|職名||Logistics Cell & Gene Scheduler ,Oncology|
|勤務地||Japan - Tokyo|
Global Pharmaceutical Organization with over 1000 employees worldwide.
Listed in NYSE.
Scheduling manager/Associate, working under limited supervision, is responsible for developing and managing the execution of the global commercial and clinical supply plan based on agreed upon lead times.
Manage all planning and scheduling activities to execute the vein-to-vein commercial supply cell therapy.
Effectively communicate between all global stakeholders both internal and external (Customer Service Hub, logistics partners and Morris Plains manufacturing)
Schedule, maintain, and assign manufacturing capacity as appropriate to support patient enrollment.
Analyze, maintain and prepare reports on key supply chain metrics.
Represent the planning and scheduling function in key supply chain launch and operational meetings as well as leading weekly scheduling meeting with cross-functional groups.
Supply Chain Principles – strong familiarity with and understanding of Materials Management principles such as (but not limited to) Master Production Schedule, Material Resource Planning, Capacity Resource Planning, Demand Resource Planning, purchasing, distribution, import/export, logistics, etc.
Thorough understanding and ability to troubleshoot within SAP and cell chain software systems. Ability to learn/work with new technology and systems.
[Key Performance Indicators]
Maintain Supply chain Metrics
Shipments per month
Perfect round trip (Complete, On Time, Damage Free, Quality Released)
Education:Bachelor degree required. Bachelor of Science in Logistics, Business, Industrial Engineering or Operations Research preferred.
Min. 5-7 years planning experience in a pharmaceutical operations environment.
Experience working in a GMP environment.
Knowledge of pharmaceutical principles and supply chain practices, principles, supply chain practices, and software systems.
Languages: Fluent Japanese and English
Additional Job Information
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