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    • basel, basel-stadt
    • contract
    Do you wish to be part of a high-growth, transformational company that is Bold, Relentless, Curious, and Collaborative ?For our client, this pioneering pharmaceutical and biotechnology company, we are looking for a: Snr Associate Supply Chain Operations Location:BaselContract: Temporary for one year.This role is an exciting opportunity to be part of a growing Supply Chain group. Reporting to the Director, Global Supply Planning, the Supply Chain Specialist works closely with the CMO planner to ensure the agreed schedule that can be communicated, managed, and delivered operationally.  Your Responsibilities: Weekly open order book management in collaboration with Supply Chain in the CMO. The objective is to ensure that the CMO is on track to deliver all released process orders, on-time and in-full. Risks, Opportunities and Issues should be raised and resolved on a daily basis.Daily monitoring, in collaboration with the CMO counterpart, of material availability to ensure the required materials are always available to support scheduled production. Escalation and leadership of material availability issues in collaboration with the Material Planner.Collaborate with the CMO Planner for the management of short-term schedule changes. Provide feasibility assessments for changes to the schedule.Daily, or Weekly, Toll material reconciliation process to ensure:All usage of company-owned toll manufacturing materials, by the CMO, is reconciled and accounted for, and that investigations are performed when reconciliation results are outside predefined thresholds.That material usage, and inventory transactions, at the CMO are accurately reflected in the SAP system, in a timely way. This can be achieved either through system interfaces, or through a manual toll-reconciliation process owned by the Planner.Execute good receipt and inventory movement transactions required to ensure cross system inventory placement / inventory accuracy.Ensure compliance with GMP and regulatory requirements (including records management) and spearheads continuous improvements for quality financial flow processes.Monitoring, in collaboration with the CMO counterpart, of actual production and testing vs. schedule through effective Tier 1 and Tier 2 meetings.Effective daily communication to the CMO Planner of any risks associated with not meeting the planned completion dates and quantities.Responsible for the compliant implementation of new materials as well as life cycle changes owning the change-over plan and implementation coordination. Your profile:Bachelor level degree in Supply Chain, Business or related fieldBetween 2 and 3 years of experience in Site Production Planning or external manufacturing managementExperience in Operation of a highly-regulated industry, like Pharmaceutical or related field.Experience executing SAP direct / indirect / sub-contract purchase orders and the required materials management transactions to support purchased inventory accuracy.Experience managing / supporting SAP Procure to Pay process.Ability to manage multiple topics in a fast-paced environment and deal with different stakeholders from different domains in the organization.Demonstrated ability to critically think and identify solutions.Well organized – a natural ability to be organized in how you think, communicate, and conduct your work.A curious mindset that allows you to constantly learn and challenge the status quo. You would like to contribute to a fast-thinking and innovative company, changing the industry ? Apply nowPlease note that a valid Swiss work permit or Swiss or EU-25/EFTA citizenship is required for this position 
    Do you wish to be part of a high-growth, transformational company that is Bold, Relentless, Curious, and Collaborative ?For our client, this pioneering pharmaceutical and biotechnology company, we are looking for a: Snr Associate Supply Chain Operations Location:BaselContract: Temporary for one year.This role is an exciting opportunity to be part of a growing Supply Chain group. Reporting to the Director, Global Supply Planning, the Supply Chain Specialist works closely with the CMO planner to ensure the agreed schedule that can be communicated, managed, and delivered operationally.  Your Responsibilities: Weekly open order book management in collaboration with Supply Chain in the CMO. The objective is to ensure that the CMO is on track to deliver all released process orders, on-time and in-full. Risks, Opportunities and Issues should be raised and resolved on a daily basis.Daily monitoring, in collaboration with the CMO counterpart, of material availability to ensure the required materials are always available to support scheduled production. Escalation and leadership of material availability issues in collaboration with the Material Planner.Collaborate with the CMO Planner for the management of short-term schedule changes. Provide feasibility assessments for changes to the schedule.Daily, or Weekly, Toll material reconciliation process to ensure:All usage of company-owned toll manufacturing materials, by the CMO, is reconciled and accounted for, and that investigations are performed when reconciliation results are outside predefined thresholds.That material usage, and inventory transactions, at the CMO are accurately reflected in the SAP system, in a timely way. This can be achieved either through system interfaces, or through a manual toll-reconciliation process owned by the Planner.Execute good receipt and inventory movement transactions required to ensure cross system inventory placement / inventory accuracy.Ensure compliance with GMP and regulatory requirements (including records management) and spearheads continuous improvements for quality financial flow processes.Monitoring, in collaboration with the CMO counterpart, of actual production and testing vs. schedule through effective Tier 1 and Tier 2 meetings.Effective daily communication to the CMO Planner of any risks associated with not meeting the planned completion dates and quantities.Responsible for the compliant implementation of new materials as well as life cycle changes owning the change-over plan and implementation coordination. Your profile:Bachelor level degree in Supply Chain, Business or related fieldBetween 2 and 3 years of experience in Site Production Planning or external manufacturing managementExperience in Operation of a highly-regulated industry, like Pharmaceutical or related field.Experience executing SAP direct / indirect / sub-contract purchase orders and the required materials management transactions to support purchased inventory accuracy.Experience managing / supporting SAP Procure to Pay process.Ability to manage multiple topics in a fast-paced environment and deal with different stakeholders from different domains in the organization.Demonstrated ability to critically think and identify solutions.Well organized – a natural ability to be organized in how you think, communicate, and conduct your work.A curious mindset that allows you to constantly learn and challenge the status quo. You would like to contribute to a fast-thinking and innovative company, changing the industry ? Apply nowPlease note that a valid Swiss work permit or Swiss or EU-25/EFTA citizenship is required for this position 
    • basel, basel-stadt
    • contract
    Do you wish to be part of a high-growth, transformational company that is Bold, Relentless, Curious, and Collaborative ?For our client, this pioneering biotechnology company, we are looking for a: Procurement Sr. Manager, CMC Procurement Location:BaselContract: Temporary for 1 yearReporting to the Associate Director, CMC Procurement the Procurement Sr. Manager will be responsible for category management, sourcing, supplier management, and stakeholder engagement for all external spend in the areas of Supply Chain, Manufacturing, and Quality.Your Responsibilities:  Stakeholder Engagement:  Build and cultivate strategic stakeholder relationships to find the optimum balance between meeting company needs and delivering total value.Category Management:  Develop initial category plans and update annually with stakeholders including detailed analysis of past and future spending, existing relationships and external trends.  Develop and manage multi-year category roadmaps and pipelines of sourcing initiative projects.Strategic Sourcing:  Implement strategic sourcing initiatives utilizing a standard framework and departmental tools.  This includes:Partnering with stakeholders to build robust scopes of work.Developing sourcing strategies for individual initiatives.Implementing RFx activities utilizing advanced tools and techniques.Preparing and implementing advanced negotiation strategies.Partnering with stakeholders and legal to negotiate and finalize agreements.Supplier Management: Leverage a standard framework to classify suppliers and implement SRM programs.Risk Management:  Evaluating and monitoring the risk profile of the supply base, identifying mitigation targets, and implementing risk improvement initiatives.Savings Delivery:  Develop a portfolio of sourcing initiatives and deliver cost reductions against challenging current and multi-year saving targets.    Your profile:10 years of experience in a large or medium-sized professional procurement organization with at least 2 years specifically in the biopharmaceutical industry.2+ years of category management experience in the areas of raw materials.Bachelor’s degree required.  BA/BS in a technical discipline desired; Master’s degree (MBA, MS) preferred.Professional procurement certification (CPSM, MCIPS, Etc.) desired.Proficient-level skills in the following key competencies/skills: communications, project management, relationship management, influencing, negotiation, financial acumen, analytical, presentation, aptitude for technology, results-focus, professionalism, and success in a matrixed environment.A proven track record of savings delivery and ability to manage complexity and change.Ability to work in a highly metric-driven environment and deliver against challenging performance targets.A deep desire to be a key part of building a world-class Procurement function.Ability to lead through influence, recommend sourcing strategies, and deliver business results.Strong collaboration and communications skills required to address and resolve issues in a matrixed environment. Please note that a valid Swiss work permit or Swiss or EU-25/EFTA citizenship is required for this position 
    Do you wish to be part of a high-growth, transformational company that is Bold, Relentless, Curious, and Collaborative ?For our client, this pioneering biotechnology company, we are looking for a: Procurement Sr. Manager, CMC Procurement Location:BaselContract: Temporary for 1 yearReporting to the Associate Director, CMC Procurement the Procurement Sr. Manager will be responsible for category management, sourcing, supplier management, and stakeholder engagement for all external spend in the areas of Supply Chain, Manufacturing, and Quality.Your Responsibilities:  Stakeholder Engagement:  Build and cultivate strategic stakeholder relationships to find the optimum balance between meeting company needs and delivering total value.Category Management:  Develop initial category plans and update annually with stakeholders including detailed analysis of past and future spending, existing relationships and external trends.  Develop and manage multi-year category roadmaps and pipelines of sourcing initiative projects.Strategic Sourcing:  Implement strategic sourcing initiatives utilizing a standard framework and departmental tools.  This includes:Partnering with stakeholders to build robust scopes of work.Developing sourcing strategies for individual initiatives.Implementing RFx activities utilizing advanced tools and techniques.Preparing and implementing advanced negotiation strategies.Partnering with stakeholders and legal to negotiate and finalize agreements.Supplier Management: Leverage a standard framework to classify suppliers and implement SRM programs.Risk Management:  Evaluating and monitoring the risk profile of the supply base, identifying mitigation targets, and implementing risk improvement initiatives.Savings Delivery:  Develop a portfolio of sourcing initiatives and deliver cost reductions against challenging current and multi-year saving targets.    Your profile:10 years of experience in a large or medium-sized professional procurement organization with at least 2 years specifically in the biopharmaceutical industry.2+ years of category management experience in the areas of raw materials.Bachelor’s degree required.  BA/BS in a technical discipline desired; Master’s degree (MBA, MS) preferred.Professional procurement certification (CPSM, MCIPS, Etc.) desired.Proficient-level skills in the following key competencies/skills: communications, project management, relationship management, influencing, negotiation, financial acumen, analytical, presentation, aptitude for technology, results-focus, professionalism, and success in a matrixed environment.A proven track record of savings delivery and ability to manage complexity and change.Ability to work in a highly metric-driven environment and deliver against challenging performance targets.A deep desire to be a key part of building a world-class Procurement function.Ability to lead through influence, recommend sourcing strategies, and deliver business results.Strong collaboration and communications skills required to address and resolve issues in a matrixed environment. Please note that a valid Swiss work permit or Swiss or EU-25/EFTA citizenship is required for this position 
    • basel, basel-stadt
    • contract
    Do you want to work in a big pharmaceutical company? Do you have experience in regulatory submissions? You should then read the following lines! Our client, based in Basel, is looking for a Regulatory manager for a 12 months contract.  Your Tasks:  Major Accountabilities* Regulatory support of the portfolio transformation team, especially divestments (focus data collection, implementation), production transfers and portfolio rationalization (pruning, deregistration)* Track progress of assigned projects, including timelines, dossier deliveries, HA approvals. Alert project team and RA GDD management to risks, issues and achievements.* Facilitate communication between regulatory associates and cross-functional project team members (BD&L, CMC, NTO, legal, RA in the countries).* Lead or participate in multidisciplinary teams focusing on identifying gaps, escalating concerns and supporting and driving continuous improvement and management initiatives.* Data/business analytics - driving/reporting performance metrics (methodology, design, tracking) Key Performance Indicators (KPIs)* Recognized by external and internal RA GDD customers as a trustworthy, competent, and reliable partner with a good overview of the project portfolio and regulatory requirements for production transfers.* Consistent record of strategies and processes devised and implemented successfully to deal with new developments, and rolled out to departmental staff, reflecting sound risk management and appropriately considering all stakeholder's need.* Reliable, timely, accurate and proactive communication of general of project specific issues to key stakeholders as appropriate.  Your Profile: * 5-8 years in Regulatory portfolio transformation activities (divestments, Tech Transfers)* Minimum Master degree in Life Science (e.g. Chemistry, Pharmacy, Biochemistry, Biotechnology, Biology) or equivalent.* Fluency in English - written and spoken* Proven expertise in project management.* A good understanding of pharmaceutical technology (previous CMC experience - as advantage) and product life cycle management.* Proven record of accomplishment of early recognition of potential regulatory issues, distilling complex situations, sound risk assessment and overcoming hurdles.* Ability to work in cross-functional (BD&L, CMC, NTO, legal) and international environment.* Strong team player (communication, collaboration)* Proven record of accomplishment of successful risk assessment.* Advanced interpersonal skills. Strong conflict-management skills. Open communicator.* High level of organizational awareness.* Data analytics/Data management experience - desired an additional advantage! Do not waste any minutes, apply now!  We are looking forward to receiving your application.Please note that only candidates with a valid work permit or who are EU/EFTA citizens will be considered.
    Do you want to work in a big pharmaceutical company? Do you have experience in regulatory submissions? You should then read the following lines! Our client, based in Basel, is looking for a Regulatory manager for a 12 months contract.  Your Tasks:  Major Accountabilities* Regulatory support of the portfolio transformation team, especially divestments (focus data collection, implementation), production transfers and portfolio rationalization (pruning, deregistration)* Track progress of assigned projects, including timelines, dossier deliveries, HA approvals. Alert project team and RA GDD management to risks, issues and achievements.* Facilitate communication between regulatory associates and cross-functional project team members (BD&L, CMC, NTO, legal, RA in the countries).* Lead or participate in multidisciplinary teams focusing on identifying gaps, escalating concerns and supporting and driving continuous improvement and management initiatives.* Data/business analytics - driving/reporting performance metrics (methodology, design, tracking) Key Performance Indicators (KPIs)* Recognized by external and internal RA GDD customers as a trustworthy, competent, and reliable partner with a good overview of the project portfolio and regulatory requirements for production transfers.* Consistent record of strategies and processes devised and implemented successfully to deal with new developments, and rolled out to departmental staff, reflecting sound risk management and appropriately considering all stakeholder's need.* Reliable, timely, accurate and proactive communication of general of project specific issues to key stakeholders as appropriate.  Your Profile: * 5-8 years in Regulatory portfolio transformation activities (divestments, Tech Transfers)* Minimum Master degree in Life Science (e.g. Chemistry, Pharmacy, Biochemistry, Biotechnology, Biology) or equivalent.* Fluency in English - written and spoken* Proven expertise in project management.* A good understanding of pharmaceutical technology (previous CMC experience - as advantage) and product life cycle management.* Proven record of accomplishment of early recognition of potential regulatory issues, distilling complex situations, sound risk assessment and overcoming hurdles.* Ability to work in cross-functional (BD&L, CMC, NTO, legal) and international environment.* Strong team player (communication, collaboration)* Proven record of accomplishment of successful risk assessment.* Advanced interpersonal skills. Strong conflict-management skills. Open communicator.* High level of organizational awareness.* Data analytics/Data management experience - desired an additional advantage! Do not waste any minutes, apply now!  We are looking forward to receiving your application.Please note that only candidates with a valid work permit or who are EU/EFTA citizens will be considered.
    • basel, basel-stadt
    • contract
    Do you want to work in a big pharmaceutical company? Do you have experience in regulatory submissions? You should then read the following lines! Our client, based in Basel, is looking for a Global Program Regulatory Manager (GPRM) for an 8 months contract.  Your Tasks:Regulatory Strategy1. Responsible for implementing regulatory strategy and managing operational activities for assigned regions.2. Partners with regions and the GPRD to align on regulatory strategy in order to fulfill business objectives.3. Represents RA on or leads sub-teams as required. HA Interactions1. Facilitates preparation and finalization of briefing books, and supports HA meetings / meeting preparation under the direction of the GPRD.2. Develops and implements plans for timely response to HA requests and coordinates responses.3. May serve as local HA (EMA) liaison. Submissions and Approvals1. Responsible for integrating global strategy into regional submissions worldwide.2. Coordinates, plans, and prepares for submission of dossiers in assigned regions worldwide.4. Review of global dossier summary documents. Responsible for preparation, review, finalization of regulatory documents for submission.7. Participates in negotiations for approvals as required.8. Responsible for facilitating timely submission and approval of dossiers with HAs under the guidance of the GPRD. Prescribing Information1. Assists with generating local PIs and ensuring that they are integrated with the CDS.2. Revise labels as needed to achieve timely HA approval with best possible label based on available data.3. Responsible for ensuring necessary updates or required reviews of local labeling and to capture deviations to maintain alignment with the CDS in conjunction with RA GL. Regional Excellence and Compliance1. Responsible for finalization and on time submission of annual reports and renewals across assigned regions.2. Ensures regulatory compliance for assigned project and keeps records of all major HA interactions in the validated document management system.4. Ensures quality and compliance with global regulatory requirements (regions responsible) and adherence to regulatory internal policies and processes. Your Profile:Education (Minimum/desirable): Science based BS or MS with requisite experience and demonstrated capability. Advanced degree (MD, Ph D, PharmD) preferred. · Experience with regulatory submission and approval processes in 1 or more major regions (minimum EU Centralized Procedure).· Experience in a global/matrix environment or cross-functional teams in the pharmaceutical industry.· Experience in HA negotiations.· 2-4 years involvement in regulatory and drug/biologic development.· Strong interpersonal, communication, negotiation and problem solving skills. Do not waste any minutes, apply now!  We are looking forward to receiving your application.Please note that only candidates with a valid work permit or who are EU/EFTA citizens will be considered. 
    Do you want to work in a big pharmaceutical company? Do you have experience in regulatory submissions? You should then read the following lines! Our client, based in Basel, is looking for a Global Program Regulatory Manager (GPRM) for an 8 months contract.  Your Tasks:Regulatory Strategy1. Responsible for implementing regulatory strategy and managing operational activities for assigned regions.2. Partners with regions and the GPRD to align on regulatory strategy in order to fulfill business objectives.3. Represents RA on or leads sub-teams as required. HA Interactions1. Facilitates preparation and finalization of briefing books, and supports HA meetings / meeting preparation under the direction of the GPRD.2. Develops and implements plans for timely response to HA requests and coordinates responses.3. May serve as local HA (EMA) liaison. Submissions and Approvals1. Responsible for integrating global strategy into regional submissions worldwide.2. Coordinates, plans, and prepares for submission of dossiers in assigned regions worldwide.4. Review of global dossier summary documents. Responsible for preparation, review, finalization of regulatory documents for submission.7. Participates in negotiations for approvals as required.8. Responsible for facilitating timely submission and approval of dossiers with HAs under the guidance of the GPRD. Prescribing Information1. Assists with generating local PIs and ensuring that they are integrated with the CDS.2. Revise labels as needed to achieve timely HA approval with best possible label based on available data.3. Responsible for ensuring necessary updates or required reviews of local labeling and to capture deviations to maintain alignment with the CDS in conjunction with RA GL. Regional Excellence and Compliance1. Responsible for finalization and on time submission of annual reports and renewals across assigned regions.2. Ensures regulatory compliance for assigned project and keeps records of all major HA interactions in the validated document management system.4. Ensures quality and compliance with global regulatory requirements (regions responsible) and adherence to regulatory internal policies and processes. Your Profile:Education (Minimum/desirable): Science based BS or MS with requisite experience and demonstrated capability. Advanced degree (MD, Ph D, PharmD) preferred. · Experience with regulatory submission and approval processes in 1 or more major regions (minimum EU Centralized Procedure).· Experience in a global/matrix environment or cross-functional teams in the pharmaceutical industry.· Experience in HA negotiations.· 2-4 years involvement in regulatory and drug/biologic development.· Strong interpersonal, communication, negotiation and problem solving skills. Do not waste any minutes, apply now!  We are looking forward to receiving your application.Please note that only candidates with a valid work permit or who are EU/EFTA citizens will be considered. 

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