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Supply Chain Manager

San Juan, PR · Biotech/Pharmaceutical

The Manager, Supply Chain Logistics is responsible for the distribution of all goods in support of the company’s commercial and pipeline products, product serialization, and state pharmacy licensing and will take an active role in supporting global Production Planning and Inventory Management. This role is responsible for managing 3rd party logistics providers, wholesale distributors, and specialty pharmacies and reconciling inventory across multiple contract manufacturing, packaging, and warehousing vendors/sites. Directly responsible for implementing and managing all serialization activities including validation of data interchange between 4th tier serialization provider, contract packaging, and 3PL distribution sites. Serves as the designated responsible person for state licensing.  Will lead S&OP activities and develop, track and report monthly metrics.

  • Maintain all licenses (State, WDA, etc.) necessary to ship product.
  • Ensure CMO’s and Distribution Partners move goods throughout the Supply Chain according to validated processes.
  • Manage 4th tier serialization provider, the day-to-day process, and all related SOP’s finished goods globally. Assure compliance with DQSA/UDI serialization and traceability requirements.
  • Coordinate logistics activities across multiple sites and with multiple partners.
  • Develop Production and Procurement Plans in conjunction with approved commercial forecasts and agreed upon inventory levels.
  • Maintain desired levels of inventory throughout the Supply Chain to mitigate risk and maximize customer service.
  • Support R&D activities as required, including procurement of API and components, store and transport development, pre-clinical and clinical materials, under appropriate GMP conditions.

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Business, Operations Management, or Materials Management, or equivalent.
  • Must have 3-5 years of experience (or 2-4 years with an advanced degree) in a distribution/logistics environment in the healthcare industry. Experience with controlled substances considered a plus.
  • Knowledge of pharmaceutical GMP/Quality/Regulatory processes and procedures required; DEA/controlled substance regulations experience preferred.
  • Experience with ERP systems, import/export requirements, and customs regulations a considered a positive.
  • Competencies: Strategic Thinking, Problem Solving, Teamwork and Collaboration, Independent Judgement, Professionalism, Written & Verbal Communication skills, Customer Service focus, Attention to Detail, Results-oriented, Focus on High Quality & Accuracy, Adaptability, Organizational Skills, MS Suite
  • Working Conditions: Position may require periodic evening / weekend work, and periodic overnight travel, as necessary to fulfill obligations.

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