Clinical Supply Specialist (REMOTE in Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Mexico or Peru)

Multiple Locations: Brazil • Peru • Colombia • Mexico • Chile

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Requisition Number: 5775

Position Title: Clinical Supply Specialist

External Description:

This is a home-based position that can be filled in Brazil, Chile, Colombia Mexico, Peru. Only local candidates will be considered. All CVs must be in English.

This is a home-based position that can be filled in Brazil, Chile, Colombia Mexico, Peru. Only local candidates will be considered.

Who we are

We’re a global, midsize CRO that pushes boundaries, innovates, and invents because the path to a cure for the world’s most persistent diseases is not paved by those who play it safe. It is built by those who take pioneering, creative approaches and implement them with quality and excellence.

What Clinical Supply Management does at Worldwide

The Clinical Supply Specialist is responsible for planning, implementing, monitoring, and improving company supply strategy including collaboration with Project Management, Vendor Management, DLS Leadership, Finance, and vendors.

This role is crucial to the timely execution of clinical trials. In this role, you will help drive breakthrough scientific research and play a lead role in every clinical trial. All CROs will promise you growth, opportunity, and maybe even a challenge. But we offer more than that. We offer an uncommon experience – one you can’t get anywhere else, with a team unlike anyone else.

At Worldwide we balance fun with the serious business of changing lives. We have a values-driven culture that is built from the ground up. We empower our team members to treat every trial like a patient’s life depends on it – because it does. Our leaders are in the trenches with you daily - committed to advancing science and moving mountains for our customers.

What you will do

Improve the overall supply chain performance and look for any possible innovations to the process

Collaborate with Project Management, Vendor Management, and DLS Leadership to effectively Plan and implement study logistical strategy, ensuring targets are met

Keep an accurate record of the process and analyzing performance

Develop and maintain detailed inventories of materials and supplies located in the company, at sites, and in the factory.

Manage and minimize the risks (for example operational or reputational) that could affect or interrupt the supply chain

Monitor the performance of suppliers, assessing their ability to meet quality and delivery requirements; identifies and qualifies new suppliers in collaboration with other departments.

Work with finance, sales, and vendor management to determine the best vendors and distributors

Develop and maintain good relationships with vendors and distributors.

Use computer software to track goods from origin to delivery

Develops procedures to increase efficiency throughout the supply chain while ensuring quality and safety; implement subsequent changes to processes.

Improve the overall supply chain performance and look for any possible innovations to the process

Collaborate with DLS Leadership to define and implement key supply chain KPIs at study and functional levels

Identify process bottlenecks and implement solutions in a timely manner

Train and evaluate others

What you will bring to the role

Sense of ownership and pride in your performance and its impact on the company’s success

Critical thinking and problem-solving skills

Excellent interpersonal, oral, and written communication skills in English

Good time-management skills.

Your experience

Supply Chain professional (minimum 2 years of relevant planning experience in clinical supply – could be packaging, distribution or IRT functions)

Previous experience in regulated environment, GMP, labeling, packaging, and batch record is preferred

Operational experience with IRT systems is preferred

Good Microsoft Office skills (word, excel, PowerPoint, etc.)

Analytical problem-solving skills and an eye for detail

Ability to create an effective working relationship with internal and external stakeholders

High level of personal initiative, ability to function autonomously and in a structured manner

Health-related education preferred

Fluent in English.

Why Worldwide

At Worldwide, we balance fun with the serious business of changing lives. We have a values-driven culture that is built from the ground up. We empower our team members to treat every clinical trial like a patient’s life depends on it – because it does. Our leaders are in the trenches with you - committed to advancing science and moving mountains for our customers.

 

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Community / Marketing Title: Clinical Supply Specialist (REMOTE in Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Mexico or Peru)

Company Profile:

We’re a global, mid-size CRO that pushes boundaries, innovates and invents — because the path to a cure for the world’s most persist diseases is not paved by those who play it safe, but by those who take pioneering, creative approaches, and implement them with quality and excellence. We are experts, bright thinkers, dreamers and doers and, together, we are changing the way the world experiences CROs, in the best possible way.

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