Supply Manager

Basic qualifications:

  • University graduate from relevant disciplines
  • Experience in Supply, Planning, Relationship Management, Procurement, Finance and Project Management in a Pharmaceutical environment
  • Excellent written and verbal communications skills in English
  • Strong supplier relationship and project management ability
  • Excellent interpersonal skills with ability to lead cross functional teams
  • Excellent stakeholder management
  • Ability to work in a matrix organization
  • Proactively seeks opportunities to increase value by raising standards & championing best practices

Preferred qualifications:

  • Details:
  • Support the External Supply to execute the Regional Performance Management (including supplier KPI performance, stock-out/low-stock, root-causing and proposed mitigations, etc)
  • By being a permanent part, leading PQTS+ team
  • Set up, manage and operate all supply chain processes to ensure efficient transfer of demand from GSK locations to external contractors.
  • Manage contractor activities and ensure efficient and timely supply to GSK locations with resolution of all demand I supply problems and maintenance of supply continuity.
  • Resolve demand conflicts, liaising with Commercial, Contractor and Global Logistics where necessary.
  • Ensure Supply Contract obligations are met and Customer requirements are taken into account with the contractor.
  • Manage Medium to long term capacity including highlighting any capital investment or line validation requirements.
  • Management of API ordering processes, inventories, deliveries to the CMO
  • Implement performance management with appropriate KPIs at the contractor,accounting for contractual parameters
  • Monitor the supply performance of the Contractor driving remedial change where necessary
  • Identify opportunities and manage programs for performance improvement
  • Coordinate technical transfers and the set up and phasing of new APis,components and products
  • Assure security of supply though supply chain planning and stock management for all technical changes
  • Establish effective relationships and interfaces with Contractors, Commercial market and interface I support groups to ensure effective Supply Chain processes
  • Ensure that Contractors are effectively managing actives and materials for GSKmanufacture with adequate capacity planning
  • Be ambassador for change management and continuous improvement to drive collaboration and partnership
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