Lilly Associate, Clinical Services, Supplies & Capabilities Clinical Trial Commercial Product Material Coordinator in Mont Saint Guibert, Belgium
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The Clinical Services, Supplies & Capabilities (CSSC) organization is responsible for strategically planning and supplying materials, trial support services and innovative capabilities to support the execution of clinical trials globally for all business units across all phases of development. This group is within the Clinical Capabilities organization and partners across functions within the CDDA and PRD to influence trial design and provide solutions to operationalize these trials and enable asset strategies across the portfolio.
The Clinical Trial Commercial Product Material Coordinator (CPMC) is responsible for the procurement and global supply chain coordination of Commercial Products (Lilly and non-Lilly) in support of Lilly Trials and Externally Sponsored Clinical Research as well as Expanded Access programs. Partnering with the CT Supply Planning and the clinical organizations are key to ensure the appropriate commercial products are procured and delivered to meet patient needs around the globe. This role will execute CT material sourcing, and labeling requirements for commercial products as required in support of externally sponsored research, Expanded Access Programs, decentralized trial regulations, clinical trial material regulations.
Participate in demand planning and sourcing strategy conversations as needed.
Accountable for MRP (Manufacturing Resource Planning) actions from the point of purchase order creation through successful incoming and batch disposition.
Provide portfolio visibility and clear traceability at the appropriate level of all commercial products.
Own order fulfilment activities from order placement through material delivery including dating needs, delivery schedule and priorities.
Establish effective relationships with wholesalers, clinical trial packaging collaboration partners and distribution sites, Lilly commercial supply chain, and functional areas across the clinical trial packaging organization.
Coordinate activities and communicate timing on incoming and outgoing shipment schedules.
Troubleshoot and resolve purchasing, material fulfilment and operational level issues as they arise.
Identify and participate in continuous process improvements to improve productivity, compliance, and data accuracy.
Identify supply concerns, when appropriate, and help drive action plans.
Manage material inventories or communicate current inventory status.
Facilitate demand requirements review with cross functional team and facilitate alignment to a unified plan.
Author observations, deviations, and change controls, as necessary.
Serve as point operational contact for supplier relationships, track key metrics and provide issue escalation, as necessary.
Accountable for oversight of suppliers to support the procurement of Controlled Substances and Lilly Special Security Substances.
Minimum Qualification Requirements:
Bachelor’s degree preferred (Supply Chain, Logistics, PharmD, Business) or equivalent work experience
Minimum 1-year previous GMP supply chain experience
Experience in managing inventory/supplies
Experience managing commercial product or development supply chains
Experience working with third parties
Knowledge of clinical trial packaging
Working knowledge of GMP/GDP/GCP regulations
Ability to use and apply multiple computer applications
Demonstrated strong and effective written and verbal communication skills in multi-cultural and cross functional settings
Demonstrated exemplary teamwork/interpersonal skills
Previous cross functional experiences
Ability to manage multiple tasks and respond quickly to change
Ability to build productive relationships and effectively communicate with other Product Delivery team members (Packaging, Quality, Supply Planning. Labelling, etc.)
Ability to work in an independent, flexible environment
High degree of accuracy with work and attentive to details
Ability to proactively identify problems and work toward a solution
Other Information/Additional Preferences:
Knowledge of Import/Export compliance as it related to clinical trials and shipping medicinal products
Prior experience in ERP system
Prior experience with SAP is preferred
Prior experience with GMP supply chains (wholesaler, manufacturer, CMO)
Prior experience with Procurement
Language Requirements: Must be Fluent in English (both written and spoken).
Work outside of core hours may be required to support the portfolio across the globe
Roles posted in Cork and/or Belgium may be requested to work flexible hours
May require travel domestically and international (less than 5%)
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