Artwork Project Analyst
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- Responsible and accountable for Artwork Change Project Management, process execution, GDP, and adherence to required completion date. Expedite and monitor actions required by other functions until completion.
- Coordinate projects, portfolio and change control for Artwork Changes ensuring supply continuity and business growth.
- Coordinate the development of and publish artwork per the process for artwork development for printed packaging components.
- Support the creation and maintenance process of artwork development for printed packaging components through external suppliers for all markets.
- Coordinate implementation of artwork development for a group of products while balancing plant efficiency, sales, distribution, customer service and meeting inventory, manufacturing, quality and regulatory requirements.
- Ensure appropriate approvals are obtained from other functions where applicable. Ensure all action items are properly documented and closed out in electronic artwork management and Change control system
- Coordinate the creation and approval of technical/ profile drawings in conjunction with Packaging Design, to manage and fulfill the RA content requirements.
- Lead and work with cross-functional project teams and the manufacturing vendor on development for new products, new markets and changes to existing printed packaging components.
- Ensure Artwork Management is appropriately represented on cross-functional project teams for New Product Introduction with responsibility for product packaging design and artwork.
- Coach Artwork Project leaders and/or analysts on Artwork Change activities and process.
EDUCATION, BEHAVIOURAL COMPETENCIES AND SKILLS:
- Education in natural sciences, biotechnology or engineering: bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience
- Minimum 3 years of practical experience in Artwork Management, Change Control and computerized documentation control system, material and/or label change in GMP environment
- Professional experience in manufacturing and/or quality in (bio)pharmaceutical production (GMP environment)
- IT: experience working with ERP systems (e.g. C3ME or others), QM systems (e.g. TrackWise), project management tools, MS Office
- Fluent in written and spoken English
- Specific and/or certified education in Supply Chain Management or Project Management
- Knowledge of Packaging & Artwork technical details
- Knowledge of Pharma labeling regulations
- Additional training and/or certification associated with project management, Supply Chain Management continuous improvement, LEAN principles
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills
- Excellent interpersonal and communication/influencing/negotiation skills
- Team player and adaptable to a dynamic environment
- Respect for individuals and the diverse contributions of all
- Passion to innovate and drive for solutions
- Priority Driven and Time Management
- Results oriented and accountable
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Job ID SR0044151