Behind every presentation of each product sold by Roche is the involvement of Pharma Global Technical Operations (PT). Starting with Phase I of the development process and continuing through to product maturity, PT makes medicines at sites around the world and includes more than 10 000 employees worldwide.
"Global Technical Development" (PTD) is an organization of over two thousand people globally that are integral for the mission of Roche to develop meaningful medicines for patients. Therefore, we actively collaborate and develop creative technical solutions to bridge early-stage, late-stage and commercial product needs. The mandate of the group is, to expertly deliver the pipeline and supply quality products to patients. The group excels in its work through innovation, teamwork, dedication, and mutual respect and contributes every single day, continuously improving what it does.
“Clinical Supply Chain Management” (PTDS) is responsible for the supply of all global clinical trials throughout the lifecycle of our products - Entry in Human (EIH) to post-approval. The group partners with customers and suppliers to offer best in industry services regarding lead-times, flexibility and cost-effectiveness.
To further strengthen our team for running and optimizing our clinical supply chain, we are looking for a Clinical Demand and Supply Leader (CDSL). Key responsibilities are:
- The CDSL assumes the strategic coordination of studies/projects and ensures the effective and efficient set-up of the clinical supply chain and the delivery of study supplies in accordance with international standards and regulatory requirements.
- The position is globally oriented and provides a uniform service level for all clinical and technical partner organizations.
- You will be acting as a customer oriented single point of contact for all individually owned clinical supply projects and will represent the function in cross-functional and multinational teams.
- As a core member of technical development and study management teams you will be responsible for forecasting long-term clinical supply demands and setting-up clinical studies to ensure uninterrupted and cost-effective supply to patients.
- Within the Clinical Supply function the CDSL is the matrix leader of a team simulation, packaging logistics & operations, label design, and distribution experts to ensure timely and compliant patient kit design, packaging, labeling as well as sufficient stocks of medication at depots of the Roche IMP (Investigational Medicinal Products) distribution network.
- The CDSL uses all available supply planning tools (SAP/APO & IxRS) to their fullest potential and implements optimized supply chains for all projects and studies.
Who you are
You’re someone who wants to influence your own development. You’re looking for a company where you have the opportunity to pursue your interests across functions and geographies. Where a job title is not considered the final definition of who you are, but the starting point.
We are looking for you, if you fulfill the following qualifications:
- Academic degree or diploma in life sciences and a minimum of 5 years of work experience in the pharmaceutical industry or equivalent
- Clinical and/or drug development experience and knowledge in cGMPs, cGCPs and EU Clinical Trial Directive with experience in project management in a cross-functional and cross-cultural environment
- Ability to work independently with limited supervision. Self-motivated, proactive, quick thinking and adaptable. Ability to set priorities and to remain flexible in stressful situations
- Customer-focused, ability to create trustful relationships with business partners as well as excellent problem solving and analytical skills
- Sound knowledge of Microsoft Office, SAP/APO and IxRS
- Excellent written / oral communication in German and English
Have we sparked your interest? Apply now.
For questions please call the Recruiting Team Switzerland: +41616822550
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