeling changes, Product & country launch changes, and Drug Substance (DS) & Drug Product (DP) changes impacting Finished Goods (FG).

Actively collaborates with the FG and DP planning teams within the International Supply Planning group to ensure that GCC related activities align with the FG & DP supply plans, and that Regulatory and Launch implementation due dates are achieved. Has in-depth understanding of process interdependencies across the end-to-end supply chain from DS to FG.

The role develops and executes cross-functional project implementation plans for GCC's and ensures that activities across PO&T departments are aligned. Manages the efficient flow of the GCC process and acts as a key resource and escalation point to Management to highlight GCC implementation risks. Recommends and implements corrective actions to ensure regulatory & quality compliance, and actively monitors adherence to GCC implementation due dates.

Primary Responsibilities

- Own and project manage Global Change Control (GCC) records for Labeling changes, Product & country launch changes, and Drug Product (DP) changes impacting Finished Goods (FG). Determine when the activities that are documented in the GCC record need to be completed and project manage deliverables in close cooperation with internal and external stakeholders (FG planning team, DS/DP planning team, International artwork development team, Master data management, Quality Assurance, Regulatory (Labeling & CMC), Internal Manufacturing, External Manufacturing). Work with Subject Matter Experts (SME's) to ensure that solutions are developed for new requirements specified in a GCC

- Balance assigned total workload associated with GCC's across departments, identify process bottlenecks and work with internal and external stakeholders to resolve issues. Identify and communicate GCC implementation risks to management and recommend and implement corrective actions to ensure regulatory & quality compliance, and to maintain GCC implementation due dates

- Ensure compliance. Work with Quality Assurance to promote and maintain compliance. Exceptions handling/Investigate exceptions, determine root causes, implement CAPAs and drive closure

- Support continuous improvement projects to drive process standardization and efficiency improvement of the GCC process

- Provide supply chain / GCC process analyses and identify potential solutions for improvement projects. (e.g. launch readiness for Distributor Markets

- Support scenario analysis for product Life Cycle Management events (launches, Labeling & CMC regulatory approvals) in close cooperation with the FG and DP/DS planners. (e.g. shifts in country Regulatory approval timelines for CMC changes)

Job Requirements:

Qualifications
- Minimum 5 years working experience in a Demand & Supply Planning or Product Life Cycle Management role with a minimum of 2 years of experience in a similar position in, the Biotech/Pharmaceutical industry
- Experience within an international and controlled environment is required
- Strong analytical, problem solving and communication skills (excellent written and verbal communicator with the ability to articulate recommendations and key decision points to senior management)
- Demonstrated experience reducing complex subjects to key points. Ability to work in fast paced environments and great organizational skills to effectively balance a broad range of projects and tasks in parallel
- Exceptional team player, ability to direct and participate in cross functional and management teams
- Project Management experience
- Experience with Supply Chain and Manufacturing planning tools, preferably: Oracle, Hyperion, Business Object, TrackWise, SAP, APO, Manugistics, JDE.
- Lean Six Sigma/Green Belt is an asset APICS certification (or equivalent) preferred
- Bachelor or Master Degree in Supply Chain Management, Business Administration, Engineering or similar education required Education*LI-EU3 About BiogenBiogen (NASDAQ: BIIB) is a biotechnology leader that discovers, develops and delivers innovative therapies to improve the lives of patients with neurodegenerative diseases, hematologic conditions and autoimmune diseases. Patients worldwide benefit every day from our medicines for multiple sclerosis (MS) and hemophilia.

Founded in 1978, Biogen is one of the world's oldest biotechnology companies. Our development pipeline is focused on areas of high unmet medical need, as we pursue new therapies for patients suffering from diseases with few or no treatment options. These include programs for secondary progressive MS, Alzheimer's Disease, spinal muscular atrophy, lupus and amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), amongst others.

With approximately 7,500 people worldwide, Biogen is truly a global organization. We are headquartered in Cambridge, Massachusetts, which is home to our research operations. Our international operations are based in Zug, Switzerland and we have world-class manufacturing facilities in North Carolina and Denmark. We offer therapies globally through direct affiliate presence in 30 countries and a network of distribution partners in over 50 additional countries.

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability or protected veteran status.

Please be advised that all legitimate correspondence from a Biogen employee will come from '@biogen.com' or '@biogenidec.com' email accounts.

Company Info
Biogen

Cambridge, MA, United States

Phone: +1 781-464-3260, +1 781-464-3260
Web Site: www.biogene.com

Company Profile

Company Info


Biogen
Cambridge, MA, United States
Phone: +1 781-464-3260, +1 781-464-3260
Web Site: www.biogene.com

Sr Supply Chain Planner, GCC - (fixed term contract)

col-narrow-left   

Job ID:

23206

Location:

Zug 

Job function:

Logistics, Manufacturing / Operations, Purchasing
col-narrow-right   

Posted:

03.11.2016

Employment Type:

Contractor

Industry:

Healthcare / Pharma
col-wide   

Title:

Sr Supply Chain Planner, GCC - (fixed term contract)

Job Description:

Overview
The Senior Supply Chain Planner for Global Change Control (GCC) is a member of the International Supply Planning group and is responsible for ownership and project management of GCC's for Labeling changes, Product & country launch changes, and Drug Substance (DS) & Drug Product (DP) changes impacting Finished Goods (FG).

Actively collaborates with the FG and DP planning teams within the International Supply Planning group to ensure that GCC related activities align with the FG & DP supply plans, and that Regulatory and Launch implementation due dates are achieved. Has in-depth understanding of process interdependencies across the end-to-end supply chain from DS to FG.

The role develops and executes cross-functional project implementation plans for GCC's and ensures that activities across PO&T departments are aligned. Manages the efficient flow of the GCC process and acts as a key resource and escalation point to Management to highlight GCC implementation risks. Recommends and implements corrective actions to ensure regulatory & quality compliance, and actively monitors adherence to GCC implementation due dates.

Primary Responsibilities

- Own and project manage Global Change Control (GCC) records for Labeling changes, Product & country launch changes, and Drug Product (DP) changes impacting Finished Goods (FG). Determine when the activities that are documented in the GCC record need to be completed and project manage deliverables in close cooperation with internal and external stakeholders (FG planning team, DS/DP planning team, International artwork development team, Master data management, Quality Assurance, Regulatory (Labeling & CMC), Internal Manufacturing, External Manufacturing). Work with Subject Matter Experts (SME's) to ensure that solutions are developed for new requirements specified in a GCC

- Balance assigned total workload associated with GCC's across departments, identify process bottlenecks and work with internal and external stakeholders to resolve issues. Identify and communicate GCC implementation risks to management and recommend and implement corrective actions to ensure regulatory & quality compliance, and to maintain GCC implementation due dates

- Ensure compliance. Work with Quality Assurance to promote and maintain compliance. Exceptions handling/Investigate exceptions, determine root causes, implement CAPAs and drive closure

- Support continuous improvement projects to drive process standardization and efficiency improvement of the GCC process

- Provide supply chain / GCC process analyses and identify potential solutions for improvement projects. (e.g. launch readiness for Distributor Markets

- Support scenario analysis for product Life Cycle Management events (launches, Labeling & CMC regulatory approvals) in close cooperation with the FG and DP/DS planners. (e.g. shifts in country Regulatory approval timelines for CMC changes)

Job Requirements:

Qualifications
- Minimum 5 years working experience in a Demand & Supply Planning or Product Life Cycle Management role with a minimum of 2 years of experience in a similar position in, the Biotech/Pharmaceutical industry
- Experience within an international and controlled environment is required
- Strong analytical, problem solving and communication skills (excellent written and verbal communicator with the ability to articulate recommendations and key decision points to senior management)
- Demonstrated experience reducing complex subjects to key points. Ability to work in fast paced environments and great organizational skills to effectively balance a broad range of projects and tasks in parallel
- Exceptional team player, ability to direct and participate in cross functional and management teams
- Project Management experience
- Experience with Supply Chain and Manufacturing planning tools, preferably: Oracle, Hyperion, Business Object, TrackWise, SAP, APO, Manugistics, JDE.
- Lean Six Sigma/Green Belt is an asset APICS certification (or equivalent) preferred
- Bachelor or Master Degree in Supply Chain Management, Business Administration, Engineering or similar education required Education*LI-EU3 About BiogenBiogen (NASDAQ: BIIB) is a biotechnology leader that discovers, develops and delivers innovative therapies to improve the lives of patients with neurodegenerative diseases, hematologic conditions and autoimmune diseases. Patients worldwide benefit every day from our medicines for multiple sclerosis (MS) and hemophilia.

Founded in 1978, Biogen is one of the world's oldest biotechnology companies. Our development pipeline is focused on areas of high unmet medical need, as we pursue new therapies for patients suffering from diseases with few or no treatment options. These include programs for secondary progressive MS, Alzheimer's Disease, spinal muscular atrophy, lupus and amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), amongst others.

With approximately 7,500 people worldwide, Biogen is truly a global organization. We are headquartered in Cambridge, Massachusetts, which is home to our research operations. Our international operations are based in Zug, Switzerland and we have world-class manufacturing facilities in North Carolina and Denmark. We offer therapies globally through direct affiliate presence in 30 countries and a network of distribution partners in over 50 additional countries.

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability or protected veteran status.

Please be advised that all legitimate correspondence from a Biogen employee will come from '@biogen.com' or '@biogenidec.com' email accounts.
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