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Clinical Trial Materials Logistics

Madrid, Spain

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Clinical Trial Materials Logistics

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Job ID R0006894 Date posted 04/02/2019 Location Madrid, Spain

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Job Description

Major accountabilities

  • Centralize documentation pertaining to authorizations (territories and sites)
  • Keep control over inventory levels of clinical supplies
  • Maintain master file of approved packaging materials per study and territory
  • Receive dispatch orders through IVRS systems or equivalent
  • Prepare and complete orders for delivery or pickup according to schedule
  • Arrange, coordinate and track outgoing shipments
  • Single point of contact for Couriers, CROs and for Clinical Operations
  • Keep records of transport related incidences and complaints, contributing in the corresponding investigations, CAPA, etc according to Quality Systems
  • Create packing lists and update shipment information in database
  • Generate relevant documents required for export/import purposes in the different territories, EU and non-EU
  • Liaise with customs brokers and/or customs authorities to ensure seamless clearance processes
  • Keep control over budget
  • Generate periodic KPI reporting
  • Communicate and cooperate with supervisors and coworkers
  • Ensure the integrity and quality of the products in compliance with operating procedures to meet all cGMP, regulatory, and safety requirements.

Skills, experiences and qualifications required for the job:

  • At least FPII or equivalent education. Ideally a degree in Science or Business
  • REQUIRED
    • At least 3 years’ experience in logistics related activities in the pharmaceutical or biotechnology industry,
    • Demonstration of a good level of performance with GMP quality systems in place
    • Proven GDP knowledge
    • Fluent in English (B2/C1), both written and spoken: able to negotiate and discuss business conditions
  • VALUABLE
    • Previous experience with investigational drugs
    • Experience with import/export into the US
    • Specific training in logistics, international trade, etc
  • Working hours from Monday to Sunday, including bank holidays
  • Managing paper and electronic files
  • Detail-oriented
  • Negotiation skills
  • Ability to efficiently manage time and meet deadlines
  • Able to work under pressure and manage uncertainty

Locations

Madrid, Spain

Worker Type

Employee

Worker Sub-Type

Regular

Time Type

Full time

Job ID R0006894

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