Responsible for managing global Supply Chain activities in support of national and international phase I IV clinical trials, including Investigator Initiated Studies (IIS). Ensures the timely provision of clinical supplies for assigned trials. TM provides trial specific supply chain strategies and is primary point of contact to global Clinical Operations and Clinical Development on a study level. TM is responsible leader of the CTSU trial team within the matrix structure, ensuring international cross-functional collaboration, and developing interfaces for all Supply Chain activities on the basis of business, regulatory and industry need. TM ensures that all work is performed in a safe manner, and in conformance with US, EU, and German regulations.
- Can work independently and in a team environment. - Can work well in a dynamic environment. - Demonstrates mentoring and coaching skills. - Implements concepts for improvements in job related processes and organization. - Support TASCM to provide and support ideas of improvement in process and organization. Drive the implementation of new systems, innovations, methods and working concepts to increasse standardizationo and efficiency in supply chain. - Support TASCM to monitor key performance indicators to drive continuous improvement. - Initiates and completes complex duties in an efficient manner without supervision with consideration of economy and timelines. - Initiates and completes non-routine procedures independently. - Writes operating procedures / working instructions if applicable. - Communicates the teams work orally and in writing. - Exhibits ability to interpret complex project requirements, and associated regulations, and provides ability to interpret complex project requirements.
Bachelors' Degre or Masters' Degree
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