Supply Chain CoOrdinator

Location UK / Northern Ireland

Job Type Permanent full-time, TemporaryContract

Salary See description

Updated 9 hours ago

Reference 1372201

 Job Description

You will assist the Supply Chain Managers to provide a seamless and reliable service to our customers

Supply Chain Co-Ordinator

Hours: 40 hours per week

Salary: Competitive

Ref No:  HRJOB4453

Business Unit:  Clinical Services

Location:  Craigavon

Open To:  Internal and External Applicants

 

The Company

Almac is an exceptional, award winning, drug development solutions provider at the forefront of the pharmaceutical industry.  We are a privately owned organisation that has organically grown over 50 years and now employs in excess of 5,000 highly skilled personnel worldwide.  Our Global headquarters is located in Craigavon, Northern Ireland with additional operations throughout Europe (UK, Ireland), across the US (Pennsylvania, North Carolina and California) and in Asia (Singapore and Japan). 

Our drive and passion for the values championed by our Founder, and enshrined in the ethos of Almac, ensures that ‘Partnering to Advance Human Health’ is more than just a strapline – it is our way of life.

Advancing human health requires exceptional people – your talent, experience and passion will be the perfect match.  Together we will make an exceptional difference to the health of countless patients all over the world ………and this is just the beginning. 

Let’s be exceptional together

 

The Role

Working as part of the Project Services team based in our global headquarters in Craigavon, you will assist the Supply Chain Managers to provide a seamless and reliable service to our customers. It is an important customer-facing role which supports the scoping, monitoring, and management of an efficient physical and digital supply chain.

As part of a busy team within a rapidly growing organisation, operating within a challenging industry you will benefit from the numerous personal and professional developmental opportunities available throughout the Almac group.

 

Essential Criteria

  • Bachelor’s degree (or equivalent level qualification)  OR in lieu of academic qualification, previous significant experience in at least 2 of the following may be considered:

–       A Production or Distribution role within the Pharmaceutical or CRO Industry;

–       A Project Management role within the Pharmaceutical or CRO Industry;

–       Previous significant experience using MRP Systems;

–       Previous experience in data analysis/manipulation;

  • Previous Project Management Experience

 

Desirable Criteria

(The following criteria may be applied if a large pool of applicants exist)

  • Bachelor’s degree in a Life Sciences or Business Management related discipline, at level 2:1 or above
  • Postgraduate level qualification
  • Previous experience working in the pharmaceutical/clinical research industry or in supply chain management/clinical supply forecasting
  • Previous experience using IVRS/IXRS or MRP systems
  • Previous experience of production/shipping planning and co-ordination
  • Previous experience of data evaluation and trending to develop alternate proposals/solutions

Additional essential and desirable criteria are outlined in the job description and person specification attached to the online job posting

 

Reward

  • Competitive salary
  • Family friendly flexible working
  • Learning and development opportunities and support
  • Health promotions
  • Enhanced pension contribution
  • Long service awards
  • 34 days annual leave allowance
  • Marriage leave
  • Free car parking
  • Moving house leave
  • Subsidised restaurant
  • Paid medical appointments
  • Bereavement Leave
  • Occupational sick pay
  • Enhanced maternity pay
  • On site physiotherapist
  • Critical illness policy
  • Perks discount scheme
  • Death in service benefit
  • Westfield healthcare benefit

(Full detail including eligibility criteria is outlined in the company handbook)

 

To Apply

Apply online at www.almacgroup.com/careers

Closing Date:  19 Nov 2018 at 17.00 hours