Associate Director, Biologics Network Supply Planning (R1559590-en-us)
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Associate Director, Biologics Network Supply Planning
Under the general guidance of the Director, Biologics Network Supply Planning (NSP), accountable for development and ongoing effective and efficient execution of the following as assigned. The Biologics Network Supply Planning Associate Director role will recognize significant expanded skill sets to successfully manage broader product scope, planning complexities, and independent decision making tied to their assignments:
Biologics Integrated Planning Process with the following specific process elements:
For Key Growth Biologics Drug Substance Network develop a feasible Master Production Schedule (MPS) for all manufacturing sites both, internal sites and CMOs, with a focus on long term strategic capacity planning.
Appropriate, but robust integration with other global planning processes, particularly LTFP, Inventory, and S&OP.
Create and maintain BMS capability to provide comprehensive information, analytics and visibility around Drug Substance Network Supply status to all cross functional stakeholders.
Strategic supply planning including long range capacity planning for capex and sourcing decisions based on commercial LTFP and pipeline scenarios
Play a key role in the functional Biologics Supply Planning to develop a feasible MPS (consensus with sites/CMOs) and driving compliance for assigned manufacturing sites.
Provide analytics that support on target service levels to balance supply and inventory levels at each node of the Global Supply Chain, with an emphasis on the Drug Substance Network.
Accountable for developing and maintaining a valid Drug Substance supply network plan for assigned global manufacturing sites (internal and CMOs)
Accountable for developing what-if supply scenarios and develop recommendations in response to actual or anticipated changes in demand or supply.
Accountable for developing what-if supply scenarios to continuously improve performance relating to both service levels and total costs thru continuous evaluation of supply, outsourcing strategies, product strategies and the positioning of inventory across the drug substance network.
Communicate decisions and supply impacts to all stakeholders, escalation and prioritization of supply responses around all issues and opportunities impacting customer service to stakeholder
Support the Global Product Strategy process – and supporting sub-teams – to ensure product life cycle is supported, with supply/inventory plans aligned to defined strategies and support product level S&OP reviews
Provide input to the Global Supply Review process to incorporate major supply issues to the Network plan and any major deviations to the budget and/or previous plan.
Actively participate and support New Product introduction to ensure that supply network plans are optimally created and that supply plans are executed in support of the established timelines
Develop strong relationships inside and outside the organization including Business Insights & Analytics, site planners, site supply chain leads, supply chain product leads, distribution and support groups worldwide, Finance, Quality and Regulatory.
Accountable for developing Supply Plans to promote and support execution for achieving Customer Service levels and inventory turns per agreed target levels at all nodes of the GSC
Jointly with External manufacturing Group, actively support the Supplier Relationship Programs by providing collaborative rolling long term production requirements.
Define and implement and integrated supply strategy for the global manufacturing network, including CMOs
In conjunction with the rest of the GSC functional teams and GPS partners, ensure policies and procedures are in place which meet compliance requirements
Demonstrate cultural sensitivity and an understanding of the global practices where business is conducted
B.S. or BA in supply chain management, science and/or engineering (biotechnology, engineering, or related sciences). M.B.A or advanced degree, diploma or certification in Supply Chain Management (e.g., APICS or CSCP certification) strongly preferred.
Required: 7 to 10 years of Supply Management experience for a reputed, global or multi-plant Pharmaceutical or Consumer Product company utilizing world class supply chain planning and execution processes
Required: Experience with site capacity planning and knowledge of pharmaceutical Sales & Operations Planning Processes.
Strongly Preferred: Experience with ERP and Advanced Planning Systems (preferably Kinaxis Rapid Response, SAP ECC, BW/BI, SNP APO).
Strongly Preferred: Good understanding and exposure to current Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMP), Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and other regulatory requirements
Experience in developing and implementing world class, global supply chain planning processes and managing them through deployment of global advanced planning and scheduling systems
Exposure and experience in Biotech / Pharmaceutical manufacturing process, principles and practices; preferably at production site and headquarters level
Experience in working internationally in a fast paced, reputable global Biotech / Pharmaceutical or Consumer company organized in a matrix structure
Personal Competencies Desired/Required:
Strongly Preferred: Strong strategic and analytical thinking, problem solving and rapid decision-making skills
Strongly Preferred: Strong presentation and communication skills both, oral and written
Strongly Preferred Developed ability to create and foster a team-based environment to establish and maintain a cooperative relationship with individuals contacted during the course of work
Demonstrated leadership capabilities, especially in building highly effective, world class, global teams
Ability to work in a matrix environment and build strong relationships by being transparent, reliable, and delivering on commitments.
Demonstrated capability in implementing challenging goals, objectives and practices in a complex and ambiguous environment
Ability to collaborate with cross functional stake holders, influence decisions, and recommend a course of action based on data and analytics.
Strong ability in negotiating and influencing without authority in complex, high impact situations
Demonstrated proficiency in competency areas of Strategic Agility, Organizational Agility, Business Acumen, Process Design and Management, Organization Change Management and Process Effectiveness - in globally diverse, rapidly changing cross-cultural environment
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